Polish Scholarships for ESSCE
Polish Scholarships for ESSCE
Summer School 2020 now cancelled
We have taken the difficult decision to cancel the 2020 Edinburgh Summer School in Clinical Education. If you have paid, you have the option to be refunded in full or to carry your payment over to next year. If you have registered, your place will be kept for ESSCE 2021. We hope that you stay safe and well and that we can see you in 2021. Please feel free to contact us via email@example.com for more information.
Call for Applications – Edinburgh Clinical Education Summer School
The Polish School of Medicine Memorial Fund supports a thriving scholarship programme which enables successful applicants to undertake a period of further study or research at The University of Edinburgh Medical School and related institutions.
A total of 6 scholarships are available. The scholarship will cover the cost of the course fee and up to 7 nights’ accommodation (from Sunday 9th August to the morning of Saturday 15th August 2020) in a standard room at Pollock Halls of Residence on a bed &breakfast basis.
The programme is open to Polish medical scientists
- in their early career (usually within 10 years of their medical graduation - MB ChB equivalent)
- working in Polish Medical Academies/Universities and Research Institutes
- with excellent mastery of English and
- committed to the further development of expertise in medical education in Poland. Note: The expectation and intention of the founders of the Polish School of Medicine Memorial Fund Scholarship Programme is that successful applicants should return to their units/ departments in Poland on completion of their attachment/studies, use their new found skills to further enhance and develop Polish medicine and thus foster academic links between Polish Medical Universities and Research Institutes and The University of Edinburgh.
The Edinburgh Summer School Clinical Education The Edinburgh Summer School in Clinical Education (ESSCE) is a week long course of interactive workshops to develop your skills around teaching, learning and assessment, with enough theory to give you the tools and the confidence to lead change, evaluate developments and ensure excellence in your future practice. Candidates are expected to attend the entire course. As stated above the course dates for 2020 are 10th -14th August 2020
How to apply: applications should be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org
PLEASE NOTE: The closing date is Tuesday 31st March 2020, late Applications will NOT be considered
Application Procedure: Candidates should supply the following letters/ documents in support of their application:
- an up to date Curriculum Vitae in English giving sufficient information about the their achievements and particularly their teaching experience to date so that an informed decision about their suitability can be made. A list merely giving dates, hospital names and job titles is not acceptable;
- verified* copy of the diploma issued by the University or other body granting the applicant’s medical qualification;
- verified* copy of the IELTS certificate or other certificate being submitted as evidence of satisfactory mastery of the English language. Note: Language skills may be assessed by Skype or telephone interview for those who are fluent in English but do not have a certificate to submit as evidence;
- a personal statement of no more than 500 words indicating why they wish to apply for this scholarship and the likely benefit of participating in the course to them and their medical university should they be successful with their application;
- a letter of support preferably written in English from the Rector/Vice-Rektor of the applicant’s Medical University /Research Institute in Poland.
- a signed statement indicating that they will write and submit a short report of their experience on the course within 1 month of its completion.
* “verified” means that the copy of the document is a true copy of the original. Confirmation from their Dean or Rektor’s Office will be accepted.
Polish Documents do not require to be translated into English in this instance.
For enquiries about applying for the scholarship, please contact:
Dr Maria Dlugolecka-Graham MBE
Polish School of Medicine Coordinator for The University of Edinburgh
College of Medicine & Veterinary Medicine The University of Edinburgh,
Room SU205, Chancellors Building
49 Little France Crescent
Edinburgh EH16 4SB UK