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Early Career Academic Grants for conference participation - apply by 2 April

last modified Feb 06, 2017 11:50 AM
Applications are now open for grants from the Association of Commonwealth Universities to enable participation in academic conferences in another country.

Grants are awarded to academic staff working at ACU member universities, to enable participation in an academic conference in another Commonwealth country.

Applications are open to early career academics who have not previously had the opportunity to travel outside their home region for work purposes.

The grants aim to facilitate international mobility and career development by opening up opportunities for early career academics from ACU member universities.

In 2017, a minimum of 30 grants are on offer, with a maximum amount of £2000 available for each recipient.

Applications close on Sunday 2 April 2017.

Further information, along with the application form, can be found on the ACU website.

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