Quantum Future Academy

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What is it?

The Quantum Future Academy is a European wide, one-week school on quantum technologies that will take place in Berlin, in November.

60 students from 30 countries across Europe will be selected to participate in this event, with all expenses covered (travel, accomodation and activities).

You can apply to be part of the Spanish delegation of students here!

Our aims

  • Promote young European talents in quantum technologies (QT)

  • Establish a strong Quantum Community in Europe

  • Bring together students from natural sciences and engineering

  • Training and insights in quantum technology, theory and practice!

  • Strengthening networks of students, science, industry and start-ups

  • Provide you with QT-related career perspectives and options

  • Have fun together!

Photo courtesy of Nikolas Knake

Selection process


Application is open for students in the last year of the degree or who are right now working on their master studies.

Candidates must be fluent in English, as that will be the language of the meeting in the Quantum Future Academy in Berlin.

We accept students from Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Engineering or any other technical or non-technical specialties, who are motivated to learn and contribute to the world of Quantum Technologies.

The selection process has two steps: a submission and an interview.

  • The deadline for the submission is July 19th.

  • The interview will take place in July 24th via an open Zoom multiconference.

  • In July we will announce the selected candidates.

How can you apply?

The first step of the submission requires you to send us

  • A copy of your CV, including your marks in the degree and máster

  • A one page motivation letter explaining why you want to participate.

A selection of students will be invited to participate in an open online workshop, where you will be asked to present yourself in a 5 minute speech, summarizing your interests and motivation, and answering questions from a panel of international experts and teachers in the field.