Those who enroll in summer courses are often able to get ahead in their educations. Additionally, those who have already completed a degree are sometimes able to enroll in this type of course to enhance their current careers.
Humanities and social sciences is an area of study which prepares students for a huge variety of industries when it comes time to choose a career. Social workers, artists and teaching careers are popular options for those who complete these courses.
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Smith College and the surrounding area are home to unparalleled collections and cultural heritage institutions that offer an immersive experience in women's history. Duri
July 21—August 3, 2019
Smith College and the surrounding area are home to unparalleled collections and cultural heritage institutions that offer an immersive experience in women's history.
During your time at Smith, we will explore women's lives through archival research, visits to local museums and tours of historic sites. With a focus on women and social change, you will be introduced to women who have altered the course of American history through reform, mobilization, cultural interventions and outright rebellion.
In Smith's special collections we will look at the letters, diaries, photographs, and manifestos that chronicle personal and political revolutions over the past 150 years. We will get to know the first generation of college women through the institutional archives of Smith and Mt. Holyoke. And we will explore feminist art in the Smith College Museum of Art....
Get yourself immerse into the world of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and historical cartography in this short 5-day international course. The course will give you
Get yourself immerse into the world of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and historical cartography in this short 5-day international course. The course will give you all you need to start working independently and with confidence in ArcGIS software. The course includes a field trip, lectures from top tier scholars and usage of historical maps and aerials which are part of Tel-Hai’s Center for Historical Cartographic Research.
Familiarity with projections and coordinates
Geographic information layersRaster and Vector
Manage and view layers in ArcMap
Anchoring maps / aerial / satellite photographs
Management of database - labels, symbols and information
Queries and spatial analyzes of the database
Cartography and map creation
Our International STEM Scholars program will prepare you for graduate engineering programs by providing focused training in academic speaking and research writing. During
Our International STEM Scholars program will prepare you for graduate engineering programs by providing focused training in academic speaking and research writing. During the six-week program, you will build skills to thrive in graduate school and the workplace. You’ll also earn credit hours in a special course taught by faculty from Tufts School of Engineering.
To apply for this program you must have:
A completed undergraduate degree
An intention to pursue STEM-related studies at a university or college
A minimum TOEFL score of 71 (internet), 197 (computer), or 530 (paper)
Note that priority will be given to incoming Tufts M.S. students.
George Washington University, Summer & Non-Degree Programs
This hands-on program is designed for international students who are English language learners to introduce them to concepts in cross-disciplinary research in a U.S. univ
Cross-disciplinary principles of data science and academic writing for research purposes
Program Dates: July 1 - August 10, 2018
This hands-on program is designed for international students who are English language learners to introduce them to concepts in cross-disciplinary research in a U.S. university. Students will engage with professionals to help solve problems in science and technology disciplines, as well as gain skills in research and writing techniques. In this program students will:
Connect with professionals in research-focused institutions.
Develop skills in problem analysis, literature research, teamwork, communication, and presentation.
Develop research-based writing skills including vocabulary, source evaluation, documentation, and cohesiveness.
Work in cross-disciplinary teams, using research methodologies to address issues and solve problems in areas such as statistics, computer science, mathematics, bioinformatics and more.
Drawing upon our vast experience in combining language and culture in multi-level classes, this course provides an opportunity to experience Japanese culture first hand w
(Open to students at all proficiency levels)
Drawing upon our vast experience in combining language and culture in multi-level classes, this course provides an opportunity to experience Japanese culture first hand with Japanese students through activities such as playing traditional musical instruments, calligraphy, cooking, visiting JFOU club activities while improving their Japanese language skills. This course is designed to help students improve their language skills through five to six activities focusing on aspects of Japanese culture and society. Each “experiential activity” consists of three phases: “Preparation,” “Experiential Activity” and “Feedback.” Two to three class meetings will be spent on one activity. Typically, one class meeting is allocated to each of the “Preparation” and “Experiential Activity” phases. The preparation involves learning words and expressions as well as learning or reviewing grammatical items to be used in a particular activity. The “experiential activity” is the actual experience. Volunteer students whose native language is Japanese are brought in to work with summer program participants in these class meetings for both language support and authentic interaction in Japanese. After each activity, students write a short report according to their proficiency level. At the end of the course, students will conduct further research on one of the activities (topics) experienced earlier in the course and write a report in Japanese, which should be accompanied by a portfolio. Depending on the number of students, students will give an oral presentation as well....
