There are many opportunities to study or intern abroad. Although not an exhaustive or comprehensive list, the links below provide students interested in pursuing such opportunities with a starting point.
The competition for U.S. Fulbright Scholar awards to Central Europe, the Baltics, Southeastern Europe, the Balkans, and Eurasia is now open. Applications for the 2014-15 academic year are currently being accepted from all levels of faculty and professionals, including early career.
We are soliciting applications for a broad range of awards; the list below is only a sample of the approx. 125 different types of awards offered in 24 countries in the region.
EUROPEAN UNION Fulbright-Schuman European Union Affairs Program
ALBANIA Social Sciences/Social Work/Law
BULGARIA Public Policy, Public Administration
ESTONIA Arts, Film and Crafts
LATVIA Music, Dance
ROMANIA Social Sciences
UKRAINE Journalism, Communications
Applicants must be U.S. citizens and hold a Ph.D. or appropriate professional/terminal degree at the time of application. The application deadline is August 1, 2013.
In addition, All Disciplines awards are available in all countries in Europe and Eurasia and can be a good option if no discipline-focused award matches your expertise. Please visit the 2014-15 Catalog of Awards at http://catalog.cies.org/ to learn more about the opportunities available in this year's competition. For most awards, English is sufficient for teaching and foreign language proficiency is only needed to the extent required by a proposed research project.
For eligibility factors, detailed application guidelines and review criteria, please follow the link http://www.cies.org/us_scholars/us_awards/. You may also wish to register for one of our webinars at http://www.cies.org/Webinar/ or to join our online community, My Fulbright, a resource center for applicants interested in the program. Please also note that for the current competition significant enhancements will be implemented to programs in the Baltics, the Balkans and Eurasia. You may take a glance at the improvements at: http://www.cies.org/news/award-highlights.htm.
The Academy of Young Diplomats (AYD) is a highly competitive, 8-session diplomatic program held in Warsaw, Poland, which brings together the best and brightest students and young graduates from over 20 countries. This engaging, practical experience complements the excellent curricula offered by your institution and allows students to develop their soft skills and apply theoretical knowledge, while also building their professional networks.
The European Academy of Diplomacy (EAD) is a non-for-profit, nongovernmental institution with over 12 years’ experience in educating future leaders, which today include over 5,000 alumni from over 50 countries. Many graduates from the EAD have successfully passed the European Personnel Selection Office (EPSO) exams, and have gone on to work for European institutions, but also other international organizations such as the United Nations, Council of Europe or the World Bank. We are proud to say that a number of our former students also work in Ministries of Foreign Affairs and a variety of public institutions of their respective countries.
Application deadline: 31 July 2016
More information can be found here
International School of Polish Language and Culture in Krakow polishcourse.org
POLISH COURSES in KRAKOW
Course dates for 2013:
SPRING: from 5.05, 19.05, 2.06, 16.06
FALL: from 22.09, 6.10, 20.10, 3.11, 17.11, 1.12
The fee of 390 Euros includes:
_ Five* 45-minute lessons daily, at between 5 and 7 different levels (including beginners),
plus one consultation hour;
_ Accommodation in double rooms in private houses or flats; a single room available
for additional 50 Euros; a separate flat for additional 150 Euros.
from 30.06, 14.07, 28.07, 11.08, 25.08, 8.09
The fee of 420 Euros includes:
Five* 45-minute lessons daily and accommodation (see above)
as well as additional cultural program:
_ guided tour of Old Krakow;
_ welcome and farewell parties;
_ one-day trip to the mountains;
_ Polish folk dance workshop, evening concerts and other events.
* When smaller groups are formed, the number of daily lessons may be reduced (more details on our website).
The courses last 2 weeks. It is possible to enroll in
several consecutive sessions or course weeks all year long.
Discounts for students and unemployed up to the age of 26 as well as
for participants who enroll in two or more consecutive two-week sessions.
For registration details, please consult our website or contact us by phone, fax or e-mail.
