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Summer Schools 2018

Summer University Cultural Property Protection 2018

This year’s Summer University Cultural Property Protection focusses on structures, skills and procedures for the rescue of our cultural heritage. The week is part of the EU Interreg Central Europe project ProteCHt2save, which focusses on developing strategies to save our common cultural heritage in times of climate change induced natural catastrophes, especially floods and fire due to drought.
The one-week summer university allows students and experts to develop together the ideal model of a Cultural Heritage Rescue Team (CHRT) to be implemented in every country wishing to do so. Different working groups will deal with the structure and organisation of CHRTs as well as the skills and knowledge of the operators. In addition, short training sequences will focus on emergency evacuation and working in a crisis action staff.
Facts:

 

Contact: Danube University Krems, Department for Building and Environment,  Krems, AUSTRIA, +43(0)2732 893-2662, zkgsdonau-uni.ac.at, Mag. Dr. Anna Maria Kaiser, Tel.: +43 / 2732 / 893 - 2662, anna.kaiserdonau-uni.ac.at

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The one-week summer university allows students and experts to develop together the ideal model of a Cultural Heritage Rescue Team (CHRT) to be implemented in every country wishing to do so. Different working groups will deal with the structure and organisation of CHRTs as well as the skills and knowledge of the operators. In addition, short training sequences will focus on emergency evacuation and working in a crisis action staff.
Facts:
-             Venue: Monastery of Melk, Austria
-             Date: August 27 to September 1 2018
-             No participation fees
-             For mandatory registration and further information: https://www.donau-uni.ac.at/de/department/bauenumwelt/veranstaltungen/id/26100/index.php
-             For rooms in the monastery please contact us directly
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Contact: Danube University Krems, Department for Building and Environment,  Krems, AUSTRIA, +43(0)2732 893-2662, zkgs@donau-uni.ac.at, Mag. Dr. Anna Maria Kaiser, Tel.: +43 / 2732 / 893 - 2662, anna.kaiser@donau-uni.ac.at</output>

Summer school in Lapland University of Applied Sciences

Lapland University of Applied Sciences is organising Arctic Business Summer School this year in Rovaniemi, Finland. The summer school will be held for 4 weeks in August, 2018 on the topic of International Business and Innovations in the Arctic.

The summer school will be implemented in two phases: first two weeks full-time learning, guest lecturers, workshops and seminars in Rovaniemi, Finland and two-day study tour in Finnish Lapland region.

The two following weeks studies are conducted online: instructions, supervised teamwork and tasks are performed in virtual learning environment and it can be done from anywhere in the world. Through intensive four week studying programme students can earn 10 ECTS.

During the four weeks students will be able to obtain valuable knowledge on the Arctic from economical, geopolitical, cultural, social and environmental point of view. We will also implement Creative Steps 2.0 teaching method where students in small teams will go through an innovation process. We have local companies as commissionaires to provide the cases, however students are welcome to work on their own business ideas.

The language of instruction is English.

The application period closes on the 30th April 2018. Application can be submitted via the application form on our website: https://arcticsummerschool.com/

Arctic Business Summer School

When?  6 August – 31 August 2018

Where? Rovaniemi, Lapland University of Applied Sciences, Finland, School of Business and Culture

Selected participants are a subject of a 800 EUR fee.

The fee entitles the students to the following benefits:

  • 10 ECTS study programme, all learning events (course materials, lectures, workshops, moderated company visits, certificate upon completion)
  • Organised two days study trip to discover Finnish Lapland and Arctic wilderness. Transportation and one night accommodation in traditional Finnish cottage are included in the fee.
  • Building Arctic Network Seminar
  • Visit to Santa Claus village and organised free-time activities in the nature of Lapland

Website: https://arcticsummerschool.com/

SUMMER SCHOOL IN MODERN COMPUTING PARADIGMS FOR INFORMATION SECURITY

The Summer School will be held 9 - 20 July 2018 at our School of Informatics, Communications and Media in Hagenberg.

This Summer School gives you an excellent opportunity to enhance your knowledge on Modern Computing Paradigms for Information Security and at the same time explore Upper Austria, meet new people, and expand your network internationally. You can earn 6 ECTS for this summer school.

We are inviting Master's students from partner universities with a Bachelor Degree in Computer Science to join us for this international event!

Students from partner institutions are free of charge! Students who are not from a partner university have to pay a tuition fee in the amount of 350€ (for both weeks).

All students have to bear the costs for housing and travelling costs, lunches are not included.

For application please write an e-mail to internationalfh-hagenberg.at - you will then receive a registration link. Application deadline is May 20.

In addition to lectures, workshops and laboratory tutorials, our programme will include site visits and two days filled with social and cultural activities.

We are looking forward to receiving your applications!

The International Office Hagenberg