Summer courses abroad
Summer courses are courses provided by some of our selected partner universities. These courses are typically given sometime between June and August.
Through the Unit for International Mobility you can apply to courses where we have been able to negotiate a tuition fee waiver or reduced tuition fees. Some courses also qualify for scholarships.
Follow the application handbook below in order learn how to apply.
Available summer courses
Available courses differ a little bit from summer to summer. The list of available courses is expected to be published in December each year. Due to insecurities regarding travel caused by covid-19 there will not be an application for summer schools in summer 2021.
The application for summer courses abroad through the Unit for International Mobility is open once per year. Due to insecurities regarding travel caused by covid-19 there will not be an application for summer schools in summer 2021.
INSTRUCTIONS TO THE APPLICATION
Instructions to the application for summer courses abroad is available in an application handbook. It contains the information you need to complete your application. All links in this page as well as in the handbook are also listed here in this page.
The Unit for International Mobility is responsible for the study abroad activities on these pages.
For questions about exchange studies please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
For questions about Erasmus traineeship, Erasmus for studies or the International Credit Mobility grant please contact email@example.com.
For questions about Minor Field Studies please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Zoom Drop-in hours
During the semesters you can meet with the Unit for International Mobility for questions about Study Abroad on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 13:00 - 14:00 with the exception of public holidays.
We offer online drop-in hours in Zoom. Please log in using your student account (Information on how to log in to Zoom with your student account). When you enter the Zoom meeting you will be placed in a waiting room until it is your turn. You will then be asked to briefly describe your question and there after you will be connected to an available International Officer for an one on one conversation. In the meeting you may use audio and video if you like but may also use the chat function.
Extra drop-in: Friday 7 May, Monday 10 May, Wednesday 12 May and Monday 17 May at 13:00-14:00.
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It is also possible to book us for a presentation with your student organisation or nation. Send us a booking request at email@example.com.