Skip to main content Skip to navigation

Graduate Bursaries

Two types of bursaries are available for graduate students wishing to attend the conference. Details are listed below. Applications for bursaries should be sent to the conference organiser: b.xinyue(AT)warwick.ac.uk

Classical Associate Grant for Graduate Students

The Classical Association (UK) has offered £500 to support student participation at the conference 'Temporalities, Ideologies, Poetics: Ancient and Early Modern Perspectives'. The scheme is open to both Masters students and doctoral students currently enrolled in universities in the UK and the European Union. The bursary may be used to subvent the cost of conference registration, travel, and / or accommodation.

To be considered for the bursary, the applicant should provide the following documents to the conference organiser:

  • a CV
  • a short statement indicating: (a) the amount of funding required; (b) how this conference is relevant to the applicant’s current research; (c) details of any other sources of subvention available, applied for, or secured.

 

The deadline for applying for Graduate Bursaries is 11 August 2019. Successful applicants will be notified by email within three working days.

 

Please note that subvention will be disbursed retrospectively, upon presentation of copies of original receipts. It is the responsibility of the applicant to submit evidence of expenditure to the conference organiser.

  

Society for Renaissance Studies Graduate Bursaries

The Society for Renaissance Studies has offered to provide up to four Graduate Bursaries of £150 each to support student participation at the conference 'Temporalities, Ideologies, Poetics: Ancient and Early Modern Perspectives'. The scheme is open to both Masters students and doctoral students currently enrolled in universities in the UK and the European Union. The bursary may be used to subvent the cost of conference registration, travel, and / or accommodation. Unless the applicant can make a strong case for a greater amount, the individual bursary is capped at £150.

 

To be considered for the bursary, the applicant should provide the following documents to the conference organiser:

  • a statement of not more than 400 words describing their research interest and how this conference is relevant to them;
  • details of any other sources of subvention available, applied for, or secured.

 

The extended deadline for applying for Graduate Bursaries is 11 August 2019. Successful applicants will be notified by email within three working days.

 

Please note that subvention will be disbursed retrospectively, upon presentation of copies of original receipts. It is the responsibility of the applicant to submit evidence of expenditure to the conference organiser. The Society for Renaissance Studies will only issue fund to the hosting institution / the institution where the conference organiser is based, not to the applicant directly.

 

Updated on 26 July 2019.