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International Teaching Excellence Bursaries: call for applicants
29 November 2012
Following a successful first round of the UCL International Teaching Excellence Bursaries earlier this year, UCL is inviting staff to submit applications in a second round of the awards.
The bursaries form part of a drive to expand UCL’s profile as an internationally recognised centre of teaching excellence. A key aspect of achieving this aim is increasing international teaching and learning exchanges that advance collaborative innovations and deepen strategic links with overseas partners in a range of regions around the world. These links will support the collaborative development of innovative teaching and learning resources that can be shared across the wider UCL community.
Interested parties at UCL are invited to apply for these bursaries and, in addition, applications are welcome from those in overseas institutions who wish to visit UCL as part of this scheme.
The deadline for applications to this round of bursaries is midnight on 31 January 2013.
For more information on the bursaries please visit the UCL Global webpage.
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