Each year, the IMC receives many applications for financial support. As part of our commitment to widening participation at the IMC, the IMC Bursary Fund is available to delegates from outside Western Europe, students, independent scholars, pensioners, and unwaged scholars. The bursaries awarded range in value and may cover all or part of the Registration and Programming Fee, accommodation, and meals.
The deadline for bursaries for IMC 2021 is 15 October 2020.
In 2020, bursaries totalling £20,000 were awarded to 98 recipients ranging from £100 to £400. Bursaries were awarded to participants from Australia, Bulgaria, Canada, Colombia, Croatia, Czech Republic, Egypt, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Hungary, India, Israel, Italy, Japan, Jordan, Latvia, Libya, Montenegro, Poland, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Romania, Russia, Spain, Turkey, UK, Ukraine, and the USA.
Travel Bursaries from the Templar Heritage Trust – Military Orders, Cistercians, Crusades
We would like to thank the Templar Heritage Trust (THT) for offering three bursaries of £200 each to IMC delegates. THT operates as part of the Charities Aid Foundation and makes a number of grants each year in support of academic research and conservation of historic buildings. THT takes a particular interest in the literary, architectural, and cultural legacy of the medieval Knights Templar and their period in history.
All eligible proposals will be considered for this bursary automatically.
Sieglinde Hartmann Prize for German Language and Literature
Thanks to the generosity of Sieglinde Hartmann, president of the Oswald von Wolkenstein-Gesellschaft and a long-standing supporter of the IMC, a new prize was instituted for the 2018 Congress. The prize of €250 is awarded for the best abstract for any paper proposal in the field of medieval German language and/or medieval German literature.
All eligible proposals will be considered for this prize automatically.