The Commonwealth Travel Fellowship
In 2002, to mark the Golden Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II, the Commonwealth Pharmacists’ Association, in conjunction with the Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain, established a Commonwealth Jubilee Travel Fellowship.
The Fellowship will be awarded biennially to a young pharmacist or pharmacy student to give them an opportunity to visit another Commonwealth country.
By meeting with pharmacists, pharmacy organisations and regulatory authorities in the Commonwealth country of their choice, the awardee will be able to improve their own practice skills and in turn assist with the development of pharmacy in their own country. Attendance at the CPA or national conference could form part of the travel plan.
Applications are invited from pharmacy students or from pharmacists working in any area of pharmacy practice – community, hospital, industrial or academic – and pharmacists in developing countries are particularly encouraged to apply.
The Fellowship will comprise the sum of £ 2,000 (sterling) to be paid to the successful Fellow to enable them to fulfil the objectives of their proposed visit. This should provide sufficient funding for international travel, local travel and subsistence for up to seven days spent in the other Commonwealth country.
A short report (1000 words) of the visit should be produced within two months of returning home for publication in appropriate publications including here on the Commonwealth Pharmacists’ Association website.
The applicant must be a registered pharmacist of not more than five years standing from a Commonwealth country or a pharmacy student studying in a commonwealth country.
The applicant must be a registered member or student member of CPA.
The Fellowship is to be used for travel to another Commonwealth country.
The next application year is 2020
we will announce the next application dates soon
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