EMAS Bursaries

Student Bursaries. 
 A number of EMAS bursaries are available to student members of the Society. They include a free student registration and free accommodation package for the duration of the EMAS Workshop (in a shared twin room) in a hotel assigned by the Workshop. The conditions for the award of an EMAS bursary are as follows:

- the applicant must submit an abstract for a poster contribution;
- the applicant must be a student member of EMAS;
- a letter from the applicant's supervisor supporting the application must accompany the abstract.

Technician Bursaries. 
 A number of EMAS grants are available to technician members of the Society. They include a free student registration and free accommodation package for the duration of the EMAS Workshop (in a shared twin room) in a hotel assigned by the Workshop. The conditions for the award of an EMAS bursary are as follows:

- the applicant must submit an abstract for a poster contribution;
- the applicant must be a member of EMAS and < 30 years of age at time of application;
- a letter from the applicant's line manager supporting the application must accompany the abstract.


The quality and relevance of the work presented in the abstract are the main criteria on which successful applications will be judged. A maximum of two EMAS Bursaries per person can be awarded.

All bursary recipients must provide a report, for publication in EMAS News, on the workshop at which they have participated.

EMAS Grants

A number of EMAS grants are available to student members of the Society for attendance at non-EMAS workshops. Eligible students must have previously attended an EMAS workshop prior to application. Value of the grant is a maximum of €400 to be reclaimed against conference fees, travel and subsistence expenses after the workshop. Applications for EMAS grants must include an abstract for presentation (poster or platform) which has been submitted to the workshop organizers. Letters of support from supervisors must accompany the application to be made in writing to the Secretariat.

The quality and relevance of the work presented in the abstract are the main criteria on which successful applications will be judged. A maximum of one EMAS Grant per person can be awarded.

Prior to payment of the award, recipients will write a report on the workshop for publication in EMAS News.