We are looking forward to hosting the London Student Sustainability Conference for the 5th year. The event welcomes students, staff, professionals, and members of the public to listen and engage with student research and projects in the field of sustainability.
Students exhibit their research and projects through presentations, posters and workshops, followed by an early evening networking reception.
Registration for your free ticket will be open in January 2023. For questions or further information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
This year’s Conference is a collaboration between 10 London universities:
City, University of London
Imperial College London
King’s College London
London School of Economics
London South Bank University
University of Greenwich
University of Westminster
Are you a student at a London University who has carried out any work related to sustainability? Find out how to apply to present your work below. We welcome applications from all disciplines.
The conference provides opportunities for students to exhibit their work through presentations, posters, or both.
The Conference will take place in person in London on Monday 20th February 2023 and will be followed by an evening networking event. Each presentation and Q&A will also be available to live stream for delegates wanting to join online.
This is a great opportunity to share your work with a diverse audience, practice presentation skills and network with students, staff and professionals from universities across London and beyond!
All presenters will create a poster which will be displayed throughout the day. Posters are a great way to present your research or project in an attractive and easy-to-read format.
Your poster should be A1 size (either landscape or portrait) and contain a mixture of text, images and graphics. Templates are available here for landscape and portrait posters.
You can decide on the layout, but it must be clear and logical so that the reader’s eye naturally follows the flow of text. Our poster checklist tells you all you need to know about creating a poster.
In addition, students can present their project or research in a 10-minute presentation, using slides if you wish (PowerPoint, PDF, Prezi etc), which will then be followed by 10 minutes for questions and discussion.
Videos, performances and art installations
We also encourage students to apply whose project or research takes the form of a video, music, dance or spoken word performance, art installation or practical demonstration.
How to apply
Before you start your application, please take a look at the Application Guidelines to familiarize yourself with the key dates, submission requirements, and tips on applying.
To apply, please complete the application form by midnight on Sunday 4th December.
Looking for volunteering or event management experience? We will be looking for student volunteers from any of the London Universities to help us form a Student Delivery Group which will help feed into the planning and delivery of the Conference.
Applications for the student delivery group are now live and the deadline is Sunday 4th December.