International School of Polish Language, ul. Bronowicka 58/5, 30-091 Kraków, Poland
Tel.: 00 48/12/638 08 69 (8 a.m. to 2 p.m. CET), Tel./Fax: 00 48/12/638 36 70
www.polishcourse.org E-MAIL: email@example.com
Atlantic and Continental Approaches to Energy Security
Summer School, Telc, Czech Republic, August 3-10, 2013
The Department of International Relations and European Studies, Faculty of Social Studies, Masaryk University together with our partners is happy to announce the summer school on energy security. The second year of the prestigious summer school takes place in the UNESCO World Heritage City of Telc and building on the success of the previous year the summer school will be concerned with highly topical issue of Atlantic and Continental Approaches to Energy Security.
The summer school will be held from August 3 to August 10 and will host various foreign and Czech energy security experts. Among the lecturers are John P. Banks (The Brookings Institution, USA), Vaclav Bartuska, (Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Czech Republic), Dana Drabova (Chairwoman, State Nuclear Safety Authority of the Czech Republic), Arunas Molis (NATO Energy Security Centre of Excellence, Lithuania), Silvia Haufe (German Transmission System Operator 50Hertz Transmission GmbH) and many others.
The summer school will last six full working days, based on an intensive residential program. Each day will have a selected topic and will consist of several lectures comparing the management of selected energy security related questions from the U.S. perspective with that of the European Union states. A day-long field trip to the Temelin Nuclear Power Station belongs to the vital part of the interesting and busy schedule of the summer school.
Students can earn 4 ECTS credits if all the requirements are fulfilled.
For more information, please visit www.summer-school.cz
SUMMER SCHOOL ON ENERGY SECURITY
Telc, Czech Republic, August 3 – 10, 2013
The Department of International Relations and European Studies, Faculty of Social Studies, Masaryk University together with our partners is happy to announce the summer school on energy security. The second year of this prestigious summer school takes place in the UNESCO World Heritage City of Telc and building on the success of the previous year the summer school will be dealing with highly topical issue of Atlantic and Continental Approaches to Energy Security.
The summer school will be held from August 3 to August 10 and will host various foreign and Czech energy security experts. Among the lecturers are John P. Banks (The Brookings Institution, USA), Vaclav Bartuska, (Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Czech Republic), Dana Drabova (Chairwoman, State Nuclear Safety Authority of the Czech Republic), Arunas Molis (NATO Energy Security Centre of Excellence, Lithuania),Silvia Haufe (German Transmission System Operator 50Hertz Transmission GmbH) and many others.
The summer school will last six full working days, based on an intensive residential program. Each day will evolve around certain selected topic and will consist of several lectures comparing the management of energy security related questions from the U.S. perspective with that of the European Union states.
A day-long field trip to the Temelin Nuclear Power Station is substantial part of the interesting and busy schedule of the summer school.
Students can earn 4 ECTS credits if all the requirements are fulfilled.
For more information, please visit http://www.summer-school.cz/ or Facebook profile athttp://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/Summer-School-Energy-Security/373912589300416
Tomas Vlcek, Summer School Manager
Transitions (Prague, Czech Republic) www.tol.org
Area of Internship: Editorial Assistant
Transitions (TOL) is an international publishing and media development organization based in Prague and registered as a Czech nonprofit organization. Our mission is to improve the professionalism, independence, and impact of the news media in the post-communist countries of Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union. Since its founding in 1999, TOL's flagship publication, TOL Magazine (www.tol.org), has become the leading newsmagazine covering its patch of territory. TOL has correspondents and other contributors in every country of the region. As a public-service media entity we are committed to using local voices to provide probing, informed coverage of these countries. Training journalists in post-communist Europe and Central Asia has also been a key part of TOL's mission from the outset. From our early emphasis on online, on-the-job training for young reporters, we have expanded into organizing specialized seminars for the region's journalists on a variety of themes, such as covering EU integration, war crimes, diversity, reconciliation, and corruption.
This internship provides an introduction to newsmagazine journalism and foreign reporting.
Internship responsibilities could include:
• Writing items for our daily news roundup;
• Editing contributions by non-native journalists from our coverage region;
• Monitoring our media partners and news agencies for items of interest;
• Conducting general and targeted research to enhance TOL's content;
• Helping to develop more new media and multimedia content;
• Locating photos for use with TOL content;
• Writing background and feature articles for TOL’s website;
• Posting stories on our content management system; and
• Creating timelines or other graphics to accompany some of our stories.
