If you’re from a Least Developed Country, or Small Island Developing State, and want to attend one of the Asia Pacific’s most respected events for the Internet operations community, then consider applying for an APRICOT 2016 fellowship.
The purpose of the fellowships is to give opportunities to individuals from developing economies in the Asia Pacific region to learn from regional and international experts, network with other Internet professionals and be exposed to new insights and technology discussions. The APRICOT fellowship program has been providing financial support to eligible candidates since 2000.
Successful candidates will receive:
- 80% of the economy class return air fare to the conference or workshop (fellows agree to pay 20% of the air fare)
- Twin shared hotel accommodation with breakfast for the duration of the conference or workshop
- A fixed cash allowance of NZD 100 for the duration of the workshop or conference
- Complimentary registration to either the workshop or conference
- Complimentary attendance to all the conference or workshop social events
Take note of the key dates and selection criteria. Applications will close on Friday, 30 October.
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