Science on Stage Europe The European platform for science teachers

Travel scholarships for Teacher Exchange

Have you seen a project at the festival you especially like? Do you want to continue the exchange with an international colleague you met at the festival?

School teachers who met each other at the festival can apply for a travel scholarship to deepen the exchange or develop a new STEM project together. Science on Stage Europe provides a subsidy of up to 300 € for travel costs.

Aim of this exchange is to develop a new STEM project together which can be handed in as 'Joint Project' for the upcoming Science on Stage festival (see below).

To apply for the travel scholarship, please fill in the application form and send it to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address). The Executive Board will decide about your travel scholarship within a month after the deadline.

Travel scholarship applications can be handed in four times a year:

  • Deadline 1: 15 March
  • Deadline 2: 15 June
  • Deadline 3: 15 September
  • Deadline 4: 15 December

 

This is the procedure:

  •  Hand in your application in time (your chosen deadline needs to be at least one month before your travel date)
  • Acceptance by the Executive Board of Science on Stage Europe
  • Teacher exchange (in the school of one of the teachers)
  • Short report, photos, results and tickets (original) sent to Science on Stage Europe office
  • Science on Stage Europe refunds travel costs (max. 300€)

 

Before you apply we kindly ask you to please read the regulations and criteria for travel scholarships.  


>> Download application form 'Travel Scholarship / Teacher Exchange'

>> Download regulations and criteria for travel scholarships

 

Joint projects

Besides national delegations there will be several additional places at the Science on Stage festivals for teachers offering internationally developed projects, so called 'Joint Projects'.

The festival committee decides about the participation of joint projects. 

These projects should be from teachers who met at a European Science on Stage festival and decided to develop a project together.
For the evaluation the development or the progress of the project in the course of time must be obvious.

Bulgaria-Germany 2016

Netherlands-Spain 2016

Netherlands-UK 2016

Germany-Netherlands 2016

Greece-Romania 2016

Finland-Hungary 2015