In promoting greater equity in cancer control, UICC is striving to:
4,000+ fellowships awarded in the last 50 years
51 organisations received a SPARC grant, to support MBC patients
60 institutions shared their expertise by hosting fellows
200+ Congress delegates participated in a Master course
300+ senior executives engaged in the CEO Programme
36 Young Leaders from 19 countries in the alumni community
UICC is launching a virtual alternative to the in-person learning experience provided by UICC’s Fellowships programmes, allowing the continued transfer and exchange of key skills and knowledge in cancer control at a time when UICC members need it the most.
|15 October 2020||
Apply to become a Country Champion of UICC’s Cancer Advocates programme and play a crucial role in helping to reduce the impact of cancer on individuals, communities and society.
|31 December 2020||
Virtual Fellowships involve a minimum of four one-hour video calls with an expert in a specified field of interest (priority initially given to cancer control and COVID-19 topics). They are open to candidates from UICC Member organisations who have at least five years’ experience working in cancer control.
UICC's Virtual Dialogues provide members with enhanced opportunities to connect, exchange knowledge, access expert insights, and share solutions on their respective and common challenges.
Applications for the following Fellowship programmes will open on 2 October 2020
Young Leaders programme call for applications to open in Spring 2021.
"I am so grateful for this course and addressing these issues and functionality in a way that is informative and also dispels the beliefs and taboo language and process around sexuality. So good to openly discuss and have good questions to ask. Thank you to the team who put this together and to the lecturers who gave their time and experience - such a well rounded course"
“UICC has pioneered the development of a tailor-made programme to support CEOs of cancer organisations in their leadership role and to help them address today’s challenges in the rapidly changing environment of cancer control. As a CEO myself, I was excited to experience these opportunities to mingle with peers, exchange thoughts and views, and hear about best practice case studies. I’m extremely grateful for the opportunity to attend the sessions and meet other CEOs in the cancer field.”
"Being a UICC fellow is an outstanding opportunity to sharpen skills across different areas of cancer research and receive exceptional training to become a leader in the field of cancer control. It is also a valuable route to furthering career development, adding value to the work of one’s home institution and expanding professional networks."