After reading the guildelines below (application and participation requirements, application tips), register your application in the University of Oslo's course portal 'Søknadsweb'.
Registation for Tromsø is open March 1 - April 1, the course is listed as
"185 1148 Orality, Textuality and Tradition - TFATTR9192"
Paper: You have two options, to submit your PhD project description or part of your thesis. For the seminar in Athens, participants may submit an updated version of the paper by February 1, 2018.
For new applicants only: Abstract of your PhD project and PhD program confirmation.
All participants will present a paper and respond to two of the other participant's papers (prepared, written responses).
All participants are also expected to prepare for the research seminars (required reading) and to participate at all parts of the program throughout the week.
Tips for new applicants
Your admittance will depend on the relevance of your PhD project to the ATTR educational program, and your topic and academic field. At every seminar, we form an interdisciplinary group with PhD students from the fields of Law, Theology and the Humanities, and preferably from all ATTR's partner institutions and international top-level academic institutions.
Each seminar has a limited number of Places. Most places are reserved for PhDs employed at UiO/UiB/UiT/MF/NTNU (ATTR's member institutions), the rest for PhDs from other national and international institutions.