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Applications are now invited for funding from the School of Mathematics Undergraduate Travel Prize fund.
Funding is available to support vacation activities which will:
It is expected that funds will mainly be used towards travel but some accommodation and subsistence costs may also be funded. The maximum limit for funding is £1000.
Here are some possible opportunities for which you may be able to apply for the funding:
Funding is not available for summer research projects which are undertaken within the School as these are covered by the School Vacation Scholarship programme.
Students in the non-final year of a degree programme owned by the School of Mathematics are eligible. Students on degree programmes owned by other Schools may be eligible for other funding, such as the University Innovation Initiative Grant scheme (IIG). (IIG applications are open 16 Feb - 30 March 2017.)
Complete the application form, and submit electronically to Nicole Luu (Nicole.Luu@ed.ac.uk) by Friday 7th April 2017 (5pm). Late applications will not be considered.
Applications will be considered by an appropriate panel and decisions made within 4 weeks of the closing date. A condition of funding is that successful candidates provide a brief summary report on the activity undertaken and how this has been helpful to them. We will take account of the following:
We will look favourably on those applications for which other funding has been applied for and/or secured. For example we strongly recommend that you also apply to the University Innovation Initiative Grant scheme (IIG) for funding. (IIG applications are open 16 Feb - 30 March 2017.)
Last year over 50% of applications were funded.