This seminar will be held at the Theodor-Heuss-Akademie in Gummersbach, Germany (near the city of Köln). The Friedrich Naumann Foundation für die Freiheit will host it.
Note that for the selected students, accommodations and attendance to the conferences are free. Selected students will only need to fund their transportation.
A specific offer for students from the US applying to the Gummersbach seminar is however available:
Thanks to to a specific grant from the Charles Koch Foundation, US students that will be selected will be offered an $800 travel stipend. To be eligible, those US students must be finishing their Bachelor’s degree or currently working on their Master’s Degree but not yet enrolled in a PHD program. Students need to have serious plans to pursue a PHD for the purpose of pursuing an academic career.
Faculty will include: Douglas Rasmussen (philosophy), Pierre Garello (economics of law), Steve Davies (history), Murat Mungan (law), Christian Nasulea (economics).