BASS22 (19-21 July)

Early Bird rates will be available until 23:59 (UK time) Monday 30 May. 

All rates include a conference dinner on the Tuesday evening, as well as a drinks reception at the evening Keynote on the Wednesday.

Early Bird Rates

Full Conference£165
Day Delegate£125

Normal Conference Rates

Full Conference£195
Day Delegate£135

* Concessions are doctoral students, unemployed, or hourly-paid researchers.


A limited number of bursaries are available for postgraduate students and unemployed or hourly-paid researchers. Bursaries will cover the conference fee and up to £100 towards travel and accommodation costs.

Applications should be received by 1700 (UK time) Monday 16 May. Queries regarding the bursaries and applications should be addressed to Vanessa Riegl-Parr, CREST Centre Manager

Please ensure you complete the application form fully and also arrange for a letter of support to be submitted independently (please see below for further details).


Applicants must:

  • Be a current postgraduate student, or an unemployed or hourly-paid researcher.
  • Have an accepted presentation at BASS22 (in any of the listed formats).
  • Be able to cover expenses beyond those covered by the bursary.

Application form

The Bursary Application Form can be downloaded from this page.

The personal statement should be no more than 250 words and include your interest in behavioural and social scientific research in security and how participation in BASS22 will strengthen your professional interest and development.

Letters of Support

The letter of support should come from your current/past supervisor or manager, from their institutional email account, and should:

  • Outline their relationship with the applicant.
  • Make clear the applicant’s area of research interest in security.
  • Outline the benefits to the applicant of attending BASS22.
  • Make the case for funding i.e., confirm there is no alternative and/or institutional funding available.
  • Confirm the employment status of the applicant (student or otherwise).


Decisions will be made by a panel of three people (CREST Director, CREST Centre Manager, and an affiliated academic). Applications will be scored on eligibility, interest in the subject area, and the value of attending the conference to the applicant.

Decisions will be final, and no correspondence will be entered into regarding unsuccessful applications. We will not accept retrospective or late applications. 

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