The EFNS offers up to 200 bursaries consisting of free registration to the congress and four nights hotel accommodation to European neurologists under the age of 35 who are not yet in a permanent position and whose abstract has been accepted. 20 of these bursaries will be awarded for papers on movement disorders through a grant funded jointly by the EFNS and the Movement Disorder Society-European Section (MDS-ES). The bursary applications for papers on movement disorders will be reviewed by MDS-ES and EFNS.
The EFNS is pleased to inform that it is also possible for young colleagues from EFNS Associate member societies (Algeria, Egypt, Lebanon, Libya, Jordan, Morocco, Tunisia and Syria) to apply for bursaries.
In addition, the EFNS invites African neurologists from Sub-Saharan countries belonging to the HINARI band 1 list of countries as established by WHO (http://www.who.int/hinari/eligibility/en/) to apply for a bursary.
Applications must be accompanied by a copy of your passport showing your date of birth, as well as your abstract submission confirmation number.
Applications for bursaries will only be considered if submitted by the time of abstract submission deadline. Applications for bursaries will no longer be accepted.
Bursary recipients will be selected on the basis of abstract evaluation by the Congress Programme Committee.
Applicants who have been granted a bursary will be informed well before elapse of the early registration fee deadline.