IHBC’s £300 Student Award open to all – but 2013 term closes end July

Students, staff and colleagues from any taught course in the UK are reminded that the closing date of 31 July is approaching for the IHBC’s Gus Astley Annual Student Award, which is presented for exceptional work from any discipline that looks at the understanding, care or improvement of places or their contents.

IHBC Director Sean O’Reilly said: ‘With cash prizes of up to £300 and the chance to attend the IHBC’s 2014 Annual School in Edinburgh for free, where we’ll explore the ‘Art of Conservation’, this is too good a chance to miss.’

‘And all you need do is upload a digital copy of your best taught course work from the last two years to us by 31 July! It couldn’t be easier to win prestige as well as cash, and learn more about the IHBC and our work too!’

To find out more about this great opportunity, simply follow the Awards links using our mobile-friendly IHBC ‘Webstarter’, linked from our home page, or go straight to the Awards web site at gasa.ihbc.org.uk.

Want to join IHBC? Join up online, by following the links from the IHBC’s home page, and get the IHBC’s benefits in full! See links from our Home Page at www.ihbc.org.uk 

Think it’s expensive to join? If you need financial assistance to help your career through IHBC membership we offer lots of support:

  • Income under £17,500: automatic half price rates
  • Income under £12,500: join up and apply for up to 100% financial support, subject to circumstances.

Follow the guidance at: LINK

Want to keep up to date but not as an IHBC Member? Keep up to date for free on the IHBC’s Linkedin Group, linked from the IHBC’s home page www.ihbc.org.uk

For the 2012 Student Award winners and their prizes see the NewsBlog at: LINK

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