Season Schools / Workshops

The EERA Summer School 2022 "Research design from scratch: Making sense of the whats, whos and hows of your investigation", hosted by the University of Porto and SPCE – Sociedade Portuguesa de Ciências da Educação (Portuguese Educational Research Association), will take place 11 - 15 July at the University of Porto, Portugal. The application period is 15 November 2021 - 31 January 2022
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The History of Education Doctoral Summer School (HEDSS) started as an EERA pilot project in Ghent in 2010 and was followed by meetings in Birmingham 2011, Lisbon 2012, Hamburg 2013, Umeå 2014, Luxembourg 2015, Groningen 2016, Porto Conte 2017, Riga 2018, Liverpool 2019 and Lyon 2021. This 12th session of the summer school is organised at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid.
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The demand to publish in English in order to participate in European debates is often a challenge for non-English speaking researchers. EERA is responding to this challenge with a series of Academic Writing Workshops.
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EERA provides funding for Network projects, such as workshops, which will contribute to a Network’s development, address the issue of capacity-building and further EERA’s objectives.
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21.10.2019
Interested in hosting an EERA Summer School? EERA Council is currently looking for a host for the EERA Summer School 2022-2023. The EERA Summer School is a joint project of EERA and the hosting institution.
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The field of educational research needs to ensure engagement and support for the next generation of researchers on a European basis. Therefore EERA initiated a Summer School addressing generic academic skills like academic writing in 2010 and 2011 plus started to financially support EERA networks in organising summer / spring courses in their research area.
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Season School Mission

The aim of the ‘European Educational Research Association’ (EERA) is to further high quality educational research for the benefit of education and society. High quality research not only acknowledges its own context but also recognises wider, transnational contexts with their social, cultural and political similarities and differences. To accomplish this, engagement and support for the next generation of European researchers is essential.  EERA season schools bring together early career researchers and PhD students from a number of nations to share and discuss their research and experiences with experts within their own field of research, in order to further the professional development of emerging researchers.