Cyprus Biological Society (CBS) provides the opportunity for its members to participate in the FEBS Fellowships program. The FEBS Fellowships Program began in 1979. It has since become known as a very competitive and famous program. This was done thanks to the strict selection procedures and the package we offer to the partners.
As part of its commitment to supporting young scientists, FEBS offers both short-term and long-term Fellowships to members of its Constituent Societies, such as the Cyprus Biological Society (CBS), as well as Summer Fellowships to promising young students. FEBS also offers Fellowships designed exclusively for members of its Constituent Societies such as the Cyprus Biological Society (BEK) in some of FEBS’s disadvantaged countries.
The Fellowships are intended to allow members of its Constituent Societies such as the Cyprus Biological Society (CBS) working in one FEBS country to work in a laboratory in another FEBS country. Due to their young age, candidates for the Summer Fellowships do not need to be members of FEBS Constituent Societies such as the Cyprus Biological Society (CBS).
The long-term FEBS Fellowships are awarded to support long-term visits for scientific collaboration or advanced training. These Fellowships are initially granted for one year and can be renewed for another year up to a maximum of three years.
Candidates must be biologists who have obtained their doctorate in the last three (3) years.
In addition, applicants must be members of a FEBS Company, work in a laboratory in a FEBS country and seek work in a laboratory in another FEBS country.
Long-term FEBS Fellowships are currently awarded once a year.
You can find information about the Long-Term Fellowships on the FEBS website.
You will need to submit a Certificate of Membership of the Cyprus Biological Society (CBS).