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Call for Applications: Challenged Based Innovation Program

An Opportunity for a  SEEIIST Student Sponsored by HITRIplus

We are excited to announce a unique opportunity for a student from SEEIIST member states, supported by HITRIplus. Join us in the journey of innovation and discovery through the Challenged Based Innovation Program.

Program Overview

The Challenged Based Innovation Program is an exceptional opportunity for students interested in the intersection of science, technology, and innovation. This program offers a platform to collaborate, learn, and contribute to groundbreaking projects in the field of sustainable technologies.

Support by HITRIplus

Through the generosity of HITRIplus, we are able to support one student from SEEIIST member states by covering their travel and accommodation expenses. This initiative is part of our commitment to fostering talent and encouraging participation in global scientific endeavors.

Eligibility and Application Process

  • Who Can Apply: Students currently enrolled at institutions in SEEIIST member states.
  • Application Requirements: Interested candidates should submit an application form along with a brief statement of interest and a CV.
  • Deadline for Applications: Monday February 26th 23:59, Geneva time
  • How to Apply: For detailed application instructions and to apply, visit our dedicated application page.

Further Information

  • Detailed Program Information: For more information about the Challenged Based Innovation Program, please refer to the official program poster.
  • Inquiries: For any questions, please contact

Join Us in This Exciting Journey

This is more than just a program; it’s an opportunity to be part of a community that’s shaping the future. We encourage all eligible students to apply and take advantage of this incredible opportunity.

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation program under Grant Agreement No 101004730 and No 101008548.