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Applications Now Open: WIPO Summer Schools in Russian

April 19, 2024

The WIPO Academy is teaming up with the National Center of Intellectual Property of Belarus, and the National Institute of Intellectual Property of the Republic of Kazakhstan (Qazpatent) to offer two WIPO Summer Schools on intellectual property (IP) for Russian speakers in 2024.


WIPO-Belarus Summer School on IP

The WIPO-Belarus Summer School will be held from May 27 to June 7, 2024 in hybrid format with the in-person classes taking place at the National Library of Belarus in Minsk, Belarus. Registration for the summer school is open until May 10, 2024 on the WIPO eLearning Center.

Register for the WIPO-Belarus Summer School on IP

WIPO-Kazakhstan Summer School on IP

The WIPO-Kazakhstan Summer School will be held in-person from June 17 to 28, 2024 at the Qazpatent office in Astana, Kazakhstan. Registration for the summer school is open until May 15, 2024 on the WIPO eLearning Center.

Register for the WIPO-Kazakhstan Summer School on IP

Why apply?

The WIPO Summer Schools are an exciting two-week opportunity for graduate and postgraduate university students and young professionals interested in learning more about intellectual property (IP) as an instrument of economic, social, cultural and technological development, as well as the role that WIPO plays in the global IP system. The summer schools also offer participants a platform to network with peers, in addition to IP experts from academia and the private and public sectors. Participants benefit from a practical approach to IP through simulation exercises, group work, panel discussions and case studies.

Upon the successful completion of a WIPO Summer School program, participants are awarded a WIPO certificate.

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