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Applications closed

Fellowship applications are now closed.


Applications open 24 April
Applications close 21 May
1st round offers 02 June
1st round confirm 12 June
2nd round offers 16 June
2nd round confirm 26 June


Enquiries about the fellowships can be emailed to fellowships@apnic.net

APNIC is offering a limited number of fellowships to allow members of the Internet community in developing Asia Pacific economies to attend APNIC 28.

The fellowship program targets key personnel from organizations building or providing Internet services within developing economies; in particular, those responsible for managing Internet resources (such as IP addresses, Autonomous System numbers, and routing registry data). The fellowships are offered on an equal opportunity basis.

Selected applicants (second round)

Aftab Ahmed Siddiqui PK
Chehendra Lama NP
Meng Songkeng KH
Mohsin Farhan SIddiqui PK
Priyankara Perera LK

Selected applicants (first round)

The successful fellowship applicants are as follows:

Adi Siswanto ID
Agus Awaludin ID
Arsalan Ahmed PK
Isaac Purakali PG
Ma. Beatriz Lacsamana PH
Mahmud Ehsan Ahmed BD
MengLeang Keuk KH
Munkhbayar MN
Narantuya Ganbaatar MN
Nataniela Amoe Rafai FJ
Ng Hong Vee MY
R.P.D.C Kaushalya LK
Sakaio Manoa FJ
Sudeep Dangi NP
Surachai Wongpanya TH

Award package

Successful applicants will receive the following assistance:

  • Free registration for all APNIC 28 tutorials and meeting sessions
  • A daily allowance including reasonable accommodation, meal, and incidental expenses

Note: APNIC is not liable for the cost of flights and travel insurance.

The final grant size is determined according to final costs and available funding, and will be advised to the successful applicants.

Selection criteria

APNIC selects fellows from candidates who are:

  • Personnel responsible for Internet resource management
  • Network engineers
  • Decision-makers in government, educational, non-government, and private sectors
  • Educators and trainers
  • Resident in a developing Asia Pacific economy, including the Least Developed Countries (LDC), Landlocked Developing Countries (LLDC) and Small Island Developing States (SIDS), as defined by the United Nations
  • Able to use the experience gained from APNIC 28

Note: Previous recipients of SANOG, APRICOT, or past APNIC fellowship grants are eligible to apply however preference will be given to the new applicants first.