• Applicants must write an application letter (no more than 1.5 A4 pages) justifying why they should receive funding to attend their targeted training course, workshop, field work or sampling campaign. The letter should cover the following aspects: a. How the activity relates to and supports you in your marine research career; b. How your participation is in line with EuroMarine objectives (this does not apply to Ukrainians participants);
  • Applicants must complete and sign a declaration form. Please note: a. Applicants are required to contact their EuroMarine Member Organisation representative to approve their application prior to submission and have their supervisor/manager or EuroMarine Member Organisation representative countersign the declaration. b. Ukrainian participants are required to contact their scientific supervisor to approve their application prior to submission and have their supervisor countersign the declaration. c. A scanned copy of the signed declaration form should be attached to the application email.
  • Applications must be submitted by email to fellowships@euromarinenetwork.eu before the specified closing date. All applications will receive a confirmation email acknowledging submission.
  • Proposals will be evaluated by the EuroMarine Early Career Research Group, OYSTER. Funding will be subject to official acceptance onto the course and will be granted by EuroMarine and OYSTER through the EuroMarine Association
  • Funding is conditional on acceptance to and participation in the activity.

Evaluation Procedure: Proposals will be assessed by OYSTER, the EuroMarine Early Career Researcher group. Funding will be subject to official acceptance onto the course and will be granted by EuroMarine and OYSTER through the EuroMarine Association.