The Summer School will take place from 25 - 29 November 2019 at Brasilia
Call for Applications: 2 September -15 October 2019
The Registration for the Summer School is FREE -Accommodation and Meals are included
Following the success of the previous editions of the "International Summer School on Public Policy - Brasilia" held in November 2016, May 2017, December 2017 and December 2018, the Escola Nacional de Administração Pública (ENAP) and the International Public Policy Association (IPPA) have come together for a fifth edition.
"The schedule, beginning with the Lectures, specific courses then project presentation. PERFECT!"
Participant of Summer Schools in Brasilia, December 2018
Watch below a brief video with comments from some of the participants of our Winter School Edition !
The main objective of this International Summer School is to provide an amazing learning experience on theories, concepts and methodologies in policy studies for PhD students, Early Career Researchers and practitioners. Our Summer School is interactive and delivered by renowned international scholars who propose to share their experience to a small group of participants.
The 5th edition is made up of 8 groups:
The Summer School's daily schedule is as follows:
To apply, you must choose one of the following courses:
For Ph.D. Students and Early Career Researchers, 2h every morning :
Every group will follow a 3h Workshop in the afternoons. Each participant will present his/her Research Project or Research Article (10 min), which will then be discussed by the other participants and professor (1h).
For Practitioners, 2h every morning:
The afternoon workshops consist in the presentation of case studies focused on Policy Studies. The participants will be invited to participate but also to do an analysis of a specific case.
Ph.D. students and Early Career Researchers can apply for practitioner's courses but note that the workshops are not focused on Research Projects. Practioners can't apply for courses designed for PhD students and Early Career Researchers.
The Summer School is free (no registration or accommodation costs), participants must only cover their travel costs.