All of the following would help in the performance of this internship, but are not required: journalism experience (writing and/or editing); experience with new media (i.e. blogging/social networks); regional knowledge of Central and Eastern Europe, the Balkans, and/or the former Soviet Union. We don't require any language skills, but any knowledge of languages of our coverage region, especially Russian, would be very welcome.
The Editorial Assistant Intern would work closely with TOL's editorial team, gaining valuable experience at a respected international publication.
Stipend: None, although interns are permitted to attend one of TOL's journalism training courses free of charge, which is a $1,500 value.
Schedule: TBD - start date of late May or early June, minimum duration of 6-8 weeks.
Area of Internship: Development/Fundraising Assistant
Transitions (TOL) is an international publishing and media development organization based in Prague and registered as a Czech nonprofit organization. Our mission is to improve the professionalism, independence, and impact of the news media in the post-communist countries of Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union. Since its founding in 1999, TOL's flagship publication, TOL Magazine (www.tol.org), has become the leading newsmagazine covering its patch of territory. TOL has correspondents and other contributors in every country of the region. As a public-service media entity we are committed to using local voices to provide probing, informed coverage of these countries. Training journalists in post-communist Europe and Central Asia has also been a key part of TOL's mission from the outset. The organization also runs a wide range of donor-funded projects across the region designed to boost the independence of the media and the impact of civic activism. A selection of the projects can be viewed at: http://www.tol.org/client/current-projects/.
Please send a CV and cover letter to: <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
Area of Internship: Business/Marketing Assistant
Transitions (TOL) is an international publishing and media development organization based in Prague and registered as a Czech non-profit organization. TOL's mission is to improve the professionalism, independence, and impact of the news media in the 29 post communist countries of Central and Eastern Europe, the Balkans, and the former Soviet Union. Since its founding in 1999, TOL's flagship publication, Transitions Online, has become the leading news magazine covering Central and Eastern Europe, the Balkans, and the former Soviet Union. The organization also runs a wide range of donor-funded projects across the region designed to boost the independence of the media and the impact of civic activism. A selection of the projects can be viewed at: http://www.tol.org/client/current-projects/.
This internship provides an introduction to business and marketing practices at an international publisher and training institution, as well as insights into social business and social entrepreneurship.
Internship responsibilities include assisting on sales and marketing of training courses and Transitions Online magazine, as well as other products such as e-books and special reports. Interns will play a
significant role in:
• designing sales campaigns for magazine and training courses;
• searching for new business;
• executing sales and marketing campaigns (both via personal contact and creating/distributing promotional material), including through social media;
• updating sales records and customer databases;
• analyzing campaigns;
• processing sales orders;
• liaising with both potential and existing customers; and
• researching for new clients (creating and updating lists).
Previous experience in a business/marketing position is an advantage but not a requirement. We don't require any language skills, but any knowledge of languages of our coverage region, especially Russian, would be very welcome.
Stipend: None, although interns are permitted to attend one of TOL's journalism training courses free of charge, which is a $1,500 value.
Schedule: TBD - start date of late May or early June, minimum duration of 6-8 weeks.
Please send a CV and cover letter to: email@example.com
Warsaw East European Conference
University of Warsaw
July 15-18 2013
Call for Papers: Across the Borders
Deadline for Paper Proposal: April 15, 2013
All matters concerning the conference are handled by the Internet Registration System, found at: http://www.studium.edu.pl/weec/ .
Registration is open from the 1st of February, 2013.
Please address all questions to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Centre for East European Studies of the University of Warsaw (STUDIUM EURO PY WSCHODNIEJ UW) is organizing the Warsaw East European Conference, Tenth Anniversary Session, to be held in Warsaw, July 15-18, 2013. THE WARSAW EAST EURO PEAN CONFERENCE will be held under the distinguished patronage of the Rector Magnificus of the University of Warsaw, Professor Marcin Pałys. THE PURPOSE and the main focus of the Warsaw East European Conference 2013 will be put on exploration of common issues around social and political life, transformation in politics and policies, in economics, partnership of post-communist countries, international relations, law system, as well as the peoples’ state of mind, transformations in culture, everyday life and common views. It builds upon the highly successful meetings where educators, researchers, experts and students on several sides of the border are engaged in rich and productive dialogue regarding the latest history of the region.
