Search Summer Courses in Art Studies 2019/2020 in Brussels in Belgium
Colleges and universities offer summer courses to students looking to continue their education during the summer months; a time when most students are on vacation. Students have the opportunity to earn credit for the following school year
The Arts refers to programs that focus on intellectual type topics that are not always as straightforward as science and math. Those wishing to play a creative role in contributing to the community would be interested in the arts.
With university education being upper most level in the education system of the Belgium, the government has put more emphasis to make sure that the students’ lives is made as simple as possible through the loan and grants programs. They offer sponsors for international students with poor and vulnerable backgrounds who would like to study in this country.
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Situated in Brussels, the ‘Capital of Europe’, Vesalius College offers students unique summer experience. Lasting just 7 weeks, the Summer Session gives students a focuse
Situated in Brussels, the ‘Capital of Europe’, Vesalius College offers students unique summer experience. Lasting just 7 weeks, the Summer Session gives students a focused academic program and the opportunity to experience and explore the best of European culture and travel.
The Vesalius College Summer Program consisted of courses in Business, Communications, International Affairs, and International & European Law. In addition, there are also a number of internship opportunities available. Students may register for a maximum of 2 courses during the Summer Program (6 ECTS per course).
The maximum course load is 2 courses.
ART101G – Art in Belgium – Leon Lock
BUS 102G, The Belgian Brewery Industry in a Global Context: Business, Economics, Culture, and Innovation – Sven Van Kerckhoven
BUS2113G – Principles of Organizational Management – Munira Aminova
BUS243G – Management Control Systems – Kim Adamsen
BUS 316G – Business models and Leadership in times of Transition – de Kemmeter
BUS 363G – Global Sustainability and Society – Frank Billingsley
CMM 214G, Gamification in Politics, Business and Communications: An Interdisciplinary Approach
CMM233G – Introduction to Photojournalism
CMM 262G, European Film, Culture, and Contemporary Visions – Ernest Mathijs & Wouter Hessels
INT 381G, Internship
LAW 204G, Human Rights and International Criminal Law: The Case of the International Criminal Court – Medlir Mema
POL 223G, Ethnic Conflict, Reconciliation and Reconstruction – Medlir Mema
POL 225G, Global Terrorism, Counter-terrorism and (De-)Radicalisation – Serge Stroobants
POL234G, Economics, and Politics of the EU – Mark Corner
POL 261G, History and...