The number of participants is limited to a maximum of 30 people.
If accepted, applicants will receive an offer of participation in the Summer School in an acceptance letter in which they will also be admitted to present their own research contribution subject to the candidate’s expertise and the quality of the proposal submitted.
In any other event, participation in the Summer School will be offered or denied in a non-qualified acceptance letter.
Acceptance letters will be sent via e-mail. Participants will be accepted on a rolling basis. Thus, it is essential that you submit all your documents as soon as possible.
Your application should contain the following documents:
- the application form;
- a tabular CV;
- a short letter of motivation (maximum 1 page) setting out your qualifications and your motivation for taking part in the Summer School.
Participants who would like to present an excerpt of their own research project at the Summer School should also submit one or two proposals for subjects (800 to 1,500 words each) attached to their application. The proposed subjects must be in line with one of the topics covered by the Summer School.
Applications are to be submitted in English and via e-mail.
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