Wellesley College Summer Term offers students a unique opportunity to interact with some of Wellesley’s top scholars and professors in a close-knit, inclusive environment
Wellesley College Summer Term offers students a unique opportunity to interact with some of Wellesley’s top scholars and professors in a close-knit, inclusive environment.
Summer is an excellent time for exploring challenging topics and new areas of interest. Wellesley College Summer Term combines academic excellence in our state of the art classrooms and laboratories with a spectacular lakeside campus that is close to Boston. Summer Term features full-credit classes drawn from a sampling of courses taught during the academic year at Wellesley.
At a Glance
Program Length: 4 or 8 Weeks (2 sessions of Summer Term offered, each runs four weeks)
Eligibility: Must be female and 18+ to live on campus; Males can take courses, but are not eligible for housing or immigration support
Credits: Full academic course credit
Residential Hall: Historic Wellesley Residential Hall (separate from tuition)
Meal Plan: Weekly meal plans available (separate from tuition)
International Students: Must take 2 courses (with in one Summer Term) and live on campus to be eligible for immigration support
Summer Term Fees
The contamination of Art and Science has proved to be successful in many domains over the centuries and it has reached its peak in the Renaissance, that infact has always
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“From the Idea to the Product”
Are you born to be an artist…or an entrepreneur?
It is a common preconception that Art and Science belong to parallel universes, despite of the fact that when it comes to decision making and problem solving, the human brain does not process information by algorythms ...
The contamination of Art and Science has proved to be successful in many domains over the centuries and it has reached its peak in the Renaissance, that infact has always been a model for innovation, “even better than Silicon Valley today”, in the opinion of researchers such as Eric Weiner.
As the debate about how to classify Management and Entrepreneurship, whether in the field of Sciences or in the field of Arts, has been endless and still left unsolved, and in the meantime generations and generations of people get stuck in this dilemma and sometimes, even lost, when they have to make a decision about their career…this year we will give our contribution to the research on this topic with a Certificate Program created in collaboration with Campus Citta’ del Sapere and Centro Sperimentale di Arte Contemporanea IS.Ca.PI, which aims at providing a full immersion experience in the daily life of the Renaissance Artist....
TRANSFERSKILLS 2019 (www.transferskills.be) is a two-week summer school organised at Ghent University (Belgium) from July 8 to 19, 2019, offering a toolbox of transferrab
Are you looking for a way to lift your performance and make your approach highly appreciated in any professional environment?
Transferskills 2019 (www.transferskills.be) is a two-week summer school organised at Ghent University (Belgium) from July 8 to 19, 2019, offering a toolbox of transferrable skills that determine HOW you do the job, as opposed to technical skills, determining WHAT you do.
Transferskills 2019 offers training in teamwork and motivation, meeting skills, presentation and (popular) writing skills, relational behaviour, conflict handling, cross-cultural intelligence, project management, job-seeking, CV writing and interviewing skills, research ethics, etc. The training modules will allow you to do more in less time and create a healthy and pleasant work environment. ...
University of Southampton International Summer School
When you join the International Summer School 2019, you will study up to six exciting topics across the four weeks you are with us. Each topic is delivered by an internat
Join us for a summer of British culture and explore our world-leading research.
When you join the International Summer School 2019, you will study up to six exciting topics across the four weeks you are with us. Each topic is delivered by an internationally-recognised member of academic staff at the University of Southampton working in partnership with one of our many enthusiastic postgraduate research students. Across three engaging and interactive classroom sessions, they will introduce you to their topic of choice, explaining why it is important to them and offering you an insight into the world-class research environment they work in.
You will find each topic is a friendly and engaging experience: you will normally study in groups with around 15 – 20 fellow students, allowing you to form good working relationships and have the opportunity to contribute and discuss in class....
This module aims to explore the processes by which Shakespeare’s plays came into existence, how they achieved their unique status in English literature and culture, and h
This module aims to explore the processes by which Shakespeare’s plays came into existence, how they achieved their unique status in English literature and culture, and how the image of the genius ‘Bard’ problematizes understandings of Shakespeare’s plays as part of Shakespeare’s own world and our own. Following global commemorative celebrations of the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare's death in 2016, the module will include examining issues that surround memorializing the dead, both in Shakespeare’s own time and our own.
