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 univie: summer school will take place from July 18th to August 15th 2020. The four week program offers high level European Studies courses and the Austrian Arbitration Academy 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. The Austrian Arbitration academy focuses on international dispute settlement by arbitral tribunals.
Students from all over the world have been drawn to the program, not only because of its outstanding academic reputation and the excellent opportunities it offers students to study German, but also because of its location directly on the shores of Lake Wolfgang, one of Austria's most scenic lakes in the picturesque Salzkammergut region and because of the excellent sports and recreational facilities.
The campus life creates an environment which encourages intercultural and social exchange and favours mutual understanding within the international student population. Participants thus broaden their horizons, meet colleagues from different fields of study, make friends for life and build connections for their future professional careers.
For further information or special requests please contact .
Summer School Ghent is offering two international student programs during the summer of 2020, covering the topics of “Sexual & Reproductive Health & Rights” and “Health & Migration”. The programs will take place from 5-16 July 2020 at Ghent University, Belgium. All students, post-graduates and PhD students can apply.
The programs are meant to broaden the participants’ horizons through lectures and workshops by renowned Belgian and international experts in their fields and to stimulate international research concerning infectious diseases and migrants’ health-related issues. The main topics explored include global issues such as family planning, female rights, and sexual education. The participants will have the opportunity to cooperate with students from different cultures and nationalities, and discuss opinions concerning ethical issues and legal frameworks.
Summer School Ghent is organized by students at Ghent University, cooperating with dean Piet Hoebeke M.D., Ph.D. (Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences) and Olivier Degomme M.D., Ph.D. (scientific director of the International Centre for Reproductive Health). Besides an interesting and challenging educational program, a social program will be organized as well.
More information is available at the Summer School Ghent website.
For further information you can contact (Health and Migration) or (Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights).
Utrecht Summer School offers 200 courses in a variety of fields and disciplines during the summer of 2020. The summer school provides dozens of courses geared towards humanities - among them, courses on aspects of art history, anthropology, linguistics, and other relevant topics are provided. The course offering is published on the Utrech Summer School website, along with all relevant information regarding applications, housing, and other practicalities.
The summer courses are offered at various price points, durations, and academic levels. Please note that no scholarships, grants or tuition waivers are available.
The European University Viadrina in Frankfurt (Oder) in Germany offers two short-term programs: Europe and Beyond, and The European System of Human Rights Protection.
The first program, Europe and Beyond, lasts 6 weeks from June 3rd to July 18th, 2020 and costs approximately 2400 euros, which also includes accommodation, lunches, transportation, and extracurricular activities. The program offers courses like "A Cultural History of the Devil" or "Borders in Central and Eastern Europe – States, Migration, and Mobility from 1800 to the Present".
The second program lasts from July 6th to July 17th, 2020 and provides an integrated treatment of the various European systems and of specifically European issues of human rights protection. The program costs 490 euros which includes full tuition costs, accommodation, and all meals.
More information can be found on the University webpage.
Národní centrum písemnictví v Gruzii (The Korneli Kekelidze Georgian National Centre of Manuscripts) organizuje 6. mezinárodní letní školu gruzínských studií s názvem Georgian Manuscript. Letní škola se uskuteční v termínu od 15. do 24. července 2020 v Tbilisi a je určena zahraničním zájemcům z řád výzkumných pracovníků a doktorských/magisterských studentů, kteří se zajímají o historii a kulturu Gruzie, zejména o dědictví gruzínského písemnictví, či středověkou historii obecně.
Výuka probíhá v angličtině. Veškeré pobytové náklady v rámci Gruzie (ubytování, stravování, exkurze tvořící součást programu) hradí gruzínská strana. Cestovní náklady do a z Gruzie si hradí každý účastník sám. Bližší informace včetně formuláře přihlášky jsou zveřejněné na webových stránkách Akademické informační agentury.
Zájemci o účast na letní škole zasílají vyplněnou přihlášku do Národního centra písemnictví na emailovou adresu: , a to nejpozději do 20. února 2020.
