SCHOLARSHIPS

The European Association of Personality Psychology (EAPP) will offering 20 scholarships to support postgraduate students and early career researchers who have limited access to financial resources to attend the ECP20.

The scholarships will be grant in two categories:


  • 10 scholarships will be awarded for postgraduate students and early career researchers who are in need for financial support in order to attend the conference. Eligible candidates are participants from LIE (low income economies), LMIE (lower-middle income economies), UMIE (upper-middle income economies), or another Central or Eastern European country which was not included in the above categories, but which belongs to the former communists states (Eastern bloc). For an updated classification of countries based on their income, see here the latest classification found on the World Bank official website.
  • 10 scholarships will be awarded for postgraduate students and early career researchers based on significant results in research and publication. Quality of submitted abstract will be evaluate.

Application Process


Applications must include the following:


  • Name, address, telephone number, email address of the person applying and the name of the university department

  • Curriculum vitae

  • Certificate of postgraduate student status (a photocopy of a valid student identification card or other form of valid student identification must be attached to the application)

  • Copy of the abstract submitted according to the ECP20 guidelines


Applications should be sent at the conference e-mail address before March 29th 2020. A participant is not entitled to more than two consecutive scholarships.

The scholarship will consist of 250€ support in travel costs, and a waiver of the (reduced) conference fee.

 

 

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