Courses have a maximum tutorial size of 40 students. Participants must be aged between 18-25 at the time of attendance and must be duly registered in a licence (L3) or master course (M1-M2). At the end of the summer school, each student will get an assistance certificate signed by school coordinators.
The school is generously supported by ISCD’s training program through the Calsimlab labex initiative, which provide scholarship grants. These scholarships cover the participation and accommodation fees for all selected students.
The application period for admission to the summer school program is open from February 15th until EXTENDED deadline May 7 (noon), 2018.Candidates who apply during this time will be considered for admission. The Summer School Steering Committee will select the 40 max. students who will attend the school, based on their academic merit. Selected participants will be notified by the May 18, 2018.
Consult here the list of candidates selected to attend the 2018 Summer School
Selection of participants will be based to a large extend on their scientific interests and academic background. Please take your time and think carefully before explaining who you are and what are your motivations for attending the summer school.
The language of the school and the entire program will be English; participants must be able to communicate freely in English.
Applications must be made via the application form, which requires that prospective candidates write a concise statement of their academic background. Participation is only possible for students who stay during the entire duration of the school (exception may be made for schools composed of two thematic parts).
Before you apply, you should have the following information and documents ready:
Once you are ready to apply, follow the following steps: