D-6 - Call for Applications - IPPA-ENAP Summer School - Brasilia 4th Edition

06/07/2018 Team IPPA


International Summer School on Public Policy - Brasilia 4th Edition

Summer School: 10 - 14 December 2018 in Brasilia (Brazil).

The Call for Applications: open until September, 20 2018.


Following the success of the previous editions of the International Summer School on Public Policy - Brasilia held in November 2016 and May 2017 respectively, the Escola Nacional de Administração Pública (ENAP) and the International Public Policy Association (IPPA) have come together for a fourth edition.


The main objective of this International Summer School is to provide advice and knowledge on public policy theories, concepts, and methodologies in policy analysis. Lectures in the morning will alternate with workshops in the afternoon. Six workshops (each composed of a small group of 20 students maximum) will be conducted by an internationally renowned scholar. One group will be composed of Ph.D. students and young researchers and two groups will be exclusively composed of policy practitioners. 

The application and selection of Ph.D. students and young scholars (less than 3 years after obtaining their Ph.D.) for the Summer School will be managed by IPPA through this website. All relevant information will be available on this page. The selection of policy practitioners will be managed directly by ENAP and all the relevant information will also be available on this page.


Course 1 for Ph.D. Students and young scholars: Policy Design by B. Guy Peters

Course 2 for Ph.D and young scholars: Policy Dynamics and Interest Organizations by Laura Chaqués-Bonafont 

Course 3 for Ph.D. Students and young scholars: Public Policy Process: Theory, Politics and Methods by Frank Fischer


To apply:

  1. Log in or create an IPPA Account,
  2. Prepare a PDF document with your CV and your Research Project (more information available on the application page of the summer school)
  3. Specify your preference between the 3 courses open to PhD students.


The Summer School is free (no registration or accommodation costs), participants must cover travel costs.