Níže najdete některé pozvánky na letní školy v zahraničí. Tento seznam není úplný. Zahraniční univerzity v některých případech nabízejí studentům partnerských univerzit odpuštění nebo snížení poplatku za letní školu. O finanční podporu letních škol lze žádat přes Podporu internacionalizace na UK.
Největší množství pozvánek na letní školy se zpravidla začíná objevovat během února - května.
The Off the Beaten Track summer field school is held annually on the islet of Gozo, one of the three inhabited islands of the Maltese Archipelago in the heart of the Mediterranean. The program offers a unique opportunity to acquire 'in the field' experience.
The program offers both budding anthropologists and more advanced scholars a valuable opportunity to do ethnographic and anthropological research. The Off the Beaten Track program itself is focused on fieldwork, data collection and primary analysis. Writing and editing of any individual or collective research articles will be done after the program through online collaboration.
The dates for the summer school are as follows: June 5 - June 24 | July 2 - July 21 | July 29 - August 17.
Selection is not based on previous academic merit or project complexity. Students of all levels, as well as other anthropology enthusiasts or previous participants, are welcome and invited to apply.
Expeditions and the University of Leuven offer two full scholarships for the 2021 Off the Beaten Track Malta Summer Program. Scholarships are granted on a competitive basis and based on a research proposal.
During the field school, you will have the opportunity to engage with experienced practitioners undertaking research of their own, and to gain knowledge from their experiences of the islands and further afield. Lessons from these projects can be fully integrated in your own field work.
More information can be found on the official Off the Beaten Track website.
Regent’s University London’s offers intensive summer programmes in the heart of central London. You can choose from a 6-week and 10-week summer programme. The fee per module is £1,800 - discounts are available for partner universities (including Charles University).
If you want to apply for the summer school, please contact us ( ) as we must nominate you first; following this you will get an e-mail with the appropriate online application link.
Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (UAM) and Spain Center for International Education (SpaCIE) have created a joint Summer School “A Multidisciplinary Approach to Climate Change” (12-23 July 2021). The 2-week study programme offers a high-quality multidisciplinary course, taught in English by professors of many disciplines (Art, Biology, Business, Chemistry, Earth Sciences, Economics, Engineering, Geography, Humanities, Law, Marketing, Physics, Political Science, Psychology, and Sociology) and by practitioners from the business world. The course is complimented by social and cultural events, as well as academic field trips.
The tuition fee is subject to a discount for students from partner universities. The application deadline is June 4, 2021.
The summer school offers a programme of courses and digital activities to create synergy around sustainable solutions and encourage interdisciplinary collaboration. The courses are tuition free and open for students of our partner universities and Swedish students. The courses start July 5 2021 and end July 30 2021.
All courses offered will focus on the issues relating to the Sustainable Development Goals and will provide a challenging and rewarding academic atmosphere for you to develop knowledge around contemporary sustainability challenges within your own academic discipline as well as skills necessary to contribute towards fulfilling Agenda 2030. All courses are on Bachelor level and taught in English.
Find out more information here. If you want to apply for the summer school, please contact us ( ) as we must nominate you first. Once your nomination has been accepted, you will receive the application link by e-mail.
University of Turku is offering several summer school programmes on various topics such as "Solving wicked problems of the future ocean", "Ethics of Safety and Well-Being in Nordic Society", "Sea, Nature and Finnish Culture". For a complete offer of courses, visit the Turku Åbo Summer School website. In most cases you are eligible to apply if you are 18 years old and have fluent English language skills. Start by choosing the course, write a motivation letter and submit your application via online form.
The courses take place between August 6 and August 20, 2021. The application deadline is April 12, 2021. Fees are course-specific (45€–75€). The fee for Social Programme is 100€.
The European University Viadrina is organising its "Challenge Weeks 2021" and offering a variety of courses which will take place from June 7 until July 23, 2021. All courses equal an overall of around 30 contact hours. Detailed information regarding the course content, assignments and schedule is published here.
