Students must take three courses, taught in English, each with 15 hours of lectures, 9 hours of practical classes, and 4 hours of exams. Candidates will be informed of the available courses in early May. There will also be practical projects, some of which may be continued after the end of the camp.
The camp will also include astronomical observation sessions, both with the naked eye and with telescopes (including one coinciding with the peak of the Perseids meteor shower) allowing students to get to know the night sky, and skype conversations with astronomers and physicists working in several countries.
Recreational activities include hiking, several sports activities, and film and documentary sessions. There will also be some community service activities.