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CEMFI Summer School
Madrid, Spain

Scholarship / Financial aid: fee discount of EUR 300 for PhD students and young faculty

Date: 25 August - 12 September 2014

Deadline: 15 June 2014

Open to: practitioners and academics from all over the world

Announcement follows

CEMFI Summer School was created in 1997. Its aim is to provide practitioners and academics from all over the world with an opportunity to update their training in fields within CEMFI's range of expertise.

Several different and independent one-week courses are taught each year, during the last weeks of August and the first weeks of September.

Courses are fully taught in English with a minimum of 10 participants and limited to a maximum enrollment of 36. To take full advantage of a course, we recommend participants to work on it on a full-time basis during the corresponding week.

A typical daily session lasts three and a half hours and takes place either in the morning or in the evening. Presentation of theoretical material is complemented with a discussion of applications, exercises and problems. In the evening of the second day of each course, the School will organize a course dinner in order to provide participants and instructors with an occasion to interact in a relaxed atmosphere.

At the end of each course, participants will receive a diploma.


Admission requirements

Applicants for Summer-School courses must have a university degree (BA or equivalent) and an adequate background for the course they intend to follow. A good knowledge of English is also necessary.

Each course description indicates the background needed to take full advantage of that course.

Admission decisions will be based on the educational background and professional experience of the applicants, as well as the order of arrival of their applications.

Online application process

Applications for admission should be submitted electronically before 15 June. Applications received after this deadline will be processed subject to availability. To facilitate communication throughout the process, each completed application generates a reservation number.


Applicants will be informed about the admission decision no later than 22 June. Each applicant will receive an admission number for each of the courses to which he or she is admitted.

Tuition fees

General fee: EUR 1,900 per course.

Academic fee: EUR 800 per course.

NOTE: Academic fees are only applicable to full-time university faculty or full-time graduate students. PhD students and young faculty (up to 5 years after PhD) may opt for an additional discount of EUR 300 by sending a letter and a CV addressed to the Director of the CSS before 15 June documenting the circumstances which might justify this discount.


Each admitted applicant must advance a non-refundable deposit of EUR 150 per course before 1 July. The remainder of the tuition fee should be paid before 22 July.

Applicants will receive a personalized URL to complete their payments online using a credit or debit-card (Visa, Mastercard, and 4B are accepted). Alternatively they can pay by transfer to the bank account described below. In this last case, a copy of the transfer receipt should be faxed or sent as a pdf file to with a clear indication of the admission number to which the payment refers.


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