Scholarships

There are several scholarship opportunities available for M. Sc. Laboratory Animal Science at RWTH Aachen University. You should start looking for an appropriate scholarship as soon as possible. Please find below some institutions offering scholarships especially for veterinarians as well as general scholarship possibilites.

Scholarships for Veterinarians

This Grant is available to individuals from European countries/areas in the process of developing modern standards of animal care and use. The objective of the grants is to acquire new knowledge and/or technical competences in the care and use of laboratory animals. This can be achieved in one of the host institutions proposed by ICLAS or in an institution proposed by the applicant.

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ICLAS supports, in collaboration with FELASA, proposals for helping those who aim to be instrumental in the establishment of courses for any of the EU functions according to the Directive 2010/63/EU (or equivalent requirements in countries out of the European Union). Preference is given to applicants from European countries with higher need to develop a well-established education and training system.  The activity is designed with the mid or long-term goal of producing a training course that eventually fulfils FELASA accreditation requirements.

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The ICLAS (International Council for Laboratory Animal Science) program offers scholarships to enable veterinarians who live in areas without access to training and who lack the necessary funds to complete training programs.

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Individual scientists, who wish to attend courses in laboratory animal science and welfare, can apply for bursaries from LAL (Laboratory Animals Limited).

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The LAMA (Laboratory Animal Management Association) Foundation Scholarship fund is used to provide qualified applicants with financial assistance. These funds may be used for tuition to attend accredited universities, colleges or vocational trade Schools.

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On the GV-solas website there is a list of possible fundings to support the 3R