Type: Fellow Grant
For: Fellows to undertake an approved course of study overseas
Who’s Eligible: College Fellows
Application Close: 30 September
About the Grant: The F.C. Florance Bequest is in memory of Dr Florance, one of Sydney’s early dermatologists and a founder of the College, who believed that all dermatologists should benefit from overseas dermatological training and exposure in order to expand their ideas of practice. He helped ex-servicemen establish their dermatological practices upon returning from WW2.
The F.C. Florance Bequest Fellowships encourage and enable College Fellows to undertake an approved course of study which will broaden their clinical dermatological expertise, to travel and benefit from interaction with overseas dermatologists. Each application is assessed on its individual merits and the submission of an application does not automatically qualify for a grant from the Bequest. The bequest is an endowment from the estate of Mrs Dorothy Florance in memory of Dr HC Florance.
Criteria for Eligibility: Fellows will:
The Award: Awarding of the Fellowships is subject to the following conditions. However, the Board of Directors of College may from time to time, vary the conditions under which the Fellowship is made and may make the application of such variations prospectively or retrospectively
1. Timing of Fellowships
2. Expenses Claimable under the F.C. Florance Bequest
3. Terms of Fellowship and Method of Payment
4. The Amount of Payment
5. Other Fees
6. Additional Awards
7. Termination of a Fellowship
Award Conditions: A report of your activities must be sent to College at the completion of your F.C. Florance Bequest Fellowship. Your report may be published in The Mole or in the College’s annual report. Appropriate acknowledgement of the grant should be made in your report.
How to Apply: Submit online via the CLICK HERE TO SUBMIT YOUR APPLICATION button. Please ensure you have downloaded a copy of the application form to include in your submission.
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