Australia-India Council (AIC)

Gateway House Fellowship

The Australia-India Council in partnership with Gateway House: Indian Council on Global Relations is looking for an Australian Fellow to undertake a fellowship in India to enhance the understanding of strategic issues important to India and Australia bilaterally, regionally as well globally.

Gateway House is a not-for-profit, non-partisan, independent, membership-based, foreign policy think-tank established in 2009 in Mumbai, to engage the nation's leading corporations and individuals in debate and scholarship on India's foreign policy and its role in global affairs.


The fellowships can only be granted to Australian citizens with a PhD or equivalent expertise in the field. Applicants will need to demonstrate a strong research and writing background and be able to work independently as well as collaboratively. Applicants will need to address one of the following fields of research:


Fellowships need to be concluded by 30 June 2013.

Selection Criteria

The applicant will be selected on the basis of:


Expressions of Interest (EOIs) must be submitted by midnight Monday 9 July 2012 (Australian Eastern Standard Time). No extensions to this deadline will be granted. A shortlist of EOIs will be created by the Australia-India Council in consultation with posts in India and policy areas within the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.

Online Expression of Interest Form


For information about the expression of interest or fellowships contact Hari Seshasayee

Gateway House,
Cecil Court, 3rd Floor, Near Regal Cinema,
Colaba, Mumbai, India
Tel + 91 22 2202 3371