- Daniel Horton, Department of Life Sciences
- Shima Abdullateef, Department of Mechanical, Aerospace & Civil Engineering
- Fujia Han, Department of Electronic & Computing Engineering
- Ali Khaleel, Department of Electronic & Computing Engineering
- Raquel Sales Gil, Department of Life Sciences
- Maria Carolina Motta-Mejia, Department of Life Sciences
- Maria Tsantani, Department of Life Sciences
- Claudia Robles Angel, Department of Arts and Humanities
- Lulu Yin, Department of Design
- Aine Petrulaityte, Department of Design
- Jaye McLaughlin, Department of Life Sciences
- Daniela Castillo, Brunel Business School
Lulu Yin said: " I applied the VC's travel prize as soon as my paper got the acceptance from the DRS conference. The application was approved a month later the submission. Based on my experience, I advise that the applicants to get their application form and other documents, especially the support letter from the supervisor, well ready before they apply the prize. This would increase the success rate of the applicaton and assist the Graduate School to do effective works."
Joao de Aguiar Greca said: "I strongly recommend all students to apply for the Vice-Chancellor's Travel Prize and would like to share some tips with those who are planning on applying for it:
- Development Programme Sessions attended: make sure that you are closely engaged with course opportunities offered by the Brunel Graduate School, as this can increase your chances of being successful with your application.
- Training sessions attended: the more training courses related to your field of research you have attended the better. Hint: external training courses that you might have attended also count.
- Conferences: previous conferences that you may have attended can make your Vice-Chancellor's Travel Prize application more attractive. Make sure you report previous conferences in your application."