The Humanities and Social Sciences Track offers courses "Conflict Analysis and Peace Mediation", "A Year of Challenges: Approaching the Corona Pandemic", "“And the Walls come falling down.” How to Remember troubled Pasts? Public Memory of controversial History".
Participation fee is 1990€ and includes two courses, accommodation, lunch on weekdays, transaction costs, transportation within Frankfurt (Oder), extracurricular activities and taxes. Applications will open February 1, 2021. For a detailed description of the procedure, please visit the website of the European University Viadrina.
The univie: summer school 2021 is a four week program offers high level European Studies courses and German Language courses. The European Studies courses are held in English and focus on Europe and the European Union. They cover political, economic, and legal, but also historical and cultural aspects of the multiple transformations the continent is currently undergoing. In addition to the academic program, German language courses are offered at four different levels of proficiency.
The summer school will take place from July 17 to August 14 2021. It is located in the village of Strobl in the Salzkammergut region, one of Austria’s most attractive summer vacation areas. Students and faculty are accommodated at the program’s summer campus on the shore of Lake Wolfgang.
The application deadline for the univie: summer school is April 30, 2021. More information is available here.
Transylvania International Summer Courses of Romanian Language and Civilization will take place between July 19th – August 6th, 2021. There is a 3-week teaching plan, consisting of a 3-hour course programme each working day, in the afternoon. Besides the Romanian language classes, you can expect live, interactive conferences and demonstrative workshops on Romanian culture and civilization.
The summer course is organized by the University Babes-Bolyai inn Cluj-Napoca, Romania.
The University of Pécs is organizing a summer school from July 4 to July 18, 2021. The objective of the summer course is to introduce Hungarian cultural heritage from many different perspectives. Students will learn about the history and the current political, economic and societal challenges of Hungary. They will also gain insight into Hungarian cuisine as well as classical and folk music. The summer course will utilize various social activities to provide the participants with a unique and enriching intercultural community experience. The program is open to undergraduate, graduate and PhD students
The application deadline for the scholarship is 11 March 2021. With the help of a scholarship offered by Tempus Public Foundation, higher education students, graduates and professionals can attend ‘The Cultural Heritage of Hungary’ summer course, held at the University of Pécs between July 4-18, 2021, free of charge. More information can be found on the official website.
The International Summer Program was created to enhance exchange agreements between El Colegio de México and various worldwide universities, and to help raise the profile of Latin American and Mexican Studies around the world. The ISP is a 4-week online academic program where students will be taking up to four academic courses focused on the study of Mexican and Latin American realities as approached by El Colegio de México faculty. In addition, students will also study Spanish as Foreign Language and engage in virtual cultural activities.
The ISP is delivered mainly in English - with some courses delivered in other languages - and will be held from June 28th to July 23rd, 2021. The fee for the program is 750USD. The application deadline is April 30, 2021. More information is available at the summer course website.
The Europaeum Spring School (22-24 April 2021) will bring together post-graduate researchers, mainly but by no means exclusively, in Humanities and Social Sciences discussing the wider impact of the world on Europe and of Europe in the world in a historical and contemporary context. Issues that will be explored by leading experts include topics such as the COVID crisis, our global state of democracy, ending the Cold War, and the implications of AI.
We welcome applications from master’s and doctoral students from within the Europaeum network who wish to either just join the discussions, or present a paper. Applications should include the Europaeum application form, a brief CV, a statement of purpose (up to 500 words), and a reference letter by their supervisor or academic advisor. Those who wish to submit a paper should also add a short abstract of the proposed paper (up to 500 words). Your application needs to be submitted to .
The application deadline is March 1, 2021. More information is available on the official Europaeum website.
The University of Amsterdam is organizing online summer programmes. The application procedure and entry requirements differ for each summer programme. The offer of online programmes includes courses such as:
Learn more about the summer school on the official UvA website. You can also explore the full range of summer programmes, including courses that are currently planned to run on-campus.
