IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR 2020 GRANT RECIPIENTS
The European Society of Ophthalmology (SOE) is committed to promoting good health and minimizing risk in all our activities.
Due to these unprecedented times regarding COVID-19, the Educational Chairman has agreed that any SOE 2020 Educational and Teacher Grant Recipients who are unable to use their grant in 2020 will be able to arrange a placement in 2021. We are keeping anyone that may have been affected by COVID-19 in our thoughts and we wish all our colleagues across Europe and internationally good health.
SOE Resident Educational Grant
Please note that you should not contact the clinic or hospital you would like to visit while applying for the grant. We will only ask you to contact the clinics or hospital if you have been selected for the SOE Educational Grant, in which case we will give you further information.
Grant applications are only accepted through application on the webpage. Residents can only receive ONE grant and should not apply if they have already received a Grant in any previous year.
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SOE Teacher Grants
SOE wishes to strengthen links among teachers across Europe and their teaching institutions. To stimulate these links, SOE is pleased to offer a programme of 10 grants and welcomes teachers in active residency training roles in the institutions of Eastern Europe to apply for this programme. The programme is intended either as 2 week or 4 week visits to one of the teaching centres on the SOE list. SOE only supports educators that are actively involved with residency training either in University Hospitals, County teaching hospitals or in private settings with formal residency education programmes. SOE will support the successful candidates with a stipend of 500 EUR. It is up to the applicant to make up this choice based on their availability and agreements with the centre they wish to visit. A short report to the SOE will be required after their return.Apply for a teacher grant