Professor B G Maegraith and Professor G MacDonald: 1947 tour to Portugal, lecturing on tropical medicine.
Dr Douglas MacEwan: planned 1946/1947 tour to Portugal and Spain, lecturing on soil science.
Lionel McColvin: 1946-1947 tour to Egypt, Palestine, Iran, Iraq, Australia and New Zealand, lecturing and advising on library services.
Sir Archibald McIndoe: 1947 tour to the Netherlands, lecturing on plastic surgery.
Dr F C MacIntosh: 1948 tour to Hungary, undertaking medical research.
Flight Lieutenant A G MacIntyre: 1946 tour to Finland and Sweden, lecturing on New Zealand.
Sir Eric Maclagan: 1946 tour to Czechoslovakia and Poland; 1947 tour to France; 1948 tours to Canada and Sweden, lecturing on Sir Christopher Wren, British sculpture, W B Yeats, museums and on the Bayeux Tapestry.
Professor T H Marshall: 1948 tour to Norway, lecturing on sociology.
R H Matthew: 1947 tour to Austria, lecturing on town planning.
Lord Methuen: 1946 tour to France lecturing on English country houses.
Nugent Monck: 1947 tour to Austria, lecturing on Shakespeare and Elizabethan drama, and on contemporary British dramataists.
Elizabeth Monroe: 1946 and 1947 tours to France, lecturing on changes in English social life.
Professor L J Mordell: 1947 tour to Belgium and 1948 tours to Hungary and Sweden, lecturing on mathematics.
Professor J H C Whitehead: 1947 tour to Belgium, lecturing on mathematics.
Charles Morgan: 1948 tour to France, lecturing on literature, the artist in the community, the human experiment and on his own works.
Brigadier-General J H Morgan: 1947 tour to Greece, lecturing on British constitutional law.
B J Morse: 1946 tour to Austria, lecturing on T S Eliot and on modern English literature and poetry.
Raymond Mortimer: 1946 tour to Italy, lecturing on the Italian influence on English culture and on modern English literature.
R H Mottram: 1947 tour to the Netherlands, lecturing on John Galsworthy and on the English novel.
Professor William W Mushin: 1947 tour to Argentina and Uruguay, lecturing on anaesthesia.
John Newsom: 1946 and 1947 tours to France, lecturing on the English educational system.
Eric Newton: 1976 tour to the Netherlands, lecturing on British painting and on the principles of art criticism.
Harold Nicholson: 1948 tour to France and Belgium, lecturing on the changing face of England and on the British Commonwealth and Empire.
Professor W C W Nixon: 1947 tour to Hungary, lecturing on ante- and post-natal care.
Dr N E Odell: 1946 tour to Denmark, Norway and Sweden lecturing on geology and exploration; 1947 tour to Switzerland, lecturing on Himalayan expoloration and the Mount Everest expeditions of 1924 and 1938.
Professor Marcus L E Oliphant: 1947 tour to Norway, lecturing on atomic energy.
Dr Geoffrey S W Organe: 1947 tour to Italy, lecturing on anaesthesia.
H L Bryant Peers: 1947 tour to Sweden and1948 tour to Finland, lecturing on British films, the British press and English university cities;
Reece Pemberton: planned 1948 tour to Hungary.
Professor R A Peters: 1946 tours to France and Belgium, lecturing on biochemistry.
Sir Charles Petrie: planned 1947 tour to Spain.
William Pickles: 1946 tour to France lecturing on Britain's post-war problems.
Professor Robert Platt: planned 1947 tour to Hungary.
Arthur E Porritt: 1948 tour to Hungary, lecturing on penicillin, gastrectomy and the treatment of hernias.
Dilys Powell: 1945 tour to Greece, lecturing on British cinema, the British way of life and Greece and England.
V S Pritchett: 1946 tour to Switzerland, lecturing on English short stories and the future of the novel; planned 1947 tour to Poland.
Alan Pryce-Jones: 1948 tour to France, lecturing on English literature.
Squadron Leader John Pudney: 1945 tour to Sweden and Denmark, lecturing on air and travel poetry and writing.
Peter Quennell: 1946 tour to France, lecturing on 18th century literary correspondence between England and France, French writers in England and Englishe travellers.