Informatica Feminale – the 24th international Summer University for Women students and professionals in Computer Science goes online and will be organized by University of Bremen in Germany from July to September 2021. We cordially invite women students of all disciplines, levels and different types of institutions of higher education as well as all women interested in computing and women ICT professionals from all over the world! Teaching languages will be English and German.

The course program will be published in May or June. Registration will open then.

Teaching and study times will be different in every course – ongoing from July until the end of September. If courses will be possible in place, they will be organized from 13th-25th September 2021.

There will be no participation fees for online courses in 2021.

For human resources managers we are particullarly pointing out that, during the whole summer school there will be plenty of opportunities to sponsor and to get in touch with graduates.

For more information, see our Informatica-Feminale-FAQ2021-en.pdf


Courses and Registration

The program will be published here in May or June.

Registration will be necessary via this website.

Teaching and study times were be different in every course – ongoing from July until end of September.

If courses will be possible on place at Bremen University, we will organize that from 13.-25. September 2021.

There were no participation fees in 2021.


Social Events

Further on, you are invited to join several online lectures and discussions.
When a summer university on place shall become possible, we will arrange several social events.

Wishes and Proposals

Dear participants, lecturers and interested parties of the summer universities,

The team of the international summer universities in Bremen is kindly asking for your support and feedback: We are looking for new exciting topics, lecturers, technical contents and discourses for the future summer universities and for the enlargement of our network. Which lecturers, speakers of activists did you always want to experience in a course at the summer universities? Which topics are you interested in that should find space at the summer universities in form of teaching, discussion, workshop (…)? Together, we want to continue staging exceptional, diverse and interesting summer universities that reflect technical discourses and innovations and that discusses recent topics. We are looking forward to your impulses!

Please write down your ideas right here. Keep in mind to formulate with regard to data privacy, e.g. try not to share foreign email addresses.
To receive a summary of your proposal or to enable us to contact you regarding possible requests, you can fill in your email address here.


The registration as participant is possible via a common web-based registration system of the Informatica Feminale and the Ingenieurinnen-Sommeruni.

The new courses program 2021 will be published in May or June. Registration will be possible from this website then.

Please follow further information on this website whether any events in place at Bremen University will be possible in September 2021.

Teaching and study times will be different in every online course – ongoing from July until the end of September.

The attendance of courses requires prior registration. You may attend several courses, but you will have to register for each course bindingly beforehand. In order to register, please select the courses which you’d like to attend from our website.

Places will be assigned according to time of registration. First come, first served!

Your course registration will be confirmed via e-mail from the University of Bremen after completion of your registration process. Further information regarding the program procedure will be e-mailed as well. The lecturers will contact their students beforehand with materials necessary for preliminary course requirements.

Participants may select additional courses. As soon as a course is fully booked it will appear as blocked in the online registration system.

Liability Disclaimer
The organizers assume no liability for any damage to persons or to property, which is caused by participants or their children.