Three University Student Fellowships – of 2,000 euros each – are available from the European Physical Society [EPS] in 2012. The EPS fellowships are given to promising young physics students in recognition of academic excellence. Applicants should be enrolled, at a European institution, in a physics – or related – degree course at the Masters level (second cycle: post-Bachelor, pre-PhD), or equivalent. Third cycle students and previous EPS fellowship recipients are not eligible. Successful applicants will spend a period of at least three months at a university of their choice, in a different European country to where they are enrolled.
The deadline for applications is 15 May 2012.
For more information on the fellowships, and how to apply, please visit the European Physical Society website.
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