Student Organisations

The Informal Forum of Student Organizations aims to be a platform for international as well as European student organizations to exchange ideas and working practices, build new collaborations and learn from each other.

The meetings are hosted by local committees of member organizations from all across Europe and take place twice a year. The Management Team consists of members of the attending student organizations which organize the communication between the events are responsible for ongoing tasks such as updating the website,

More information about IFISO can be found on the Homepage: http://managementifiso.wixsite.com/ifiso

 

 

The International Federation of Medical Students Associations (IFMSA), founded in 1951, is one of the worlds oldest and largest student-run organizations. It represents, connects and engages every day with medical students from 127 national members organizations in 119 countries around the globe.

For more information see: http://www.ifmsa.org/

 

 

phdtalent

PhD Talent is an association founded by volunteer PhD students and young PhDs interested in entrepreneurship and innovation, applied research, and transfer of concept and ideas. We collaborate with other PhD associations (from universities, labs or research institutions) to organize an international career fair in Paris for PhD students regardless their research field or academic background.

PhD Talent is more than an event organizer, we also aims to strengthen the relations between PhD students/graduates and companies through our two events: the Career Fair and the Challenge. PhD Talents’ statement is: ‘You have talent. We find those who care’.

EFPSA represents many psychology students and with them also many PhD students. In order to assist them in their search for a job, EFPSA cooperates with PhD Talent as Media Partners.

Web Page of PhD Talent: http://www.phdtalent.com 

 

 

Zero Generations is a multidisciplinary team of professional trainers, with European and Worldwide NGO experience in leadership, international project management, training and consultancy; with special interests in healthcare, engineering and organisational development.

NGO’s, businesses and academic institutions require skills and competencies to grow. Due to limited accessibility to training, potential remains untapped. We aim at contributing to the empowerment and development of individuals and systems.

Moreover we want to establish a multi-disciplinary platform for creating, acquiring and transferring knowledge, and for developing skills to contribute to capacity strengthening on an international scale.

Zero Generations provides services in training, events’ facilitation, and organisational establishment. In addition we organise tailor made events, including training courses, teambuilding and teamwork events and conferences.

Zero Generations organizes events like Leadership Summer School (LSS), Parkinson Disease Summer School (PDSS) and Youth Trainers Academy (YTA), were EFPSA trainers are invited to deliver trainings and psychology students can join to follow trainings.

Web page of Zero Generations: www.zerogeneration.org
Web page of LSS: www.leadershipsummerschool.org
Web page of PDSS: www.parkinsonsummerschool.com
Web page of YTA: www.youthtrainingacademy.com

 

 

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EUPHAnxt is a unique network and platform within EUPHA for students and early career researchers, policymakers and professionals in the field of public health. EUPHAnxt is a free and open initiative that aims to sensitize and involve the future generations into the European and multidisciplinary network of public health associations. EUPHAnxt was established in 2011 and since then it is coordinated by young professionals and has grown into a network with almost 1300 subscribers.

Web page of EUPHAnxt: https://eupha.org/euphanxt

 

 

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The European Medical Students’ Association – Association Européenne des Étudiants en Médecine (EMSA) is a non-profit, non-governmental organisation representing medical students from all across Europe. Founded 1990 in Brussels, it is the only voice of students within the European Medical Organisations. EMSA is recognised by the European Parliament, the European Commission, and the United Nations. The association provides a platform for high-level advocacy, projects, trainings, workshops and international meetings. Its activities gather around Medical Education, Medical Ethics and Human Rights, Health Policy, Public Health, Medical Science and European Integration and Culture. Our goal is to implement solutions that highly value personal input, local autonomy, and regional characteristics, but also facilitate international cooperation, multidisciplinary dialogue, cultural understanding and promote interprofessional collaborative practice and interprofessional education through our advocacy.

Web page of EMSA: http://www.emsa-europe.org/