Guidelines for visitors

The Department of Political and Social Change welcomes Visitors researching topics relevant to our work and/or collaborating with other Department members. If you are interested in being considered for a visiting appointment, please send a CV and application letter to the Head of Department .

Please familiarise yourself with the ANU’s academic conferral policies and procedure.

We request acknowledgement and recognition in any scholarly publications resulting from work done by Visitors during their affiliation. Visitors are kindly requested to inform the Department Administrator or Head of publication details.

The following is important information regarding insurance and ANU policies and conditions that apply to Visitors of the University.

During periods of status with the University, Visitors are covered under our volunteer insurance policies, which include cover for: personal accident; public liability; professional indemnity; and employment practices. Visitors may wish to establish whether they are covered by their home institution for workers compensation and/or investigate supplementary private insurance. International Visitors are not covered for travel or health insurance and are encouraged to seek private insurance arrangements prior to their visit at the University. Some countries do have reciprocal health care agreements with Australia, which provide some limited coverage, generally for emergency situations. To establish eligibility for these arrangements and the level of cover provided, please visit the Medicare Australia’s website:…

Policies and Conditions
For the duration of association with the University, Visitors are subject to the University’s policies, which may be viewed on the University’s website. Please note the Code of Conduct, Conflict of Interest, Intellectual Property and Academic Titles Conferral policies. As part of a Visitor and Honorary Appointment (VaHa) arrangement, the University may require Visitors to enter into an agreement regarding intellectual property created which is related to your association with the University.

Visitors must acknowledge their status with the University in any public statements and not imply any representation of views as being those of the University. Visitors will not have authority to speak on behalf of or represent the University unless agreed beforehand with the College Head in host areas.

University website,

Code of Conduct,

Conflict of Interest,

Intellectual Property,

Academic Titles Conferral policies,

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