RLUK is pleased to be offering up to 30 bursary places for the #RLUK21 Conference. The bursaries are 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 the RLUK Conference website by close of business on Friday 5 February. The final RLUK21 programme and registration will be launched in early January.