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Apply Now: Bursaries to attend the PPI Summer School

Do you want to attend the PPI summer school in Limerick in June?
Bursaries are available for UCD PhD students and Postdocs- (opens in a new window)apply by 13 May 2024 .

About UL's PPI Summer School

The (opens in a new window)University of Limerick's PPI Summer School is a mix of keynote talks and interactive workshops. It is suitable for anyone new to public and patient involvement (PPI) and for those who are more experienced.

It is held at the University of Limerick.

About the bursaries

The PPI Ignite Network @ UCD has a number of bursaries available for UCD early career researchers (PhD students and postdocs) to attend the summer school and improve their knowledge of PPI. 

The bursary includes:
  • registration
  • on-campus accommodation at the University of Limerick (2 nights: 16th-18th June).
  • Maximum of €75 per person that can be claimed via receipted expenses for travel to attend the summer school. 
The selection of recipients for the bursaries will be via lottery. 

How to Apply

  • Applications are only accepted via (opens in a new window)this form
  • All applications must be submitted before 1pm, 13th of May 2024 (Irish Time).
  • PhD students must be registered at UCD and have their supervisor's permission to apply and attend.
  • Postdocs must be employed by UCD and have their line manager's permission to apply and attend.

Conference Details

Date17-18 June 2024

LocationUniversity of Limerick

OrganisersPPI Ignite Network @ UL

Sponsors PPI Ignite Network is funded by the Health Research Board, Irish Research Council, and the seven universities at the centre of the Network

Apply for UCD Bursary here

Key Dates
13 May 2023 Bursary Application closes at 1pm
20 May 2023 Successful applicants notified
16-18 June 2023 PPI Summer School at UL

Contact PPI Ignite Network @ UCD

UCD Research, University College Dublin, Belfield, Dublin 4, Ireland.
T: +353 1 716 4009 | E: ppi@ucd.ie | Location Map(opens in a new window)