There are three bursaries available to attend BERA’s 2014 conference:
BERA awards 20 bursaries each year to UK students and occasionally overseas students, to attend the Conference. BERA is keen to give financial help to students, registered for Higher Degrees by Research in an educational field, who would not otherwise be able to attend the conference. Only full time students are eligible to apply and preference is given to students who present at the Conference.
BERA awards 20 bursaries each year to cover supply costs to release teachers to attend the Conference. All teachers from the UK are eligible to apply but preference is given to those presenting a paper.
BERA is delighted to announce that as part of its ongoing commitment to supporting researchers internationally, it is continuing to offer bursaries at the BERA Conference 2014. Bursaries are available to individuals made up from the 84 countries classified as low income or lower-middle income as specified by the World Bank.