Environment, Geographic information systems (GIS), Remote sensing, Satellite technologies, Sustainable development goals, Water management

   

In cooperation with the United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs and DG Joint Research Centre. This course is a part of the “Bridging ICTs and Environment” workshop series run by the ISEPEI project.

Course date

2 July - 6 July, 2018
Extended deadline:
4 March, 2018

Important dates and deadlines

Upcoming/extended deadlines:

  • Collaborative Local Government for an Open Society: March 20
  • Constitution-building in Africa: March 11 (extended deadline)
  • Funding Journalism in the Digital Age: March 11
  • Geospatial Solutions for Water Management: March 4 (extended deadline)
  • Innovations in Disaster Risk Reduction: March 4 (extended deadline)
  • Mediation Theory and Skills: Applications will be reviewed until all seats are filled up.
  • Moral Epistemology:
    - March 23 (extended deadline): For tuition waivers (available in a limited number only)
    - March 24-April 30: For fee-paying applications only
  • Policies and Practices in Lifelong Learning at Universities: March 5
  • Romani Identities: March 1 (extended application deadline)
  • Territorial Sovereignty in the Age of Migration: March 1 (extended deadline)
  • The Biological and the Social between 1900 and Today: March 19 (extended deadline)
  • The Dignity of Man in Western Intellectual History, Esotericism, and Art: March 11 (extended deadline)
  • The History and Metaphysics of the Concept of Laws of Nature: March 1 (extended deadline)
  • The Precautionary Principle: March 1
  • Thinking About the Possible: March 11 (extended deadline)

Expired Deadlines, late application policy

The following courses will review late applications on a case-by-case basis:

  • The National and Transnational: applications are invited on a fee-paying basis.

Application closed:

  • Strategic Human Rights Litigation

Important program dates (for all courses):

  • Email notification about the decision: mid-April - mid-May (for the courses on Mediation and Policies and Practices in Lifelong Learning at Universities email notification will start by mid-March or earlier)
  • Participants confirm acceptance and housing needs: in two weeks after receipt of the acceptance notification
  • Activation of the course-specific e-learning sites with readings and course outlines: end of April - end of May
  • Early-bird deadline of tuition payment for fee-paying participants: March - April, for course specific early bird deadline see the course website
  • Tuition payment deadline for fee-paying participants: April - May, for course specific fee payment deadline see the course website
  • Participants needing a visa reserve tickets, confirm exact travel dates to SUN; SUN Office sends out original invitation letter and room reservation for visa application: 6 weeks prior to arrival
  • Participants submit visa applications: 30 days prior to arrival
  • Participant arrivals, hotel check-in, and registration: one day before the course starts
  • Orientation session at CEU: on the first day of the course