Summer School 2024

Applications are now OPEN

Please hand in your application through the application form until May 29th 2024.

Course fees and costs

The course fees are as follows:

Students: 250 Euro (incl. 100 Euros for meals)
Professionals (with regular income): 450 Euros (incl. 100 Euros for meals)
IPPNW members: 190 Euro (incl. 100 Euros for meals)

Please get in touch with us if you want to become a member of IPPNW or find more information here.
The course fee includes participation in all events, lunch and drinks during the day. It also includes participation at the Symposium on trauma and psychosocial work. It does not include accommodation costs, transportation and additional living expenses.

Applicants that are facing financial insecurity and/or are from low and middle income countries can apply for a reduced course fee. Please get in touch if this applies to you. In this case we will also try to assist you with finding low-cost accommodation.

IPPNW Germany can assist 1-2 participants from IPPNW partner sections each year with travel funds. If you are a member of an IPPNW partner section and would like to apply for this, please indicate so in the application form.


This week is especially aimed at the participation of undergraduate/graduate students, young health professionals and activists with an interest in global health, peace and international solidarity. To foster an interdisciplinary exchange, we welcome all students in humanities and medicine as well as young physicians, or professionals of other fields, who have gained initial experiences in global health and would like to contribute in their professional or educational work to achieve the right to health for all. The number of participants is limited to 25.

It is important to us to keep the Summer School as accessible as possible. If you have particular needs, e.g. childcare or anything else, feel free to reach out to us and we will try to find an individual solution.

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