Given the funding obtained from the European Commission and other sources, the school is able to reduce costs for ALL admitted participants. The standard cost to participants is 750 euro covering all foreseen school activities, including full accomodation (three-star hotel, double room, from Sunday June 6th to Saturday June 19th, 1999), registration and teaching material, social programme, transportation to and from the Negri Institute.
Participants may also qualify for scholarships as detailed below.
TMR (European Commission): scholarships reserved to participants 35 years of age or younger, from the European Community and affiliated countries (Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom, Iceland, Israel, Liechtestein and Norway).
INCO (European Commission): scholarships reserved to participants 35 years of age or younger, from Eastern European and assimilated countries (Albania, Armenia, Azerbaidjan, Belarus, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, FYROM, Georgia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Moldova, Poland, Rumania, Russia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Turkey, Ukraine).
World (School Organizing Committee): further scholarships to be assigned by the School independently of TMR or INCO criteria.
Applicants compiling the webpage application will receive a Financial Support Form: all scholarships will be assigned on the basis of the academic and financial information submitted in the Financial Application Form.
If you are interested in coming to Termoli next June and would like to receive financial support, please contact the organization by sending the application form (button below).