Osnabrück University organizes an International Summer School with the name "Intercultural Competencies" which offers an in-depth view into the field of cross-cultural psychology. Students gain profound insights into current scientific debates and important topics in the context of intercultural competencies. They also develop intercultural empathy while getting to know different techniques and methods used in the intercultural training sector. This interactive format conveys a basic understanding of how culture influences the perception of time, space, and groups.
The summer school takes place from July 19 - August 8, 2020. The course is organized in English. The course fee is 1500 EUR.
All essentials (such as accommodation, tuition, local transport, etc.) are included in the program fee except for personal expenses and travel fees. Depending on the program, a number of different scholarships may be available to applicants as well. The deadline for applications is March 31, 2020. More information can be found on the University website.
The Europaeum published a call for a spring school at Oxford with the name "Europe in the World – the World in Europe" that will take place from April 23 to April 25 at Oxford, England. The spring school is open to master’s and doctoral students who wish to either just join the discussions, or give 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).
This Spring School will bring together post-graduate researchers, mainly but by no means exclusivlely, 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 include topics such as migration, economic investments in Europe and security challenges stemming from external instability, but the participants are also actively invited to challenge the notions underlying this simple dichotomy and provide alternative readings of how interdependence in the world has developed over the last centuries and how that affects the current state of Europe.
The deadline for submission of applications is January 26, 2020. More information is available at the Europeaum website.
The Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences with the collaboration of the municipality of Hermoupolis-Syros and local cultural and educational institutions are organiying a summer school which addresses issues related to e-Journalism, Culture & Creative Economy. The seminar will concern the disciplines of journalism, new media, culture and creative economy. The seminar will take place from the 25th of June until the 5th of July 2020. The seminar is open to undergraduate and post-graduate students. The registration fee is 600 euros.
The programme emphasizes multi-media production by participants who will work in a collaborative, project-based environment inspired by the vibrant cultural life of the island and the unique architectural features of Hermoupolis. Main topics include ethics and practices of e-journalism, data mining, cultural heritage and modern creative activities, culture of the Aegean Sea and the city of Hermoupolis as sources of inspiration, importance of Creative Economy and new opportunities, and new business models and social entrepreneurship.
Deadline for applications is March 31, 2020. More information is available here.
The Summer School of Greek Language, History and Culture (Corfu Summer School) will be taking place from 12 to 26 July 2020 in Corfu. The summer school costs 600 euros (without accommodation) or 850 euros (includes accommodation at the University’s hall of residence).
The summer school offers offers lectures on the Greek language, history and culture, guided tours of the island’s cultural attractions, and excursions. The program includes:
Lectures focusing on ancient, medieval, modern and contemporary Greek history, Modern Greek literature, Ancient Greek, analysis of speech in Modern Greek, production and understanding of written and spoken language, as well as ancient Greek, Byzantine and modern art and music.
Visits and tours with a professional tour guide in the old town of Corfu (designated UNESCO World Heritage Site). Among other things, visits will be made at the Archaeological Museum, the Old Fortress, the Museum of Music and the Old Philharmonic Society, and other important sights.
One all-day guided excursion to Ioannina (castle, museums, etc.), and the archaeological site of Dodoni.
The deadline for applications is May 15, 2020. You can find more relevant information on the Corfu Summer School website.
The University of Glasgow is offering various summer courses which you can attend to explore a chosen topic in depth and experience teaching from world-class academics. The University offers courses on the topics of Scotland (Scottish Urban Landscapes in Film and Glass: Glasgow School of Art; Education in a Globalised World), English language (Advanced Description of English Grammar and Text), Literature and Creative Writing (Fantastic Texts and Where to Find Them: Approaching Fantasy Literature, from Fairy Tales to Harry Potter; Writing the City), and Theology (History of Christianity in Scotland; Religion and Spirituality in Scotland).
Course fees vary depending on your chosen course. Accommodation costs are separate to tuition fees, but the University of Glasgow offers accommodation options. Course costs include:
Airport pick up on arrival day
Orientation pack and welcome event
Scottish social and cultural immersion programme - including 2 day trips
End of course certificate
Applications are open until April 15, 2020. You can find more relevant information on the University website.
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