Erasmus Summer School: Reconfiguring Values and Knowledge for Sustainable Communities
The Summer School programme "Reconfiguring values and Knowledge for Sustainable Communities" is a three week transdisciplinary programme on sustainable communities.
The theme is explored through different disciplines from humanities, sciences, applied sciences, social sciences and draws upon resources from faculties representing diverse disciplines from Architecture, to English Literature, Geography to Law and Environmental Engineering to Forestry.
The aim of this Summer School is to enable students to develop a critical methodological approach towards issues of sustainable development both at global and local level.
This programme will compliment existing studies being undertaken in Queen's, and students on successful completion will be provided with an Erasmus 5 ECTS grade and a graduation certificate.
This Summer School is open to all graduates, undergraduates and doctoral students from Queen's. There is a limited 10 places available and the programme is highly subsidised by the EU.
For further information contact Dr Satish Kumar.
EXTENDED DEADLINE FOR QUEEN'S UNIVERSITY BELFAST STUDENTS: 28TH JUNE 2013
Erasmus Summer School Agros, Cyprus, “Sustainable Communities,” August 4-25th,