Programmes organised by the Graduate School of Social Science (including this programme) are cancelled for summer 2020 in light of the Covid-19 pandemic. If you’re interested in following this programme in the future, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the programme name in the subject line and we will keep you updated on all developments in the coming months.
Please have the following supporting documents ready to upload (in PDF) to the online application form, and select the appropriate programme from the dropdown menu:
A video motivation: The staff at Planning the Cycling City is looking for a diverse group of students who will contribute your experience and expertise in co-creating the summer school experience. We want to get to know you, and thanks to the internet, we have access to more forms of media than ever before. This year, we are trying something new and we encourage you to send in a 3-minute video applications for this course. Don’t worry. The process is easy. Where the application portal asks for your letter of motivation, simply submit a document with a link to your video. It can be hosted on a public or unlisted link on YouTube, Vimeo, or other video hosting platforms. Or, you can share with us a public link from a cloud storage platform such as Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive, or others. This link should lead directly to your video. Make sure the link does not expire before 1 August 2020. In your video, we ask you to answer the following questions: (1) What is it that you want to understand about cycling and why? (2) What unique view, skills, and/or background will you bring to the programme? (3) What do you think is the biggest challenge for cycling in your city and why? Although a video is strongly encouraged, we will accept a traditional application essay of maximum 750 words answering the same questions. Note: this is the most important part of your application.
Students should be in good academic standing to participate in the summer school and must have completed their Bachelor's degree (minimum). For academics and professionals with a background related to urban planning. All participants must have completed their Bachelor's degree (minimum) and have experience working in a related field.
If you have any questions, don't hesitate to email us at email@example.com. In all communications, be sure to include your full name and state the programme you're applying for.