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Positron Emission Tomography (PET): Technology and Application

King's College London

The principal objectives of this programme are to review the basic principles of PET imaging and to convey an understanding of the modern application of PET technology. Imaging techniques such as magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), X-ray computed tomography (CT) and positron emission tomography (PET)... read more

History of Medicine

University of Oxford

Focusing on the key turning points in the history of western medicine e.g. the advent of hospitals, the role of public health, the rise of biomedical research, this course offers insights into medicine’s past, asks what has shaped contemporary medicine and how do people study it. By exploring five k... read more

Introduction to Fashion Design

University of the Arts London

Our Study Abroad 'Introduction to Fashion Design: Summer School' programme you will benefit from our central London location, right at the heart of the British fashion industry and will benefit from our expertise, which makes us one of the foremost centres of fashion education. We offer a unique and... read more

Grounded Theory and Qualitative Methods

University of Pisa

By consequence of the success of the first two Editions in Pisa (2016 and 2017), with the participation of about 120 students coming from all around the world, as well as of the 2018 Edition hold in Lithuania, with the involvement of the School's founders as teachers, the Department of Political Sci... read more

Paediatric Respiratory Medicine

European Respiratory Society

The Summer school of paediatric respiratory medicine is intended to provide a comprehensive overview of each of the major fields of paediatric respiratory medicine based on the HERMES syllabus. This course is aimed at all paediatric respiratory professionals wishing to update their knowledge, partic... read more

Things That Matter 5

University of Groningen

This fifth edition of the highly successful summer school Things That Matter addresses the tension between the materiality of sources and their digitization. The recent advances of digital technology have created new modes of reproduction and forms of consumption that have substantially reshaped the... read more

Field School Pozzeveri in Archaeology and Bioarchaeology

University of Pisa

The Field School in Medieval Archaeology and Bioarchaeology at Badia Pozzeveri (Lucca, Italy) is an academic program aimed at training students in archaeological and bioarchaeological field and laboratory methods. Excavations will take place at the church of “San Pietro a Pozzeveri” in the municipal... read more

Teaching Critical Thinking

University of Groningen

Critical thinking is gaining more and more interest as an educational goal. It is seen by policy makers and educationalists as a crucial condition of learning (part of meta-cognition) and lifelong learning, which is an important competence of democratic and responsible citizens. According to mainstr... read more

Introduction to Marketing

Korea University

The objective of this course is to introduce marketing as an important function of the organization. Its focus is to demonstrate marketing’s role and importance to the modern organization and the community. At the end of this course students will achieve the following objectives: To become fam... read more

International Business

Korea University

This course is a broad survey of the field of international business and provides the foundations for further specialisation in this field. It will begin with a brief overview of international business, focused on the concept of ‘globalisation’. The course will then examine the environment for inter... read more

Introduction to Game Theory

Seoul National University

This course is an introduction to game theory. Game theory is a way of thinking about strategic situations, which is when the outcome of one’s choice depends not only on given parameters of the environment (prices, production function, demand curve), but also on choices of other agents. In this cour... read more

Cyber Security: Fundamental Technologies of Cyber Security

Tel Aviv University

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... read more

Business and Entrepreneurship in the Start-Up Nation

Tel Aviv University

Dubbed one of the most innovative cities in the world, Tel Aviv is an amazing environment in which to study business, innovation and entrepreneurship in depth. Beyond Tel Aviv, the State of Israel has more venture capital per capita and more startups than any other country in the world. Historically... read more

The Curse of Natural Gas Resources

University of Groningen

Energy is vital to every society and we see in the world significant changes in the use of energy. The Energy Academy Europe brings together relevant activities, partners and networks to work on the energy transition, therefore we will focus on the energy transition in this summer school as well. Th... read more

United Nations International Student Conference of Amsterdam

University of Amsterdam

For over twenty years UNISCA has organised Model United Nation’s, hosting students from all over the world. We offer students a unique opportunity to take part in intense, yet intimate debate and to listen to a diverse group of speakers that have expertise over a wide range of relevant top... read more

Soviet History: Russia in the Age of Transformation

Higher School of Economics

Course Description This course examines the history of the 20th century Russia in the context of multiple transformations, ranging from global political events to internal cultural changes. We will go through key stages of Soviet and Post-Soviet Russian history from 1917 to 2000 by looking at the... read more

Business of Sport Events and Music Festivals

Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences

Get empowered to chase a future career in Sport Events and/or Music Festivals. This summer course will bring you up to speed with trends and developments. Your team of dedicated lecturers will equip you with knowledge, insights and skills and introduce you to experts from their network. Visits and a... read more

London & Film

King's College London

This course is intended to introduce students to some significant debates within British film studies through a focus on three key areas underpinning the varied representation of London on film: landmark London as a cinematic city, the divergent spaces of London, and capital’s relationship to film g... read more

The Practice of Data Science

Business Analytics Institute

The BAI Summer School on Data Science The Business Analytics Institute, together with the ZHAW Datalab of Zurich University of Applied Sciences, will once again be offering a 10-day summer school in Bayonne, France on the practice of data science designed for working professionals, as well as upp... read more

International Arbitration Training Course

Leiden University

For Advanced Law Students and Professionals | The International Arbitration Training Course, offered by Leiden Law School in cooperation with the Permanent Court of Arbitration, focuses on the theory and practice of international arbitration as a distinct field of the law and field of legal practice... read more

