Applications are invited for places on four Summer Schools to be run in Summer 2010, supported by the Quantitative Methods in the Social Sciences 2 programme of the European Science Foundation. These will provide FREE oppportunities for junior researchers to undertake high-level training in the latest developments in quantitative methods.
The four 2010 Summer Schools will be on:
Advanced methods for the analysis of complex event history data (27 June -2nd July, Bristol, UK)
Methodolgical aspects of the use of composite scores in cross-cultural research (1-8 September, Vienna, Austria)
Understanding survey quality (13-20 August, Switzerland)
Summer school in ‘R’ (Late August/Early September, Bucharest, Romania)
Twenty-five applicants will be selected to participate in each Summer School – selection will be primarily on the basis of merit, subject to consideration of balance with respect to country and discipline. The language of instruction will be English.
Accommodation and meal costs at the Summer School will be covered, but applicants must find their own travel costs.
For further information on eligibility and the application procedure see: