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Application - 2013 Summer School

Before reading this page please consider also the Application Guidelines.

In order to apply please send by email to the Summer School Secretariat a single .pdf file containing the following documents in the following order:

  • the Application Form [word .doc version (786 Kb)] complete in all its field;
  • your curriculum vitae;
  • a letter of reference from your supervisor;
  • the first draft of the paper you will present (no length constraint).

The completed application form and the letter of reference from your supervisor need to be sent also by fax with original signatures. Original signatures are needed only in printed documents sent by fax.

Please note that only application received in a single .pdf file by email with the application form and the letter of reference sent also by fax with original signatures, will be accepted.


Regulations of the Summer School

  • Application is restricted to 2013 EAERE member.
  • Incomplete or late applications will not be considered.
  • Presentation of your submitted paper is conditional on acceptance to the Summer School.
  • All accepted students must attend the Summer School for it's entire duration: they are requested to arrive on the 30th of June and depart after the school is over.
  • Students who do not respect the stated deadlines will not be admitted.
  • As the School will be conducted in English, applicants should have an adeguate working knowledge of that language.

Deadlines

All applications must arrive to the Summer School Secretariat by the 1st of February, 2013.
Acceptance notifications will be sent out from the 1st of March, 2013.
Final papers for presentation must be received by the Summer School Secretariat before the 1st of June, 2013.
Accepted applicants that do not respect the following deadlines will not be admitted to the Summer School.

 

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