The Network of European Neuroscience Schools (NENS) represents over 150 graduate schools and programs across 30 European countries that offer Masters, MD and PhD degrees in neuroscience. To access the NENS program directory, click here.
Are you a student in a NENS program who would like to gain international experience?
The NENS Stipends are intended for MSc and PhD students registered at NENS member schools. Applicants are expected to spend a period of one to three months at a NENS member school of their choice, in a different European country, for the purpose of methodological training. Applicants have the possibility to either conduct an individually-arranged internship at a NENS lab or take part in organized courses offered by NENS programs.
Stipends will cover travel and accommodation costs up to 2,000€.
For application forms and details please visit the NENS Stipends page of the FENS website or contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Overall, my training stay at Ghent University was extremely interesting and productive. Despite an intensive training, learning a lot of new techniques for analyzing iEEG data, and piloting a new experimental design, I also enjoyed meeting new colleagues, to learn about their work, and have interesting discussions with different members of the department. Furthermore, I had the opportunity to attend a Social Neuroscience Symposium held in Brussels while I was doing my training stay in Ghent.” Leonie Koban, trainee 2011
Next deadline is October 15th, 2013