Further information about TRAC bursaries for speakers

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Generous contributions from the Roman Society and Barbican Research Associates allow us to offer a limited number of bursaries for TRAC 2014. Bursaries are open to speakers in TRAC sessions (not RAC sessions) who are currently post-graduate students, studying at institutions in the UK and abroad. The maximum amount awarded will not normally exceed £75. To apply for a bursary please send an application via email to trac2014@reading.ac.uk by 28th February 2014, including the following information:

– Full name

– Postal address

– Email address

– Educational establishment affiliation and course

– Title of your TRAC paper and session in which it will be presented

– A short (max. 500-word) statement explaining your need for a bursary, and how receiving a bursary would make a difference to you

The closing date for applications is Friday 28th February 2014.

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