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The Hague UAS invites you to attend their summer school programme

Announcements Programmes 23 February 2015, 10:25

The Summer School at The Hague University of Applied Sciences in the Netherlands is a cutting-edge two or four week modular course running between July 6th and 31st. The course looks at solving global issues, such as poverty, pollution, and economic crises, through connecting the public and private sectors.

Students of The Hague University Summer School in 2014The Summer School at The Hague University of Applied Sciences in the Netherlands is a cutting-edge two or four week modular course running between July 6th and 31st. The course looks at solving global issues, such as poverty, pollution, and economic crises, through connecting the public and private sectors.

Gain practical skills

The course curriculum consists of general and elective modules (1 or 2 of each, depending on the chosen course option). The main goal of all of the tracks is to provide students with hands-on knowledge and skills that they can apply directly in their jobs. As a university of applied sciences, The Hague UAS has extensive experience in this field, applying a practically-oriented approach to education through problem-solving seminars, individual and group projects, debates, games, and other exercises.

Challenging global issues are analysed through the eyes of various specialists like engineers, entrepreneurs, politicians, and security professionals. By looking at problems through multiple perspectives, students can see a more complete picture and can find the most optimal solutions.

Learn from other nationalities

The Hague University studentsThe Hague’s international environment is another key component of this course. Over 130 international organisations, as well as 80 justice organisations, including the International Criminal Court, the International Court of Justice, Europol, and many others, are headquartered in the Hague.

Students and lecturers come to the Hague University from all over the world. The Summer School programme offers them the opportunity to interact with various people to discuss and analyse some of the most important world-wide problems through different cultural and professional points of view.

The inspiring combination of a practically-oriented education, an interdisciplinary approach, and the international learning environment create a course which can contribute to the professional and personal growth of anyone.

Why attend The Hague Summer School?

  1. Its location. The Hague is the United Nations City of Peace, Justice and Security. With over 300 international organisations, companies, and NGOs, it is a place where valuable experience and innovative practices are constantly offered.
  2. The learning environment. A unique combination of students and lecturers with a variety of cultural and professional backgrounds take part in the programme.
  3. Low tuition fee. The 4-week and 2-week options at the Hague Summer School cost €2,998 and €1,499, respectively, and include all living and study expenses (except books).
  4. Social programme. Students will have the opportunity to visit well-known European institutions such as the Peace Palace, the International Criminal Court, and many others.
  5. Making new friends. It is always beneficial to create new connections, both personal and professional. This is especially the case when living abroad and meeting new people which can help broaden your horizons.

For more information, please visit “The Hague Summer School” section on The Hague UAS website.

How to apply?

It’s easy! Just follow a few simple steps on the Hague UAS’s website:

Apply for the Hague Summer School

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