• Announcing the 2020 Churchill Fellowship Recipients

    One hundred and twelve positive and determined Australians are now the proud recipients of the prestigious Churchill Fellowship. This award offers them a life-changing opportunity to meet and work with leaders of influence around the world to gain and exchange knowledge as well as experience for the betterment of themselves, their industry, their community and Australia.

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  • Applications Closed

    Due to the impact of COVID-19 on international travel, we will not be offering a Churchill Fellowship application round in 2021.

Learn globally, inspire locally

Learn globally, inspire locally

A Churchill Fellowship offers everyday Australian citizens a life-changing opportunity to travel overseas for four to eight weeks to explore a topic or issue that they are passionate about. As an internationally recognised award, recipients gain access to expertise from around the world.

Churchill Fellows are making a difference every day in all aspects of Australian life, across an incredibly broad and diverse range of issues such as agriculture, health, arts and music, building and architecture, business, sport, science, environment and more.

Due to the impact of COVID-19 on international travel, we will not be offering a Churchill Fellowship application round in 2021.

 

Travel to investigate, return to innovate

Our Fellows are totally diverse and invariably innovative. Their projects are the result of extra endeavor and absolute passion.

The Churchill Trust can support any worthwhile pursuit with no preconceptions as to what form it can take. This is evidenced clearly by the extraordinary variety of fields in which Churchill Fellows are involved.

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Churchill Fellows Associations

Engage with your local Churchill Fellows Association where you can be part of ongoing state/territory based Fellowship activities.

Australia Queensland Tasmania Western Australia Northern Territory South Australia New South Wales Victoria Australian Capital Territory
  • The Churchill Fellows Association of the Australian Capital Territory hosts various functions and activities throughout the year including dinner events where new Fellows are introduced and returning Fellows are awarded their medallions. Your local Association supports the National Roadshow of Information Sessions co-ordinated by the Winston Churchill Trust annually and they also independently organise their own events or participate in local festivals and conferences where relevant to promote the Fellowship opportunity. Visit CFA ACT

  • The Churchill Fellows Association of New South Wales hosts various functions and activities throughout the year including dinner events where new Fellows are introduced and returning Fellows are awarded their medallions. Your local Association supports the National Roadshow of Information Sessions co-ordinated by the Winston Churchill Trust annually and they also independently organise their own events or participate in local festivals and conferences where relevant to promote the Fellowship opportunity. Visit CFA NSW

  • The Churchill Fellows Association of the Northern Territory hosts various functions and activities throughout the year including dinner events where new Fellows are introduced and returning Fellows are awarded their medallions. Your local Association supports the National Roadshow of Information Sessions co-ordinated by the Winston Churchill Trust annually and they also independently organise their own events or participate in local festivals and conferences where relevant to promote the Fellowship opportunity. Visit CFA NT

  • The Churchill Fellows Association of South Australia hosts various functions and activities throughout the year including dinner events where new Fellows are introduced and returning Fellows are awarded their medallions. Your local Association supports the National Roadshow of Information Sessions co-ordinated by the Winston Churchill Trust annually and they also independently organise their own events or participate in local festivals and conferences where relevant to promote the Fellowship opportunity. Visit CFA SA

  • The Churchill Fellows Association of Western Australia hosts various functions and activities throughout the year including dinner events where new Fellows are introduced and returning Fellows are awarded their medallions. Your local Association supports the National Roadshow of Information Sessions co-ordinated by the Winston Churchill Trust annually and they also independently organise their own events or participate in local festivals and conferences where relevant to promote the Fellowship opportunity. Visit CFA WA

  • The Churchill Fellows Association of Queensland hosts various functions and activities throughout the year including dinner events where new Fellows are introduced and returning Fellows are awarded their medallions. Your local Association supports the National Roadshow of Information Sessions co-ordinated by the Winston Churchill Trust annually and they also independently organise their own events or participate in local festivals and conferences where relevant to promote the Fellowship opportunity. Visit CFA QLD

  • The Churchill Fellows Association of Victoria hosts various functions and activities throughout the year including dinner events where new Fellows are introduced and returning Fellows are awarded their medallions. Your local Association supports the National Roadshow of Information Sessions co-ordinated by the Winston Churchill Trust annually and they also independently organise their own events or participate in local festivals and conferences where relevant to promote the Fellowship opportunity. Visit CFA VIC

  • The Churchill Fellows Association of Tasmania hosts various functions and activities throughout the year including dinner events where new Fellows are introduced and returning Fellows are awarded their medallions. Your local Association supports the National Roadshow of Information Sessions co-ordinated by the Winston Churchill Trust annually and they also independently organise their own events or participate in local festivals and conferences where relevant to promote the Fellowship opportunity. Visit CFA TAS