Procedure

Update (22 May 2020): The Children's Literature Summer School has sold out and we have closed registration. 

Covid-19 update. The registration procedure described below applies to the virtual Children's Literature Summer School 2020. 

Registration for the virtual 2020 Summer School is no longer open

Note that limited places are available for the summer school and for each strand. We will ask participants to list their preferred thematic strands and will divide slots on a first-come, first-served basis. 

Application procedure in 4 steps

  1. Register in Mobility Online (for year: choose 2020-2021)
  2. Fill in personal details and complete requested extra questions
  3. Wait for approval of your application
  4. Pay the participation fee within 10 days after approval to secure your spot

Applications can be submitted by filling in the online registration form via Mobility Online. After having registered, you will automatically receive an email with further guidelines to complete your application.

Upon successful submission you will receive an automatic reply to confirm your application. In case your application is accepted, you will receive an email with more practical information on payment and visa.  Note that your subscription is only valid when the participation fee is received by the summer school’s secretariat.

 

Testimonials

Some reactions on previous editions:

“I absolutely loved the Summer School and am looking forward to next year's edition. The speakers, workshops and organization were absolutely great! I have nothing but good things to say and will communicate this to others!”

"I appreciated very much the variety of formats that facilitated the discussion with experts and peers, in particular the excellent balance between workshops, walking seminars, trips and lectures."

“I have to say thank you for bringing us together. I am full of inspiration. I am looking forward to being here next year.”

"I very much enjoyed the choice of interesting and engaging speakers and high quality of the lectures and workshops. I also really liked that the participants had a variety of backgrounds and the summer school managed to bring academics and artists/educators"