Fellowship applications are open for Asia Pacific’s largest international Internet technologies and operations conference, APRICOT 2023, being held from 20 February to 2 March 2023 in Manila, Philippines.
APRICOT fellowships give individuals from developing economies in the Asia Pacific region the opportunity to learn from regional and international experts, network with other Internet professionals, gain new industry insights, and engage in industry discussions.
Applicants need to be actively involved in Internet development in any of the following capacities:
- Network engineering, network operations, and network design
- Internet systems engineering and systems operations
- Education, training, research and academia
Applicants for the APRICOT Fellowship need to:
- Demonstrate a track record in sharing what is learned with colleagues and peers
- Describe their local Internet community involvement in a technical or operational capacity
- Demonstrate financial hardship that would make participation in APRICOT otherwise impossible
2023 Fellowship package
The Fellowship Award granted to successful applicants (Fellows) covers the conference registration fee and accommodation and provides a contribution towards the cost of the travel and living expenses associated with attending APRICOT.
Applicants selected for the APRICOT 2023 Fellowship program will receive the following support:
- 100% of the registration fees for either the workshop week or conference week
- 100% of the accommodation costs (up to six nights for the workshops and up to five nights for the conference) at the APRICOT Fellows hotel
- A contribution towards airfare and per diem
Before you apply
Applications are open to residents of all developing economies in Asia and the Pacific according to the Australian Government’s definition.
Fellowships are popular and competitive. If you’re keen to apply, please read the information on the website carefully to understand what is required for a successful application.
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