APPLICATION FORMS & PAPER PROPOSALS
APPLICATION FORMS as well as PAPER PROPOSAL FORMS, ABSTRACT SUBMISSION
AND ACCOMMODATION ISSUES are handled by the Internet Registration System
found at: www.studium.uw.edu.pl/weec. Please follow instructions found on the site
in filling in the correct forms. Please note that participants with individual papers will
be brought together into panel groups.
THE PAPER PROPOSALS, full papers and their abstracts must be written in English.
However, in exceptional cases, the Conference organizers will allow some presentations
in the panels to be delivered in Polish, on condition that a comprehensive written
summary or the entire text in English is made available to the audience and the
organizers. The Programme board (email@example.com) must be informed
earlier (no less than 1 month in advance).
We are ready to consider other subjects of presentation broadly reflecting the main
theme of the Conference. Panels may be proposed under these conditions:
1. the theme of the panel has to reflect the main theme of the Conference,
2. the applicant proposing the panel must guarantee 3 - 4 participants,
3. the applicant or one of the participants has to be the Chair of the proposed panel.
Furthermore, if the conditions are fulfilled, a discussant can also be assigned to the
Proposals are to be submitted directly to the secretary of Programme board on
THE CONFERENCE will be held in the Old University Library building at the
University of Warsaw historical main campus, in the historical centre of Warsaw,
at 26/28, Krakowskie Przedmieście Street.
THE CONFERENCE will begin on Monday, July 15 at 11 AM, and end on Thursday
July 18 at 6 PM, 2013. Further information concerning schedules will be delivered to
registered participants by email and the registration system.
For 2013 we have prepared the following summer schools:
29 June – 6 July 2013
6-13 July 2013
Summer Schools will take place in Prague, Czech Republic
We invite you to visit our website www.praguesummerschools.org to discover the details about the upcoming programs. The website will direct you to the individual page of each summer program containing information on academics, logistics, photos, alumni feedback, guidelines to application process, and online application.
We also suggest students to submit their applications to Prague Summer Schools 2013 by Early Bird Application Deadline of April 30, 2013. The Final Deadline is May 15, 2013. Should you have any questions regarding the Prague Summer Schools or application process, please do not hesitate to contact us at:
Prague Summer Schools 2012
Center for Public Policy
190 11 Prague 9
Tel: +420 739 569 045
Research Assistant Programme
The NATO Parliamentary Assembly usually employs ten paid Research Assistants from NATO member and Associate nations each year. In general, five of these start in late January and finish in early June. The second group starts in August and finishes in late November or early-December.
Candidates from both NATO member countries and NATO Associate countriesare welcome to apply for the Research Assistant Programme.
Every effort is made to assess applications objectively, but many factors must be taken into account. These include the need for a regional balance among participants in the programme. Consequently, it is rare to select two candidates from the same nation for the same intake.
Due to the large number of applicants,only candidates selected to participate will be contacted. The names of those selected will be published on this website.
All applications from candidates with the appropriate qualifications are placed on a list for consideration. Their names remain on the list for consideration for about twelve months. Candidates are requested to inform the Assembly if they cease to be available to take up a position during that time.
Candidates must possess a first degree and a Master's degree (or equivalent) in Political Science, International Relations or related subjects (backgrounds government or policy research institutions).
Preference will be given to candidates whohave recently completed their Master's degree. Ph.D. candidates and those who have recently completed their doctoral work are also welcome to apply but should recognize that during their tenure with the NATO PA, their workday will be dedicated to Assembly defined projects.
The International Secretariat of the Assembly is based inBrusselsand is staffed by some 30 people from the various NATO member countries. The main task of research assistants is to contribute, at the request of Committee Directors or Senior Management, to the research necessary for the drafting of the Assembly reports and other documents. The job occasionally entails some administrative work, but most tasks are research oriented.