The module focuses its attention on A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Hamlet and The Tempest. Through a combination of play-specific classes, performance workshops, and classes dedicated to the details of historical context students will examine:...
RWTH International Academy / RWTH Aachen University
This Summer School includes an intensive 3-week German language course; its credits can be integrated into the students' study programmes in Japan.
This year, we are happ
Beginning in August 2007, RWTH Aachen University and Keio University in Japan have staged a Summer School for around 20 selected students from Keio's Graduate School of Science and Engineering.
This programme is a cooperation among the Laboratory for Machine Tools and Production Engineering (WZL), the Institute of Inorganic Chemistry (IAC), the Physics Institute (Physikzentrum), Aachen Chemical Engineering (AVT), the Language Center and the RWTH International Academy.
This Summer School includes an intensive 3-week German language course; its credits can be integrated into the students' study programmes in Japan. This year, we are happy to open the programme for all our Japanese partner universities:...
What are the main characteristics of France (art, literature, geography, history, and science)?
Dates and schedule
Duration: one week
Week 3: From the 15th until the 19th of July 2019
Week 4: From the 22nd until the 26th of July 2019
From 2 PM until 5 PM
What are the main characteristics of France (art, literature, geography, history, and science)?
Week 3 - course to be determined
Week 4 - The French Revolution
Jean-François Dunyach, history, Faculty of Arts & Humanities Sorbonne Université
Can we sell culture as a product? France responds
Yann Migoubert, greek, Faculty of Arts & Humanities Sorbonne Université
course to be determined
France in American films
Michel Echeverry, English language and literature, Faculty of Arts & Humanities Sorbonne Université
Introduction to French Poetry
Nicholas Manning, English language and literature, Faculty of Arts & Humanities Sorbonne Université
Enrolment before 28/02/19
Enrolment before 30/04/19
Enrolment after 01/05/19
Former Université d'été participants
Staff and students enrolled at Sorbonne Université 2018/2019 * **
Jobseekers, retirees and people with disabilities *: 225 €
The course is aimed at establishing a new area of study, based on a comparative analysis of Western and Eastern cultural patterns. The study of inter-cultural dynamics wi
Who are we?
Novosibirsk State University is located at the heart of Akademgorodok, a world-famous research center of the Russian Academy of Sciences. It was founded in the 1960s in the Siberian taiga as the birth place for new ideas and technologies. Now it's a world-class research and educational cluster with 35 research institutes, innovative Technopark and the University at the heart of this well-balanced system.
The main areas of training and research:
Elementary particle physics, Photonics and Quantum Optics, Research of the Arctic, Cancer Therapy Innovation, Chemistry, Materials and Technologies, Genomic Technologies, Biomarkers and Social Behavior, Archeology, Computer Science, Economics and Sociology...
ISSOS - International Summer Schools For 13-18 Year Olds
The ISSOS creative writing summer school course is designed for students of all levels and interests who have a desire to explore their own potential and challenge themse
The ISSOS creative writing summer school course is designed for students of all levels and interests who have a desire to explore their own potential and challenge themselves creatively, learning to write in the most inspirational environments. Understand and harness the forces of creative language to produce original poems, scenes from a play or movie and short stories.
What will it cover?
Introductory and advanced workshops will cover all phases of the writing process, including idea generation, writing and revising drafts and editing.
Learn to love writing through a range of creative projects including essays, short stories and poetry
Study the work of renowned writers and disco...
This course serves as an introduction to the politics of North Africa (Maghreb), the Arab East (Mashriq) including the Gulf and the Arabian Peninsula, Israel, Turkey and
This course serves as an introduction to the politics of North Africa (Maghreb), the Arab East (Mashriq) including the Gulf and the Arabian Peninsula, Israel, Turkey and Iran. It gives - on a country by county basis - an overview of the major political issues and developments in the region since the end of the First World War and addresses key themes in the study of contemporary Middle East politics, including: the role of the military, social and economic development, political Islam, and the recent uprisings (the 'Arab Spring').
Its aim is to develop the students' understanding of the major trends in the Middle East politics and their skills of political analysis through critical reading, lectures, presentations and informed discussion....