Three one-week workshops will be held in Hamburg, Berlin, and Kampala.
The courses will be complemented by structured e-learning modules covering relevant topics. After successful completion of the programme, the fellows will be granted six European credit transfer
system (ECTS) points from the University of Basel. To achieve this, they are required to:
- Participate successfully in eight obligatory e-learning modules, which will be made
accessible from 1 – 31 January 2018 (around 10h student investment time, in total) and which will be graded; the best 16 fellows will be accepted into the full programme
- Participate successfully in 12 more eLearning modules, which will be made available from
15 February to 31 March 2018 (about 16h of student investment time)
- Participate in the introductory workshop from 16 to 20 April 2018 in Hamburg,
- Participate in the second workshop with a main focus on real-time simulation of
biological incidents from 16 to 20 July 2018 in Berlin, Germany
- Participate in the final face to face course with field testing of developed case studies from 15 to 19 October 2018
in Kampala, Uganda.
- Complete additional distance-based group work (during and in between workshops) concerning the development of case
studies (around 40h student investment time)
- Conduct a biosafety/biosecurity training in their home institutions between the first and the second workshop
The programme budget covers economy-class flights, visa fees and accommodation. Daily meals are provided;
no daily allowances (per diems) will be paid. There are no tuition fees.