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Fellowship Programme Update

Thanks to the nearly 500 people who applied to be Fellows for the 23rd World Congress in November 2023! 

We thank you for your patience as we review your applications. We’ll announce who the successful Fellows are in April 2023. 
As a reminder, in-person Fellows receive an all-expenses paid, non-transferable World Congress experience in Sydney, Australia.
Read on for the full inclusions. 

Successful in-person fellows will receive:   

  • Return economy airfares direct to Sydney from the nearest international airport to your home 

  • Transport costs for travel to your nearest international airport  

  • Visa costs * 

  • A maximum of 5 nights’ accommodation in Sydney from 26 – 30 November 2023  

  • A daily allowance for 26 – 30 November 2023 inclusive   

  • Airport transfer (Sydney airport – Central Business District (CBD))  

  • A ticket to the Congress which includes: 

  • Access for one participant to the World Congress being held at the International Convention Centre (ICC) 

  • Ticket to the opening ceremony and welcome function on 27 November 2023  

  • Morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea on 28 and 29 and 30 November 2023 at the ICC  

  • Access to all sessions   

  • One ticket to the Australia Night gala event being held on 28 November 2023  

  • On-demand access to recorded sessions   

  • Interactive forums (in person and online)   

  • Social and networking sessions and platforms used in the online programme   

Good luck to all who applied. We can't wait to meet the future Fellows of the 23rd World Congress in November 2023!  


*Please note: The World Congress team is not responsible for arranging visas. Successful Fellows must apply for visas themselves.  

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