Circle U. summer schools in Berlin, Oslo and Paris

Fancy a scholarship for one of five interdisciplinary summer schools on topics around climate change, democracy and global health? Apply now!

This summer, how about a deep dive into topics around climate change, democracy or global health? How about earning some ECTS along the way? In Berlin, Oslo or Paris? Free of charge? With a travel grant? No matter what subject you study? If this sounds good, be sure to check out Circle U.’s summer programmes with five different summer schools. Applications close 29 April.

 

“Communicating Climate Science” at HU Berlin

“Communicating Climate Science” at HU Berlin

Climate change is a “hot” topic – but how to effectively communicate the findings of scientific research? The Circle U. Climate Hub summer school, from 15 to 26 August, is going to tackle this question.
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“Rethinking Global Health” at Université Paris Cité

“Rethinking Global Health” at Université Paris Cité

If you’re a PhD student of any discipline, you’re welcome to apply to this summer school in Paris. From 4 to 8 July it will address topics such as inequalities in healthcare resources and the future of globalised medicine.
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“Evidence and Democracy in Times of Crisis” at the University of Oslo

“Evidence and Democracy in Times of Crisis” at the University of Oslo

In acute crisis, knowledge on decision-making processes is key. Join this summer school in Oslo from 8 to 12 August to build yours! Highly interdisciplinary and open to all Master students.
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“From Farm to Fork” in Markgräflerland with HU

“From Farm to Fork” in Markgräflerland with HU

From 30 July to 6 August, Humboldt-Universität’s Division of Vocational Teaching in Agricultural and Horticultural Sciences is inviting you to examine the EU’s agricultural sustainability strategy in action.
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“Reimagining Universities as Drivers of Sustainability” at HU Berlin

“Reimagining Universities as Drivers of Sustainability” at HU Berlin

How can universities respond to climate change? From 22 to 26 August, this programme invites students to develop ideas and measures for transforming universities into drivers of sustainability.
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