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.
Nově lze požádat o finanční podporu letních škol přes Podporu internacionalizace na UK.
Největší množství pozvánek na letní školy se zpravidla začíná objevovat během února - května.
Join us this summer at the University of Münster (WWU) and experience the European Campus of Intercultural Perspectives (ECIP)!
Intercultural competence has become an essential skill for all people involved, be it in working life abroad or in multicultural teams in one’s home country. But what is intercultural competence? What is a culture shock? What options are there to deal with intercultural misunderstandings? How does conflict resolution work? The Institute of Ethnology of the University of Münster and its longtime cooperation partner ESE invite you to participate in this one-week intensive programme from 26-30. August 2019 to address these questions.
No ready-made answers will be offered, instead we will investigate fundamental issues in intercultural encounters and analyse common stumbling-blocks in interaction in this globalized world. Further information and registration can also be found here.
Application Deadline: June 30th 2019.
Costs: 80€ for students of WWU and its partner universities (CU is a partner university)
Don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or need any extra information at .
The main aims of this three week course are to help participants to improve their ability in both general and academic English, while also learning more about humanities subjects offered by the University of Leicester in enjoyable surroundings. It also aims to give participants an insight into life in the UK and its higher education system. Participants on this programme are expected to have a minimum English level of IELTS 5.0, or equivalent.
More information can be found here.
Barcelona Social Summer 2019 will take place from the 1st to the 11th of July, 2019 at our Pere Tarrés Faculty of Social Education and Social Work. The program will include lectures during the morning sessions, and visits to social institutions or projects in the afternoon sessions, from Monday to Thursday. The course will be held in English, and it will centre its attention in different topics related to the social intervention in the Catalan and Spanish context (f. ex. Social policies, immigration, international cooperation, interculturality, and many others).
• Format: classes during the mornings, and visits during the afternoons, from Monday to Thursday. Fridays and weekends will be free.
• Price: € 750 (includes: courses, visits, transportation and lunches).
• When: from the 1st to the 11th of July, 2019
• Where: Faculty of Social Education and Social Work Pere Tarrés
• Accommodation: Accommodation options will be suggested, but the booking and payment will be covered by each participant.
• Registration: you can register now on-line through this link until the 30th of June of 2019.
The programme is available here. For more information, please contact Berta Soley via email: for further questions.
Summer schools organized by the University of Split are special programmes offering synergy between education, recreation and vacation, set in the beautiful city of Split, Croatia.
The aim of the summer school is to provide students and young professionals from different countries with opportunity to experience a multicultural and interdisciplinary learning through one of the seven programmes and the possibility of establishing cooperation with other participants and lecturers.
Learning is based on practical examples, visits to companies, and all that with lectures of domestic and foreign lecturers. Interesting courses, workshops, panel discussions on various topics are going to be a part of the summer school. By getting to know students from all over the world, you can always make new friends. Brush up your skills in the fields of your interest, build up your knowledge and provide yourself the experience of studying\learning in one of the best universities in Europe, with accommodation, food and best programmes guaranteed.
The Split Summer School will take place in the summer period (July-September). For each programme/course specific dates, as well as the cost, are defined (please check the link below). Courses will be held in English.
Estimated time spent on learning outcomes of the Summer School programme is 60 hours or 2 ECTS points.
The list of programmes offered by the University of Split is classified by the scientific fields and specific Faculty or Department and can be found here
Dovolujeme si Vás informovat o vyhlášení možnosti získání stipendií mexické vlády na letní kurz mexické španělštiny a mexické kultury. Nabídku je zveřejněna na webových stránkách Akademické informační agentury (AIA) zde. Informace ve španělštině jsou rovněž dostupné zde.
Zájemci a zájemkyně odevzdávají dokumentaci dle uvedeného seznamu na Velvyslanectví Mexika v České republice (V Jirchářích 151/10, Praha 1) nejpozději do 17. května 2019 do 17:00.
