RLUK is offering up to five bursary places for the #RLUK20 Conference, aimed at early career professionals, those in roles below associate director level, or those who would otherwise not normally attend the event. At least two of the five bursary places will be allocated for BAME (Black, Asian and minority ethnic) candidates. Full details on RLUK20 bursaries can be found on the RLUK Conference website.

The RLUK Conference is an annual event that brings together colleagues with a professional interest in the issues affecting research libraries and the research sector, and is open to all. #RLUK20 will seek to understand how the transformation of the research library, and its transformational power, can change the culture of research, and correspondingly shift our thinking, values, services and offer.

RLUK20 bursaries are open to applications from all colleagues from organisations in the UK, Ireland or overseas. Bursaries are NOT restricted to colleagues working in RLUK member institutions.

The success or otherwise of submissions to the #RLUK20 call for papers, will not affect bursary applications, for those that apply to both. The call for papers for the conference will be open until Monday 25 November 2019.