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Friday, 19 June 2015

Student Conference on Conservation Science SCCS Hungary, 2015

SCCS Hungary – Connecting Eastern and Western Europe in conservation biology
Tihany (Lake Balaton), Hungary
1 – 5 September, 2015


Not too much time is left to register for one of the greatest student
conference in conservation biology in Europe. Renowned plenary
speakers, trainings and workshops designed for young conservationists, field trips and fun at the largest lake in Central-Europe, Balaton, Hungary, for a student-friendly low all-inclusive fee. 

Don’t miss out, register on-line:
http://sccs.okologia.mta.hu/application

During the three conference days and the two excursions we aim to connect conservation biology students from all over Europe and beyond. We offer them an exciting opportunity to gain a deeper insight into the different conservation science projects and topics of the attending countries, focusing particularly on their regional unique natural values, conservation problems, methods, and solutions. 

We are proudly advertise our prominent keynote speakers, including Julia Marton-Lefevre, former executive director to IUCN, profs William Sutherland, Rhys Green and Rosie Trelevyan from the „mother” Cambridge SCCS team, Tibor Hartel from Romania and Ferenc Jordán from Hungary.

For the preliminary program visit: http://sccs.okologia.mta.hu/program,

The all-inclusive conference fee is only 270 Euro - including the
conference registration, accomodation and catering (three meals per day) during the conference and a half-day trip to the Tihany
Peninsula, a World Heritage site of UNESCO (4th of September).

Bursaries are available for a limited number of foreign students, 135 Euro (all-inclusive). For a special offer for Hungarian students
please contact sccs@okologia.mta.hu.

Registration deadline is 15 July 2015.

SCCS Hungary organisers

Tihany (Lake Balaton), Conference venue 


1 comment:

Cabazitaxel-C13 said...

Such conferences is of great significance in both spread biology sciences and inspire student's interest in biology. Well done! Wish you a full success.