GEA 2019 Conference Bursary Application
Ten registration bursaries are available. GEA will also be granting two partial travel bursaries to support travel costs. To be considered for a bursary, please complete this online form by 1st April.
Successful bursary recipients will be asked to write a brief blog post for GEA.
Your First Name
Optional: GEA Membership Number
You do not need to be a GEA member yet to apply for a bursary. However, all conference attendees must join GEA or renew their GEA membership
If you are awarded a bursary, you will need to provide your GEA membership number before the bursary can be disbursed.
Optional: Twitter handle
We ask this question as GEA offers reduced rates for those from qualifying countries:
Your Affiliation (University/School/Organisation)
(If you are not currently affiliated with a university/school/organisation, please write N/A)
Are you currently in paid employment?
Do you have access to funding support for travel/conferences?
For example, do you have access to funding for travel/conferences from your employer/school/university/organisation or through a research grant (including PhD funding)
Students: Please indicate which degree you are pursuing
Please indicate what degree you are pursuing, your year of study, and the title of your research project/thesis/dissertation if applicable (skip this question if you are not a student)
Staff: Please indicate your position/title at your affiliated University/School/Organisation
(skip this question if you are not a staff member)
For which bursaries do you wish to be considered:
Please select all that apply
Full registration bursary (covering the full cost of conference registration)
Half registration bursary (covering half the cost of conference registration)
Partial/Day rate registration bursary (covering one individual day rate registration for the conference)
Partial travel bursary (two applicants will be selected by GEA to receive up to a maximum of £350 for travel related costs)
Explain how the conference relates to your research/teaching/work/activism (up to 400 words)
Clearly state how attending the GEA Conference will benefit your development (up to 400 words)
This could include, as examples, your professional, academic, or activist development.
A copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided.
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