Frankfurt (Oder), 19 August – 1 September 2019
Viadrinicum is an annual summer school devoted to the countries of the Eastern Partnership region with a special focus on Ukraine. This year it will take place in the form of transsectoral UrbanLab, aiming to tackle the complex issues of local urbanism, urban development and active citizenship in small and medium-sized post-socialist cities from multiple theoretical and methodological perspectives. With a strong emphasis on participatory formats the school will allow its participants to deepen their knowledge about theories of (post-)socialist urbanism, patterns of urban development and strategies of active citizenship with the help of academic seminars and enhance their practical and methodological skills in the framework of several project-oriented workshops.
Besides the academic part, participants of the school will also be able to develop their own small (team) projects in the framework of three workshops (Art.Lab, Doc.Lab, Research.Lab) under the close guidance of experienced supervisors. Furthermore, there will be film screenings, public discussions, and Open Space sessions where participants will have a chance to discuss their own scientific or cultural projects with peers and scholars.
The preliminary programme can be found here.
Subject to final approval of the European University Viadrina Frankfurt (Oder) will be able to fund up to 15 travel scholarships (€ 100-700, depending on country of residence).
You can apply for the scholarship if you meet the following requirements:
• You are a BA/MA/PhD student, an NGO activist or an artist up to 35 years old from any academic/professional field from any country of the world;
• You have a genuine interest in transsectoral and interdisciplinary approaches to urban questions in post-socialist context;
• Your knowledge of English is sufficient to take an active part in the discussions.
Deadline: 02 June 2019.
8. - 14. 7. 2019, Paris
The interdisciplinary Europaeum Summer School 2019 on Urban Spaces at Paris 1 Panethéon-Sorbonne focuses on the new politics, economics, culture, art, architecture, cultural heritage and connectivity of global cities. It explores a series of transversal issues. Located in the heart of one of the world’s eminent global cities, the Parisian Case as the main focus will be analyzed through several themes such as heritage, urban cultures, migrations, gentrification, tourism, sustainability.
Sub-themes to be explored will include: Urban politics and participatory democracy; Gentrification and displacement; Informality; Sustainability; Urban Cultures; Overtourism, protestations and regulations; Heritage contestations.
More information available here and on how to apply here. Students currently enrolled on master’s or PhD courses at a Europaeum member university can apply (Charle University is a member), and this includes those who completed their degree in 2019, or have a confirmed place (2019 onwards) on a postgraduate degree at a member university. Successful candidates will be provided with accommodation free of charge and will be reimbursed reasonable travel expenses within Europe.
Deadline: 19th May 2019. All enquiries:
2-6 September 2019 in Istanbul
UNESCO Chair on Gender Equality and Sustainable Development is proud to offer a one-week international summer academy on “Women’s Empowerment for Sustainable Development”. This program aims to respond to the UN’s Sustainable Development Goal 5 focusing on gender equality and women’s empowerment. It will bring together leading academics, UN and GREVIO experts, and femocracts to share with the participants their academic and professional knowledge and experience.
Deadline for Regular Application: 14 July 2019
Deadline for Scholarship Application: 31 May 2019
More information to be found here.
The Heidelberger Pädagogium is a non-profit language institute located conveniently near the city centre and has evolved as one of the outstanding educational institutions in Heidelberg over the years. Our German courses offer effective learning and individual tutoring by experienced teachers in small groups of 7 to 15 participants, from beginners to preparation courses for the university entrance tests.
Level A1.1 + A1.2
Level A2.1 + A2.2
Level B1.1 + B1.2
Level B2.1 + B2.2 + B2.3
Level C1.1 + C1.2 + C1.3
Level C2.1 + C2.2
DSH (DSH: language certificate as entry requirement for German universities) TestDaF Upper Advanced plus
FEES (per month)
Levels A1 to C2 = 310,00 EUR
DSH and Upper Advanced plus courses = 340,00 EUR
-The courses comprise 80 contact lessons a month (4 lessons a day from 8.50 to 12.15 or 13.00 ? 16.15 o?clock).
-Our course system is designed as to provide courses on all levels every month.
International students who need a visa for the duration of their stay will be issued a certificate of attendance for the respective embassy.
