In cooperation with the Federica Weblearning Center, the International Association for Political Science Students (IAPSS) is launching a Call for Applications for members of the IAPSS CLASS at the Introduction to Political Science massive open online course (MOOC) program, offered jointly by the Federica Center and the International Political Science Association (IPSA).
This MOOC program is the first comprehensive introduction to Political Science, taught by several renowned scholars in the discipline, and available remotely to participants via the interactive course platform edX. The program contains five courses, covering research design & methods, concept formation, the fundamentals of comparative politics, democracy studies and international relations. Each course has a workload of 4-6 hours per week. While the program is open to individual participants, there are several unique opportunities entailed in joining it as member of the IAPSS CLASS:
To this end, the applicants are required to provide:
All documents are to be sent by July 15, 2018 (extended) via e-mail as a single PDF file to email@example.com.
An individual IAPSS membership is required from all successful applicants. Please find an overview of the wide range of services and benefits of IAPSS membership, and the online application form here. In addition, an honest declaration of the seriousness of their commitment to the program will need to be provided upon acceptance. Members of the IAPSS CLASS are expected to agree with being featured in promotional material of IAPSS and/or the Federica Center.
Please do not hesitate to contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org in case of further questions or inquiries.
We look forward to your applications!
On behalf of the IAPSS Executive Committee
Head of the Academic Department
 Most probably the IAPSS World Congress 2019. A workshop with the participation of the IAPSS CLASS graduates, evaluating the outcomes of the program, is planned to be scheduled for which the IAPSS CLASS graduates would be invited with prospects of active participation.