14 November, 2019
Membership grants are – together with conference abstract submissions –
often the first point of contact for students with the EAGE and EAGE Student
Fund. EAGE membership grants give students the opportunity to get
involved with the association and gain access to number of projects and
resources otherwise not available.
With 2019 coming to a close, the EAGE Student Fund looks back at a year of
continued global presence and spread of student membership grants.
European students still make up the largest group of recipients, with Asia
Pacific, Africa and Latin America following suit. In total, the ESF was able to
reach 60 countries worldwide. We are pleased to see the involvement from
students globally with strong involvement coming from outside of Europe.
ESF membership grants 2020
Student membership grants will be available for the upcoming membership
year for eligible students. If you are new to the EAGE and interested to
apply for a grant, we encourage you to learn more on the EAGE student
pages. We want to thank our supporters from the EAGE community to help
fund these membership grants to the global student community.
2019 ESF grant recipients
For the recipients of 2019 membership grants are encourages to remain
involved in the year(s) to come. Renew your membership, or make sure to
investigate the opportunities for a student chapter at your institution to
build on your earlier involvement.