George Pepler International Award
Awarded by Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI)
To enable young people of any nationality to visit another country for a short period to study.
At the conclusion of the visit the recipient must submit a report. Please see the website for further details external link.
Open to persons under 30 years of age of any nationality.
- Every 2 years
Short-term travel outside the United Kingdom for United Kingdom residents or for visits to the United Kingdom for applicants from abroad
Up to UK £1,500
Applicants must submit a statement showing the nature of the study visit proposed, together with an itinerary. Application forms are available on request from the RTPI.
- Professional development
The Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI) was founded in 1914 and is a registered charity. Its aim is to advance the science and art of town planning in all its aspects, including local, regional and national planning for the benefit of the public. The Institute is primarily concerned with maintaining high standards of competence and conduct within the profession, promoting the role of planning within the country's social, economic and political structures, and presenting the profession's views on current planning issues.