Conference Registration Prices
- Standard Registration before 4th April 2019 – £125 for overseas students (i.e., non-UK/EU) and for unwaged, £155 UK/EU students, £185 others
- The dinner will be held at Christie’s Bistro on the 26th April 2018 with part of the meal and drinks subsidised – £35 (this will be an option after selecting registration)
Historic England supported Bursaries available for Commercial Sector Archaeologists
In order to facilitate a holistic and open access approach to the study, protection and enjoyment of the country’s historic environment Historic England are keen to prioritise the need for better communication and engagement of academic and commercial archaeologists, at the local, regional and national levels; this is a particular issue for scientific aspects of our heritage.
It is well known that project managers working in commercial units and specialists working either within a unit or freelance tend to receive little financial support to attend Continuing Professional Development events. This exacerbates a divide between academic researchers and commercial practitioners, and restricts the knowledge exchange required to transfer and implement new methods, techniques and research questions.
Therefore, through support from Historic England, we are able to offer a limited number of bursaries to enable commercial practitioners to attend UKAS 2019 in Manchester in order to facilitate and enhance the integration of scientific research with commercial archaeology. These bursaries will cover the conference fee as well as offer up to £300 for travel and accommodation, depending on particular circumstances. Commercial archaeologists applying for this bursary are still able, but not required, to submit abstracts for poster presentations at point of application. To apply, please email a completed Application Form to email@example.com by Friday 12th April.
To register please follow this link to the University of Manchester Online Store.