Young Engineers Bursary Programme
Applications are invited for a new bursary scheme to support the attendance of young engineers to the DFI and EFFC International Conference.
The scheme will allow a greater diversity of engineers to attend and provide ambitious engineers in the emerging stages of their careers an opportunity to share their views with peers on a global platform.
This three day conference on Geotechnical Challenges in Urban Regeneration will be packed with technical sessions, study tours and presentations with debate and discussion on environmental and business issues.
The Geotechnical Challenges in Urban Regeneration conference bursary scheme for young engineers is aimed at supporting the attendance of engineers in the profession.
The bursary scheme is open to young engineers with up to ten years postgraduate experience in the profession, from countries across the globe.
Applications from members of the profession who have started their careers later in life (less than ten years experience) are also welcome.
Applicants must be working in the fields of consulting, engineering, construction or research.
Applications are sought particularly from those unable to gain corporate or institutional support to attend.
Deadline: 27th November
For more information and application, visit: Young Engineers Bursary Programme Website