If necessary, we can offer accommodation in single rooms in students` apartments (rent between 250,00 and 300,00 EUR including utilities), or private apartments (single 450,00 EUR, double 600,00 EUR including utilities)
The Heidelberger Pädagogium is a licensed test center, all our exams are recognized worldwide (TELC).
Univerzita ve Würzburgu nabízí letní kurz německého jazyka. Termín konání je 1.-29. srpna 2019. Vice informací najdete zde.
Zájemci o tento letní kurz si mohou zažádat o stipendium u BTHA (“Česko-bavorská vysokoškolská agentura“) - vše potřebné najdete na tomto odkazu.
We are excited and proud to run the 4th edition of our innovative and interdisciplinary Summer School in “Co-designing Better Urban Living and Wellbeing” 27 May 2019 -7 June 2019.
This 2-week intensive course is open for short term mobility for students from our partner institutions with tuition fee waiver (FHS is a partner institution). The registration to the Summer School in now open and the deadline is 15 April. More info and the link to the on-line registration can be found here.
• Credits: 5 ECTS
• Place: Lahti UAS, Lahti, Finland
• Duration: 2 weeks
• Target group: Bachelor and Master students interested in environmental issues with either technical, business, design or social and health care background.
• Registration: 15 March – 15 April 2019
We kindly invite you to attend Summer School 2019 on June 11-14, which will take place at Vytautas Magnus University, Kaunas, Lithuania. In this Summer School the attention will be paid to the methodology of evaluation / assessment and the subtleties of ethnographic research at advanced level.
The content of the seminar is interdisciplinary, complex, challenging for the representatives of various scientific fields - social, humanities, health sciences. We invite doctoral students, scientists, researchers to be active participants in Summer School 2019.
This scientific event is also specifically relevant to representatives of education, sociology, anthropology, law, and culture. Deadline for applications is May 21, 2019.
More information to be found here.
Univerzita v Liège nabízí letní kurzy francouzského jazyka. Vice informací najdete zde.
Maastricht Summer School was founded in 2012 and offers courses in a variety of fields and disciplines. Most courses are geared towards students at undergraduate/bachelor level but may also be of interest to graduate/master level students and professionals. Please note that no scholarships, grants or tuition waivers are available.
Course dates: August 5 to August 30, 2019
Course cost: 600 €
The program and fee include:
• German language courses on all levels from A1 to C2 (approx. 80 hours of instruction ) with a graded final test and 5 ECTS points
• an Europe-oriented academic lecture and seminar program (12 hours)
• a seminar on current didactic methods and pedagogical concepts in the field of German as a Foreign Language (optional for level C1/C2, 24 hours)
• excursions in Germany, France and Luxemburg
Further information and online application:
The application period for scholarships of Univie summer school: European and International Studies 2019 has been extended until March 31, 2019!
A limited number of partial scholarships ranging from € 400 to € 2,800 are available for the European Study section of the univie: summer school. The scholarships are awarded on the basis of academic excellence and financial need. In order to receive a scholarship, students must demonstrate their financial need by describing their financial situation and submitting related documents.
The univie: summer school will take place from July 13th to August 10th 2019. The four week program offers high level European Studies courses and the Austrian Arbitration Academy in the morning and German Language courses in the afternoon. 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.
Graz International Summer School Seggau 2019
When? June 30 - July 13, 2019
Where? Seggau Castle, Leibnitz, Austria
In order to develop strategies and methods to meet the immense challenges of our time, this summer school suggests engaging in academic contemplation and interdisciplinary exchange. Analyzing both engagement as well as disengagement in terms of the relationship of the individual to social, political, and economic structures offers us the opportunity of developing disruptive intellectual approaches and ideas, as we can gain insights into political, social, economic, and cultural forces that make us believe that the challenges we face are essential, natural, and inevitable.
Focusing on the emphasis areas of the University of Graz – South Eastern Europe and North, Central, and South America – this program will offer a basis for discussing global and continental challenges as well as opportunities that change entails.
