An outline of the programme can be seen below. Neither the topics nor the locations are necessarily exactly what will be provided in 2022-23, but this outline is based on the first two cohorts and the next one will follow a very similar structure. Each module lasts between 3 and 5 days.
The programme is structured so that there is progression through the leadership, ethical, and training strands, as well as enabling organic group project development. The amount of project work per module increases proportionately as the programme progresses. On completion there may be possibilities for group projects to be published.
It is a demanding programme. Successful applicants are expected to attend all modules in full and so potential applicants should make sure they know about the commitment that this programme requires. The dates of modules for the 2022-23 cohort are given below.
More detail on the topics covered by the first two cohorts can also be found below. You might like to read examples of group projects undertaken by the first two cohorts. Our FAQs provide answers to common queries.
For a different perspective, read how two of our Cohort 2 Scholars describe their experiences of the Programme: Nils Renard of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne University and Lukas Spielberger of the University of Leiden.