This innovative program brings an interdisciplinary approach to the complex question of how climate change in mountainous regions affects both humans and nature. Combining methods and knowledge from the sciences, the humanities, and social sciences, this program welcomes students from all disciplines seeking novel, interdisciplinary approaches to complex questions. Graduate and advanced undergraduate students will develop an understanding of how mountains are built, learn about alpine environmental degradation, and explore how nature and humans adapt together to changing circumstances. Current research on glaciology, landslides and new economic models will be at the center of discussions to provide a transdisciplinary perspective of the challenges faced by nature and humans. The program will introduce students to: Historical transformation from pastoral activity to tourism Local economic development Protection and development of special mountain resources Urbanism and Arts Special adaptation of alpine fauna and fora Dynamic processes Alpine geology and Tectonics Landslides
WHAT THE PROGRAMME OFFERS 3 weeks of Romanian language courses (20 hours/week), taught according to the Common European Framework of Reference levels - 4 ECTS credits for participation and final assessment - Certificate of attendance - Leisure and social activities: welcome party, city tour, visit to the Transylvanian Ethnographic Museum, visit to the Art Museum in Cluj, visit to the “Alexandru Borza” Botanical Garden in Cluj, Romanian film screening, Romanian traditional glass painting workshop, Romanian cooking workshop, trips to the Turda salt mine, the Turda gorges, Beliş and Maramureş county, conferences on different topics, multicultural evening, farewell party. AIMS AND OBJECTIVES Developing oral and written communication skills in Romanian as a foreign language (RFL) - Providing professional instruction and up-to-date hands-on teaching materials - Improving the participants’ linguistic and cultural knowledge by organizing leisure and social activities - Enriching cultural knowledge in an authentic environment.
This program track is focused on the technical aspect of Cyber Security. We invite you to join us for this course as we examine the fundamental technologies of cyber security systems, including: Block Chain; Cryptology; Hash Function; Crypto-Techniques; Asymmetric Encryption; and much more. Students interested in this track should be majoring in Computer Science, Engineering, or a related field. Students not in these majors may still apply provided they have a course background in these areas or in Math. Students should have taken at least one prior course in Programming Language (Java, C). Students in this track have the option of participating in TAU’s Cyber Week for an additional cost. One TAU credit is equivalent to 2 ECTS credits
This introduction to Digital Filmmaking short course, run by experienced industry professionals, provides an opportunity to learn about digital filmmaking by taking part in the making of a short film. Why choose this course? Dynamic and stimulating, City’s Digital Filmmaking short course is led by industry practitioners. The filmmaking course is structured over 8 weekly evenings and one weekend filmshoot. Our part-time Digital Filmmaking course is ideal for anyone interested in personal or professional development. Course overview You will be introduced to rapidly developing digital formats, and the course takes you through the pre-production, production and post-production processes of making a short film. You will shoot on a professional digital camera and edit using Adobe Premiere film-editing software.