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This year's LOT Summer school will take place at the La Foresta Conference Centre in Leuven, 13-24 June, 2011. The courses in this school are free for all PhD-researchers and second year research master students who are affiliated with one of the eight LOT Institutes.
U.S. Peace Corps Volunteers are sponsoring a summer camp in Kryvy Rih, Ukraine, August 7th - 13th for university level English language students. Led by native-English speakers, the camp is entitled THE REPUBLIC and uses a role-playing game based upon the ancient Greek city-state of Athens from roughly the 5th- 4th centuries BCE. Ukrainian University Students will participate in the game as Athenian citizens who make up the Athenian government, also based on the democratic process created in Athens during this time period. The campers will participate in this government by reacting to a series of daily crises (an economic crisis, an invasion, a plague) that occurred during this period of Greek history.
Young climate activists from the Young Friends of the Earth network and others meet for 8 days full of discussion, exchange, method sharing, networking and Action. Dealing with global warming is not only a question of economics, industry and numbers. It is also a question of climate justice - including social justice inside and between states, fair distribution of resources and atmospheric space, supporting people suffering from global warming, protecting biodiversity, and changing our lifestyle, minds and society.
Convention of Young European Citizens 2011 will take place on 7 - 17 July 2011 in Cluny Abbey, Burgundy, France. Since 2001, more than 460 young people from more than 30 different countries have come together at the Convention of Young European Citizens in Cluny.
Young professionals, including journalists, from Ukraine, South Caucasus and Western Balkans can attend a summer school on global security environment held in Liptovský Mikuláš, Slovakia and Uzhgorod, Ukraine on June 25 - July 3, 2011.
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The Public Affairs Section of the U.S. Embassy in Kyiv, in cooperation with the Yevpatoriya Branch of Volodymyr Dal'
East-Ukrainian National University (EUNU), is pleased to announce the 12th American Studies Summer Institute focusing on the theme "The Idea of America: A Look at U.S. Government, Innovation and Society in the Early 21st
Century." This event will take place at the Yevpatoriya campus of EUNU from June 5 -10, 2011. Thirty junior university lecturers and researchers from throughout Ukraine will be selected to attend this popular event through an open competition for slots.
The Open Society Scholarship Programs is pleased to announce the Global Supplementary Grant Program (GSGP) for the 2011 - 2012 academic year. GSGP offers supplementary grants to students from select countries of Eastern and Central Europe, the former Soviet Union and Mongolia, the Middle East/Near East, and South Asia. The purpose of the program is to enable qualified students to pursue doctoral studies in the Humanities and Social Sciences at accredited universities throughout Asia, Australia, Europe, the Middle/Near East, and North America.
2011-PhD scholarship in the field of Democracy, Knowledge, and Gender in a Transnational World at Goethe University in Germany for PhD.
Study Subject:Democracy, Knowledge, and Gender in a Transnational World
2011 -Master Scholarships in the field of Industrial Design for Architecture Politecnico di Milano and POLI.design in Italy.
In accordance with the bilateral and trilateral intergovernmental and interministerial agreements on co-operation in education and science, the State Education Development Agency (VIAA) offers scholarships to students, researchers and teaching staff of several countries for studies and research work in Latvian higher education institutions (HEIs).
ISWinT team is proud to announce that preparations for this year's festival, which will take place between the 18th and 27th of July, are in full swing. ISWinT (International Student Week in Timisoara, Romania) is an international festival that gathers participants from all over the world each year since 1994. The purpose of this festival is to give the students from different countries the opportunity to communicate freely, to express their opinions in a productive manner, while enjoying a taste of our local culture. The theme for this summer is "Celebrate Innovation. Keep Tradition". The reason behind this particular choice of words is to emphasize the antithesis that appears between tradition and innovation, two sides of a continuously flipping coin.
This year there is a possibility to take part in three summer schools:
- the Baltic International Summer School "Learn and Experience Baltics: Nature, Culture and Spa Tourism" (additional information - http://biss.va.lv/) in Valmiera, organized by the Vidzeme University of Applied Sciences in July 31 - August 14, 2011,
- the International Summer School "Entering the Void" (additional information - http://www.summerschool.rtu.lv/) in Riga, organized by the Riga Technical University in August 7 - 20, 2011, and
- the International Summer School "Innovations in Baltic Logistics" (additional information - http://www.ba.lv/) in Riga, organized by the BA School of Business and Finance (SBF) in August 15 - 27, 2011.