During this 14-day residential course will run from Monday 1 July 2019 to Saturday 13 July 2019 and is jointly offered by the Faculties of Arts, Economics & Business and Social Sciences you combine two majors, chosen from a list of four: Doing Business with Europe(ans); Policies & Politics in the EU; Entrepreneurship and Innovation in Europe and Social & Demographic Issues. The course includes visits to Brussels (European Parliament!), Antwerp and Bruges.
The course targets graduate students in e.g. Arts, Economics & Business, Law or Social Sciences. Undergraduate students in their final year are also welcome to apply. Students with Bachelor’s or Master’s degrees from other disciplines should have had some exposure to at least one of the fields under study.
Antwerp Summer University offers short-term academic programmes of high quality based on the excellence of the University of Antwerp and its partners.
Looking for an unforgettable summer full of knowledge and fun? Spread the word or apply now for one of the 21 available summer schools. Visit www.uantwerp.be/asu and find out everything about our programmes.
Spring School, 2-4 May 2019, Maison Française, Oxford
Deadline: 11 March
‘The most disadvantageous peace is better than the most just war’ (Desiderius Erasmus). Half a millennium after Erasmus’s famous declaration, 2019 reminds us of the need for effective negotiations. Marking the 100th anniversary of the Treaty of Versailles, one of the most contentious and consequential peace agreements of the modern world, 2019 witnesses the ongoing negotiations surrounding Britain’s exit from the European Union. This Spring School will bring together postgraduate researchers in Humanities and Social Sciences subjects to explore themes related to peace, peace-making, and negotiation in diachronic and multidisciplinary perspective. Studies of diplomacy and negotiation are increasingly emphasising the role of non-state actors in international affairs, the importance of soft, as well as hard power in inter-state and intercultural relations, and the need to understand the dynamics of peace, as well as those of war. Meanwhile the role of negotiation and peace within communities remains a vibrant area of scholarship. Confirmed speakers include Dr Maxine David, Prof Adrian Gregory, Prof Adam Roberts, and Dr Tracey Sowerby.
We invite applications from postgraduate scholars at Europaeum member universities to attend, and we also invite applications to give papers addressing the theme of the Spring School and in particular the following topics:
peace congresses & peace-making
the role of soft power in negotiations
the consequences of peace
international organizations’ role in maintaining peace
representations of peace & negotiation
theories and/or of peace and/or negotiation
the ethics of peace & negotiation
diplomatic actors/negotiators & their agency
negotiations within communities
the role of peace within societies
All students at graduate level (master’s and PhD) at Europaeum member universities can apply (Charles University is a member): please send an application form (see link below) and a CV of up to 2 pages to by 11 March 2019. Please also ask your supervisor to email us a reference.
If you want to present a paper, please send an abstract of up to 200 words along with your application.
University of Amsterdam offers various Summer programmes, some of which are in the field of Humanities or Social Sciences. Application deadline for most of them is the 1st of April 2019.
The tuition fees are quite high, but if You are a first person in your family to attend university, you can apply for this scholarship. For more information on scholarships, how to apply etc., visit this website.
With the help of a scholarship offered by Tempus Public Foundation, higher education students and graduates can attend ‘The Cultural Heritage of Hungary’ summer course, held at the University of Pécs between June 30 – July 14, 2019, free of charge.
The objective of the very enjoyable summer program is to introduce the Hungarian cultural heritage from many different perspectives. Participants learn about the history and the current political, economic and societal challenges of Hungary. They will also gain insight into the Hungarian classical and folk music, the gastronomy and the wine culture of the country. The language of instruction is English. The scholarship covers full tuition, field trips, meals, accommodation and various social activities for the duration of the program (visit to Orfű Aquapark, wine-tasting tour in Villány, Quiz Night etc).
The application deadline is March 14, 2019.
