Registration for regular courses and accommodation opens October 17th and closes December 16th. You will find the registration form under ‘Registration’. If you don't fill out the accommodation part, we will expect you to arrange for accommodation yourself.
If you need to cancel your registration (via firstname.lastname@example.org), make sure you do this before the cancellation deadline of 10 days before the start of your courses in order to cancel without costs!
Lodging or accommodation is free for those PhD students and REMA students who are officially affiliated with one of the eight institutes that participate in LOT, with exception of the weekend in between both weeks. (Friday January 13th and Saturday January 14th). Check with the coordinator of your institute in case of doubt of LOT membership.
For non-LOT students, lodging is not for free and not included in the participation fee.
See for more information on prices and location of accommodation below the Local Info.
Make sure your payment is done before the deadline of registration (December 16th) to be sure of your participation!
Travel costs reimbursement terms for PhD students and REMA students affiliated with one of the eight LOT institutes:
a reimbursement form can be found HERE. Also, you must save your tickets. If you travel with an OV Chipcard, make sure you include an overview of your travel costs from: https://www.ov-chipkaart.nl/login. You may reimburse your LOTschool travel costs for up to 4 months after the school (20 May 2012), which means that any forms received after that date will not be considered.
Courses can be cancelled and changed up to 1 week before the start of the course.
Accomodation can be cancelled for free until 10 days before the start of your reservation.
Registration: if you need to cancel your registration completely, make sure you do this at least 10 days before the start of your courses in order to get your fee refunded.
Participants receive a certificate which is worth 40 LOT credits (equal to 20 study hours) when they have attended a minimum of four sessions for each course. Your own university will decide how many ECTS credits you will receive for this number of study hours. The LOT guideline is that Master students affiliated with one of the LOT institutes can earn 10 ECTS from their university by participating in four courses (over two weeks), and writing one extensive research paper (about 20 pages). More information can be found here.