CIfA has announced three opportunities to apply for bursaries to help with the cost of attending the Conference, you will find details on all three bursaries below.

Theresa O’Mahoney Memorial Conference Bursary
We are pleased to be introducing the Theresa O’Mahoney Memorial Conference Bursary in partnership with the Enabled Archaeology Foundation (EAF) and British Archaeological Jobs and Resources (BAJR). The bursary will aim to cover conference attendance, travel (usually within the UK) and accommodation for a professional dis/Abled archaeologist. It can also be extended to contribute towards the travel and accommodation for a carer. Please complete the Theresa O’Mahoney bursary request form (See attached) and send it to conference@archaeologists.net to be considered.
Hal Dalwood Trust Conference Bursary
The Hal Dalwood Trust Fund has been set up to provide an annual bursary to enable an early career archaeologist of any age to attend the CIfA conference. Contributions to the fund have also been made by several CIfA members and other archaeologists. Please complete the Hal Dalwood bursary request form (See attached) and send it to conference@archaeologists.net to be considered.
CIfA’s conference bursary scheme
CIfA’s conference bursary scheme offers assistance to help with fees, childcare costs, or travel bursaries for members who are students, unemployed or on a low income. Please complete the CIfA bursary request form (See attached) and send it to conference@archaeologists.net to be considered.