Scholarships

The Australian National University is committed to minimising the costs of attending Asia Pacific Week 2016. As such, the committee is proud to announce that there is no conference fee for delegates.

Please note that unfortunately the ANU no longer provides scholarships or travel grants for Asia Pacific Week. The best course of action is to contact your university to see if you can apply for a grant from them.

Delegates from IARU partnership universities may also be eligible to receive travel scholarships to aid in covering flight costs (or other travel expenses). Asia Pacific Week 2016 has confirmed that students who attend the following universities are eligible for the specified scholarships.

UNIVERSITY

SCHOLARSHIP AMOUNT

National University of Singapore

Delegates are eligible to receive up to $1500 to cover flight costs.

Indiana University

Delegates are eligible to receive up to the full costs of airfare and incidental travel costs such as visas.

ETH Zurich

Delegates are eligible to receive up to $1500 to cover flight costs.

Peking University

Delegates are eligible to receive up to $1500 to cover flight costs.

University of Copenhagen

Delegates are eligible to receive up to $1500 to cover flight costs.

University of Oxford

Delegates are eligible to receive up to $1500 to cover flight costs.

University of Tokyo

Delegates are eligible to receive up to $1500 to cover flight costs.

Yale University

Delegates are eligible to receive up to $1500 to cover flight costs.

 

Eligible delegates will be automatically considered for a scholarship for Asia Pacific Week 2016 through the submission of an application form for the conference. Scholarships will be awarded on the basis of merit.

For further inquiries about scholarships for Asia Pacific Week, please email asiapacificweek@anu.edu.au.

Updated:  4 February, 2013/Responsible Officer:  Dean, ANU College of Asia & the Pacific/Page Contact:  CAP Web Team