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Linnaeus University Summer Academy 2017

Linnaeus University Summer Academy started in 2014. The first year about 130 students participated in the programme and for 2016 the numbers have increased to 220 students from 38 countries. Linnaeus University invites its partner Universities to send students to participate in the Summer Academy, under our regular exchange agreement.

Dates

Arrival days: July 3-6
Orientation days: July 7-8
Course dates: July 10 – August 11
Final exams: August 9
Summer Academy Ceremony: August 10
Day of departure: August 11

Course offerings and prerequisites

A number of courses comprised of 7,5 credits (ECTS) are offered and they are to be found at Summer Academy Webpage. All courses are equivalent to full time studies and the students will follow one (1) of the courses. Courses are offered on undergraduate and graduate level and prerequisites (entry requirements) are listed under each course. Swedish language is offered as a separate full-time course and cannot be combined with other courses. Please note that there are a limited number of places on each course and that the courses are filled on a first come first serve basis.

Number of students

We invite our Erasmus partners to nominate 1 exchange students under tuition waiver for summer of 2017. Each student will be counted as 0,25 semester students for the exchange balance.

Nomination

Nomination deadline is March 15, 2017

Via our online form: sunet.artologik.net/lnu/NominationLUSA

Once nominated, we will send application instructions directly to the student.

Application Deadline

Application deadline is April 1, 2017

Please note that seats to courses are distributed based on application date. We therefore recommend students to submit their applications as soon as possible upon receiving the application instructions. 

Application

The student will fill out the on-line application and will need to attach;

Transcript of records in English

Language Proficiency Report or the equivalent if English is not the native language (Separate form is sent to the student)

A copy of the passport photo page

Students need to rank three courses (according to preference) in the application of the ones that are offered. We cannot guarantee that all students will get their first choice but we will do our best to accommodate the course choices.

Fees

Nominated students from selected partner universities study at Linnaeus University Summer Academy under tuition waiver. Other costs as for rent, food, literature, social activities, etc. are to bear at the cost of the student. An estimated budget is found here:

Item

5,5 weeks

Food

2,500

Accommodation

6,000

Course literature

700

Other costs

1,700

Total SEK

10,900

 

Welcome and Orientation Programme

The Welcome and Orientation Programme will be held during the week of the official arrival days. Orientation will provide practical and academic information. The social programme will offer both enhanced knowledge about Swedish culture and society as about the city of Kalmar and its surroundings (a guided tour is included). It will also serve as a great opportunity to get to know your fellow students at the Summer Academy. The social programme offers organized day-trip in Kalmar with surroundings, outdoor/sports activities and cultural events, opportunities to meet with local businesses etc.

Study and Explore Field Trips and Tours

Linnaeus University Summer Academy will arrange optional trips during the weekends. For instance to the island of Öland, a bus-tour through the Kingdom of Chrystal to the birthplace of Carl Linnaeus and to the headquarters of IKEA corporations, and a three days-trip to the capital Stockholm. 2016 the total cost of the four arranged trips was approximately SEK 3 200.

Further information/questions

For questions concerning the nomination procedure, application, courses, housing etc: inexchange@lnu.se 

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European Perspectives on Globalization: Business, Culture and Tourism.

All courses are taught in English. Students whose first language is not English must submit proof of proficiency through one of the following:

IELTS score of 6,0 in all categories

TOEFL score of at least 79 points (Internet-Based Test)

Completed bachelor’s degree from an English-speaking university

Further information:

Heilbronn Summer School

summerschool-heilbronn@hill-heilbronn.de  

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Europe Inside Out: a 2017 summer school unlike any other

Place The summer course takes place at KU Leuven, Belgium. By train the town of Leuven is 13 minutes away from Brussels Airport (BRU) and 20 minutes from Brussels’ Central Station.

Dates The 14-day course runs from Monday July 3rd, 2017 to Sunday July 16th, ending with a certificate awarding ceremony and farewell drink.

All participants will receive a certificate of attendance. Students who attend all lectures will receive 4 ECTS. It is possible to earn extra credits when writing a paper on a topic dealt with in class. There will be an extra fee for this paper.

Further information on application and tuition fee

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Summer School of Economics and Business, from June 12 to July 20, 2017

The SSEB is a Summer Term, where we offer four of our regular (and most popular among international students) high-quality courses, taught in English, in an intensive 6-week format (one or two courses to be chosen from the following, 6 or 12 ECTS credits, advanced Bachelor or Master level):

·         Environmental Economics and Policy Analysis

·         Natural Resource Economics

·         Global Marketing

·         International Finance

Further information: http://www.uam.es/ss/Satellite/Economicas/es/1242685919801/sinContenido/Summer_School_of_Economics_and_Business.htm

 

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EM Strasbourg’s International “European Business” Summer Program

  • June 1- 30 , 2017
  • June 14 - July 12, 2017

The program includes:

- Challenging and thought provoking classes on how business is conducted in Europe.

- Case studies and team-building projects that help students develop their problem-solving, decision-making and interpersonal skills.

- Presentations from international guest speakers,

- Visits to a variety of companies such as: Mercedes,Steelcase, Smart, WeberHaus, Wine Industry, Siemens in conjunction with the classes taught.

- Cultural visits: Haut-Koenigsbourg castle, Sipp winery, guided tour of Strasbourg, etc. Students will discover the beautiful region of Alsace in the East of France.

Participation is limited to 25 students per session.

The deadline for applications is April 1st 2017.

Please nominate your students  for our Summer School 2017 by clicking on our online application form. There is no need to send the applications by post.

Further information: summerschool@em-strasbourg.eu

 

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Understanding Borders, Security & Identity

Where?    European University Viadrina (Frankfurt/Oder, Germany)

When?      June 1 - July 15, 2016

Who?        undergraduate students in European Studies, Global Studies, History, Social Studies, Cultural Studies, Business Administration & Economics

* Deadline for online application at the Viadrina: March 13, 2016 

* Tuition waived for students from partner institutions

* More information on our website: www.europa-uni.de/summer-program

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The University of Hong Kong (HKU) Summer Institute

  • Enjoy a unique cultural experience in one of the most vibrant cities in Asia
  • Explore their career path through internship opportunities
  • Have a taste of a global adventure by joining our multi-location programmes.

 

For more information on HKU Summer Institute Programmes, accommodation and campus life, please refer to our online brochure or visit www.hku.hk/summer. The programme information for summer 2017 will be published on our website in early December and application can also be done through the same website at the time.

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