This is to bring to your notice that the application window for the IFCN Education Scholarships for Young Clinical Neurophysiologists in Africa & Developing Countries, Canada 2022-23, is now open for interested and qualified applicants.
Listed below are the summarized points you need to note about the IFCN Education Scholarships:
- Funding is partial
- They take all courses at accredited Universities.
- International students are eligible
- All research and training students are eligible
The International Federation of Clinical Neurophysiologists (IFCN) is happy to offer three education grants for young clinical neurophysiologists.
The International Federation of Clinical Neurophysiology (IFCN) is happy to announce the availability of education scholarships to assist clinical neurophysiology training for applicants who do not have access to comparable training in their native country. For one-year fellowships, the highest payment will be $25,000, with shorter fellowships receiving correspondingly less.
Application deadline is July 15, 2022.
The IFCN Education Scholarships for Young Clinical Neurophysiologists in Africa & Developing Countries, Canada 2022-23 is a scheme that looks to reward high-achieving internationals, and it is only available for the course below:
- All courses
Students from the following nationalities are eligible for IFCN Education Scholarships
- Africa and Developing countries
Scholarship Award Benefit
All of the following will be provided by the university:
- Scholarships for education and research total $25,000 USD.
The IFCN Education Scholarships for Young Clinical Neurophysiologists in Africa & Developing Countries, Canada 2022-23, is primarily for research and training programs.
Number of Awards
All applicants must meet the following criteria to be considered for the IFCN Education Scholarships 2022 for Young Clinical Neurophysiologists in Africa & Developing Countries, Canada 2022-23:
- For members from non-affiliated nations, membership in an IFCN member society or the International Clinical Neurophysiology Society (ICNS) is required.
- Applicants who have completed at least two years of core medical training (e.g., neurology, rehabilitative medicine, or clinical neurophysiology) are favored.
- Intention to return to their home nation following the fellowship time
- There are no age restrictions.
- Training scope and duration:
- Any branch of clinical neurophysiology, including general and specific/specialized procedures, for which there are no training possibilities in their own country.
- When feasible, applicants should pick training centers within their own Chapter.
- Training lasts a minimum of three months and a maximum of one year.
- Candidates must contact the education mentor directly to request permission to participate in the fellowship.
- (Section III of the application form must be completed by the mentor.)
- Successful candidates will be chosen by the IFCN Education Committee. The decision will be communicated to applicants by August 15, 2022.
- The following responsibilities would be required of the successful candidate:
- Negotiate the fellowship’s specific dates with the host institution. Within one year of earning the prize, the fellowship should begin.
- The fellowship is anticipated to be completed without interruption, however exceptions will be considered if unusual circumstances occur.
- The successful candidate must submit a report within a month of completing the fellowship and again after a year.
- The selected candidate will be requested to outline their future intentions for contributing to IFCN and their field.
- The winning candidate undertakes to help and enable the prize to be promoted in different media venues, including social media.
- 6 awards were given out (3 for each scholarship)
To apply, all arranged and organized steps have been highlighted below for the IFCN Education Scholarships for Young Clinical Neurophysiologists in Africa & Developing Countries, Canada 2022-23:
- Applicants must fill out one of the application forms below:
- Application for an IFCN Education Fellowship (open to all)
- Africa for Africans Awards (IFCN) (open to applicants from Africa applying for training at an African centre)
- In addition, the following proof must be sent with the application forms:
- Proof of relevant medical education
- a copy of your passport or other government-issued identification
- a letter of recommendation from your alma mater
- Acceptance letter from the supervisor/mentor at the host institution
- For members from non-affiliated nations, a certificate of membership in an IFCN member society or the International Clinical Neurophysiology Society (ICNS) is required.
- Information for Submissions
- The application deadline is July 15, 2022. (date of receipt). All supporting documentation and the application must be presented in English, the IFCN’s official language.
- Please submit your application and any other needed papers to the IFCN Secretariat at email@example.com.
- Please contact Catherine Lamoureux, IFCN Program Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Please click the IFCN Education Scholarships 2022 for Young Clinical Neurophysiologists in Africa & Developing Countries, Canada 2022-23, Germany 2022-23, to begin your application.
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