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IAEA Financial Support for Participation in the International School of Nuclear Law (ISNL)

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The International School of Nuclear Law (ISNL) was established by the University of Montpellier in co-operation with the OECD Nuclear Energy Agency (NEA) in 2001. The School benefits from the support of the International Atomic Energy Agency. For detailed information on the ISNL, please visit the NEA website.

IAEA financial support

The IAEA awards financial support to a limited number of professionals from its Member States that are eligible to receive financial support under the IAEA Technical Cooperation Programme. The selection is based on the particular interest and involvement of the applicant in the field of nuclear law.

The list of TC Programme recipient countries and territories is available here.


The deadline for the receipt of applications for IAEA financial support for the 2017 session of the ISNL (21 August to 1 September 2017) is 7 April 2017. Applications received after this deadline and applications, which have not been submitted through InTouch will not be considered.

Should you have any additional questions regarding IAEA financial support for the 2017 session of the ISNL, please feel free to contact us by e-mail

Application procedure

If you are interested in applying for IAEA financial support with respect to your participation in the ISNL, you are kindly asked to submit, in addition to your ISNL application form to be submitted to the NEA, an application directly to the IAEA by following the instructions below.

Please submit your Training Course application through our InTouch platform. Once you have registered, you should use the link “apply for a training course”, complete a Personal History Form and link the application to project C7-INT-0.089 and course number 009. The electronic application should be forwarded to your governmental authorities (your country’s National Liaison Officer) for further approval. Should you have any difficulties or feedback on InTouch, please send your questions and comments together with your full name and date of birth (this information is essential to validate your data) to the InTouch contact point. Additionally, if your personal information changes (telephone number, email address, passport number, etc.) you should be sure to update your InTouch profile.

You will be informed about the outcome of the application procedure by the IAEA Department of Technical Cooperation in due course.