University of Pardubice Summer School in the Czech Republic

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University of Pardubice Summer School in the Czech Republic (Full Scholarship)

Deadline: April 30, 2019

Applications are open for the summer school in the Czech Republic. The summer school in Europe will take place at the University of Pardubice and the course runs from July 7th, 2019 to August 6th, 2019. The University of Pardubice Summer School is offering 28 scholarships. The 2019 Scholarships will cover study, accommodation, and meals.

Spend this summer in the heart of Europe! Study “Smart Governance”, or “Life is Chemistry”, while meeting new friends and making your 2019 summer one to remember.

The Progran

Each day follows this basic schedule:

  • breakfast
  • 2 – 2.5 hour study period
  • lunch
  • group activities (field trips, sports, games, etc)
  • dinner
  • free time

In addition, there will be weekend field trips to Karlštejn castle and the Czech mountains.

Life is Chemistry

The study will be divided between these main topics: chemistry, chemical technology, material science.

Smart Governance

Study material will be divided into weekly topics as follows:

  • 1st week – Meet and greet. Economics and Administration
  • 2nd week – Economics and Administration
  • 3rd week – Transportation & Healthcare
  • 4th week – Intercultural Society

Benefits

  • There are 28 full scholarships available. Scholarships cover study, acommodation and meals.
  • Accommodation: On-campus housing in the University dormitory

Eligibility

University students from all around the world who have completed one to four years of university studies. “Life is Chemistry” applicants must be pursuing a degree in Chemistry, Material Science, or Chemical Technology.

About the University

The University of Pardubice builds on an almost seventy-year long tradition of higher education in the Pardubice Region. The Chemical College (later known as the Institute of Chemical Technology) was founded in 1950 to address the needs of the East Bohemia Region, which had a highly developed chemical industry providing extensive opportunities for research in the field.

The character of the Institute notably changed after 1990: new faculties were founded, offering a wide range of study programmes, not only chemistry-related. The name – University of Pardubice – has been used since 1994, reflecting the new character of the educational institution. Based on longstanding tradition, the university is committed to making educational opportunities accessible to the diverse student population from across the Czech Republic and more than 60 countries.

Application

Fill out the application form and include a description paragraph motivation letter on the topic of “Smart Governance” or “Life is Chemistry”.

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