Summer courses for applicants from Belarus, Russia and Ukraine
The Swedish Institute Visby Program funds summer courses on different topics for candidates from these countries.
The summer courses are open to three groups of applicants: students with at least three years of university studies, upper secondary school teachers (under 35 years of age) and PhD students and younger university teachers (under 35 years of age). Applicants must be citizens of Belarus, Russia or Ukraine.
Information about the courses and how to apply is available at the links below. The deadline for all applications is April 15, 2010.
Please note that you may only apply to one course and that previous participants of the Swedish Institute Summer University are not eligible to apply.
The Swedish Institute cannot respond to any questions regarding the courses and admission. All available information can be found at the links below.
Courses for students from Belarus, Russia and Ukraine:
Folkuniversitetet and University of Gothenburg: Sustainable Development in the Baltic Region — August 16 to August 27, 2010
Lund University: Gender Issues, Equality and Swedish Society — June 21 to July 7, 2010
Svefi Academy: The Open Society — Sweden as an example, HR in Sweden and Swedish involvement in HR issues in the World — August 15 to 29, 2010
Course aimed at upper secondary school teachers (under 35 years of age) from Belarus, Russia and Ukraine:
Uppsala University, Erken Laboratory: Local and Global Impact — Environmental and Climatic Effects on Lakes as Tools in Education 2010 — August 2 to August 15, 2010
Course aimed at the PhD students and younger university teachers (under 35 years of age) from Belarus, Russia and Ukraine:
Blekinge Institute of Technology: Introduction to Strategic Sustainable Development — August 1 to August 14, 2010