International Scholarship Awards
We award 30 International Scholarships to young gastroenterologists, aged 40 and below. Awardees get free registration for UEG Week (including the Postgraduate Teaching Programme) and €1000 to cover travel expenses related to UEG Week.
The scholarships are restricted to citizens of countries with a Human Development Index (HDI) of less than 0.8 according to the Human Development Report.
Application is closed.
Applicants will be informed about the status of their application by the end of April, 2019.
Dorina Osmanaj, Albania
Nour Djabri, Algeria
Sukanta Chandra Das, Bangladesh
Aliaksandr Patseika, Belarus
Zornitsa Kerezova, Bulgaria
Salma ElRay, Egypt
Walaa Hashem, Egypt
Ahmed Mansour, Egypt
Mariam Zaghloul, Egypt
Tamar Pirtskhalaishvili, Georgia
Hrushikesh Chaudhari, India
Radhika Chavan, India
Jasminder Kaur Karnail Singh, Malaysia
Adil Ait errami, Morocco
BK Shyam Kumar, Nepal
Aminu Aliyu mansa, Nigeria
Kamal Muhammad Mustafa, Pakistan
Omar Abualayan, State of Palestine
Jose Guillain Cataluna, Philippines
Sara Nikolic, Serbia
Ahmed Almradi, South Africa
Senarath Kuleesha Kodisinghe, Sri Lanka
Amorrnnivit Kanokwanvimol, Thailand
Hammami Aya, Tunisia
Tolga Düzenli, Turkey
Khrystyna Kvit, Ukraine
Yana Lukianenko, Ukraine
Oksana Popova, Ukraine
Jamolkhon Kayumov, Uzbekistan
- must be a citizen of a country with a HDI of less than 0.8 according to the Human Development Report 2017.
- must be either a young gastroenterologist or a fellow in training; applicants with a full professor title will not be accepted
- must be 40 years of age or younger at the time of the meeting (born October 19, 1979 or later; add two years to age limit per child as main carer)
- the grant can only be awarded once to the same individual