COSIMENA Summer School September 2019

COSIMENA Summer School September 2019

COSIMENA Summer School September 2019 🗓

26/07/2019
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Scheduled Event Post

The DAAD announced the call for applications for the 3rd COSIMENA Summer School which will take place between 7th – 14th of September 2019 in Egypt on:

Cultural Heritage in the MENA Region: “How can we develop strategies to restore and preserve antiquities in the MENA region and make them accessible for the public by means of digitalisation?” at the Arab Academy for Science Technology & Maritime Transport (AASTMT).

COSIMENA is looking for 26 young researchers and master’s students from Germany and the MENA region to participate (costs are fully covered by the DAAD). We are kindly asking for your support in forwarding the call among your colleagues, students, network, and via your social media platform of your institution – since the summer school aims to create diversity, we highly encourage you to forward the call specifically across your MENA region and Germany.
Please find a detailed outline of the content and logistics in the attached call and further information, as well as a Facebook post and e-mail to be forwarded below:


.    Call is attached and can be found here: PDF
.    Link to apply is the following: www.daad.eg/css-reg-19
.    More information on facebook


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