How can I apply for the Bursary Fund?
Please write a supporting letter describing why you wish to apply along with the following detail and documents:
- Which course you wish to attend and how this will help you
- Copy of a valid passport
- Proof of address – You must be currently living and working in a low to middle income country
- Supporting evidence that you are in employment in a Regulatory Affairs role
This needs to be submitted to the Director of Professional Development in an email as soon as possible via firstname.lastname@example.org while addressed to the attention of the Director of Professional Development.
If you are unsure about the application process or the documents needed to support an application, please speak to a member of the Professional Development team.
When applying please bear in mind:
You may only apply once in the same year.
The fund for bursaries is limited so we recommend ensuring you submit your application in good time.
Bursaries will not be awarded on a first come first served basis. Instead, consideration will be given to the following:
- The need for the course, how the learning will be used and whether it will be used within six months of the course
- The benefit the course and the learning will provide both to the company and to the individual
- Additional consideration will be given to candidates from small or micro enterprises as they may not have other opportunities to access training
Please note - All awardees are required to allow their name and organisation to be published – photo and brief story after attendance would be appreciated.
Bursaries will only be given to individuals living and working in low to middle income countries.
Closing date for 2022 Bursary applications Friday 29th October at Midnight (GMT).
Successful applicants will be informed by 3 December to allow time to plan for their attendance in 2022.