Connecting European Neuroscience

Why your MSc or PhD programme should join NENS

With over 160 members schools and programmes, representing over 5,000 neuroscience graduate students and ca. 2,500 teachers and senior researchers, NENS offers a powerful voice and lobby at the European level.

Our shared experiences and the establishment of a mutual support in terms of neuroscience education and of research means that every programme can optimise its quality, recruitment potential and output.
As a whole this renders Europe and extremely attractive basis for completing neuroscience degrees at the graduate level, and pursuing a postgrdaute career on the European continent due to the transparent presentation of the various educational opportunities.

Benefits to NENS programmes:

-   exchange best practices with other NENS programmes by participating in NENS General Meetings;

-   receive regular updates on higher education, training activities and support provided by FENS and its partners announced via the FENS website;

-  eligibility to apply for FENS and IBRO-PERC financial support to organise a course;

-   feature the programme to a wide international audience by participating in the NENS Graduate School Fair at the FENS Forum.

How to register with NENS?

-   To become a member of NENS and be included in the NENS Programme Directory, you just have to:

                  - Fulfill the NENS eligibility criteria;

                  - Submit an online programme request to join NENS.

The CHET Committee will assess your programme request based on the NENS eligibility criteria, and you will receive a response to your application within maximum 2 weeks.

-   No membership fee is required.

Contact us at nens@fens.org

 

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NENS exchange grants available

The NENS exchange grants are intended for master and PhD students registered within NENS member schools or programmes. Applicants are expected to spend a period of one to three months at a NENS member school of their choice in a different European country for the purpose of methodological training. Application deadlines: 15 April and 15 October.

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