ERASMUS+ - The European Union's programme for education, training, youth and sport (2014-2020)
Erasmus+ is one of the most successful and well-known programmes of the European Committee, which has so far facilitated the mobility of more than 2.7 million university students in Europe. According to Erasmus students Erasmus experience also made it easier for them to find a job after graduation. 60% of Erasmus students are women and 80% of outgoing students are the first in the family to study abroad.
Erasmus Information booklet - good to know about Erasmus+ mobility
Information: Anett Tomózer, Faculty Erasmus coordinator, email@example.com
6th year students can apply for both of the grants.
Applications must be submitted in person to the Faculty Erasmus Coordinator, Anett Tomózer, at the International Relations and Erasmus Office. (Theoretical block, 1st floor). Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: 72 / 536-358
To apply for a contracted place from the list, please fill out the application form, send it to email@example.com in word format, and submit it as well to our office along with your documents that you collected based on the Evaluation criteria.
Application deadline: 5th March 2020 12:00
Please note that you have to apply ONLINE as well!!!!
Outgoing-deadline: 20th March 2020.
Students of the Medical School and the Faculty of Pharmacy do not need to upload any documents on the online application site. Only fill in your data and then mark the documents uploaded to submit the application.
German language oral test: (to be announced)
Venue: Main Building Anatomy Library
Attention! Pre-registration is required in our office for the German language oral-test!
Within the framework of the Erasmus+ mobility for traineeship, Medical School students have the opportunity to complete their sixth year internships at clinics that they contacted individually and do not have a contract with the University of Pécs. Application for a self-organized mobility is continuous.
You must fill in the Data sheet to apply. Before filling out, make sure to read the application terms and conditions found in the completion guide.
Attention!! The documentation must be submitted at least three months before departure, otherwise we will not be able to accept the application.
Applications must be submitted on outgoing.pte.hu as well. Further information can be found above.
Further information on the application can be obtained personally or via email at the Office for International Relations and Erasmus Programme from the Faculty Erasmus Coordinator, Anett Tomózer.
International Relations and Erasmus Office. (Theoretical block, 1st floor). Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: 72 / 536-358
According to the rules, the following departments of hospitals are considered to be accredited:
|Slovakia - Martin||Comenius University in Bratislava Jessenius Faculty of Medicine in Martin||for students in their 3rd and 4th year|
|Russia - St. Petersburg||North-Western State Medical University named after I.I. Mechnikov||for students in their 3rd and 4th year|
|Russia - Izhevsk||Izhevsk State Medical University||for students in their 3rd and 4th year|
See the application notice and form for 2021 below:
Deadline for applications: 9th November 2020 - 16.00
Templates for certificates - these templates serve only as guidelines, any other format is accepted provided the data presented are the same:
Guidelines for writing a CV and cover letter - these templates and guiding criteria are meant to be a help for applicants, there is no required format for CV-s and cover letters:
Application deadline: 9 November (Monday) 2020 - 16.00.
Interview date: 19 November (Thursday) 2020 - 15.30
Application deadline: 9 November (Monday) 2020 - 16.00
Interview date: 19 November (Thursday) 2019, 15.30
Application deadline: 9 November (Monday) 2020 - 16.00
The AAMC Visiting Student Learning Opportunities™ (VSLO™) program enables medical and public health students to pursue short-term learning opportunities in locations away from their home institutions. Program participants include medical and public health students and institutions in the U.S. and around the globe. For further details please consult AAMC-VSLO
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) created an iCollaborative collection of resources related to educational innovations, policies, and best practices within the health professions that support teaching and learning. Please scroll down to search the page for relevant courses. Clinical Teaching and Learning Experiences without Physical Patient Contact is a collection searchable by competency domain and by learner audience. Webinars on various topics are also available on the site.
In addition to the iCollaborative collection, MedEdPORTAL, AAMC’s online journal of teaching and learning resources has indexed resources developed during the COVID-19 pandemic. https://www.mededportal.org/virtual. At present, the following types of resources are included:
While attendees won’t have the chance to spend time together in unexpected elevator meetings or breakfast bar discussions, the many opportunities for even more attendees to participate and engage in invigorating plenary sessions and informative virtual roundtables will make the event important and useful for all.
For program details please visit the program site of the meeting.
Please register here
The YIGH series is a moderated forum for the Yale community and alumni to listen to and learn from some of today’s pivotal decision-makers in the world of global health and the COVID-19 pandemic. The events will also be open to the public.
