IPPA Summer-Winter Schools on Public Policy - Open until 20th October 2017

October 17, 2017

The deadline of the Call for applications for Winter School (Grenoble) & Summer School (Brasilia) 20th october 2017 is quickly approaching.  





For the first time, is propose for phD students and young scholars an alternance between courses on Public Policy and Workshops on Research Projects given by International Scholars (Guy Peters, Frank Fisher, Grace Skostad, Chris Weible, Ramesh, Charlotte Halpern, Claudio Radaelli, Philippe Zittoun) in small groups (12/15 in Grenoble, 20 in Brasilia) during one week (around 22h of courses and Workshops).



The Summer School, Brasilia edition, will take place at ENAP-Brasilia from 4th to 8th December 2017.

The Winter School, Grenoble edition, will take place at Autrans, France from 8th to 12th January 2018.



In both cases, please bear in mind that participants must make their own arrangements for accommodation and meals as well as transport to and from the event venue. For Brasilia, we have indicated in our website some hotel suggestions at discount price. 

For Grenoble, we negociated with the conference center a discount price for 4 nights (€75/night from Monday to Friday) in a twin / triple room and it covers all breakfasts, lunches, and dinners for 300€.



The Summer School at Brasilia is totally sponsored by ENAP and free of fees.

The Fees of the Winter School at Grenoble is 320€ for IPPA individuals and institutionnals members. We work to find possibility of grant to allow applicants without enough ressources to come (contact us by email in this case). 


To apply

On our website, please upload a research project and click on "I want to apply to this summer school".  In the case you do not have an available research project to present and to discuss, you can upload a letter that explains your motivation to participate. 

Full details are available on our website :


Click HERE for Grenoble edition and HERE for Brasilia edition.


Fonte: IPPA 

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