Category: Summer Schools

We are collecting information on funding opportunities from various external sources, relevant to Palestinian students and academics. Please visit the funding opportunities webpages for the most up-to-date and detailed information. We cannot accept any responsibility or liability from any inaccuracy in any of the material on this website. This list is not meant to be a comprehensive list of funding opportunities, and we cannot endorse any of these opportunities. We cannot provide assistance with applications, if you have questions or need assistance with applications please contact the funding agencies directly.

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AGYA Summer School in Numerical Simulation

18 – 28 August 2019 at Palestine Polytechnic University and Bethlehem University, Palestine

The Arab-German Young Academy of Sciences and Humanities (AGYA) in cooperation with Palestine Polytechnic University (PPU), Bethlehem University (BU), and Palestine Academy for Science and Technology (PALAST) are organizing the ‘AGYA Summer School in Numerical Simulation’. The AGYA Summer School takes place from 18 to 28 August 2019 at Palestine Polytechnic University, Hebron, and Bethlehem University, Bethlehem, in Palestine and will be led by international experts. It is aimed at students and young researchers studying or researching in the fields of mathematics, physics, engineering, and related fields.

More details here. the application form is available here, please see here where to send it to.

Astrophysics Summer Program for International Research Experience

ASPIRE is a 10-week program for highly-motivated students to work at the cutting-edge of astronomical research at the Anton Pannekoek Institute (API), University of Amsterdam. Our goal is to give you the experience of astronomical research at a world-leading institute and help kick-start your journey into a science career and all the other avenues it can open. You’ll gain new research skills and an advisor who will be your guide and mentor. We are especially seeking students whose opportunities to access to such experiences are currently limited.”

all details here, including on what funding is available.

List of summer opportunities from American Astronomical Society

The American Astronomical Society the lists summer opportunities for students they have been informed of here.

Advancing Theoretical Astrophysics Summer School (The Netherlands)

“Advancing Theoretical Astrophysics” is intended to build and strengthen essential skills in physics and computation for a career in theoretical astrophysics. We will focus on problems related to accretion and outflows around compact objects; however, many of the skills will translate easily to other fields of theoretical astrophysics. The summer school prioritizes a supportive, collaborative, and diverse learning environment.

more information, including on possible funding here.

Perimeter Institute’s Undergraduate Theoretical Physics Summer Program (Canada)

Applications are now being accepted for Perimeter Institute’s Undergraduate Theoretical Physics Summer Program. This fully-funded two-week summer school offers students the opportunity to participate in ground-breaking research while learning research tools and collaboration skills in the multi-disciplinary environment of the world’s largest independent theoretical physics research centre.

Features of the program include:

  • No program fee
  • No application fee
  • All meals, accommodation and transportation provided
  • Opportunity to stay at Perimeter for a paid four-month research internship (start and end dates negotiable).

Apply online at perimeterinstitute.ca/undergrad

More details here.

International Astronomical Youth Camp

The International Astronomical Youth Camp (IAYC) is a three-week long summer camp aiming to promote knowledge of astronomy and related sciences in a unique international atmosphere.

Email info@iayc.org for the application form. Grants up to €650 are available.

DESY Summer Students (Germany)

Yearly opportunity for undergraduate students in physics or related natural science disciplines to participate in research activities of one of the DESY (Hamubrg, Germany) groups and take lectures. More details on the funding opportunity here, and see here for a list of topics.