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Grants and Bursaries

Career Development Bursaries


The BOU bursary scheme is open to BOU ECR members only. The only exception is those from and still residing and working in a developing country (see list) can still apply without being a member.
 
Members – apply for your bursary here
 
 
IMPORTANCE NOTICE
Due to the impacts of Covid-19 we are not advertising applications for this bursary scheme for 2021. We hope to resume the scheme in 2021 for applications for 2022 projects.

These aim to support short-term research positions for young (or early career) ornithologists, between a first and higher degree programme or immediately after completion of a higher degree.

Successful grant proposals will combine the applicant’s development of skills that will be useful for their future career in ornithology with sound science.

Awards up to £2,500 are available.

Guidelines (PDF).

See previous awards here.
 
 
World map grant locations
 
The BOU has a long history of supporting ornithological projects around the world with grants, and in recent years, bursaries. Here are the localities benefiting from BOU support since 1972.
 
Image | Lab technician © Elfego Cuevas Domínguez
 

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