IEEE COMSOC STUDENT GRANTS
ComSoc offers a number of grants to students that plan on attending the ComSoc Student Leadership Tech Track at the Future Network World Forum. Each grant is up to US$500 but no more than the actual travel expenses.
- Each applicant must be a Student Member or Graduate Student Member of the IEEE Communications Society at the time he/she applies for the grant;
- Each applicant must be a full-time student registered toward a Bachelor, Masters, or PhD degree in computer science, engineering or related field in a college or university when submitting the application;
- During the expense reimbursement stage, the student applicant must show the proof of having registered to attend the Future Network World Forum and proof of attendance at the Student Leadership Tech Track during the conference.
WHAT TO SUBMIT
Please make sure to upload all the required application materials including:
- A support letter from the student’s advisor (the advisor can directly submit the reference letter into the application).
- The applicant’s up-to-date resume including citizenship (required).
We remind you that students who are awarded a student travel grant must register and attend the conference.
A student who is awarded a student grant must register and attend the conference. Payment will only be made to grant recipients who submit the expense report (with receipts for expenses over US$25) within 45 days after the conference. More details will be provided to the students who are selected to receive a ComSoc Student Grant for the Student Tech Leadership Track at the Future Networks World Forum.
HOW TO APPLY FOR COMSOC GRANT
Please fill out this form with all the relevant information.
Application Deadline: 8 November 2023
Notification Date: 10 November 2023
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