Columbia Summer Program in American Law

University of Amsterdam & Columbia University

For more than fifty years Columbia Law School has offered this Summer Program in American Law in collaboration with the law faculties of Amsterdam and Leiden Universities. The Program is held every summer, for the whole month of July, and alternates each year between Amsterdam and Leiden. This year... read more

Intercultural Competence

University of Groningen

Businesses know that productivity depends on a work force that is socially and emotionally competent. If you want to become successful in a diverse world, a large part of that success will depend on your ability to communicate and negotiate among diverse cultures. Intercultural competence is cons... read more

Artistic Rebellion in London and Paris

Queen Mary University of London

This course offers you an introduction to the history of modernist and avant-garde art in Paris, and its impact upon cultural production in London. The course investigates how artists in both places responded to the political, social and technological transformations that took place in European soci... read more

Romanian Language and Civilization

Babeș-Bolyai University

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... read more

Doing Business in Chile and Latin America

University of Chile

The FEN Summer School is designed to enable participants to thoroughly explore the business opportunities, dynamics and challenges in Chile and Latin America. It is aimed at: Students from around the world who want to develop their understanding of the economic, business, cultural and environm... read more

Chinese Language Summer School

Xi'an Jiaotong-Liverpool University

Learn something new this summer. Spend two weeks learning Chinese language (Mandarin) while experiencing one of the world’s most important economies. The levels we teach include absolute beginner, elementary, low intermediate, high intermediate and advanced. Classes will take place Monday to Frid... read more

Collegium Spinozanum III

University of Groningen

This summer school, taking place at the Faculty of Philosophy in Groningen, aims to bring together advanced students and established scholars working broadly on Spinoza’s thought, sources and reception. The goal of the summer school is to create an international forum to stimulate scholarly exchange... read more

East Asian Art History

Yonsei University

This course, East Asian Art History, is a thematic introduction to the major artistic and cultural trends of East Asia, with a focus on the history of Chinese, Korean, and Japanese art. We will study major developments and issues in the art of each culture, discussing mutual influences and cross-cul... read more

Service Innovation & Design

Maastricht University

Innovation is one of the most important issues in business research today, as it is fundamental for sustainable business success. Innovation leads to improved consumer lives, through better quality products and services and lower prices, and to improved business performance, through transforming old... read more

Culture Resources of Cities in China

Fudan University

City culture is a unique attraction for the visitors to gain a special experience and education. This course examines the culture resources of the cities in China and develops a theoretical framework to understand the development of city culture for city destinations. Through 2 days' field trip to t... read more

Hands-on Anthropology: Role of the Ethnographer

Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam

Everyone has a story to tell. For anthropologists, such accounts can reveal as much about the people and societies we study as more conventional research. But the process of collecting stories in the field and retelling them in the academic arena is littered with pitfalls. How do we ensure that our... read more

The Global Energy Transition in a Fossil World

Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam

The need for a global transition to a low-carbon energy sector is contested by few, but opinions on what this means in practice and on how to get there vary widely. This course will focus on the societal side of energy transition and the dilemmas that still need to be solved for effective change.&nb... read more

The Economics of Urbanization

Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam

More than half the world's population now live in cities. In just a few decades from now, the population of urban areas will exceed the entire global population today. Ongoing urbanization presents opportunities and challenges that are of great interest to policy-makers and researchers. WHO SHOUL... read more

Snakes and Ladders: Finding Your Way Through the Qualitative Labyrinth

Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam

When you think of healthcare research,  randomized controlled trials, numbers, calculations, and p-values might spring to mind. But did you know there is a different way to do research? In qualitative health (education) research, the experiences, opinions, behaviours, and feelings of patients,... read more

Neurodegenerative Diseases: From Lab to Patient and Back

Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam

From molecules to brain, cells to behaviour, this interactive course provides you with a comprehensive insight into various aspects of neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s and Vanishing White Matter. It addresses both clinical aspects and methodologies for the study of brain dise... read more

Nature and Nurture

Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam

Do twins hold the key to understanding complex human traits and diseases? Can they resolve the age-old debate between nature and nurture? What is determined by our DNA, what comes from our environment? Thanks to recent technological advances, we are closer than ever to explaining where our individua... read more

International Criminal Justice

Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam

War crimes, crimes against humanity and genocide harm people, disrupt societies and endanger global peace and security. In recent decades the international community has expressed its clear desire to end such atrocities and to prosecute those responsible. But designing effective “real-world” respons... read more

Foundation of International Business

Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam

We live in an increasingly global and interconnected world. Over the past couple of decades, rapid technological advancement and disappearing trade barriers have completely transformed the business community. The world has gone digital and in order to be successful, companies have no choice but to g... read more

Fintech and Emerging Financing Models in a Dynamic World

Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam

Many of the jobs we will be doing in five years do not exist today. The world is changing rapidly and the world of finance has to change with it. New innovations will take place both within and beyond existing structures: fintechs providimg services such as crowdfunding, P2P lending, family lending,... read more

Discovering Holland

University of Groningen

Seen from outside, the Netherlands seems like a country that has its things in order: neat streets guide you through our cities, straight canals transport our water and orderly politicians take care of our affairs. There is, however, more to this country than meets the eye. Dutch society and it... read more