ICO International Spring School 2020

Do not forget to send in your registration!!


The ICO ISS2020 is coming closer. Just a few more days to register and to send in your paper and abstract. Join us at the beautiful abbey of Rolduc for an inspiring week. Meet your international peers, join workshops, and talk about your research.

You will spend 5 (or 3) days in the Dutch hills, between March 16 until the early afternoon of March 20, 2020. During this week you will participate in workshops given by international researchers, and you will be able to learn from the keynote lectures of two renowned scholars in the field of educational sciences. You will also present your own research and receive feedback from experienced researchers and your peers. There is also an extensive social programme, which allows you to really get to know your international colleagues and build up contacts for life.

We are expecting PhD students from the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, Finland, Norway, Sweden, and other countries. Are you going to be one of them?

What to expect:

  • Participation in two advanced workshops related to methodology and themes within the educational sciences
  • Share your research in a paper, poster, or a round table presentation, and receive and provide feedback
  • Join the extensive social programme, which allows you to really get to know your international colleagues

Within the venue there are sleeping facilities, and we expect everyone to stay and fully embrace the experience of sharing a week with other scientists within your research field. If you have special needs, or requests about the sleeping facilities or the meals, let us know in your registration form or contact us.

Registration will be open until the 15th of February! please check the page “Registration” for further information.

We are looking forward meeting you in Rolduc Abbey!

The coordinating team of the ICO ISS2020,
Caroline Vonk – ICO, coordinator ICO ISS2020, c.vonk@uu.nl
Julia van Leeuwen, PhD Radboud University Nijmegen
Rosa Alberto, PhD Utrecht University
with assistance of the VPO