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Course Fees: Tuition & Accommodation
 
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Full time students from an ESA member state

There are no course fees for applicants coming from a University based in one of the ESA member states. Tuition and accommodation are provided to successfully enrolled applicants courtesy of the ECSL.

Non-student applicants and student applicants from non-ESA states

Students coming from Universities of non-ESA member States and all young professional students (i.e. those who are no longer in full-time education) are required to pay course fees to cover tuition and accommodation. The amount of these fees will vary depending upon the location of the Summer Course (€1000 for Summer Course 2014) and will be notified to applicants on the website and on the application form.


Please note - the reference to 'student applicants' in the Application Form (page 5, 'Costs and Expenses') means student applicants from ESA member states.

Tutors Tutors participate in the Summer Course free-of-charge.  
 
Insurance
 

Students and tutors admitted to the course must have valid health and travel insurance for the entire period of the Summer Course. Participants are required to send ECSL written proof that they have a valid insurance for personal activities and injuries prior to the start of the course. Such risks will not be borne by ECSL or by the host university/institution.

With regard to medical coverage, participants are advised to obtain in their home countries an E111 Form or any other form needed to ensure medical coverage in Europe.


 
 
Last update: 5 June 2014
 


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