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Download the application form and return it to the ASPR by the indicated deadline.
A few days after the application deadline you will be informed about the decision of the admissions board by email.
This depends on your nationality. Please see http://www.bmeia.gv.at/aussenministerium/buergerservice/pass-und-visum/schengen-visainformationen.html for more information.
You need to apply for a Schengen visa at the Austria Embassy in your country of residence. If there is no Austrian Embassy in your country of residence, you need to apply at the Embassy of another Schengen state. Please refer to http://www.bmeia.gv.at/aussenministerium/buergerservice/oesterreichische-vertretungen.html to find out which Embassy is responsible for visa applications in your country of residence.
No. The ASPR is a non-profit and non-governmental training provider and has no capacity to provide scholarships.
Dress code is informal. However, during the official opening and closing ceremony, formal attire is recommended.
Please inform us accordingly as soon as possible. Depending on your requirements, we will inform you about options available.
No. Participants are requested to arrive timely for the beginning of the courses and be present until the official closing is completed.
AKU stands for autonomous knowledge unit and is the unit which is part of the e-Learning programme in the pre-residential phase of all ESDC courses. They need to be successfully completed in order to receive the ESDC certificate.
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