DATES FOR 2019 APPLICATION:
Deadline for applications:
Ask your university's international office
Deadline for universities submitting nominations:
31 March, 2019
Admission is confirmed by:
15 April, 2019
Course dates for Chinese Politics and Society:
June 27- July 10, 2019
Course dates for Business and Innovation in China:
July 12- July 25, 2019
Every summer, Nordic Centre organizes two summer courses, each lasting two weeks and featuring a mix of lectures and excursions to professional environments such as consulates and company headquarters.
The courses are for students at member universities of Nordic Centre only; each university is allocated three places in total, and for these three the courses are tuition free.
However, the students must cover their own travel and accommodation, and pay an 800 RMB participation fee to cover participation in certain activities.
CHINESE POLITICS AND SOCIETY
Thursday, June 27, to Wednesday, July 10, 2019
Main instructor, 2019:
TBD: A Nordic Scholar from our member university with a solid background of Political Science
Besides the main instructor, you will interact with a range of other academics and professionals during the course. See 2018 Program for reference.
See a video about Chinese Politics and Society.
BUSINESS AND INNOVATION IN CHINA
Friday, July 12 to Thursday, July 25, 2019
Main instructor, 2019:
Besides lectures from the main instructor, you will interact with a range of different business people and academics. See 2018 program for reference.
See a video about Business and Innovation in China.
ABOUT BOTH COURSES
You can apply by contacting the international office (or similar unit) at your home university, if your university is a member. The Chinese Politics and Society course is intended for undergrad students (bachelor's level), while the Business and Innovation in China course is for postgrad students (master's level). You can apply to either course regardless of your major, but the difficulty of the course will naturally be higher if you are not already somewhat acquainted with the academic field at hand.
Each member university is allocated three places in total at these courses, which have a total of about 35 participants each. There is no tuition fee, but participating students must pay 800 RMB in a participation fee to cover various expenses, plus their own travel and accommodation. Upon completion of a paper after the course, students are granted 5 ECTS academic credits.
Member institutions are responsible for handling applications for their own students, and must submit their chosen candidates to Nordic Centre by mid-March of that calendar year.
If you wish to help spread word of these courses at your university, you can use the course presentations linked to above.