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Call for bids - IPPA Seasonal Schools (2024-2025)

We are pleased to launch the Call for Bids to find local partners and new locations for IPPA Seasonal Schools to be held in 2024-2025 (scholar year). IPPA Seasonal Schools present a unique opportunity for local hosts to increase their visibility within our global community of members of more than 17.000 people and contribute to their internationalization. 

With 8 editions, including one pre-conference, and more than 300 participants in 2023, the Seasonal Schools have become one of the most important international activities developed outside the conferences by IPPA. From the success of these past events, IPPA is pleased to invite interested institutions to submit their proposal for hosting a seasonal school and creating unique learning experiences in new destinations. In the previous edition, our Seasonal Schools took place in Europe (Grenoble-Alps, Venezia-Padova, Naples), in America (Brasilia, Denver), in Asia (Seoul, Chiang Mai), and in Africa (Yaounde, Nairobi) for different publics (Ph.D. Student, Early Career Scholars, and Practitioners). 

If your institution is interested, do not hesitate to download the Call for Bids by clicking on the image below to have more details and to contact us. 

This document provides detailed information about what is expected and the requirements needed for your proposal. The call for bids is open until March 31st, 2024.

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How to submit?

Don't hesitate to contact us first at to discuss about your project. 

Once you have created the proposal, you need to follow the below steps:

    1. Login or create an IPPA user account
    2. Once logged in, click on the "Nominate" button at the top of this page
    3. Submit your application in one PDF document titled Callforbids_IPPA Seasonal Schools_Name of your institution
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