The purpose of the bursary is to contribute to the expense of one student attending the upcoming Conference. At the conference, students will have access to information of value for research in their final year; for future clinical career decisions; for fostering inter‐professional relations and patient care.
- Must be a Canadian citizen or resident
- Students in a Canadian audiology program attending their penultimate year of study (at the time of the meeting they will be attending and for which the travel bursary is being given)
- Canadian students who are studying audiology abroad, any year
- Non-audiology students who want to attend the conference if the award selection committee deems the application suitable. Some examples of non-audiology categories are: engineers focused on hearing aid design; SLP students interested in audiology topics; ENT residents; and psychology students studying psychoacoustics or the emotional impact of sudden hearing loss.
- Applicant must be a citizen or permanent resident of Canada
- Applicant must be enrolled in the Fall as a student in a career program
- Applications must include
- A short essay (500-‐1000 words) explaining why attendance at the conference is of benefit to the applicant. The merit of the essay will be the method of selecting the successful bursary award winner.
- Estimated cost of transportation and accommodation.
Essay Question: What Attendance at this Conference Means to Me