Places at the Summer School and bursaries will be awarded on a competitive basis.
The application requirements are as follows:
1. Short CV – highlighting any expertise in the area and publications.
2. Personal statement (200 words maximum) including:
3. A letter of support from your organisation (e.g. Head of Department or supervisor) supporting your application, including a statement whether your attendance is conditional on you also being awarded a bursary, and a commitment that your organisation will cover the remaining (or all) costs in attending the Summer School.
The first round of successful applicants will be
notified on: 31st
In assessing the applications the following criteria will be applied in order of priority:
There will be a maximum of 100 places available in the Summer School. It is expected that places (and bursaries) will be awarded based on the geographical location of the applicants’ organisations, broken down as follows:
An additional 3 £500 bursaries have been supplied by the Worldwide Universities Network (WUN) for applicants from WUN universities.
Update: Applicants from UK Institutions that are not members of WUN who apply after 20th August are now unlikely to receive a bursary.
The Organisers reserve the right to adjust the breakdown of awards in the light of the applications received.