The cost of summer courses varies from school to school. Courses at more elite colleges and universities cost considerably more than those at smaller or state schools. The cost is also dependent on the number of courses a student enrolls in.
After completing a college degree, a student may wish to pursue a graduate degree. The first level of such study is called a master. Students can earn this title after completing approximately two years of study when taking a full load of credits.
The London Academy of Trading (LAT) is pleased to offer you a chance to exercise your mind at their Financial Trading Bootcamp. The trading boot camp requires no prior kn
The London Academy of Trading (LAT) is pleased to offer you a chance to exercise your mind at their Financial Trading Bootcamp. The trading boot camp requires no prior knowledge of trading or financial markets, building up your understanding of the area from fundamental principles. Attendees will get acquainted with the day-to-day routines of traders and will dig deeper into the fundamental analysis, technical analysis and the evaluation of macroeconomic data releases. We will also look at trading psychology and examine the effects this can have on trading performance.
Entry requirements for all LAT programmes:
A completed and signed application form
A copy of your passport/proof of ID / Birth Certificate
Entry requirements for all LAT programmes of two weeks or more:
A scanned copy of a recent passport-sized colour photograph
Proof of education qualifications
Proof of English proficiency, if required
Our Institute for International Scholars will prepare you for graduate school programs by providing focused training in writing and communication skills. Our seminar clas
Our Institute for International Scholars will prepare you for graduate school programs by providing focused training in writing and communication skills. Our seminar classes closely resemble the classroom experience of U.S. graduate programs. During the six-week program, you will build the skills and confidence necessary for success in your graduate school experience while exploring the Greater Boston area.
To apply for this program you must have:
A completed undergraduate degree
An intention to pursue further studies at a university or college
A minimum TOEFL score of 71 (internet), 197 (computer), or 530 (paper)
Your program will consist of two main classes and afternoon extracurricular activities and excursions. You are invited to participate in the Discover America excursions on Wednesday afternoons that explore the greater Boston area. Classes meet weekdays from 9 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Classes have an average of 10 students and last 1 hour and 45 minutes....
This course aims first to enable students to learn the basic perspectives and methodologies of Culture Studies in social science, and then to apply them to the understand
Prof. Yuko Kawanishi (J. F. Oberlin University)
This course aims first to enable students to learn the basic perspectives and methodologies of Culture Studies in social science, and then to apply them to the understanding of contemporary Japanese cultural scenes. Students’ active participation in class discussions and critical thinking is essential.
Twin size accommodation is available for the Summer Session participants. All housings are located in the vicinity of the school and are convenient for commuting. All housing is equipped with bedding, furniture(desk, chair, table), shower unit, toilet, microwave, TV, and internet connection.
We live in an amazing time where digital technology is beginning to take many different physical forms, with a rise in new interactions and sensorial experiences. Virtual
What are Interactive Spaces?
We live in an amazing time where digital technology is beginning to take many different physical forms, with a rise in new interactions and sensorial experiences. Virtual and mixed reality offers a new take on these questions by letting us embed digital objects with properties from the physical world such as location, scale, and persistence in the world. How do these technologies work to create and augment environments?
What will you learn?
Using your hands – learning to make physical prototypes of all scales, starting at the analog level, and working up to integrating digital components
Analog and digital tools to create interactive experiences
Prototyping skills and an understanding of how and when to use each technique
Basic methodology to create an experience through user journeys, research, prototyping, user testing, body/brainstorming, workshopping, etc
Practical idea generation and critical thinking methods
How to create and use physical affordances, and how to design for action
A vocabulary for virtual and mixed reality interaction design
An ability to find and expand insights related to interactive environments
Prototyping communication skills – learning how to create and use prototypes, and when (fidelity vs. content, contextual use)
In this two-week interdisciplinary program, we will approach the issues of energy production, ecological design and sustainable food from multiple—and sometimes conflicti
July 21—August 3, 2019
Join a small community of students interested in moving beyond “green” toward understanding what will be necessary to achieve a truly sustainable future. Learning and living together with a group of equally concerned and engaged people, you will explore how Smith College and our neighboring communities are practicing the ideals and principles of sustainability. We’ll talk about what is working, and what still needs to be done.