Research assistants are recruited for a four to five-month period with a one-month probationary period. Due to the Assembly's work schedule, research assistants are usually requested to commence work either in late January or late August. The stipend is EURO 720 net per month. The Assembly provides a spacious and recently renovated shared five-bedroom townhouse in the European quarter of Brusselsfree of charge for the Researchers, as well as a basic health insurance policy for the duration of the internship.
Candidates should be completely fluent in oral and written English and/or French. If neither is mother tongue, certified evidence of proficiency level will be required. Knowledge of other European languages is a further asset.
Applicants should provide:
a letter, indicating their areas of interest and competence,nationality, languages spoken and period of availability;
a curriculum vitæ;
two letters of recommendation from referees well acquainted with the applicant's recent work
All documents should be forwarded in one package only, either by post or by email, to the address below.
Director of the Research Assistant Programme
NATO Parliamentary Assembly
3 place du Petit Sablon
B - 1000Brussels, Belgium
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Bturn Magazine Presents Btour 2012: Off the Beaten Track & Call for Contributions
Summer Study Programs in Poland
Polish Language Courses organized by the International School of Polish Language and Culture in Cracow.
Experiencing the New Europe - a three-week international summer program in Wroclaw, Poland, supported by the International Institute for the Study of Culture and Education.
United States-Poland Parliamentary Internship Program, a six-week internship to learn about election campaigns in Poland while developing Polish language skills. Contact Director Marek S. Podhorecki for more information.
Rzeszow: Uniwersytet Polonus, contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Polonica (in Polish)
4rd School for Leaders for the Polish Community Abroad
School for Leaders for the Polish Community from North America
The project comprises a series of workshops and study visits. It is addressed to active representatives of the Polish community and Polish people living in Canada and United States. The School will be organized in Poland and conducted in English and Polish.
The School for Leaders for the Polish Community from North America will be held on:
August 27 – September 7, 2012
Applications will be considered between: July 6 and 27, 2012.
The list of participants will be published at www.szkola-liderow.pl by August 1.
The call for applications, the application form, the terms and conditions and other information concerning the School are available at http://szkola-liderow.pl/re.php
The organizers cover the cost of participation in the program and provide accommodation and boarding for the participants. An amount of PLN 1,700 per participant will also be assigned in the form of partial travel cost reimbursement. Individuals chosen to participate in the project must sign the “Participation Terms and Conditions" and take part in all the components of the School for Leaders for the Polish Community Abroad.
School for Leaders program
The program of the School for Leaders for the Polish Community Abroad focuses on activities supporting the development of participants’ leadership skills and strengthening their bond with Poland as well as on forming civic attitudes. It is also aimed at developing skills related to establishing cooperation with other activists and Polish community organizations among the participants. The School for Leaders for the Polish Community from North America will last 12 days. It will involve a series of workshops, study visits, lectures and meetings with politicians, social activists as well as science and culture representatives. Group discussions and Oxford-style debates will also be organized. Workshops and discussions will be held in English and Polish while lectures and meetings with politicians and activists will be subject to interpretation.
The School program consists of three principal components:
workshops and training sessions developing leadership skills
The program of the workshops was established following the recruitment procedure to ensure that it is maximally adjusted to the group-specific needs. Workshops in three leadership areas are to be provided: debating, establishing cooperation with organizations as well as project management and planning.
The program was prepared and will be implemented by professional coaches from the School for Leaders Association’s Coach Team
study visits, lectures and meetings
Lectures and meetings with politicians, public and cultural institution representatives, scientists, artists, NGO activists, business representatives and young Polish activists will be organized within the School’s premises as well as during study visits.
Study visits are to allow the participants to get to know the country and to present the main assumptions of the project. The participants will visit places of cultural heritage related to modern Polish historical events.
The subjects to be discussed during lectures, meetings and study visits include:
The most recent Polish historical events – political transformation and its consequences
The development of self-government in Poland
The Polish economic, social and political situation
NGO activity in Poland
Engaging people into action
Bottom-up cultural and social initiatives
Civil society development in Poland
National identity among Polish community representatives
Polish institutions and NGOs supporting or cooperating with the Polish community abroad
Cooperation possibilities between Polish community organizations and entities based in Poland
Leadership in the public and social domains
Promoting knowledge about Poland across its borders
The School will host 30 representatives of the Polish community from Canada and United States. Throughout the School the participants will be in contact with their respective supervisors, also called Assistants. Assistants will be responsible for: communicating the programme of the School and plans for subsequent days to the participants, explaining any arising doubts, conducting evening meetings to sum up each day, active participation in study visits. In addition, the participants will have interpreter services at their disposal.
