RLUK is pleased to offer up to 30 bursary places for the #RLUK21 Conference, aimed at early career professionals, those in roles below associate director level, or those who would otherwise not normally attend the event. A number of bursary places will be allocated for BAME (Black, Asian and minority ethnic) candidates.
We welcome applications from all colleagues with a professional interest in the research sector, from the UK, Ireland or internationally. RLUK21 bursaries are NOT restricted to colleagues working in RLUK member institutions.
RLUK21 bursary applications should be submitted via this form by close of business on Friday 5 February. We will publish the final RLUK21 programme in early January.
Bursary awards will cover the RLUK conference fee only. Any other incidental expenses will need to be borne by the recipient.
RLUK bursary recipients will be expected to attend all days of the conference, and within one month of the end of the event will be required to produce a summary of their experience, which may be published on the RLUK website(s) or in other promotional literature.
RLUK21 bursaries will be awarded at the discretion of RLUK, and we will not be able to provide feedback to unsuccessful applicants. RLUK reserves the right to amend or withdraw any bursary award without prior notification.