There are two types of bursary available for students and young scholars. In both cases their purpose is to assist with the costs of attending and participating in the conference.
Ten bursaries are provided by the Alliance of Digital Humanities Organisations (ADHO). The applicants may be students or young scholars, from any country, who will be presenting a paper or poster at the Conference.
The European Science Foundation (ESF) is supporting four Early Career Researchers from European countries to attend and participate in the Conference.
A third type of bursary has been introduced by the local organisers of the conference. These are Student Assistant bursaries, which are available to graduate students who are interested and willing to spend some of their time each day at the conference helping to run it. The deadline for applications is Friday 21 May.
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Last updated: 12/05/2010 at 12:34