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Please, check for "Greek Summer School in Conservation Biology 2014" here!

 

    
             Εducation and Culture
LLP
Erasmus

Conservation Biology in Europe:

Building a coherent strategy for the future


Papingo, Greece, 24 June - 7 July 2012

Are you a student?
Do you love nature? 


We invite you to an exciting journey
in the world of wild nature and scientific knowledge
in the heart of Vikos-Aoos National Park, in Greece

Join the  Εrasmus Intensive Programme

Greek Summer School-2012 !

Funded by State Scholarship Foundation - IKY


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Important dates

  • 09 January 2012:   Registration opens
  • 30 March 2012:      Registration closes
  • 15 April 2012:         Announcement of participants
  • 24 June 2012:        Arrival in Ioannina

Undergraduate students of the six Universities listed below are invited to apply online, as Erasmus scholars (15 positions). The School is also open to undergraduate or early postgraduate students from all over Europe, as SCB-students (3 positions)

[* Please, check for cost in Registration link]

 

Coordinator


University of Ioannina

University of Ioannina
Department of Biological Applications and Technology 
 


University of Siena
Department of Environmental  Science "G. Sarfatti" 
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University of Cumbria
National School of Forestry
Centre for Wildlife Conservation 
 

Aarhus University
Department of Agroecology and Environment

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                                                                     University of Hohenheim
Landscape & Vegetation Ecology - Institute 320

 

Visitors

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Important Dates

  •     09 January 2012: Registration opens
  •     15 March 2012: Registration closes
  •     15 April 2012: Announcement of participants
  •     24 June 2012: Arrival in Ioannina
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