MOBILITY FUND

Mobility Fund for PEC 2019 participants

The EISA mobility fund will support 35 participants at PEC 2019 with a travel grant of 400 EUR.

 

How to apply

You can apply for the Mobility Fund while you will be doing your PEC registration. You will firstly need  to download the Mobility Fund form, fill it in and send it to the registration@eisapec19.org.

 

The registration for Mobility Fund is now closed.

 

What are the eligibility criteria?

Firstly, you have to be an EISA member at the time of the application. Secondly, you will be asked to confirm that you do not have any other alternative financial source for this event. Additionally, there will be other criteria which will need to be filled in.

 

What does Mobility Fund cover?

The Mobility Fund can cover your travel expenses, accommodation, registration fee, local transportation and food.

 

How are the receivers of Mobility Fund selected?

The mobility grants are distributed followingly: one grant is earmarked for participants from each of the following regions: African, Asian-Pacific, Central and Eastern European region, Western European region, South and Central American; and finally North American region (please click here to find the full list of countries). Grants available beyond these will be distributed randomly to the entire pool of eligible applicants.

 

Could I get the Mobility Fund in advance?

No, you will get the grant during your on-the-spot registration in Sofia.

 

**Please kindly note that your application for Mobility Fund will be accepted only after your registration for PEC 2019 is finalized.

 

For further question, please contact our registration department registration@eisapec19.org or EISA Office at info@eisa-net.org.

 

Mobility and Inclusion

"EISA is an inclusive association. It encourages, facilitates and supports the participation of persons who are disadvantaged for reasons related for example to their gender, race, physical characteristics, religion, socio-economic, cultural or national situation. The aim to be inclusive is reflected in all EISA activities, including in its conference panels, workshops and Exploratory Symposia. Initiatives such as the no-all-male event rule or the organization of childcare at core EISA events support this aim. Inclusion is also a core criterion determining the allocation of funding and positions related to EISA activities."