Application, Fees and Grants
We welcome applications from anywhere in the world. We have grants and scholarships for applicants who have no other means of financing the Summer Course. Please, see grants paragraph in this section for more information.
All registrations must be received before 1 June.
Grant application deadline: 14 May 2023. Apply here.
|Standard fee||€ 2.350,-||Full standard fee for one Summer Course.|
|Young scientists’ fee||€ 1.650,-||Reduced fee for applicants who graduated from their first MSc or MD degree less than 5 years before the date of application.|
Accommodation is provided for the duration of the course, breakfast included. During these courses, there will be an Italian buffet for the morning coffee breaks and lunches. Please note that there is a limited number of hotel rooms available at the course venue and rooms will be assigned on the basis of first come, first served.
Grants and stipends are intended for highly motivated young scientists with limited resources, who receive no other financial support from third parties (for example employer or sponsor). The allocation decision will be made based on your personal motivation for undertaking the Summer Course, and your future plans in affective neuroscience in general, as well as your socio-economic background: the Board hopes to help those who are at a disadvantage for realizing their plans in affective neuroscience.
The following grants will be awarded for the Summer Course 2023:
- FENS and IBRO-PERC Stipend: FENS and IBRO-PERC provide 5 stipends of € 750 for master and/or PhD students based in Europe interested in attending this course. Through these stipends FENS and IBRO-PERC aim to encourage and promote international experience of students; hence, students that are currently residing or studying in the Netherlands or in Belgium are not eligible for a FENS and IBRO-PERC stipend for this course.
- One Spinoza grant of €1000 is offered by the European Accreditation Committee in CNS (EACIC).
The grant is intended for highly motivated young scientists with limited resources, who receive no other financial support. To be eligible you must be a young scientist, i.e. graduated from your first MSc or MD no more than 5 years before the start of the academic year and you do not receive financial support from third parties (for example employer or sponsor) for the tuition fee.
To apply for one of the above you do not have to register, however, if you will join this course even if you will not be granted by a travel grant, please register to "reserve" your spot and if you will be granted you will have a reduction on the fee you've paid.
Indicate for which grant you would like to apply by sending us (1)a letter of motivation detailing your interest in affective neuroscience and your future career plans related to affective neuroscience, and (2)supporting evidence of your past experience in the field (CV) via e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Applications must be received by the Executive Office before May 14. Applications received after this date and/or incomplete applications will not be considered. The decision of the committee will be announced before 5 June.
The information supplied on this page may be subject to change. No rights can be derived from the content of this page. The grants regulations as determined by the Board are available at the Executive Office.
Cancellations made 25 days or more in advance of the event date will receive a 100% refund. Cancellations made within 15 days will receive a 50% refund. Cancellations made after 15 days before the event or ‘No Shows’ will not receive a refund.
Summer School on Affective Neuroscience 2023Registration website for Summer School on Affective Neuroscience 2023
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