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BAAL Scholarships

BAAL Scholarship Offers

BAAL is offering the following scholarship opportunities, links to further information and the scholarship application forms are below.

Chris Brumfit Scholarship

BAAL is offering one Chris Brumfit student/early career scholarship which is usually targeted at delegates from outside Britain who would not otherwise have funds to do so to attend the BAAL Annual Meeting (Early career researchers defined as being within 2 years of PhD completion) who have had a paper or poster accepted for the 2021 Annual Meeting and who would otherwise be unable to attend. 
Further information and application form.

Student/ECR Scholarship

BAAL is offering an award to up to four postgraduate students/early career researchers (the latter defined as being within 2 years of PhD completion) who have had a paper or poster accepted for the 2021 Annual Meeting and who would otherwise be unable to attend.
Further information and application form.

For any queries about BAAL or the scholarships please email baal2020.northumbria@gmail.com


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