SOCIETY FOR THE STUDY
OF INBORN ERRORS OF METABOLISM

Travel Bursary

Please Note:
This is NOT the Travel Scholarship Awards for the Annual SSIEM Symposium
For Travel Scholarship Awards for the Annual SSIEM Symposium see the Symposium Website
Applications for the Travel Scholarship Awards for the Annual SSIEM Symposium made via this page will be discarded by the SSIEM Office

ABOUT SSIEM TRAVEL BURSARY AWARDS
The Society invites applications for Travel Bursary Awards
This award may be used to enable the candidate to visit a centre of excellence for specific training or to attend conferences or meetings other than the SSIEM Symposium. For specific training the candidate must make the arrangements with the selected centre and provide confirmation that the centre is able to accept them. Any reasonable funding request will be considered for training.
For relevant conferences and meetings funding of up to approximately €1500 (One thousand five hundred Euro) for European candidates, and up to approximately €3000 (Three thousand Euro) for candidates outside Europe, will be considered.
Your application must be supported by a short statement (not more than 500 characters) of why you should be considered for funding.
We will also ask for the name and e-mail address of your Manager, Head of Department or Supervisor.
If attending a Training Centre please supply e-mail address of your host Supervisor.

DECISIONS
A decision will be made within approximately 6 weeks.
You may be asked for further information to support your application.

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