Thinking and Acting Beyond “Green”
In this two-week interdisciplinary program, we will approach the issues of energy production, ecological design and sustainable food from multiple—and sometimes conflicting—points of view to expose and understand the complexities and potential impacts of tackling (or ignoring) the issues. Our exploration of these issues will be informed and guided by important work in the natural sciences and the humanities.
George Washington University, Summer & Non-Degree Programs
High school students in the Pre-College Program spend a summer in Washington, D.C., taking advantage of GW's expertise in global development, international relations, pub
Summer Programs for High School Students
High school students in the Pre-College Program spend a summer in Washington, D.C., taking advantage of GW's expertise in global development, international relations, public policy and administration, politics, diplomacy, history, biomedical engineering, museum studies and the arts.
Top-tier faculty guide, inspire and empower students through immersive programs that connect academic experience with the real-world practice.
Our summer programs are intensive and exciting, allowing students to experience the academic rigors of learning in a college environment. They are academically-challenging courses that integrate lectures and seminars with exploration of area organizations....
The program will develop in an international advanced research context directly on-site, in the most important historical places related to Jesus and the Gospels in Jerus
European University Of Rome
Summer School “On the Footstep of Jesus. History and Archaeology”
Jerusalem and Magdala July 6-12, 2019
The program will develop in an international advanced research context directly on-site, in the most important historical places related to Jesus and the Gospels in Jerusalem and Galilee.
Through lectures, meetings with researchers, scholars and archaeologists, the participants will be introduced to the roots of Christianity and to the heart of the relation between Judaism and Christianism from a historical point of view.
Workshops, forums and visits to museums and archaeological excavations are also scheduled, as living experiences of study and involvement in a discovering work in progress....
Institute for European Studies (IES), Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Two weeks of intensive study (in Brussels & Vienna) on the EU decision-making process, for students with a background in (international) politics and/or (European) la
In brief: Intensive 2-week Summer School (1 week in Brussels and 1 in Vienna). It's a crash course in EU Policy Making, with focus in 2019 on analysing human security in the EU! While touching upon all EU policy fields, we will offer participants insights into several aspects of security, including security in its traditional sense (defense) but also from a societal perspective (migration, environment, development).
Visits: European Commission, European Parliament, OSCE, United Nations, EU Delegation in Vienna.
Spend your summer experiencing college life first-hand. Wellesley College invites rising high school junior and senior girls to join us this summer for a unique, immersiv
Wellesley's immersive summer program, designed for intellectually curious high school girls.
Spend your summer experiencing college life first-hand. Wellesley College invites rising high school junior and senior girls to join us this summer for a unique, immersive college experience—The Wellesley Pre-College Immersive Program. For four weeks, students will have the opportunity to become members of the Wellesley community, taking college level courses, earning full college credit and exploring the great city of Boston. Students will also enjoy academic, social, and intellectual opportunities that cannot be found in a high school program.
The Immersive Experience
Rigorous coursework in an intimate setting, with highly motivated peers and Wellesley's renowned faculty
Life-changing opportunity to cultivate close connections with similar-minded women from all around the world
Exposure to undergraduate residential life at a world-class liberal arts and sciences institution
Wellesley campus' 500 acres of rolling hills and woodland, award-winning architecture, and the renowned beauty of Lake Waban in the summertime
Classes, residential life, and planned outings to Boston and Cambridge that encourage a holistic summer experience for personal growth
This module explores a wide range of visual and literary texts, from gothic novels to Pre-Raphaelite paintings, which provide a sense of the extraordinary historical rich
This module explores a wide range of visual and literary texts, from gothic novels to Pre-Raphaelite paintings, which provide a sense of the extraordinary historical richness of the Victorian era.
In this module, we will study a series of major Victorian texts in detail, including a novel by Charles Dickens; some poetry by Tennyson and Browning; short stories by Robert Louis Stevenson, HG Wells and Mary Braddon; as well as art and architecture. We will place the literature and art in their historical, social, political and cultural contexts.
