Event Provider Registration for 2016

Thank you for your interest in providing an event for British Science Week 2016.

The deadlines for proposals for both our Public Events programme and our Schools Programme are now past and we are not accepting any more submissions. You are free to register as a Provider but will not be able to submit a proposal for 2016.


We require that new event providers register an account with us online. As well as making it easy to submit multiple event proposals, you can edit and keep track of your proposals, duplicate previously submitted proposals, and view information about the Schools and Public events based upon them. If you did not submit an event proposal in 2014 for our 2015 Festival, please register using the following link:

Register as a new Event Provider >

If you previously submitted an event proposal for our 2015 Festival, an account has already been set up for you. You just need to complete our Password Request form to get a temporary password, which you use along with your email address to access your new account. If you no longer have access to that email address, please contact us to change it before you proceed.

Password Request Form >

Once you have completed either of the above, you can log into the site. You can use the following link, or any 'Login' link at the head or foot of each webpage. From there you will be at the 'My Account' page containing links to the Event Proposal submission forms, a record of all your proposals, schools event requests and public events, as well as the facility to change your details and password.

Login >


We hope you find this system helpful and easy to use, but if you do have any technical problems setting up an account or submitting proposals please email Mark at m.a.barton@shu.ac.uk

For general enquiries, please email sandra.baker@shu.ac.uk or call Sandra on 0114 22542040.

About the STEM Ambassador Programme

If you provide an event for a school, you have to be DBS authorised. This government scheme is designed to provide safeguards when volunteers work with children.

By volunteering for the festival you will be doing STEM Ambassador work. Registering as a STEM Ambassador means that you will receive all the benefits this national scheme provides: free DBS checking, full insurance cover and training.

To register as a STEM Ambassador visit:

www.stemnet.org.uk/
ambassadors