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CCECE 2004
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Student Funding

CCECE 2004 Student Subsidy Program
Please note the following when apply for student subsidies:
  • All students need to be IEEE members at the time of registration for the conference. Only IEEE members who are students or who have just graduated will be reimbursed.
Attention IEEE Student Members!

Your participation in the conference is both critical to its success and a unique development opportunity for you as future engineers. To this end, a limited amount of subsidy funding may be available from your participating local IEEE Section. The effective benefit to you is up to 50% savings on the IEEE Student Member conference registration fee. At present, the following sections are participating in the CCECE 2004 subsidy program: Note: This subsidy is available to a limited number of student members per section and on a first-come-first-serve basis. Watch for specific details from, or contact your local IEEE section, to find out more!

IEEE Canadian Foundation Travel Awards for Undergraduate Students
  • Limited funds are available from the IEEE Canadian Foundation to reimburse reasonable travel and related expenses for Canadian IEEE undergraduate “out-of-Council” student members * who would otherwise have inadequate travel funding to present their papers at the 2004 CCECE.
  • To apply, complete the following on-line application form - enter the phrase "CCECE04 Travel Grant" for item 2.4
  • The deadline for applications to be received by the foundation is March 15, 2004
  • The sucessful applicants for these grants will be selected by the IEEE Canadian Foundation Grants Committee.
  • Sucessful applicants will be reimbursed by the IEEE Canadian Foundation Treasurer upon receiving acceptable receipts;
  • The total funding available is $2000.00, the maximum funding per student is $1000.00.
* “out-of-Council” student members are those who are registered at universities or colleges which are not in the geographic area defined by the Central Canada Council - Hamilton, Kingston, Kitchener-Waterloo, London, Peterborough and Toronto Sections.

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