The Fellowship Programme plays a major role in UICC's mission. Alongside other capacity building offers, it aims to reduce the global cancer burden by facilitating the exchange of knowledge, expertise and technical skills. The programme also enables networking and collaboration across institutions and countries.
UICC fellows come from around the globe and work in all areas of cancer control. The fellowships allow them to visit world-renowned institutions in order to learn best practices and new skills.
Two types of fellowship are available of one- or three-month durations:
Information regarding the francophone Africa equivalant of the Technical Fellowships is provided below.
Les Bourses pour l’Afrique Francophone sont des bourses d’un mois spécifiquement destinées aux personnels de santé et autres professionnels travaillant dans le domaine du cancer et basés en Afrique francophone.
* Observerships in cancer treatment are not eligible topics for the YY study grants
|Fellowship programmes||Open / Ouverture||Closes / Clôture|
|UICC Technical Fellowships (UICC-TF)||
31 January 2020
|Bourses pour l’Afrique Francophone (BAF)||31 janvier 2020||Appel ouvert toute l'année|
|YY study grants||July 2020||October 2020|
Please download and distribute the UICC Fellowships Flyer within your network, applicants from all regions are welcome:
In 2019, 144 applications were received and 72 Fellows were awarded through the UICC-Technical Fellowships, Bourses pour l'Afrique francophone and YY Study Grants. Please see below for more details about them.
The programme would not have been possible without the invaluable support from our UICC Fellowship chairs and review committee members who kindly evaluated all fellowship applications for us in 2019.