Win a scholarship to present at the British Undergraduate Research Confrence 2019

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A University-wide competition offering scholarships to attend 2019 British Conference of Undergraduate Research (BCUR) events is now open.

The scholarship will offer travel and conference costs for up to 12 students to present their own research at the BCUR, taking place at the University of South Wales in Cardiff on 15 and 16 April 2019. This is open to all current undergraduate students. Postgraduate students can also apply to present undergraduate research as long as it was completed  no more than a year ago.

Scholarships are also available for the prestigious ‘Posters in Parliament’ aspect of the BCUR which will take place on the 7 March 2019. The deadline for sending your 250 word abstract is 19 November 2018, and scholarship winners will be notified at the end of Semester 1.  

More information can be found at https://blogs.ncl.ac.uk/ltdev/2018/10/16/undergraduate-research-present-at-bcur-get-newcastle-to-pay-for-it-cv-points/ or  contact thebcur@newcastle.ac.uk

 

 

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