The EAJS has received funds from the Toshiba International Foundation to support delegate attendance.
Call for Funding is now closed
The rules and criteria for application are straightforward:
- ALL applications must be submitted via the online form.
- Applicants should not seek 'double-funding' (i.e. if you already have full funding from another source, you are ineligible). Our aim is to support those who only have partial funding from another source or have no funding at all.
- Funding is meant for full or partial coverage of the registration fee.
- Only those earning €1200 or less net income (= after deduction of taxes and social security contributions) per month may apply.
- In the selection of those to be funded, delegates who are early career scholars (PhD candidates, postdocs, or assistant professors) and who convene a workshop or give a lecture are strongly preferred. Demonstration of other partial sources of funds by the applicant will be viewed in a positive light.
- Please keep your 'other information' concise. Details about your paper, how important this conference is to your career, etc. are not helpful. Keep to facts regarding alternate sources of funding, how much funding would be helpful to you etc.
- If you make a mistake, please do not resubmit, but email eajs(at)nomadit.co.uk
- Extended deadline: 14 June 2021
Conditions of funding
- The grant will be allocated as a registration fee waiver in our system.
- Give that the conference is going to be virtual, all funding will be given out as full or partial fee waivers.
- All grant recipients will be required to provide a short report summarising their experience of the conference.
All applicants have been notified of the results.
The awarded grants will be allocated as a full or partial registration fee waiver in our system. Grants may only be used for the applicant’s own registration. These are the conditions accepted in applying for the funds.
All recipients of a grant will be required to provide a short report summarizing their experience in attending the conference.
With the continued economic downturn and deterioration in institutional funding, we envisage competition will be huge: we are likely to receive 2-4 times the number of applications we can assist. Applications have a greater chance of success if you apply only for partial funding, as we would like to help as many delegates as possible.