CAA Bursary Scheme

The CAA Bursary Scheme is intended to provide financial assistance to students, early career researchers and low income professionals or those from less affluent regions. Bursaries are intended to encourage participation in the annual CAA conference and help sustain the expansion of the CAA community.

45 bursaries, ranging between €100 (c. $135) and €600 (c. $750), were awarded for CAA2014 in Paris.

Preference is given to applicants who are active contributors to the CAA community, typically by presenting a paper/poster or by chairing a session. Applications are also welcome from new members of the CAA community who wish to attend CAA for the first time in order to advance their future academic research or career prospects.

It is expected that applicants for bursaries will have sought additional funding from other sources.

Applicants should explain why they are requesting a bursary and clearly state other sources of funding for which they have applied. They should also provide a current CV and proof of their student/employment status .

All application materials should be submitted in English.

Key dates for applications to the CAA Bursary Scheme are outlined below:

Applicants will be notified of the amount they have been awarded by email.

The full CAA Bursary Policy document can be downloaded here.
All questions about bursaries should be sent to:

Students from the University of Siena are not eligible to apply for a CAA Bursary. Financial support for students from the University of Siena is available in the form of a reduced conference registration fee.

* Students should supply a copy of their student card or a letter confirming the course that they are studying for from their head of department on official letterhead; other applicants should supply a letter stating their job title and salary from their employer on an official letterhead. All information will remain confidential.

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