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Science Camps (MINT-EC) in Germany

Enrollment for MINT-EC Camps has started

What is a MINT-EC Camp?

A MINT-EC Camp is a 5 day workshop at a university or other educational or scientific institution in Germany. For a week students will do practical research and are encouraged to do their own scientific inquiry in a specific field supported by university professors and scientists. At the same time there will be opportunities for exchange within the MINT-EC school network. Camp fees, accommodation and meals are covered by the MINT-EC organization.

MINT 400

Every year 400 students from MINT-EC schools have the opportunity to come together in Berlin to be part of MINT400. Together with their teachers they visit famous research institutes and attend exciting workshops. This program also includes a visit to the school lab of the German Air- and Space Center, sightseeing in Berlin and a visit to the German Bundestag. Camp fees, accommodation and food are covered by the MINT-EC organization.

Overview of MINT-Camps, school year 2018/19:

February 19th- 26th

MINT 400

March 17th – 20th

Paper, a Hi-tech Material

March 30th - April 4th

MINT EC Academy: HPI Camp Informatics

May 6th – 9th

Molecular Biology

May 7th – 10th

Sustainability in Resources and Engineering

June 11th – 14th

Modern Physics

 

More information is available at http://mint-ec.de

How to participate

The enrollment period for the participation in MINT-EC Camps and MINT 400 has started. Interested students from 10th to 12th grade please send your application by email to Dr. Müller (MINT-Coordinator of GISW) by December 9, 2018: gmueller@giswashington.org.

See you there!

Dr. Müller and Ms. Colopy

(STEM/MINT-Coordinators)

 

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