The project will be supervised and coordinated by: Magda Mazur and Pawel Cieslak.
Applications are to be submitted to the following address: email@example.com
4th School for Leaders for the Polish Community Abroad coordinators:
Magdalena Mazur Magdalena Kolodziejczyk
The project is financed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Poland.
Other Summer Study Programs
European Academy of Diplomacy: Congressional-Parliamentary Fellowship Program
The Department of State’s Title VIII program is offering support for the study of Balkan languages at Arizona State University and its study-abroad programs in summer 2012.
Fellowships cover travel, housing, and program expenses for graduate students in ASU’s 7-week Critical Languages Institute and its 4-week overseas programs in Sarajevo, Tirana, and Ohrid. Both components are tuition free.
Albanian (Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced Mastery)
BCS (Beginner, Intermediate)
Macedonian (Beginner, Advanced)
June 4–July 20 in Phoenix, July 23–August 17 in the Balkans
The Prague Summer Schools are seven-day academic programs designed to bring together undergraduate and graduate students of various nationalities and academic backgrounds to enjoy their summer holidays in the unique academic and cultural environment.
We invite you to visit our website www.praguesummerschools.org to discover the details about the upcoming programs. The website contains detailed information on academic content, guidelines to application process including on-line application, practicalities, photos and alumni feedback.
We also suggest students to submit their applications to Prague Summer Schools by Early Bird Application Deadline of April 30, 2012. The Final Deadline is May 15, 2012.
Should you have any questions regarding the Prague Summer Schools or application process, please do not hesitate to contact us at:
Prague Summer Schools 2013
Center for Public Policy
190 11 Prague 9
Tel: +420 737 679 605
CIEE Study Abroad: Russian
By studying abroad with CIEE, students can continue study in their major while living and learning in an Russian language environment. Through language seminars, direct enrollment options, and cultural excursions, students make the most of their experience both in and out of the classroom. CIEE offers the following Russian language programs:
- Language courses that accommodate different levels of language proficiency, especially beginning and intermediate Russian language students
- Three overnight field trips that take place on the weekend each semester: Moscow, Novgorod, and other regional destinations such as the Pskov region or Tallinn, Estonia
- An intensive language program, designed for students with two years of college-level Russian who wish to improve their proficiency with the Russian language
- Host family stays provide maximum linguistic and cultural immersion
- Gain insight into Russian history, politics, business, and culture through courses taught in English; begin or continue your Russian language studies
- Cultural activities include excursions to places of educational, cultural, and historic significance, while still allowing some time for students to explore the sites on their own
- An intensive language program designed for students with 4 semesters of college-level Russian who wish to improve their proficiency with the Russian language
- The Sobesedniki program pairs participants with local students for a variety of language and cultural exchange activities
For more detailed information on these programs, as well as others, please visit our website at www.ciee.org/study-abroad/russian.
You can also receive more information by speaking with the CIEE Institutional Representative for your area. Click here to contact the representative for your institution. If you would like to order advising materials, please visit the Publications Center and download an order form, or contact us by phone at 1.800.40.STUDY and we’d be happy to place an order for you.
The Russian Overseas Flagship Program
Russian Overseas Flagship Program, an essential component of The Language Flagship, prepares U.S. students to be able to communicate in Russian at the highest levels of functional proficiency. The Program offers about twenty hours per week of intensive language training and tutoring as well ascontent courses for credit or audit in any major at St. Petersburg State University
alongside Russian students. The Program features focused instruction in small groups (5-6 students), classrooms equipped with SMART Boards, and acomprehensive textbook specially designed for Flagship students by Americanand Russian second language acquisition specialists. Each student is
assisted by a peer tutor. Two administrative staff provide 24/7 onsite logistical support to students. All participants receive academic credit through Bryn Mawr College.
