All out-of-town participants will receive single-room accommodations for seven nights, daily breakfast and lunch during the event, two group dinners, and local transport (as necessary) between the hotel, ISGS site, and all fieldtrip sites. In addition, the organizers will offer a limited number of partial scholarships to highly qualified candidates. A scholarship consists of a travel grant, which covers partial travel expenses.
Please note that the number of applications for financial support is likely to exceed the number of available scholarships and selected participants are encouraged to apply for and secure external support as early as possible.
Recipients will be selected with consideration to financial need and demonstrated motivation for participating in the ISGS.
How to apply for a scholarship
Before submitting the grant application, please complete the online application form. Without a completed application form on file, we cannot process your scholarship application. Prospective candidates for a scholarship are required to submit the online Grant Application form by 10 August 2020 (extended deadline).
The scholarship application should include a Statement of Purpose (max. 500 words), in which you should explain why the ISGS 2021 will be important to your academic studies or career and why you feel you deserve a scholarship. Please also outline the reasons for the need of the scholarship to cover travel expenses. If you are accepted for the ISGS, you are requested to complete your scholarship application by submitting a recommendation letter before 10 September 2020.
Main ISGS website: https://www.iias.asia/masterclasses/cultural-precarities
Please explain why the ISGS 2021 in Yogyakarta would be important to your academic studies or career and why you feel you deserve a scholarship. Please also outline the reasons why you need a scholarship to cover the travel expenses.