We are offering 20 bursaries of €200 to Early Career participants to assist in covering conference expenses for our 2018 conference.
On the request of our Early Careers Forum (ECF), we have increased the number of bursaries available in 2018. The ECF have also proposed that in order to offset this extra cost, bursary holders may be asked to contribute small administrative tasks to help with conference delivery. This will include tasks such as helping with registration in Lisbon, giving directions and answering questions from delegates, or poster session organisation. These task will not take up much time and will not interfere with bursary holders’ attendance at conference sessions.
NB bursaries will be paid shortly after the conference. If you would like to apply for a bursary please complete the form below and return it to the e-mail address on the form by Monday 11th July 2018 17:00 CET.
Bursaries are available to researchers, practitioners, and policy-makers working in the prevention field who meet the eligibility criteria below. Please read these carefully to avoid disappointment.
- Bursaries are only available to early career participants. For the current call, “early career” includes those who entered the prevention field through first job or commencing doctoral studies after 1st January 2010; as well as current Masters and Doctoral students in a prevention-related discipline.
- Bursaries are available for EUSPR Members only. If you are not yet a member, you can join at the same time as conference registration (or before). The bursary will not be paid if the recipient is not a member of the EUSPR on the first day of the conference (or pre-conference if attending). Please do not apply for the bursary if you do not intend to become an EUSPR Member as this would be unfair toward other applicants.
- You will be asked to sign a registration form to prove attendance at the conference. The bursary will not be paid if the recipient fails to attend and sign in.