How to Apply
How to submit your application
To submit your application is enough to fill the following form:
Please, note that the attached file should include your CV, Motivation Letter and Project Proposal in one PDF document.
We accept applications on an ongoing basis and highly recommend to apply early.
Application Package and Procedure
Applicants should submit an Application Form with personal information, CV, a motivation letter, as well as a project proposal of a blockchain-based application that they wish to work on or would like to extend during the summer school. The project proposal should be at least 3 pages long but not longer than 5 pages. Application for tuition stipend should be stated explicitly in the motivation letter. Please combine all the above into one PDF document
As part of the admission process, the organizers will assess the quality of the submitted application material before accepting the participants. Applications should be submitted by the end of 7th July 2019 and admission decision notification will be communicated no later than 14th July 2019. We encourage students to apply as a team and will prioritize proposals submitted by teams. Accepted summer school participants must make themselves familiar with the required texts before the summer school starts.
The participation fee is 2500 DKK (340 Euro) and it is expected to be paid after the admission decision notification will be sent. The participation fee includes full access to the catering area during the whole event. Students who wants to apply for a scholarship are invited to state it in their motivation letter.
Students interested in participating in the summer school must be enrolled as PhD or master students in a computer science, information systems, engineering or other cognate programs at a university. At least introductory programming experience is a requirement for track 1. Advanced experience is required in track 2, while in track 3 a degree and research in computer science and blockchain is required.
Terms of Participation
Please note that all work produced in the summer school is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.
Participants in the summer school grant to summer school organizers and IT University of Copenhagen full rights to use their images resulting from the photography/video filming, and any reproductions or adaptations of the images for fundraising, publicity or other purposes to help achieve the group’s aims. This might include (but is not limited to), the right to use them in their printed and online publicity, social media, press releases and funding applications.