Application For Short-Term Fellowships for International Students, 2022 Now Open

Application For Short-Term Fellowships for International Students, 2022 Now Open

Short-Term Fellowships for International Students, 2022


Fellowships for International Students on a Short-Term Basis, 2022

The Short-Term Fellowships for the academic year 2022-2023 have been announced by the Federation of European Biochemical Societies.

FEBS Short-Term Fellowships are given to high-potential candidates for scientific collaboration, advanced training, or the application of methodologies.

The Federation of European Biochemical Societies (FEBS), which was founded on January 1, 1964, has grown to become one of Europe's largest organizations in the molecular life sciences, with over 35,000 members in over 35 biochemistry and molecular biology societies (known as 'Constituent Societies') across Europe and neighboring regions.

FEBS lends a voice to a significant percentage of Europe's academic research and teaching communities as a grass-roots organization.

What makes you want to apply for the program? FEBS promotes and supports biochemistry, molecular biology, cell biology, and molecular biophysics, as well as allied research disciplines, through its periodicals, Congresses, Advanced Courses, Fellowships, and other initiatives.

Scientific exchange and collaboration between scientists working in other nations, as well as the development of early-career scientists, are prioritized in a number of programs.

Application Deadline: Applicants may submit their applications at any time.

A short description

Federation of European Biochemical Societies is a university or an organization.

Department: Not Applicable

Postdoctoral level of study

Travel expenses are covered by the award.

NA (number of awards)

Online mode of access

International nationality

The award can be accepted anywhere in Europe.


Countries that are eligible to apply: Applications are welcomed from all over the world.

Courses or Subjects Eligible: The scholarship will be awarded in any of the university's subjects.

Eligibility Criteria: Applicants must meet all of the following/given criteria to be considered eligible:

These fellowships are for short-term visits (no more than two or three months in exceptional situations) for scientific collaboration, advanced training, or the use of techniques not available at the typical site of work.

Scientists with a PhD degree earned within the last six years are usually the best candidates.

How to Make an Application

Application Instructions: Applicants must fill out an online application form to apply.

Documents to Support: Please send in the following documents:

A detailed outline of the study proposal on no more than two A4-sized pages of single-spaced prose, organized under the headings:

nature of the work and outline of the proposed experiments; why it is necessary to travel to a laboratory in another country to complete the work; why the specific laboratory was chosen, including a list of relevant publications (up to five) from the host laboratory; why the project will take the time period requested.

A brief curriculum vitae with a list of publications in the manner specified by the FEBS Journal's references. It is not necessary to include abstracts.

The appointed head of the host institute or department signs the host acceptance, which is countersigned by the leader of the research group (s)

A letter of recommendation from a referee.

A dated letter from the appropriate FEBS Constituent Society verifying the applicant's membership and stating the date the applicant joined the Society. The letter should be scanned and uploaded together with the rest of the files.

Applicants must hold a PhD or have published at least one paper as the lead author in an international scientific journal to be considered for admission.

Language Requirement: Applicants must be fluent in English, both written and spoken.


Short-Term Fellowships are meant to support solely the Fellow's living and travel expenses; dependants' expenses are not covered. A daily sustenance stipend of €90 is provided.


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