From the 30th of August till the 10th of September 2021 the University of Heidelberg offers a Summer School in Palaeography (Latin Handwriting) for the seventh time. Participants will not only acquire a fundamental knowledge of the Latin script but will also achieve skills in locating and dating manuscripts, as well as a reading competence that covers a bimillenium of Latin writing. Questions about the history of writing will be discussed with traditional as well as modern methods. In the class itself, main focus will lay on the exercise: Individual handwritings will be read together, results secured in the plenum and methodological approaches including research literature discussed. The exercise is accompanied by events in which special topics of palaeography and recent research results are presented.
Applications are due by the May 31, 2021. International Students should apply with a concise curriculum vitae, including the applicant's field of study. The University also requests a short statement of interest in the event (both no longer than one page in the respective mother tongue). Applications must be sent by .
Geneva Summer Schools at the University of Geneva foster exchange and collaboration on topics of global significance. The University offers a selection of short courses during the summer in a variety of fields such as International Humanitarian Law, Human Rights, Gender and Alterity, Crowdsourcing Sustainable Development, among others. All classes are taught in English by faculty from the University of Geneva and other institutions. Academic lectures will be combined with visits, round tables and debates.
GSS offers both in-person and online summer schools. The early bird deadline is February 28, 2021. Final deadline is usually April 15 (please check individual course deadlines). Tution fees vary course to course.
The Europa-Universität Viadrina Frankfurt (Oder), Germany, conducts the 22nd Summer Course "The European System of Human Rights Protection", 30 August - 10 September 2021, at the Faculty of Law. The Summer Course is offered online.
This Summer Course, held in English, will deal in detail specifically with the European system of human rights protection. Although there are numerous summer courses and other special study programs within Europe on human rights protection, this course provides an integrated treatment of the various European systems and of specifically European issues of human rights protection.
The total fee for the program is 250 EURO. A limited number of scholarships will be provided by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD).
For more information on the Summer Course and on the application procedure please visit the summer course homepage.
Cologne Summer School on Opinion Forming Processes in Digital Democracies is a two-week summer course, organized from July 26 to August 6, 2021). The program is open to students from all majors and especially those with an interest in politics, journalism, media law and freedom of speech. Following subtopics will be explored: Psychology, Mass and Social Media, Journalism, Freedom of Speech and Freedom of Press in Digital Democracies.
The application deadline is April 30, 2021. Students can decide whether they wish to apply for their participation in person or online. Certificate in English (preferably C1) is required of all applicants except for native speakers or persons who study entirely in English.
Seminars are taught in English by Tübingen University faculty and experts dedicated to the study of Europe. Each program follows an interdisciplinary approach. Class sessions cover diverse areas such as EU politics, history, law, international business and culture. Furthermore, for instance, beyond class sessions you meet with European politicians and representatives of civil society, debate on current European affairs, go on exciting and insightful study trips, and attend guest lectures by invited experts from the different fields.
Online Summer School I - European Politics and Human Rights (June 7 - July 2, 2021)
Application deadline: March 31, 2021
Online Summer School II - "Divided in Diversity" - The European Union in Crisis? (July 12 - August 20, 2021)
Application deadline: April 26, 2021
The courses offered can vary from program to program. Please see the respective program page to get more information on each course.
Koç University is organizing two online summer programs titled "International Migration and The Crisis- The Basic Instinct: Survival" and "Storytelling in Extended Reality: Worldbuilding".
International Migration and The Crisis- The Basic Instinct: Survival (June 28 – July 16, 2021)
This course presents an overview of the main issues raised by the cross-border movements of people. It will introduce students to current trends in migration flows, to the different types of human mobility and the dynamics behind them, and to governments’ responses to the social, political and legal challenges raised by international migration. The course material is organized to reflect on the social issues such as social mobility, poverty, gender, inequality and citizenship as they relate to different types of international mobility.
Storytelling in Extended Reality: Worldbuilding (July 5 – July 22, 2021)
Through a variety of lectures and collaborative discussions, students will learn to use immersive storytelling and worldbuilding framework in ideating creative solutions to be applied into XR experiences. The course focuses on a holistic design process where students practice various design tools, from narrative design, persona creation, to storyboarding and user journey mapping. Students will design and present one major XR project the whole course in groups. Using this iterative design process, the students are expected to develop creative and critical thinking about the rules and systems of today’s world through alternate scenarios of the near future.
