RIS Fellowships Workshop in Poland

17 April 2019 North-East On the 14th May, University of Warsaw and EIT Food CLC North-East will organize a Workshop for students in Warsaw. The workshop will be held at Centre for Innovation and Technology Transfer Management of Warsaw University of Technology (CZIiTT PW) and will be exclusively available for registered applicants. For more information www.eitfoodrisfellowships.eu

RIS Fellowships Workshop in Poland

On the 14th May, University of Warsaw and EIT Food CLC North-East will organise a Workshop for students in Warsaw. The event is a crucial stage of RIS Fellowship Project and its main objective is initial evaluation of candidates. The workshop will be held at Centre for Innovation and Technology Transfer Management of Warsaw University of Technology (CZIiTT PW) and will be exclusively available for registered applicants.

Project enhances the innovativeness of personnel in the agri-food industry and targets candidates from all EIT RIS countries. RIS Fellowships candidates will apply academic knowledge in practical real problematic situations of the EIT consortium companies. Internships offered will be based on the individual programmes focused on the intern’s profile and ongoing activities in the companies. The selection process of candidates is implemented as an open call, using clear and transparent selection criteria.

For more information on the Project and application procedure please visit: www.eitfoodrisfellowships.eu 

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