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Towards improved quality in organic food production

- 5th Intl QLIF Training and Exchange workshop


Bursaries for young scientists

For young scientists who have insufficient funds available for covering the total expenses for this workshop, eight bursaries are available.

Four of these bursaries are reserved for junior scientists from EU and four for junior scientists from accession countries.

The criteria are:
  • Junior researcher, exceptional BSc or equivalent degree or relevant work or research experience in food production related disciplines
  • Less then 5 years work experience after first degree
  • Interest in low input food production
  • Little experience in low input food production

Need for bursary must be described.

Each bursary has a maximum of € 760 for registration fee and for other expenses (travel, hotel).

Reimbursement will take place by international bank transfer after sending in receipts of costs following the workshop.

>> The application form is available here

This form should be sent to Dave Whittock (Dave.Whittock@nefg.net) before 14th December 2008.

The reimbursement form will be handed over during the workshop.

For any questions about the bursaries, please contact Dave Whittock (Dave.Whittock@nefg.net), University of Newcastle.

Towards improved quality in organic food production

5th International QLIF Training and Exchange workshop


Introduction

Preliminary programme

Location and hotels

Cost and registration

Bursaries