The Nuremberg Academy is organizing two editions of the Nuremberg Summer Academy in Nuremberg, Germany: an Anglophone edition from 6 to 17 July and a Francophone edition from 10 to 21 August 2020.

Please note that applicants may only apply to one Summer Academy, either the Anglophone edition or the Francophone edition.

This application form is for the Anglophone edition only. To apply for the Francophone edition, please click here.
Before you start your application, please carefully read the FAQ to have more information before filling in the form.

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Summer Academy 2020 Application

Your contact details

1. Your contact details

Current Address


2. Languages

Please answer each question clearly and completely and follow all instructions.
What is your level of English?

3. Education

If yes, please provide full details of your degree:
If yes, please provide full details of your degree:
If yes, please provide full details of your Phd:

4. Work Experience

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5. Are you fully available to travel to Germany between 5 and 18 July?

6. CV and Statement of Interest

(Pdf documents of maximum three pages will only be accepted)

Statement of interest – Please describe your motivation for participating in the Nuremberg Summer Academy, including what you are interested in learning and the lectures you are interested in. Please be specific about why the Nuremberg Summer Academy would be a good course for you. Please also describe your aptitude, including your work and academic experience and your future career goals (max 600 words)

7. Other information

8. Data Protection

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