Bursary to attend the NAS online course: QGIS in Maritime Archaeology

22nd and 29th January 2022

or 12th March* 

The Foundation is offering five bursaries for students and early career researchers from the HFF region (Lebanon, Cyprus, Egypt and Syria) to attend the NAS online course – QGIS in Maritime Archaeology. The course is being held over two days – the 22nd and 29th January 2022, from 9am to 1pm (GMT). *Due to the popularity of the course the NAS are now offering another one on the 12th March, this will be for one day only as pre-recorded material will be sent prior to the event, there are ten HFF funded spaces available for this date. 

In order to receive one of the funded places please complete the below application form by the 7th January. You will then be contacted by email to confirm whether your application is successful and your email address will be passed to the NAS to provide you with the attendance details.

If your application is successful we ask that you abide by the following terms and conditions;

  • To submit a detailed report upon completing the course (we will notify you of the deadline and provide a link to the reporting form)
  • To share knowledge you have learnt with fellow students where appropriate
  • To notify us immediately if you are no longer able to attend the course
  • To acknowledge HFF support in any social media posts relating to the course or any dissemination activities
This is an introductory course which aims to provide an overview of QGIS, for students wishing to undertake a more comprehensive course the Foundation also offers scholarships for the Post-graduate Certificate/Diploma/MSc in Geographic Information Systems at Ulster University, see our available Scholarships page for more information. 

Application Form:

This application is to attend the NAS online course: QGIS in Maritime Archaeology
  • Please note this bursary is aimed at supporting nationals of Cyprus, Lebanon, Egypt and Syria (only).
  • Please provide more information about you, which amongst other things, demonstrates a strong interest and commitment to maritime archaeology.
  • Please provide information on why you wish to attend the course, what benefit this will have to you as a student/researcher and in terms of building capacity in maritime archaeology in your region. If applicable, please also explain what this course will provide that is not already covered by your current institution.
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