Summer courses in Sweden for applicants from the Baltic Sea Region.
Welcome to apply to the Swedish Institute Summer University, financed by the Swedish Institute Baltic Sea Region Exchange Program, which comprises courses on different topics for students, researchers or university teachers from this region.
Four courses are given for undergraduate students from Belarus, Russia, Ukraine and Sweden with at least three years of university studies.
One course is given for PhD students and young university teachers (under 35 years of age) from Belarus, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Russia, Ukraine and Sweden.
The Swedish Institute Summer University has created a lot of interest from young students and researchers throughout the years. The experiences made at the summer courses are of different kinds, from networking, to increased skills and knowledge within specific themes.
Information about the different courses and how to apply is available at the links below. The deadline for all applications is April 15, 2011.
Please note that you may only apply to one course and that previous participants of the Swedish Institute Summer University are not eligible to apply. Please also note that if you previously participated in the summer university as an undergraduate student you may apply as a researcher, but you cannot apply for the same level twice.
The Swedish Institute cannot respond to any questions regarding the courses and admission. All available information can be found at the links below or through the different course organizers.
Courses aimed at students from Belarus, Russia, Sweden and Ukraine
Jцnkцping University, School of Education and Communication/Sцdra Vдtterbygden Folk High School: Media, Communication and Human Rights — August 8 – August 21, 2011
Lund University: Gender Issues, Equality, Human Rights and Swedish Society
— June 20 – July 6, 2011
Svefi Academy: The Open Society - Sweden as an Example, Human Rights in Sweden and Swedish Involvement in Human Rights Issues in the World — August 15 – August 29, 2011
Дdelfors Folk High School/Linnaeus University: Human rights in an open society — June 26 – July 9, 2011
Course aimed at PhD students and young university teachers (under 35 years of age) from Belarus, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Russia, Ukraine and Sweden.
Blekinge Institute of Technology: Introduction to Strategic Sustainable Development — July 25 – August 4, 2011