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Women Transforming Leadership Programme - ESC Grants

Outstanding opportunity to develop your career

About the Course

The Women Transforming Leadership Programme is an innovative executive education programme, established by the University of Oxford, to assist women in achieving their full career and leadership potential.

The 2018 course will take place from  8 to 12 October at the Said Business School in Oxford, UK.

Programme participants will be part of a global peer-group working in a wide range of sectors.

"Focus on your strengths, choose the leadership style that suits you best and “do what only you can do”. These and other lessons have stayed with me years after I attended this course. So, come forward and take this opportunity! Be prepared to engage, be courageous and don’t be afraid of being a leader – our success depends on you." Barbara Casadei, FESC - ESC President Elect 2016 - 2018

About the ESC Grants

The ESC Grants aim to support women in cardiology, who are thinking of taking on a new leadership role, or have recently done so, within the ESC, their national cardiology society or their workplace. Applicants must be an ESC Member.*

The grants cover the Women Transforming Leadership Programme fees. Winners will need to arrange and pay for their travel and accommodation.

The 2018 call for applications to receive the ESC grants will open in the Spring.

ESC Women Transforming Leadership Alumni

2017 Grant Winners

  • Elena ARBELO (Spain)
  • Jelena ČELUTKIENE (Lithuania)
  • Vanessa FERREIRA (UK)
  • Lene HOLMVANG (Denmark)
  • Carolyn LAM (Singapour)
  • Ekaterini LAMBRINOU (Cyprus)
  • Ida Gjervold LUNDE (Norway)
  • Julia MASCHERBAUER (Austria)

2016 Grant Winners

  • Donna FITZSIMONS (N-Ireland)
  • Kristina HAMBRAEUS (Sweden)
  • Lixin JIANG (China)
  • Josepa MAURI-FERRE (Spain)
  • Avital PORTER (Israel)
  • Carol Ann REMME (The Netherlands)
  • Raquel YOTTI (Spain)

2015 Grant Winners

  • Marisa Generosa CRESPO-LEIRO (Spain)
  • Sigrun HALVORSEN (Norway)
  • Nina JOHNSTON (Sweden)
  • Susanna PRICE (UK)