School 2011 Bursaries
The Bursary Fund has now been fully allocated.
education and learning in built and historic environment conservation, the IHBC
is delighted to be able to offer up to £2000 of funding for bursaries to assist
members in attending the Institute’s 2011 Annual School .
awards will be based on need and circumstances, but applications are open to
members of all categories: Full; Affiliate & Associate.
to provide up to 10 bursaries of up to £200 each to IHBC Members attending the
Institute’s 2011 Annual School. Each
case will be judged on its own merits, and assessed in line with the criteria
identified below. Applicants are
encouraged to submit their bursary application by 31 March, and we will
endeavour to reply as soon as possible after that, though clearly the precise
timing will depend on the number of applications.
that individual bursary allocations may be more or less than £200, as we will
endeavour to get best value to the entire allocation, and submissions will be
judged on a case by case basis. All
applications will be kept confidential.
guarantee to be in a position to consider applications that are received after
booking a place at the School using our online booking system, any bursary
application or awards should be noted in the relevant ‘special notes’ field of
the form. Awards will be deducted
from the final charge attached to the delegate place. No money will be paid to successful
applicants and the decision of the IHBC is final.
applicants may be asked to contribute to the event and its promotion, depending
on circumstances. Specific
allocations will not be publicised without the express agreement of the
email the following details in support of your case to firstname.lastname@example.org:
details (including IHBC number, alternative email addresses, etc)
personal and professional benefits attached to your attendance, including links
to your career plans in line with your CPD
funding that will or may be available (both personal and employer funding is
welcome; it does not have to be confirmed, but clearly you can add value to
bursaries by generating matched funding)
attendance can add value to the event
If you are
willing to have your award publicised