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October 22, 2010

Visit Brighton for free with the University of Cambridge

University of Cambridge ESOL Examinations (Cambridge ESOL) is offering five scholarships to attend the 2011 IATEFL Conference in Brighton next April. The five scholarship categories are:

1. Cambridge ESOL Best Practice in English for Academic Purposes Scholarship
2. Cambridge ESOL Best Practice in Language Assessment Scholarship
3. Cambridge ESOL Best Practice in State Education Scholarship
4. Cambridge ESOL Best Practice in Teacher Training Scholarship
5. Dr Peter Hargreaves Scholarship


Each award consists of registration for a pre-conference event of the winner's choice, registration for the main conference, a year's IATEFL membership, a maximum of five nights' accommodation, travel costs including, if necessary, an economy flight to the UK* and £50.00 per day expenses.

The submission deadline is Monday 25th October 2010 and the awards will be announced in early December 2010. The 45th Annual IATEFL Conference in Brighton will run from 15–19th April 2011.

For further details of the scholarships and how to apply go to the IATEFL Brighton Conference website and scroll down to the Cambridge ESOL scholarship information.

Reported by: Russell Willis

See also:
Cambridge ESOL
IATEFL Sholarships

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