|About||These awards enable our members to travel to centres of excellence outside their country of residence for periods of less than 12 months. These awards will also support a variety of other learning opportunities including taster weeks for junior doctors|
|Eligibility||Physicians Surgeons Travel Medicine Podiatric Medicine
All members of the College including Introductory Postgraduates, Associate and Affiliate Members, and Members of the Faculty of Travel Medicine and Podiatric Medicine.
|Value||£2,000 maximum per award; maximum of 16 awarded annually
Please note: these awards will generally not support attendance at year-long salaried posts or courses or conferences
|Award Reports|| Mr Zhi Yang Ng - September 2016
Mr Neil J. Cahoon - January 2016
Dr Rebecca Acquah - January 2016
Mr Andrew Bowey - January 2016
Mr Jibu John Joseph - May 2015
Dr Sanjay Gupta - February 2015
Dr Samira Bell - September 2014
Mr Vincent Yip - September 2014
Mr Alistair Preiss - September 2014
Miss Emily Baird - September 2014
Dr Ayman Fattoh - May 2014
Mr Thomas Handley - May 2014
Mr Faisal Hanif - May 2014
Mr Mark Frame - February 2014
Mr Michael Ng - February 2014
Dr Mario Teo - February 2014
The College awards up to 16 College Travelling Fellowships each year, to encourage the further education of younger Fellows and Members. These scholarships are intended to help our members travel to centres of excellence to gain invaluable experience.
These awards will also support a variety of other learning opportunities including taster weeks for junior doctors.
At least four scholarships each year will be allocated to Fellows and Members from overseas to apply for assistance to visit centres in the UK, provided that the applicants meet the other requirements for an award.
Scholarships are not intended to fund travel to meetings or to pay for training in the home country, which would normally be considered the responsibility of the employing authority. However, the Scholarship Committee will consider travel to a centre of excellence within the UK.
Funds provided should be used for travel and subsistence of the Member or Fellow and not family members. Awards are not expected to cover salary costs. Appropriate arrangements for study leave and continuation of salary must be made with the applicant′s employing authority.
Awards are limited to a maximum of £2,000 each and are therefore most suited to candidates wishing to visit overseas centres for between two and six weeks. The Scholarship Committee may consider a candidate who has obtained funds elsewhere but in most cases it is likely that we will be the sole sponsor.
Download and complete the application form and return the completed form to the address given. Make sure to include in your application:
- Your CV
- A letter of support from the your supervisor
- Confirmation from the centre you plan to visit that you will be welcome.
Successful applicants are required to submit a report within two months of completing the scholarship. Reports may be published here on the website and are retained in the College library.