The module is organized around the following significant themes, which galvanized the Victorians, as much as they concern us today:...
Les Roches International School of Hotel Management - Bluche,Switzerland
A semester abroad is more than an academic adventure, it’s an experience that can enrich your life and change your career path. Many students, particularly from Canada an
A semester abroad is more than an academic adventure, it’s an experience that can enrich your life and change your career path. Many students, particularly from Canada and the US, come to Les Roches Switzerland for their Semester Abroad. In this program, students of hospitality management or business programs can be based here for 20 weeks and learn the Swiss approach to hospitality by taking up to five academic courses. One of the courses involves working in the different hospitality departments of Les Roches.
- Learn from highly-qualified and experienced international faculty - Develop industry-relevant practical skills through experiential learning - Develop cross-cultural communication skills: over 90 nationalities on campus - Develop independence and leadership skills - Improve foreign language skills - Live abroad: experience a new environment...
The International Summer Session in Korean & East Asian Studies (ISS) at Hankuk University of Foreign Studies (HUFS), offered continuously for ten years since its est
** 2018 ISS Schedule : July 19 ~ August 17
The International Summer Session in Korean & East Asian Studies (ISS) at Hankuk University of Foreign Studies (HUFS), offered continuously for ten years since its establishment in 2003, provides a unique opportunity to all those who want to deepen their understanding of Korean society and the sources of its current trends.
International students may increase their Korean language proficiency through ISS language classes, and domestic Korean students have the opportunity to enhance their English language proficiency by studying in an international environment where all courses are taught in English. ISS provides students with a carefully planned curriculum and the courses are taught by some of the most prominent scholars in the field of Korean Studies, many of whom are invited from prestigious foreign universities to teach for the summer session. The faculty and students together create a cosmopolitan atmosphere which is conducive to an in-depth understanding of Korean society....
You want to learn or improve your French? This 4-week intensive program is made just for you: Language course focusing on professional French; company visits; rich and va
You want to learn or improve your French? This 4-week intensive program is made just for you:
Language course focusing on professional French
rich and varied sociocultural activities.
This summer, come and experience what life in Montreal has to offer…
Participate in a total immersion experience to acquire or refine your writing and speaking skills in Business French, thereby increasing your opportunities in the international job market.
Immerse yourself in a program that revolves around the discovery of Montreal, the largest French-speaking city in North America, through a wide variety of cultural activities as well as numerous meetings with key economic players in Montreal and internationally: Hydro-Québec, Cirque Éloize, Radio-Canada, Moment Factory, La TOHU…...
The goal of the program is to provide the students with an on-hand experience in designing touristic products in the wonderful city of Prague. The program will be based o
Prague (With Field Trips To Other Czech Cities), Czech Republic
The program will be based on the application of tourism. The whole program will be based upon a combination of classical tuition in classrooms combined with field trips.
Students Will, During This Summer School, Experience:
The magnificent city of Prague from the point of view of locals
Attend the following beautiful places, where they will have an occasion to spend a pleasant time: Karlstejn (Karlštejn) - workshop in nature. The main topic is culture and nature. Bohemian Paradise (Český Ráj) - cultural and technical monuments.
The Czech Republic is a very safe and affordable country with low living expenses
You will explore new avenues and techniques as you develop your interest and knowledge of photography.
Our photography elective is an excellent introduction to the exciting world of photography.
Our photography elective is an excellent introduction to the exciting world of photography and is ideal for anyone looking to improve their photography skills. During this practical and fun elective, you will receive 36 hours of teaching. Learn how to use your camera, and take amazing photographs. You will explore new avenues and techniques as you develop your interest and knowledge of photography. The practical assignments that you will complete along the way will form the basis of your mini portfolio should you choose to take your interest further.
How to bring together the elements of manual mode to create an evocative image: shutter speed, aperture, and image composition
How to choose the right gear, and develop an efficient workflow
How to recognize and take advantage of beautiful natural light
Work on mini projects and developing a mini portfolio