GFPS pořádá od roku 2007 pravidelný letní česko-německý jazykový tandemový kurz, který se zaměřuje na přímý a intenzivní kontakt s rodilými mluvčími v přirozeném a přátelském prostředí. V rámci dopoledního bloku probíhá výuka cizího jazyka pod vedením zkušených lektorů, rodilých mluvčích daného jazyka. V této části pracují čeští a němečtí účastníci odděleně. Odpoledne přichází na řadu tandemy. Účastníci kurzu jsou rozděleni do českoněmeckých dvojic či menších skupin (skupiny se v průběhu kurzu obměňují), ve kterých prakticky a kreativní formou procvičují a prohlubují znalosti z dopolední výuky.
Tandemový kurz je finančně většinově podporován Česko-německým fondem budoucnosti, konkrétní termín a cenu pro aktuálně připravovaný kurz naleznete včas v aktualitách GFPS. V ceně nejsou zahrnuty náklady na dopravu, do Perninku lze však snadno dojet vlakem či autobusem.
Kurzy budou probíhat od 6. do 20.7., přihlašovat se můžete do 10.6.2019.
Více informací naleznete zde.
We invite students to join us for one week in May, to this programme supported by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union. Students will explore the evolution of human rights protection within the EU, and discuss challenges faced by the EU in the current political climate including migration, humanitarian crises, neighbourhood policy. There will also be a number of seminars and panel discussions on Brexit from experts across Ireland & the UK.
When: June 22nd to June 29th 2019
What: A unique opportunity for students to participate in a highly prestigious and recognised Law Summer School
Credit: Upon completion of the programme students will receive 5 ECTS from our Law Department
Included: Tuition and transcript/ Networking events/ Guest speaker workshops and seminars/ on-campus single-room accommodation/ lunches Monday-Saturday/ Dublin orientation day/ airport transfers (at fixed times)
Deadline: May 13th 2019
When? 26th to 30th of August 2019
Where? Faculty of Arts, Ljubljana, Slovenia
As part of the activities held in celebration of the centenary of the University of Ljubljana, the Faculty of Arts is organising a Philosophy Summer School “Fail better!”, lead by the internationally renowned scholars known as ‘the Ljubljana School’, Slavoj Žižek, Alenka Zupančič and Mladen Dolar, who will each give three extensive lectures and present their new work. The programme will be concluded by a common session.
The title of the Summer School is taken from the famous quote by Samuel Beckett, “Try again. Fail again. Fail better.” (Worstward Ho), and refers to a stark sense of failure of critical thought and of emancipatory politics, the rise of new populism, the emergence of previously unthinkable figures of leaders, the looming social and economic contradictions, and the apocalyptic perspectives of global and ecological catastrophes.
More information can be found here.
Registration is already open – early bird fee is possible till 1st of May 2019.
The University of Augsburg will offer its International Summer Programme from 29 July until 23 August 2019.
The International Summer Programme is in essence a hands-on language course. Through their examination of the Bavarian city of Augsburg, participants will expand their knowledge and understanding of the history, geography, society and culture of Germany in small project-based teams. Workshops provide them with close and in-depth language mentoring.
UZH International Summer School with the title Intercultural Competence: Drawing on the Swiss Experience will take place between June 30 – July 19, 2019 at the University of Zurich in Switzerland.
Intercultural communicative competence has become an increasingly important skill and valuable asset in today’s world characterised by super-diversity and the global flows of people, goods and information. In this summer school we will refine our skills to interact appropriately and successfully with others who are linguistically and culturally different from ourselves.
We have five full tuition fees waivers available, worth 2000 – 2500 Swiss Francs each, which will be allocated to the first five applicants from our U21 and strategic partners (Charles University is part of this partnership). On top oft hat, UZH offers up to 50 tuition fee discounts of 500 or 1000 Swiss Francs to applicants from our most valued partners, including your institution, on a first come, first serve basis.
Application is now open and will close on the 23 April 2019.
Jelikož se budou stipendia rozdělovat pouze dle rychlosti zažádání, nechť se případní zájemci přihlašují ihned rovnou koordinátorce Katje Durkin: a v kopii Barboře Bednaříkové .
