Please see the programme for the bespoke postgraduate research conference below. This is accurate as of 24th June 2022. Please note that some last minute updates and alterations are possible. Look out for notices here, at the reception desk, and on Twitter

The programme starts on the afternoon of 28th June. We will start with a panel of key note speakers. This will be followed by an informal BBQ and opportunities to network on our beautiful campus. The full programme will commence on 29th June. It will concentrate on panels linked to key stages and issues linked to the PGR journey. Sessions will concentrate developing skills regarding networking and building a strong CV, publications, developing proposals, maximising impact from your research, moving into employment. There are opportunities to present your research. The BSC is offering a number of bursaries to attend the conference at Surrey this year.   We thank the BSC members and others who have made donations to the scheme and allowed us to offer more bursaries.  We are also working to secure further sponsorship.

Each bursary will cover the full residential conference fee for one PhD student. There is one application process for all bursaries.
You can apply for a postgraduate bursary if you meet ALL of the following criteria:

1. You are presenting a paper at the BSC Conference 2022

2. You are a registered PhD student (full-time or part-time)

3. You are a member of the British Society of Criminology

To find out how to apply for a bursary, please read the postgraduate guidance notes carefully and complete the postgraduate bursary application form.