Organizer: All-Ukrainian youth public organization “Heart to Heart” with the support of the Ministry of Culture of Ukraine
Countries: Poland, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia and Finland
Dates: March 21 – April 1, 2019
Purpose: development of the volunteer movement, visits to the medical educational institutions, discussion of the prospects for the implementation of joint international humanitarian projects, as well as familiarization with the cultural heritage of the European countries
Invited: representatives of district, city, regional state administrations, local governments, social and humanitarian sphere, employees of education, health care, pupils, students of higher education institutions, doctors, activists, etc.
Application deadline: March 4, 2019
Participation fee: 480 € (travel costs, meals, excursions, accommodation according to the program)
Tel.: 067-407-77-98, 050-447-49-68, 097-908-52-28, 063-828-05-52, 093-214-64-17
Location: Klosterneuburg, Austria
Dates: May 15 – September 15, 2019
Duration: 8–12 weeks
Basic research fields: biology, computer science, data science, mathematics, physics, neuroscience and interdisciplinary areas
Eligibility: Bachelor- or Master of Science students who have completed at least the fourth semester of their bachelor’s studies (before the respective start date), good commandof English.
Participation fee: free of charge
Application deadline: February 15, 2019
Tel.: +43 (0)2243 9000
Organizer: the European Federation for Medicinal Chemistry
Topic: Small Becomes Big in Medicinal Chemistry: Fragment-based Drug Discover
Dates: April 28-May 1, 2019
Location: Oegstgeest (near Leiden), The Netherlands
Description: This intensive course is intended for scientists working in the field, and the presentations will be given by senior scientists from industry and academia. This course will provide an introduction for medicinal chemists to the important concepts and methods, including fragment libraries, fragment screening technologies and relevant computer-aided drug design approaches. The course will finish with a series of presentations on applications of FBDD, including summaries of published fragment to lead optimisation strategies. The course will be organized by the FRAGNET consortium, a European training network dedicated to FBDD.
Registration fee (accommodation included): 1850 EURO
Tel.: +32 (0) 10 45 47 77
Location: Brussels, Belgium
Application deadline: September 30 and March 31 (annually)
Types of traineeships: long-term (up to 5 months for graduates of institutions of higher education of any age from EU member states and non-EU countries); unpaid short-term (1-3 months for students and recent graduates from EU member states and non-EU countries)
Application process: long-term – through filling in the online application form; short-term – you need to complete the application (with a copy of the diploma or certificate from the educational institution, medical certificate and certificate of absence of convictions) and send it by mail to the address: EESC, Official responsible for traineeships, 99 rue Belliard, B-1040 Brussels.
Funded by: Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft (The Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft supports internationally networked, application-oriented research and is the largest organisation of its kind in Europe).
Description: PhD students can complete their research while working on exciting projects in the newest areas of technology with state-of-the-art equipment at a Fraunhofer Institute.
Eligibility: PhD students with an outstanding university degree equivalent to a German Master’s degree with the ability to conduct independent research, with teamworking and communication skills and a good knowledge of the English language.
Duration: 3 years with possible extension of up to 6 years
Application procedure: applications should be submitted to the respective Fraunhofer Institute. Vacancies and closing dates are advertised on the websites of individual institutes.
Scholarship purpose: scientific internship at Polish universities
Internship period: September 2019 – June 2020
Specialties: history, international relations, political science, journalism, sociology, ethnology, cultural studies, social psychology, administration and management, law, as well as related specialties
Requirements for candidates: complete higher education, age up to 35 years, knowledge of the Polish language at a level that allows the candidate to understand lectures and literature in the field of his/her interest (in some cases it will be possible to give scholarships to persons who do not know the Polish language)
Application deadline: March 1, 2019
Organizer: Commonwealth of Learning
Location: British Columbia, Canada
Course type: distance
Description: COL has updated its course on “Understanding Open Educational Resources (OER)” to improve the adoption of OER by teachers, educational institutions and policy makers. The course was first introduced in 2015 to address the problem of inadequate understanding of OER and open licences. Over 18,000 learners from 160 countries accessed the two-hour course.
The course is short and succinct to provide distilled information and links to additional resources to enable the learner to pursue deeper interests in specific aspects of OER. Participants can print a certificate of completion at the end of the course. With this new platform, learners will be able to bookmark their progress and complete the course in multiple sessions. COL will also be able to develop a community of practice (CoP) in future around OER, based on the learner participation.
Tel.: +1 604 775 8200
Medical * Internship at Humanitas University in Sosnowiec
Location: Sosnowiec, Poland
Dates: will be stipulated separately in the presence of the group (approximately spring 2019)
Duration: 5 days
Cost of living: 20-32 zł / day (meals and transportation is organized by participants on their own)
Certificates for 108 hours will be issued upon completion of the internship.
* Individually organized internship in the pharmaceutical field in the presence of those who wish.
Location: Oslo, Norway
Dates: 22 June – 2 August 2019
Schedule and course combinations: it is possible to apply for up to two Bachelor’s courses or one Master’s course. Bachelor’s and Master’s courses cannot be combined. In addition you can follow an optional afternoon seminar.
Admission: admission to the Summer School requires that you meet academic and English language proficiency requirements. You do not have to currently be studying to participate.
Fees: USD 3,240 (on-campus fee); USD 1,325(Off-campus fee)
Housing: when you apply you must choose on- or off-campus housing. On-campus space is limited and we recommend applicants who wish to live on campus to apply early.
Scholarships: ISS offers a number of scholarships and grants for summer school participants.
Tel.: +47 22 85 63 85