Applied General Equilibrium Modelling GLOBE, STAGE and R23 Models

© Scott McDonald & Karen Thierfelder

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Intermediate CGE Modelling: Fees




A c10% reduction in the course fee is offered to applicants that pay for the 'Practical CGE Modelling course' and the 'Intermediate CGE Modelling course' by Friday 13th October 2017, i.e., £1,700 (professional developed); £1,400 (professional developing); £1,150 (student developed); £900 (student developing); £200 (scholarships).

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Developed Economy Rate

Developing Economy Rate

Professional

£(GBP) 1,000

£(GBP) 825

Student

£(GBP) 700

£(GBP) 550

Scholarship


£(GBP) 150

Cancellations


All cancellations are must be sent to Karen Thierfelder (karen@cgemod.org.uk). An 80% refund of payments made for both courses, in GBP after our bank and currency charges but excluding the recipients bank fees, will be available for all cancellations received by Monday 9th October 2017. A 75% refund of payments for the intermediate course, in GBP, will be available for all cancellations received by Monday 25th December 2017. Refunds of payments made for both courses, in GBP, will be available for all cancellations for the second ('intermediate') course received by Monday 18th December 2017 (£500 (professional developed); £400 (professional developing); £300 (student developed); £200 (student developing); £0 (scholarships).


Notes:

  1. Developing economies are those classified as 'Low-income economies' and 'Lower-middle-income economies' by the World Bank at the time an application is made.
  2. Payments in GB pounds (sterling) are by electronic/wire transfer or international cheque. Payees should pay their own bank fees and any currency fees, but not the bank fees of CGEMOD. Clearance of payments typically takes 3 to 5 working days after the funds are received by a UK bank.
  3. Students are required to correspond from an academic email address and provide confirmation of their status from an academic advisor with an academic email address.
  4. A limited number of scholarships are available to students from developing countries. Applications for a scholarship must be made at the time of registration; applications must be accompanied by a case for being awarded the scholarship that is not longer than one-side of A4/US letter. Applicants must be registered at a degree awarding institution, correspond from an academic email address and provide confirmation of their status from an academic advisor.