ICA Travel Grant Application
Participants from developing/ transitional countries and students from U.S. ethnic minority groups who have been accepted to present papers can apply for travel grants to the ICA Conference in Prague, Czech Republic between 17 January and 1 March 2018.
Developing/transitional countries are identified annually by the United Nations. Potential applicants should check the country tier chart on the travel grant application to determine whether they are eligible to receive a travel grant. Countries that appear in Tiers B and C qualify as developing/transitional countries. Note that ICA determines eligibility based on country of residence, not of origin. You must be an ICA member to apply.
Potential applicants should also contact their Division or Interest Group Chair for possible funding from the divisional Annenberg travel grant. Conference Program Chair Patricia Moy (U of Washington) and Executive Director Laura Sawyer (ICA) will review the applications provided through the online application form. They will use their discretion (considering the general distance of travel to the conference, etc.) in providing up to $500 for qualifying applicants. Applicants will be notified by 1 April.
ICA travel grants will be available at the conference registration desk on Friday, 26 May 2018.
While the amount of the grants depends on actual travel costs, the overall availability of funds is limited.
UPDATE: The ICA Travel Grant is now closed. We will email you regarding your application on April 1st.