In order to apply, be sure that you meet the following requirements:
Be available for (most of) the 8-week programme
(20th June-19th August 2022).
A student who is not currently enrolled in a PhD program and
has already started (or finished) an MSc in a physics or astronomy
(or very closely related field) student with a passion for astronomy research.
A strong and confident working level of English.
APPLICATION DEADLINE will be on 13th May 2022.
You will need the following in order to fill in the application form:
- Curriculum vitae (1-3 pages)
- List of relevant Physics/Astronomy degree courses taken
- Motivation letter (2 page max, not more than 1500 words)
The letter should contain the following details, in no particular order:
- Why do you think you should be selected for our programme?
- Which are your existing skills?
- What is your background?
- How do you see yourself benefiting from this program?
- One reference letter. The candidate should arrange for a
referee to submit a letter in support of their application. This referee
should be someone who can speak about the candidate’s potential and abilities
as a researcher, and not just a lecturer of a class who does not know the
candidate that well. The candidate should arrange for the letter of
recommendation to be sent by the referee to email@example.com, with the
candidate's name as the subject line. IMPORTANT:
Please provide the letter writer with the following PDF of instructions:
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IMPORTANT: All your documents should be submitted as PDFs and
with file names no longer than 10 characters, and files sizes less than 2Mb.
Please make sure your CV and motivation letter pdfs are named as follows:
fullname_CV.pdf and fullname_motivation.pdf.
If you have the above documentation, please follow the link below to apply.
The link will send you to our application form. Please register and follow
the instructions. There you will be able to upload the documents.