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It's all systems go for the UKCSJ18 on Tuesday – see you there!

We are expecting some 250 delegates at our conference next week. 

 

Check out the latest programme here: Programme for UKCSJ2018

 

Haven’t booked yet? Last minute registration is open here: Register and pay for the UKCSJ18

 

Meet our sponsors here: Opportunities to support UKCSJ18

 

See you at 8:30am on Tuesday, 16th October, at The Francis Crick Institute, 1 Midland Rd, London NW1 1ST, UK.

(Visit the Francis Crick Institute Website for detailed information on all the means of travelling to the venue.)

 

Twitter handle: @absw

Twitter hashtag: #ukcsj#ukcsj18

 

Student scholarships UKCSJ18 – open to all European students until Wed 3 October 2018

Are you a journalism student thinking of specialising in science, technology or engineering?

Are you a science, technology, engineering student who is considering journalism as a career? 

Apply for a student scholarship to attend the UK Conference of Science Journalists 2018 in London, where the focus will be on new and emerging technologies and digital innovations in media and reporting. The goal is to help you future-proof your career by learning about the latest key media trends and pick up new digital tools and skills that are becoming essential to freelancing or thriving in the augmented newsroom.

As the UKCSJ18 is now less than a month away (Tue 16 October) there is a tight time-scale for applying for the scholarships.   You will need to complete the student scholarship application form by Wed 3 October and will be informed of your success or otherwise on Fri 5 October to provide time for you to make necessary travel and accommodation arrangements.

The scholarship will cover the cost of standard class return travel and any necessary transfers, plus bed and breakfast in a budget hotel (approx £100 per night).

Find out more about the UKCSJ18 programme

Apply for a student scholarship

If you have any queries please contact Sallie Robins This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

The student scholarships have been made possible by the ABSW’s scholarships partner UK Research and Innovation

 

 

 

 

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