The application deadline is April 16, 2021.
GUSEGG 2021 will offer a broad discussion of our understanding of security, stability, and happiness. Students will deal with the relevance and effect of Europe and the EU (emphasis on Southeastern Europe) and the Americas on global affairs by attending the offered research training lab, seminar modules, academic evening program and GUSEGG Academy events:
The Graz International Summer School Seggau is designed for internationally orien- ted, highly motivated students from all disciplines and all levels who wish to dee- pen their understanding of current European and international affairs by studying and discussing global developments and challenges in terms of radical definitions, reflecting aspects of individual and collective identities.
International students, professors, and lecturers join remotely from their homes and home universities via online platform, and form the ’clouds‘ of GUSEGG 2021. The application deadline is March 31, 2021. Check the GUSEGG website for more information.
Katholische Universität Eichstätt-Ingolstadt is offering participants the opportunity of an intensive German program with a personal atmosphere, professional teachers, exciting workshops and many entertaining virtual activities and discussions. The course will take place from Monday, July 12 to Friday, August 06, 2021.
What will be new and different this year is that the KU Summer School is also suitable for absolute beginners. German courses are offered from levels A1 to B2, complemented by workshops and social activities as well as interactions with German students. The duration is four weeks (100 course hours).
The application deadline is April 30, 2021. Check out the official website for more information.
St Mary's University is organising the Liberal Arts Summer School (7th June - 17th July 2021) which offers three modules that explore the philosophical, geographical, historical, literary and practical elements of the Arts and Humanities in London. The academic programme includes three field trips to introduce you to some of London’s famous art galleries, museums, theatres and other sites of cultural importance. You may choose to take one or two of the modules on offer, which will meet for six to nine hours each week. You can check out the individual modules on the official website.
Students from non-English speaking countries must have an overall 6.0 IELTS score with no component of the assessment below 5.5. Short Term Study (Student Visitor) visa is also necessary for students outside the UK.
The application deadline is April 15, 2021.
The KU Leuven virtual summer school “Europe Inside Out” will take place from June 21 to June 30, 2021. The course includes a multidisciplinary common part during which students are introduced to a broad range of perspectives on Europe.
KU Leuven also offers other summer courses:
Discounts for students from partner universities and current (exchange) students are available.
Learn more information on the official website.
Study with fellow students from all over the world, choosing to take a 3-week or 6-week online programme in June and July 2021. If English is your second language, you must have a minimum level of English language equivalent to IELTS 6.0/CEFR B2/Upper intermediate or above.
For the Weeks 1-3 Programme, the following modules are available:
Sustainable Development Goals, Global Challenge, Local Action, Achieved Outcomes
For the Weeks 4-6 programme, the following modules are available:
Fake News, Fake Science and Critical Thinking. What Should I Believe?
The application deadline is May 28, 2021. You can find further information, dates, and fees on the official website.
Radboud Summer School is organized by Radboud University, one of the leading academic centers of excellence in the Netherlands. Radboud Summer School offers over 30 online courses this summer, in various fields of expertise - check out the course overview. The intensive online courses are taught in English by renowned academics from Radboud University.
All CU students are eligible for 15% discount on their course fee.
The application deadline for our July courses is May 1st, and for our August courses June 1st.
The UNL's International Winter School 2021 of Latin American contemporary challenges will be held virtually from July 26 to August 13. All undergraduate and master international students are welcome to the UNL's Winter School. All of the courses will be taught in Spanish.
Registration are open until June 7, 2021. The requirements and necessary information are available on the winter school site.
Faculties and Academies of the University of Ljubljana offer more than 20 summer school courses in 2021 from a wide variety of disciplines. The most traditional ones are the summer school programs organized by the Faculty of Arts: the 57th Seminar of Slovenian Language, Literature and Culture, and the 40th Summer School of Slovenian Language attracting more Slovenian language enthusiasts from all over the world each year.