To further the OFC's charitable objectives, the voluntary Council of Directors have been working to secure support from businesses and trusts, to enable the conference to offer bursaries to individuals who may otherwise be unable to attend the event due to financial constraints.
Awarded to individuals who are actively working in the food, farming and agricultural sector, or with an evidenced pathway to enter the industry, these bursaries will fully-fund the cost of a ticket to the conference in Oxford from 3 to 5 January 2024. This is kindly supported by NFU Mutual Charitable Trust and other partners.
Applicants will be responsible for covering their own travel, accommodation and meal costs.
You must be a resident in the UK, and OFC is keen to see applications from individuals who may have recently moved to the country as a result of conflict overseas.
- 18 years of age or over
- Not attend the Oxford Farming Conference before
- Able to attend the full two-day conference in Oxford in January 2024
- Resident in the UK
- Facing social or economic barriers that might prevent attendance, at this time.
How do you apply:
Your information will be kept 100% confidential by OFC.