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Registration for the CNR summer school

Registration for the 2018 CNR summer school

 

Application deadline: please register before 8th of June, 2018

 

Who should register?

The minimum qualification required for the participation is a bachelor degree earned in either natural or social sciences. In addition, good knowledge of Microsoft Office, particularly Excel, is a prerequisite. The summer school meets the needs of persons either studying or working in the context of agriculture, forestry and natural resource management. We also welcome applicants with different backgrounds. In such a case, please let us know about your motivation.

The maximum number of participants for each seminar week is 15 participants. Participants may apply to attend all three seminars or only to attend the seminars of their choice. It is advisable to attend all seminars, as the individual seminars build on each other.

 

Fee, accommodation and transportation

Participation in the summer school is free of charge. Participants from Bhutan and interested candidates from the SAARC region (that are eligible for visa following the rule for regional visitors) can apply. The summer school does not cover participants’ cost of accommodation and transportation, which participants have to organize on their own. However, facilities at CNR allow for low-cost provision of lodging and meals. During the summer school, lunch as well as tea, coffee and snacks are provided at no cost.

 

How to register and contact details see below!

 


 

Registration for the 2017 CNR summer school

The summer school was designed to meet the needs of persons either studying or working in the context of agriculture, forestry and natural resource management. However, we also welcome interested participants with different backgrounds. In such a case, please let us know about your motivation. Participants may register to attend all three seminars or only to attend the seminars of their choice. However, it is advisable to attend all seminars, as the individual seminars build on each other.

 

Application deadline: please register before 20th of August, 2017

 

Who should register?

The minimum qualification required for the participation is a bachelor degree earned in either natural or social sciences. In addition, good knowledge of Microsoft Office, particularly Excel, is a prerequisite. The summer school was designed to meet the needs of persons either studying or working in the context of agriculture, forestry and natural resource management. However, we also welcome applicants with different backgrounds. In such a case, please let us know about your motivation.

The maximum number of participants for each seminar week is 15 participants. Participants may apply to attend all three seminars or only to attend the seminars of their choice. However, it is advisable to attend all seminars, as the individual seminars build on each other.

 

Fees

The summer school is generally free of charge. Please note, that in cases of no-show without a cancellation of participation before 4th of September 2017, a no-show fee of 5,000 NU has to be charged.

 

Accomodation and transportation

Participation at the summer school does not include accommodation and transportation. Participants have to organize lodging and accommodation on their own, however, we can support participants finding low-cost options within our capacity. During the summer school, lunch as well as tea, coffee and snacks will be provided at no cost.

 

How to register

Interested participants may register for the summer school by sending the following details to the coordinators Associate Prof. Dr. Tulsi Gurung (gurungt2010@gmail.com) and Arndt Feuerbacher (feuerbacher@hu-berlin.de).

 

  • Name and contact details (email and cell phone)
  • Your current CV stating the place of work/study program and formerly received education
  • Important! Please state whether you can bring along a personal notebook with Microsoft Excel installed.
  • Please state whether assistance in finding accommodation at CNR (unfortunately, no financial assistance possible) is needed.

 

We are looking forward to your registration and please feel free to contact us if you have any questions!

 

Contact details:

Associate Prof. Dr. Tulsi Gurung

Office No: 00975 2 376249

Cell: 00975 17 360 100

e-mail: gurungt2010@gmail.com

 

Arndt Feuerbacher

e-mail: feuerbacher@hu-berlin.de