Talent Acquisition Program in University Degrees
University of Granada, July 2017
This program offers undergraduate students from national or international universities the opportunity to collaborate with researchers from the University of Granada (UGR) during the summer months. The program aims to improve students' scientific knowledge, while providing an important intercultural experience, which will be fundamental for their personal and professional development.
The program will be held along July 2017, and the students will actively participate in the research life in laboratories, centers and research groups of the UGR, collaborating in research projects.
Further information: http://investigacion.ugr.es/pages/planpropio/2017/normas/p27en
ELTE Budapest Summer Schools
In 2017 Eötvös Loránd University Budapest are planning to run two summer university programmes:
• ELTE Summer University of Hungarian Language and Culture
between 31 July - 25 August 2017 which is built up of three main blocks: intensive Hungarian language course, lectures on Hungarian culture, arts, and history, cultural programs / social activities;
• ELTE Budapest Summer University
between 14 - 25 August 2017, which is a two-week program offered to Hungarian and international students, in various study fields (especially law, cultural studies, special education, psychology, social sciences) For further information, please visit this page: www.elte.hu/en/elte-budapest-summer-university
Participants can combine the two summer university programs e.g. 31 July – 13 August 2017 students can attend Summer University of Hungarian Language and Culture and between 14-25 August 2017 they can take part in the Budapest Summer University.
Deadline for applications: 20 July 2017
University of Groningen summer schools 2017
The University of Groningen (1614) is hosting research-driven summer schools. We provide top-quality education to students from every continent and from every walk of life, to help prepare for their (international) careers. Last year participants from over 95 countries worked intensively together with inspired researchers on important topics. We invite all students and staff to look beyond the obvious, to be involved, purposeful and creative, and to engage in scientific and social debates on both local and global issues. We would like to invite your students to join us in 2017 and bring in their knowledge and ambitions, and share their experience and questions.
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