For upcoming events, please visit Yale IGH sight.
VSLO and Weill Cornell Medicine-Qatar are launching a webinar series entitled COVID-19 Healthcare Education Series: A Global Perspective. The webinar series begin on Monday, October 5, and will take place every other Monday thereafter, culminating in a half-day virtual conference entitled A Catalyst for Change: Promoting Health Equity in Global Medical Education in the Post COVID-19 Era on Friday, December 4.
To register, please go to the registration site, which will require you to first sign-in to the portal. Please find a guide to complete these initial steps here. Please note that there is a $5 fee per session, and registration closes one day prior to the webinar. After registering, you will receive a unique link to join the webinar on the day of the presentation.
Any faculty or students are welcome to attend.
Monday, October 5: 15.00 – 16.30
Monday, October 19: 15.00 – 16.30
Monday, November 9: 15.00 – 16.30
Monday, November 23: 15.00 – 16.30
Friday, December 4: 15.00 – 19.00
The next session information can be found below:
Effective Remote Teaching and Online Learning in Medical Education, Monday, November 9th, 4:00 – 5:30 PM Doha time (GMT+3).
To find the time in your location, you may use this link.
A guide for signing in is also available.
The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) has launched a webinar series, Global Health Practice in the time of COVID: Finding Effectiveness in Your Personal & Professional World.
The series, designed for global health trainees and educators, answer important questions on how to optimize global health training and educational partnerships during the pandemic. Previous webinars are available on AAP’s YouTube channel.
Since 1925 the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) has established itself as one of the biggest organisations that encourage international exchange. DAAD membership numberes more than 230 higher education institutions and 120 student bodies.
The DAAD is a joint organisation of Germany’s higher education institutions and is responsible for promoting international academic relations, primarily through the exchange of students, academics and researchers. Its programmes are generally open to all disciplines and all countries and equally benefit foreigners and Germans.
For more information please visit the official DAAD website.
The Bordeaux Summer Schools are a unique opportunity for international talents to reinforce their skills, gain new knowledge and develop their professional network – all while making the most of Bordeaux during the summer months!
For further information, please consult
the brochure for Bordeaux Summer Schools 2020.
Summer School on Ophthalmology - June 2020
The North-Western State Medical University named after I.I.Mechnikov in Saint-Petersburg, Russia is launching online summer schools on medicine in English for international students. The first summer school will be on ophthalmology in June 2020, followed by courses on gastroenterology and cardiology among others. The courses will be online with University professors and “live” online lecturers with possibilities to ask questions, with practical tasks, online chats and etc.
Students get a certificate and 4 ECTS for this course. Tuition fee is around €70-80, depending on the currency rate. For more details and to register please contact: email@example.com
ARE YOU A STUDENT OR FRESH GRADUATE?
Are you looking to gain practical knowledge in healthcare technology and sharpen business skillsets?
If yes, we at Roche are looking for Hungarian-speaking trainees to be part of our Regional Customer Support Center EMEA (Roche RCSC) in Warsaw, Poland. Joining the traineeship, you will be integrated into a multinational team to assist our experts in solving varied scientific application and technical issues related to Roche’s advanced medical technologies currently utilized by hospitals and clinics across 7 countries. Through our work, we help doctors and healthcare professionals ensure stable laboratory workflows and recommend treatment solutions that deliver superior care to patients.
To apply, please send your CV in English to Mrs. Ha Annie Nguyen at firstname.lastname@example.org, with title “Traineeship, HU” specified in the email subject line. Kindly add email@example.com on Cc.
“BEHIND EVERY MACHINE THERE IS A PATIENT LIFE.” For further details please check this leaflet.
Calling Outstanding Young Scientists in Astronomy, Life Science and Medicine, and Mathematical Sciences!
Undergraduates, postgraduates and PhD graduates who are aged 35 or below and studying or conducting research in Astronomy, Life Science and Medicine, Mathematical Sciences or other closely related subjects are welcome to apply for the Hong Kong Laureate Forum and become one of the 200 selected young scientists to be inspired by world-renowned Shaw Laureates.
The HKLF was launched in May 2019 and is fully sponsored by Lee Shau Kee Foundation. The important partner of the HKLF is The Shaw Prize Foundation which organizes the annual international award The Shaw Prize.
To read flyer please click on the picture.