Each year, the ITI German Network awards a bursary to one early-career translator/interpreter. The bursary is intended to help those only just starting out to enjoy the benefits of membership of a professional association. The bursary runs from 1 May to 30 April each year.

What does the bursary include?

GerNet will cover the following expenses for the successful candidate:

Who can apply?

To be eligible, you must:

If you are awarded the bursary, we ask that you write an article for the German Network newsletter Netzblatt and/or the ITI Bulletin describing how you have benefited from it.

How can I apply?

Simply send an email to the ITI German Network coordinator coordinator@itigermannetwork.org.uk by 1 April explaining your professional experience to date, how you meet the criteria and how you would benefit from the bursary. Applications can be made in either English or German and should be approximately 250 to 350 words in length. You do not need to provide supporting evidence with your initial application, though it may be requested at a later stage. The bursary is awarded at the discretion of the ITI German Network committee.