International Grant

STEAM Summer School International Grant

For the first time, the science communication STEAM Summer School has opened up international grants from select countries. The summer school marries science and art through practice. Expect case studies, field trips, science slams, networking, and theatre performances. STEAM takes a different approach, the programme does not only improve your writing and speaking skills but also covers the latest politics, theory, and management needs behind science communication. Do check out the grant conditions below and apply before the 22nd May.

What the grant offers
Free Registration to the STEAM Summer School in Greece 3–13 July.
Covers Accommodation costs in Golden Coast Hotel & Bungalows, Athens, Greece.
Covers travel costs as follows:

Travel Distances Amount
Between 10 and 99 km 20 EUR per participant
Between 100 and 499 km 180 EUR per participant
Between 500 and 1999 km 275 EUR per participant
Between 2000 and 2999 km 360 EUR per participant
Between 3000 and 3999 km 530 EUR per participant
Over 4000 km 530 EUR per participant

Grant Conditions
Applicants must come from one of the countries in this list that pays no more than 15 EUR:

Our applicants are usually university students or professionals, researchers, educators, science communication practitioners, and science journalists.

Those NOT eligible for the International Grant are students and researchers from any of the partner organisations:

  • University of Malta
  • Hochschule Rhein-Waal
  • Haaga-Helia University of Applied Sciences
  • University of Edinburgh
  • Science View
  • European Union of Science Journalists Association

Those affiliated with the above should apply for the main STEAM Summer School grant (NB: The 2017 main grant process has now ended. Please apply in 2018) .

Opens: Immediately
Closes: 22 May 2017 at 23:59 (midnight) UTC/GMT
International Grants awarded 7 June 2017

Please note – our system does not send confirmation emails.

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