We understand that as students it can be difficult to find the necessary funds to attend events, such as our conference taking place this coming February. However, we are determined to give students from all backgrounds the opportunity to learn more about the world and develop their employability skills.
That is why we have launched our very own bursary scheme; to provide financial support to motivated students who are having trouble with funding their #WarCon18 experience. We are able to give a limited number of bursaries of up to £200 each, which will cover the cost of their conference ticket, travel expenses and will include free accommodation.
We are able to provide a limited number of bursaries of up to £200 each to cover the costs of your #WarCon18 experience.
How does the application process work?
You will need to:
- Submit your Curriculum Vitae (CV)
- Answer the following question in around 200 words: How did you hear about Warwick Congress and why do you want to attend the conference?
- Provide a reference from your university to confirm that you need our support to be able to attend the conference.
Click here to apply now! Please note you need to buy your ticket for the conference first before we can consider your application. If you are successful, we will refund you the cost of your ticket, as well as fund your travel and accommodation during the conference weekend too!
What happens next?
Once you’ve submitted your application, we’ll endeavour to respond as quickly as possible! In the meantime, make sure you become a member of Warwick Congress to stay up to date with everything we do!
Should you have any questions regarding the Bursary Scheme, please get in touch with the External Marketing team at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com and we will be glad to help you.
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