- Scholarship application for 2019 edition is now closed -
A limited number of scholarships are available, with preference being given to students from developing countries. The scholarships will cover the Summer School fee, accommodation, breakfast, lunch, social activities, and course materials. Flights and transport to the summer school are not covered by the scholarship.
How to apply
Those interested in applying for the scholarship should send a letter explaining how they would benefit from the scholarship, and a CV by 1 March 2019.
IMPORTANT: Please note that both the motivation letter and the CV must be attached in PDF format. The subject of the email should indicate: Application for 2019 ICC-SS followed by the name of the applicant.
Applications that do not comply with these two requirements (e.g. required documents attached in word format, motivation letter written in the body of the email) will not be taken into consideration.
The application must be sent to: email@example.com by 1 March 2019.
VISAS for non EU citizens
For non-EU citizens: it is the responsibility of the participant to find out how long it takes to obtain a Visa.
Citizens of certain countries require a visa to enter into the Republic of Ireland. Please refer to the Visa Section of the Irish Department of Justice, Equality and Law Reform for further details:
Participants requiring a visa should ensure they allow sufficient time to complete the visa application process prior to the commencement of the International Criminal Court Summer School. It is advisable to being the process as early as possible.
* We will be happy to offer a Letter of Invitation, should you need one for visa processing. Please note that we are unable to send such letters via DHL or other express mail services, due to high cost. A scanned PDF will be emailed to each participant, and a hard copy mailed via Irish Post.
If participants have registered and are denied a visa, the Irish Centre for Human Rights will provide a refund (see refund information above).