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28.06.2018 | Финансовая поддержка для российских молодых ученых ранней карьеры на конгрессе UArctic 2018


IASC’s International Science Initiative in the Russian Arctic (ISIRA) are pleased to announce the availability of registration fee support for UArctic Congress 2018.


The support includes registration for 10 Russian Early career scientists (320 Euro per student). The costs will be reimbursed after the congress based on receipts that the selected student provides (unfortunately, upfront payment is not possible).


Requirements for the funding:

  • Bachelor, Master and PhD students from the Russian institutions should have a proof of full-time student status (ID card or letter from your institution or program director) provided with the registration
  • Accepted abstract to present at the Scientific Program
  • The applicant should not have received IASC support in the past 18 months

Please submit your application or related questions to the email: congress.science@uarctic.org. In the Email Subject please state “Your name, IASC student fellowship application”. Free form application should include the title of your accepted abstract and your contact information. Please attach a short 1 page CV with information about your education, working experience, and the number of publications with your application.


Application deadline is July 8th, 2018 at 23:59 GMT. Late applications will not be considered. No exceptions will be made.

-Scientific Committee of the UArctic Congress 2018