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Summer Courses in European studies

Students who want to engage with a topic more deeply may find a summer course to be the perfect opportunity to do so. Summer courses can last anywhere from 10 days to multiple weeks, giving attendees the chance to explore the topic at a moderately accelerated rate. What is a summer course in European studies? “European studies” is a broad term for courses that cover the history, econom… Read more

Students who want to engage with a topic more deeply may find a summer course to be the perfect opportunity to do so. Summer courses can last anywhere from 10 days to multiple weeks, giving attendees the chance to explore the topic at a moderately accelerated rate.

What is a summer course in European studies? “European studies” is a broad term for courses that cover the history, economics, sociology or politics of the European Union or any of the countries within it. Scholars may study the strategies used to rule these countries as well as those used to resist people in power. They may delve into the culture and language of a particular country, such as France or Germany. Students may expect to glean a more acute understanding of business practices, modes of government, policymaking procedures and social issues of the European Union.

Participants in these courses often improve their intercultural competence and their understanding of the nuances of business practices across Europe, making them more desirable employees in the global marketplace. They can also use the opportunity to fine-tune a second language, which can be helpful no matter what field they pursue.

Costs for summer courses vary as widely as the experiences they offer. Each university has different costs, but many offer assistance for learners who require it.

European studies can be helpful for scholars who want to work in many different fields. Those who take these summer courses often go on to become teachers or professors of history, social science, economics or government. Future executives in multinational corporations often spend summers learning about the countries whose job markets they intend to target. The information learned in such courses can inspire a career as an interpreter or diplomat.

Many of these courses take place at universities in the countries on which they focus, but there are also online learning opportunities that students may find convenient. Search for your program and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.

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Sorbonne University - Summer School
Paris, France

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EFST Summer School
Split, Croatia

The Summer School course “EU Regional Policy - Reality Check and Perspective" offers a unique opportunity to learn and discuss structures, actors, processes, and challenges of ... +

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Collegium Civitas
Warsaw, Poland

Central Europe has been a flash point in world history for centuries. Control of the area has been contested both by imperial powers – above all Russia, Austria, Germany – and ... +

Central Europe has been a flash point in world history for centuries. Control of the area has been contested both by imperial powers – above all Russia, Austria, Germany – and by the smaller nations in between. -
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22 days
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