Russian Overseas Flagship enhances its curriculum through a careful combination of classroom instruction with language immersion outside of the academic program. The Program includes bi-weekly guided excursions in and around St. Petersburg, and discussion clubs. All students complete at least one semester-long internship (one day per week) with local government and business organizations, charity foundations, NGOs, and cultural institutions. Finally, all students live with Russian host families where they can become fully immersed in the language, culture, and cuisine of Russia.
American Councils is able to provide partial financial aid to qualified participants, thanks to significant grant support from The Language Flagship,the U.S. Department of Education (Fulbright-Hays) and the U.S. Department of State (Title VIII). In addition, many students also apply for Boren
Awards and other academic grants to study on Russian Overseas Flagship Program.
For more information and application form, please contact:
American Councils for International Education:
International Summer Program 2012, Sommerhochschule of the University of Vienna
#The International Summer Program 2012 will take place from July 14th to August 11th, 2012.
The four week program offers high level European Studies courses in the morning and German Language courses in the afternoon.
The European Studies courses are held in English and focus on the emerging New Europe. They cover political, economic, and legal, but also historical and cultural aspects of the multiple transformations the continent is currently undergoing.
More information about the Sommerhochschule and the International Summer Program can be found at www.univie.ac.at/sommerhochschule
For further information or special requests please contact the Program Coordinator, Ms. Nina Gruber, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Summer Language Program in Russian
Since 1983 the Center for Language Studies (CLS) at Beloit College has offered students a unique opportunity to achieve a year's worth of college-level language training in just eight weeks. Excellent faculty, small class sizes that allow for individual attention, and twenty-six hours of classroom instruction per week in a beautiful residential environment provide an immersive approach to learning that encourages students to focus exclusively on the target language and culture.
For graduate students who receive FLAS funding, the Center for Language Studies will provide an additional grant which will cover the remaining portion of tuition.
Details about dates and fees for summer 2012 may be found at
Institute for Peace and Dialogue – IPD
International Summer Academy on Peacebuilding & Intercultural Dialogue
1-11 September 2013, Vienna, Austria
The International Summer Academy will be held in English.
IPD is very glad to call interested participants for its first International Summer Academy in Peacebulding & Intercultural Dialogue, which is going to be held in the middle of Europe, Vienna. The main goal of the summer academy is to support institutional academic peace education and strengthen peacebuilding skills and intercultural dialogue of international society. Within the international summer academy we plan to include different workshops, lectures, presentations, interactive group works, brainstorming on conflict places, mediation operations and peace negotiation activities as well as case studies on ongoing-fragile conflicts in the world (depends experts availability).
Beside the academic-educational side a huge cultural programme every day after the courses is planned. As an opportunity to learn the international atmosphere better, an international evening will be organized, where a cultural presentation with several traditional foods, meals, drinks, fruit/dry fruit, sweets, national songs, souvenirs, traditional dress etc. of different countries is thought.
PARTICIPATION & DEADLINE
There are no age or country limits for the application. Requested documents (see below) for application has to be sent till the 25th of May 2013 to email@example.com
1. Completed application form
2. CV & and passport page (only photo page)
NOTE: When you send your application Please, name the filled documents as “NAME” “SURNAME” “COUNTRY”
Registration fee is 1550 Euro (date of receipt is determining)
What is included in the program fee?
- Accommodation (Double Room) with Wi-Fi,
- 3 times meal & 2 times coffee-break,
- Hiring of the conference room & expenses of experts
- Distribution of promotional-educational training materials & welcome package (notebooks, pens, name tags and etc.),
- Intercultural day, city visit & local transport ticket for trip in Vienna during the event period.
What is not included in the program fee?
International travel and travel related expenses (visa and insurance) is not included in the participation fee.
For transfer of participation fee:
Address: Landstrasse 76, 1030 Vienna, Austria
Please note that in case of your request for cancellation after submission, a €200 will be deducted from your payment for administrative charges.
Participants will stay at double rooms in Kolpinghaus Wien Zentral Betriebsges.m.b.H. which situated in the centre of Vienna. For more information on accommodation please look at www.kolping-wienzentral.at
Contact Person for sending application documents
Director of IPD
Institute for Peace & Dialogue, IPD
Address: Apostelgasse 17/20, Wien, Austria
Tel.: +43 6604947601