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After Your Trip

We ask that you write a summary for the new student blog page following the trip that will inform other student about the conference and whether it might benefit them to attend.  This includes a title, a summary of 150-200 words, a photo, and a one-line take-away.

Things to bear in mind when filing your expense claim upon your return:

  • Only submit original receipts (not copies of receipts). Email confirmations for bookings/purchases online are fine.
  • When paying by card, please ensure that you keep all itemised receipts.
  • If you are converting from a foreign currency, please use Please print a copy of the page including the rate you are using for your conversion.
  • If you need to claim for mileage, please fill in the Mileage on the form

Please also sign up for the University’s travel insurance cover if you are going abroad. It is free and could save you money should an issue arise. See more information here:


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