The British Science Festival – Student Bursary SchemeWednesday 14 March, 2012
The British Science Festival is just around the corner and with it comes the opportunity for institutions to help out a few lucky students to attend via the Student Bursary Scheme.
The British Science Festival is the largest annual public science event in Europe presenting the latest in science, technology and engineering through 250 events, activities and exhibitions across the week. The festival is unique as it moves around the country and has taken place in Liverpool, Guildford, Birmingham and Bradford.
This year the Festival is being held in Aberdeen from 4th -9th September, hosted by the University of Aberdeen, with events taking place on campus and throughout the city. The theme for the 2012 Festival is ‘Energising minds’ with all of the events tailored for the public’s enjoyment. Debates, exhibitions and social events will all form an important part of the experience.
About the package:
Each bursary costs £350 and the package includes:
•Accommodation for 7 nights (Monday 3rd – Sunday 9th September 2012)
•Breakfast each morning
•Daily vouchers for lunch Tuesday - Sunday and dinner Monday – Sunday
•The opportunity to attend some of the headline events as VIP audience and free tickets to some pay for events
Each institution or company can purchase either one or a number of the bursary packages. You can do this by completing a student bursary order form. To guarantee a place, order forms must reach the British Science Association by 6 July 2012.
For more information about the Festival please visit www.britishsciencefestival.org.
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