Online application process
Applications to the NeuroTime program are directly processed online.
Only application made through the online platform, duly completed and submitted will be evaluated.
Do not send any paper document by regular mail, unless you are explicitly asked to do so.
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All applications must be completed exclusively in English.
Application forms filled in another language will not be considered.
Only documents in PDF format should be uploaded.
- Identification document (passport or identity card for EU-applicants)
- Academic transcripts
- English language certifications (if available)
- Medical certificate (in case of special condition)
* Curriculum Vitae in English, mentioning scientific and professional experiences, academic degrees, publications and special skills. Europass CV template is preferred. Max 3 pages (submit as: Name_CV.pdf)
** If your higher education diploma(s) are not issued in English, French, Italian, Portuguese, German, Spanish or Dutch, they then need to be translated in English by a certified translator.
Original documents will be required for verification purpose before formal registration to the Lead Institute.
Acknowledgement of receipt
After submission of the form an email acknowledging receipt of the application is received.
If you do not receive this email, yoru application might not be submitted and will not be taken into account.
You wish to apply for more than one project?
If you wish to apply to more than one project, please fill in ONE APPLICATION FORM PER PROJECT.
Contact information of two referees (Reference letters are directly asked by e-mail during the application process)Applicants have the responsibility to contact two referees that will send reference via the on-line registration site. References are valid only if received via the registration site. The registration site will inform the candidates when the referees have completed the reference. Referees should be Principal investigators or teachers who have followed your work.