EFCE Seeks Entrants for Student Mobility Award

July 22, 2014
Prizes will go to students who have studied at least one semester abroad

The European Federation of Chemical Engineering, Brussels, Belgium, is looking for chemical engineering students to enter its biennial Student Mobility Award.

EFCE will award a €2,000 first prize, a €1,500 second prize and a €1,000 third prize to the best chemical engineering students who have spent one or more semesters studying  abroad. The prizes will be presented at the 10th European Congress of Chemical Engineering, which will take place in Nice, France, from Sept. 26 to Oct. 1, 2015. This will be the sixth time the award will have been bestowed.

To qualify, the chemical engineering student must be a citizen of a country in which the EFCE is represented. For details about entering, check: http://www.efce.info/Student_Mobility_Award.html.

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