LI Student Travel Awards 2020 (International) Application Form
The LI Student Travel Award (International) is given to students studying on a Landscape Institute (LI) accredited course, to develop their knowledge of a specific landscape topic in an area of the world of their choosing.
Successful students are awarded up to £750 for a single trip, to take place by 31st Dec 2020. Travel should be extracurricular but can be in the form of a study-specific trip, or extension of existing travel arrangements for the purpose of study.
The theme for this year's award is the Future of Landscape. Students are asked to come up with an original, well researched and achievable proposal for a study trip that outlines learning objectives relevant to this topic.
Please note that extra marks will be awarded this year to applicants who have showcased a commitment to sustainable travel.
NOTE: Please read the questions carefully. You will not be able to edit your responses after submission. Please see overview below before you proceed.
Q1: What is the working title of your study? (approx. 10 words)
Q2: What is the focus of your proposed study trip and why have you chosen it? (approx. 500 words)
Q3: How does your chosen focus link to the theme of the Future of Landscape? (approx. 200 words)
Q4: How can your trip shed new light on this topic and benefit the future direction of travel for the landscape profession? (approx. 200 words)
Q5: What research (field or academic) have you undertaken already on your chosen topic? (approx. 100 words)
Q6: What outcomes are you hoping to achieve through conducting this research in your chosen country? (approx. 200 words)
Q7: What is your proposed travel programme? Please provide (approximate) key dates, where you will travel, what you will be studying at each point and any other relevant information (approx. 200 words)
Q8: Judges will award additional marks to candidates that showcase a consideration of sustainable travel and commitment to lessening the environmental impact of their trip. How will you use this bursary to make ‘conscious’ choices while travelling abroad? (approx. 100 words)
Q9: What are the estimated costs of your trip? Please set out detailed costs for travel, accommodation, and any other significant costs (excluding food and drink) and provide an overall total (in approx. 200 words)
Entries must be submitted and received by midnight on Sunday 22nd March 2020. Winners will be announced on Monday 30th March 2020. All proposed travel must be complete by 31st Dec 2020.
For full terms and conditions, please see the downloadable document on the LI website.
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