Online Summer School: Application

Application deadline: May 31, 2020

A complete and well-prepared application is a prerequisite for your possible admission to the program. We will only consider applications including all required supplemental documents and that reach the office by the deadline of May 31, 2020. All documents have to be submitted in English.

Additional Documents

Please prepare to submit the following documents with your application. The documents can be uploaded in the online application form.

(1) Short CV

(2) Transcript of records (official, certified transcript showing courses and grades from the University you are currently enrolled at)

(3) If any: Proof of your proficiency in English (except native speakers), e.g. school certification or certificates of English language courses; TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, CPE, Cambridge certificate

Terms and Conditions

The application deadline for the Online Summer School is May 31, 2020. Applications after this date will only be considered if there are still places available. Admission criteria are mainly based on academic achievements and motivation for participating in the program.

Participation in the program will be free of charge.

Cancellation Policy

If you do need to withdraw from the Online Summer School, the following cancellation policy will apply:

  • Participants must send their cancellation in written form to the International & European Studies Program (by email, post or fax) by June 26, 2020.

In the case of cancellation of the Online Summer School due to a lack of participants the International & European Studies Program will have no further liability to the participant. The International & European Studies Program does not cover any costs of the participants. If the International & European Studies Program has to cancel a course for any reason beyond its control, it will not be held liable.


The International & European Studies Program and the organizers and teachers of the International & European Studies Program shall not be held accountable for any damage to personal property or any injuries suffered during the program. Nor shall the International & European Studies Program be held accountable for any damage caused by participants to other persons or property.
The participant agrees to the storage and use of personal data for internal organization of the application. Personal data storage protection is governed by Federal German Data Protection Act. The participant can demand the deletion of her/his personal data for the future at any time and without giving reasons.

Should you have any questions or problems, please contact us at info@european-studies.uni-tuebingen.de.