Summer Schools
Summer schools or summer academies are an increasingly popular kind of education that is offered by universities and other institutes of higher education during the summer break. The variety of what is offered by summer schools in Europe or abroad is huge.

At following link, the list of all the Summer Schools:

http://www.summerschoolsineurope.eu/

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University of Gothenburg

Summer School for Sustainability 2021

For four inspirational summer weeks you have the opportunity to develop your understanding of Agenda 2030 and the Global Goals, and to collaborate on finding solutions to sustainability challenges - all in an international environment in beautiful Gothenburg.

The top priority of the University of Gothenburg is your safety and well-being, as well as that of their community. Given the evolving COVID-19 situation, we therefore have a digital Plan B. This way, they can ensure that there will be a summer school 2021.

Nomination period: November 10 2020 – January 3 2021.
Application period: January 4 – 31 2021.

For more information about the Summer School for Sustainability, please contact Annika Larsson at summerschool@gu.se.

See their web page for more information about the Summer School for Sustainability, including further details about the courses and prerequisites.

Univerity College London Summer School 2021

The 2021 UCL Summer School consists of two three-week sessions. As always, students can apply for Session One, Session Two or Both Sessions, and will choose one UCL module per Session.

2021 Programme Dates:
- Session One: July 5 - July 23
- Session Two: July 26 - August 13

What's different in 2021 is that most modules are offered online meaning students will not be expected to travel to London. We will however still offer a total of eight modules face-to-face, on our central-London campus which has been reconfigured in-line with government guidelines to ensure it is as safe as possible. These modules have a distict focus on London and require students to use the city as a unique learning resource.

There are over 70 modules available in 2021 and you can now find detailed syllabi on our module index page.

You can find a list of modules being offered on-campus on the Your Study.

Applications period: December 1 - June 1 2021

For more information about the UCL Summer School, please contact Rorz Herron at r.herron@ucl.ac.uk.

University of Gothenburg

Their top priority continues to be your safety and well-being, as well as that of their community. They also want to deliver the best summer school experience possible, while recognising the ongoing COVID-19 situation. Therefore, they have decided to run their very first Summer School for Sustainability completely digitally - and have extended the nomination- and application periods.

For four inspirational weeks, together with students from around the world, you will have the opportunity to develop your understanding of Agenda 2030 and the Sustainable Development Goals, and to collaborate on finding solutions to sustainability challenges. Join them for a safe and stimulating online summer school.

Dates for the summer school
: July 5 – 30, 2021.

Nomination period: November 10, 2020 – March 1, 2021.
Application period: March 2 – 12, 2021.


Who can apply? vailable to students from all our partner universities and is tuition-free.
To be eligible to apply, you must have studied at least one semester at one of our partner universities. A CEFR B2 English proficiency level is expected, though no formal test is required.

Credits? Each course is 7.5 ECTS credits. All teaching will be in English.

Choose one of the following courses being offered summer 2021:
• Inequality and Climate Change (Faculty of Social Sciences)
• Teaching Sustainable Development from a Global Perspective (Faculty of Education)
• Biodiversity in Western Sweden (Faculty of Science)
• Managing Migration (Faculty of Social Sciences)
• Building Sustainable Global Value Chains (School of Business, Economics and Law)
• Documentation and Interpretation of Rock Art (Faculty of Humanities)

For more information about the Summer School for Sustainability, please contact Annika Larsson at summerschool@gu.se.

See their web page for more information about the summer school, including further details about the courses and prerequisites

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