Workshop in Kazakhstan on the impacts of student mobility

Workshop details

Title: Escaping the Exclusion or Sustaining the Privilege?A Complex Reality of Student Mobility from Kazakhstan
Disciplines: all fields of social sciences
Dates: May 30 - 3 June 2016
Location: Astana, Kazakhstan
Deadline for applications: 15 April 2016

All travel and subsistence costs will be covered by the Newton–Al-Farabi Partnership Programme.

For further information on the content and aims of the workshop, please see this document entitled Further Information, available from the dropbox folder.

Eligibility

Applications are welcome from all fields of social sciences. There is no restriction regarding the nationality of an applicant. However, participants must be early researchers based either in the UK or Kazakhstan. Early career researchers are defined as researchers who have been awarded a PhD no more than 10 years prior to the workshop, but allowances can be made for career breaks. Applicants who do not have a PhD must have at least 4 years research experience in the field of social sciences, supported by a list of research outputs, e.g. reports, journal articles, book chapters, etc. The workshop will be held in English.

How to apply

Please visit the dropbox folder here for all foms and further details.

Please complete the application form and send it to both coordinators, li.aisi@nu.edu.kz and maia.chankseliani@education.ox.ac.uk, by 15 April, 2016 (4pm GMT).