The PhD summer school in global history was launched in 2020 on the initiative of Christof Dejung (University of Bern), with the aim of bringing together specialists in history and global studies from the Circle U and The Guild networks: Aarhus, Bern, King’s College London, Oslo, Paris Cité and Tübingen. Cancelled in 2020 and 2021 due to the pandemic, it took place in 2022 hosted by the University of Aarhus, in the Sandjberg conference centre, with excellent results. In line with GRIP’s objectives and in line with the dynamics of the seminars already approved, the aim is to create a network of excellence of junior and senior researchers in global history, anchored in the ICT and CESSMA laboratories. The opening to interdisciplinary debates in social sciences is privileged. In 2023, the aim is also to initiate a collaboration with the African Research Universities Alliance by inviting African doctoral students, in connection with the active collaborations of each university