EFCE Announces 2017 Mobility Award

Sept. 15, 2016
Prize will honor chemical engineering student who has studied abroad

The European Federation of Chemical Engineering (EFCE), Brussels, now is accepting nominations for its Student Mobility Award. Chemical engineering students who are citizens of any European country represented in the EFCE and who have spent at least one semester studying in another country can enter. The award carries a prize of €2,000 (≈$2,250) as well as a travel stipend to attend the award presentation, which will occur during the 10th World Congress of Chemical Engineering in Barcelona, Spain, in October 2017.

Go here for more details on the award, including how to enter.

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