Water and Human Health in Urban Systems – Toxicology and epidemiology, microbiology and risk assessment
The 1st summer school within this row (2015 to 2017) is dedicated to the quality of water in metropolitan areas with respect to chemical and microbiological contaminants. Numerous studies have shown that a multitude of micro pollutants, some of them with toxic, carcinogenic, endocrine or resistancepromoting effects is present in urban aquatic systems and that pathogens are often hard to detect, e.g. in VBNC state, and thus their prevalence might be underestimated.
The summer school 2015 is being held from September, 28th to October 11th. That means that you should catch a travel to arrive on September 27th.
For a valid application
Please send us:
- your CV
- Letter of Motivation
- Summary of research/PhD topic (1 page)
- Transcript of records/diploma with grading key
If possible collect all documents in one pdf-file.
Application period closes on May 31st.
Costs & Fees
The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) priory funding line “Sustainable Water
Management (NaWaM)” funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) supports 20 students from Iran, Vietnam, Indonesia, Mongolia, Thailand, Cambodia and Jordan to participate in this summer school.
- Course fee: fully funded
- Living Allowance: the lump sum of 750 € for two weeks is funded
- Travel: lump sums are funded (Indonesia 875 €, Iran 650 €, Jordan 400 €, Mongolia 850 €, Cambodia 1050 €, Thailand 725 €, Vietnam 775 €)