The University of Trento is introducing 3 short-term programs that have been especially conceived for master and last year’s bachelor students:
Summer School in Italian Language and Culture, from 16 to 29 June 2019
Summer School on Global Challenges, from 30 June to 13 July 2019
Summer School on China Studies Tradition and Innovation, from 7 to 20 July 2019
All international short-term programs are in English and grant the award of a Transcript of Records certifying 6 ECTS (+ 2 possible additional credits for optional extra work). The teaching methodology is both in classroom and outside UniTrento spaces. Several visits are being organized and there will be place for excursions and social activities too!
The reduced participation cost reserved for our students is 450 euros (instead of 1.000) and is inclusive of accommodation in single room, all meals (except for breakfast), entrance to main museums, bus pass and social program. No additional fees are due for nominated students.
For the Summer Schools, nominations by partner universities are due by 15 March 2019 (please, contact your international office). After nomination, all students are expected to finalize their application by 31 March 2019 through the on-line system which will be available in February together with a provisional program.
In addition to these, more summer schools will be available at UniTrento. You can check the updates in the next few weeks on this page.
We would like to bring to your attention that the next Helsinki Summer School takes place on 6-22 August 2019 and the application period has just opened.
The deadline to apply is June 17, 2019. However, we advise students to apply as soon as possible as they are accepted on a first come, first served basis. Only a limited number of students is accepted to each course and many of them fill up already in the spring.
Helsinki Summer School is perfect for students who have completed at least 2 years of university-level studies and wish to:
earn credits during the summer
learn more about an interesting topic
freshen up their professional skills
carry out a short study period abroad
try out studying at the University of Helsinki
Helsinki Summer School Courses 2019
• 21st-Century Digital Storytelling: the New Media, Technology and Frames of Reality
• Cognition, Communication, and the Brain
• Cooperative Law for Sustainable Development
• Digital Transformation of State and Society in Russia
• English as a Lingua Franca and Multilingualism
• Environmental Ethics: From Philosophical Texts to Real Case Studies
• Feminist Research Methodologies in Theory and Practice
• Finnish Education System through the Social Justice and Diversities
• Gentrification and the Welfare City
• Global Poverty, Human Rights and Development
• Heavy Metal Music in Contemporary History and Society
• Intensive Finnish Course
• Intercultural Communication and Education Today: Eastern and Western Perspectives
• Managing Sustainable Forest Landscapes
• Political Popular Culture
• Populism on the Loose in Europe and Beyond
• Rhetoric-Performative and Post-Foundational Analysis
The Europa-Universität Viadrina Frankfurt (Oder), Germany, conducts the 21th Summer Course "The European System of Human Rights Protection", 8 - 19 July 2019, at the Faculty of Law. 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 490 EUR, which includes:
full tuition costs;
accommodation for full period of the program;
all meals (breakfast, lunch, dinner).
A limited number of scholarships sponsored by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) will be provided. 10 ECTS (European Credit Transfer System) Points will be awarded to participants of the Summer Course. Application deadline is 30 April 2019.
More information. If you have any questions, please contact: .
When: 1 July to13 July 2019
During this 14-day residential course jointly offered by the Faculties of Arts, Economics & Business and Social Sciences you combine two majors, chosen from a list of four: Doing Business with
Europe(ans); Policies & Politics in the EU; Entrepreneurship and Innovation in Europe and Social & Demographic Issues. The course includes visits to Brussels (European Parliament!), Antwerp and Bruges.
The course targets graduate students in e.g. Arts, Economics & Business, Law or Social Sciences. Undergraduate students in their final year are also welcome to apply. Students with Bachelor’s
or Master’s degrees from other disciplines should have had some exposure to at least one of the fields under study.
KU Leuven is our partner institution, all FHS students are therefore eligible for reduced participation fee.
We offer German as a foreign language courses (DaF), which are especially suited for international participants who are not enrolled at the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin. Our Winter and Summer courses cover German language levels A1.2 to C2 and take place between semesters.
We offer the following Winter Modules in 2019:
• Winter Module I: January 14th till February 1st
• Winter Module II: February 4th till February 22nd
You can find more information about our Winter and Summer Program 2019 on this website.
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