Utrecht Network summer schools are, in principle, a joint activity of Utrecht Network members. The international Utrecht Network summer schools are organised by a consortium of Utrecht Network members, taught by staff from different Utrecht network members. An international particpation is guaranteed. Students of several Utrecht Network universities and the American MAUI network and Australian AEN network participate in these summer schools.
2014 Utrecht Network Summer Schools
University of Hull Professional English Summer Schoool (30 June - 11 July 2014)
The summer school is a programme of Academic English for postgraduate students (post doctoral and doctoral) and newly qualified academic staff (who have been appointed to their positions within the last 24 months). There is one place on the summer school guaranteed per Utrecht Network institution. The summer school will take place from Monday 30 June – Friday 11 July 2014. There is a fee for participants (€450) which includes accommodation costs.
The deadline for applications is Thursday 1 May 2014, and registration forms should be sent directly to the Programme Leader, Campbell McPherson (email@example.com). Further details are available here.
Hidden Libraries Summer School (30 June - 11 July 2014)
Hosted by the University of Graz, this school deals with the accessibility of historical libraries and the preservation of European heritage. The programme attracts many disciplines and is open for all levels of study. Further details can be found here. The deadline for registrations is 15 May 2014 and registration forms should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
Liberty, Equality, Fraternity Summer School (7 -18 July 2014)
The LEF summer school is a joint initiative of the Utrecht Network and recognised as an intensive programme under the Erasmus scheme. The summer school will take place in Utrecht, the Netherlands between 7-18 July. Further information on the summer school and how to apply can be found here.
Utrecht Network Hopitality Fund
Each school (and there is a maximum of 3 per year) can use up to 30 grants of € 250 each per year (this is based on the number of full UN member institutions).
Each school (preferably its academic committee) decides on the allocation of the grants in a transparent manner:
- One student per institution has priority based on performance (and other reasons applicable for the purpose of the school).
- If no students apply from a specific UN institution, this un-used grant can be used for students from other member universities ranked lower than first. They will then be given to students from other UN member institutions where more than one student applied.
- The body who ranks the students (preferably the academic committee), allocates the grant with the consent of their home institution. Schools therefore first have to communicate with the UN home institution of the student selected before they contact the students. However, in case of disagreement between the school’s decision and the recommendation of the student’s home institution the final decision lies with the school.
- Once the students have started with the school, the school claims the HP funding for participants at the UN secretariat through the Task Force Summer schools.
More summer schools at Utrecht Network universities
Universities in the Utrecht Network organise a wide range of summer schools. You can find a selection of the summer schools organised by individual members of the Utrecht Network in the database 'Utrecht Network Degree Programmes and Summer Schools in Europe'.