Participants to the Summer School would ideally hold a Master’s degree on Economics and/or econometrics or in a relevant subject with a good background in economics. However, young researchers, PhD students and students of MSc programs willing to continue their studies for a Ph.D. are strongly encouraged to apply to the Course. Participants can be members of the academic society but people outside academia (e.g., government, public and private sector) are also welcome, given that they have the minimum academic qualification and relevant experience. Finally, participants should have a good knowledge of the English language.
Participants will be selected according to the following criteria:
- Educational background
- Letter of Intent (why you want to attend the summer school)
A small number of students will be admitted to the Summer School. We intend to restrict the class size to ensure interactive course and discussion. We aim to create a truly international student body on a first-come, first-served basis.
Students admitted to the 5th Summer School in Advanced Economics are expected to fully participate in the program and attend all lectures, computer labs and social events.
There is a fee of 450€ that covers:
The teaching material (lecture notes)
All coffee breaks
All lunch breaks (one every day)
Certificate of Participation
The registration fee for accompanying person is €200 and includes lunches and participation in social events (Reception cocktail and Farewell Dinner)
Upon availability of funding, the Summer School will cover a part of the registration fees of candidates with financial difficulties
The deadline for early payment is May 8, 2023. Late registration fee is 600 euros. The deadline for the late payment is June 12, 2023.
If cancellation is confirmed before April 14, 2023 (note: only written cancellation by e-mail will be accepted), fees will be refunded minus a cancellation fee of 250€. In the case where the applicant has omitted to inform us for cancellation, no fees will be refunded.