1 March 2019 (For 10% discount).
1 May 2019 (for July courses).
1 June 2019 (for August courses).
Radboud Summer School Edition 2019 – Radboud University
Radboud Summer School is back with a 6th edition! They hope to welcome you from 30 June – 13 July and 4 – 17 August 2019.
51 courses will be offered. More detailed descriptions of all courses will be available on the 1st of December. On the same date, it will also be possible to apply for courses.
Radboud Summer School is organized by Radboud University which is located in Nijmegen, the oldest city in the Netherlands. Radboud University challenges its students to actively participate in the academic community and trains them to be critical and committed academics, with their own views regarding scholarship and society, who will take up responsible positions in a society which is becoming increasingly internationalized.
7 Reasons to choose Radboud Summer School:
- Renowned, dedicated academic staff.
- A wide variety of courses.
- International community / expand your network.
- Great value for money.
- Interesting social programme.
- Private accommodation for every participant.
- Green campus, safe city.
Opportunity Focus courses:
- An Introduction to Data Visualisation and Cluster Analysis (using R).
- Analyzing Neural Time Series Data.
- Animal Navigation.
- Biomimetic Robot Navigation.
- Brexit: The Legal Process and its Implications for the UK and the EU.
- Citizenship and Migration: Europe’s 21st Century Challenges.
- Clinical Skills in the Treatment of Anxiety and Depression: Hands-on Practice and Heads-on Theory.
- Cognitive Neuroscience of Sleep.
- Current Issues in Environmental Science.
- Discover the Netherlands: Field trips to Amsterdam, Utrecht, and Nijmegen.
- Dutch History, Politics, and Culture.
- Early Programming: How Early Life Shapes Human Development.
- European Banking: Regulations, Strategies, and Performance.
- European Human Rights Protection.
- Excellence beyond Borders: Breaking down Barriers in Gifted Education.
- Experiments in Behavioral Economics: Methodology and Applications.
- How to Perform High-Quality Preclinical Research Through Systematic Reviews.
- Human-Computer Interaction Studies: Methods and Application.
- Integrative X-omics Analysis Empowering Personalized Healthcare.
- International Successions in Europe.
- Inter-organizational Networks: Managing Organizational Success in an Inter-connected World.
- Introduction to Cognitive Neuroscience.
- Introduction to Data Science with R and Rstudio for the Social Sciences.
- Lecturing in the International Classroom.
- Linear Algebra for Neuroscientists.
- Literacy as a Powerful Meaning-Making Tool.
- Making Systematic Literature Reviews Work for You.
- Migrant Inclusion in Policy and Practice.
- Peer Relations and Interactions in Childhood and Adolescence.
- Perfecting your Academic Writing Skills.
- Personalized Medicine 101.
- Philosophical Lessons from and for the ‘Post-Truth Era’.
- Political Orientation Through a Consumer Research Lens.
- Practical Mixed Effect Regression Modelling for Psychology and Language
- Private International Law within the European Union.
- Quantitative Data Analysis with R.
- Quantum in the Summer – An Introduction to the Theory and Practice of
- Quantum Technologies.
- Reading Mystical Texts.
- Rituals in Life.
- Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity: a Human Rights Perspective.
- Social Media Theory and Research.
- Starting Your Own Business.
- State of the Art Radionuclide Imaging and Therapy in Oncology.
- Sustainability Science; A System Dynamics perspective.
- The Ins and Outs of Kidneys: from Physiomics to Transplantation.
- The Psychology and Neuroscience of Self-Control.
- The Vampire in Folklore, Literature, and Film.
- Trends and Topics in Neurolinguistics.
ALL WORLD COUNTRIES.
2 weeks from 30 June – 13 July and 4 – 17 August 2019.
- Proficiency of English (IELTS 6.0, B2, TOEFL 550 or equivalent).
- Ability to speak, read, and write in good English.
- Each course description provides a detailed explanation of the course and information about the course-specific admission requirements. Please read the information on the course page carefully to see if you have the required entry-level and comply with the admission requirements.
The scholarship is provided only as a discount on course fees and It covers:
- Course fees only, not the housing or social programme fee.
- The course fees include the registration fee, course materials, access to library and IT facilities, coffee/tea, lunch and a number of social activities.
- The fee does not include accommodation, travel costs, dinner, insurance, and other costs.
- 10% discount if you apply before 1 March 2019.
- 15% discount for students and PhD candidates from international partner universities.
- 5% discount for students, PhD candidates and alumni from Radboud University.
- Average living expenses are around €100 to €150 a week
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This Scholarship Published by:
” Ahmed Farag / Egypt “
Reviewed by” Salma Aittaleb/ Morocco ”
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