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Queen’s students bound for Utrecht Summer School

The Global Opportunities team have offered 30 undergraduate students the opportunity to complete a funded Utrecht Summer School Course in The Netherlands.

students on the Utrecht programme standing holding flag from Holland

Global Opportunities within Careers, Employability and Skills at Queen’s have offered £1,400 in funding for up to 30 Undergraduate students to complete a Utrecht Summer School Course in the Netherlands.

The Utrecht Summer School offers a broad selection of approx. 200 summer courses in various disciplines.

The Summer School is a cooperation of the Utrecht University, HU University of Applied Sciences and HKU University of the Arts. These higher education institutions offer high quality, fully accredited summer courses taught in English at Bachelor, Master, PhD and Post-Academic level.

Successful applicants will receive £1,400 towards their course and accommodation costs.

The full list of successful applicants is below:

  • Akanksha Chauhan, International Human Rights Law: An Introduction
  • Alice Irvine, Introduction to Finance and Banking
  • Amberley Rankin, The Making of Europe: From Middle Ages to Modernity
  • Bartlomiej Drozd, Leadership for Innovation and Performance Happiness
  • Benjamin Keye, Gerontechnology
  • Catriona Walsh, Filmmaking for Beginners
  • David Glass, Filmmaking for Beginners
  • Dean Shine, Introduction to Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Neural Networks
  • Destiny Maraj, The making of Europe: From Middle Ages to modernity
  • Dylan Murphy, European Politics and Economy
  • Emma Corrigan, Filmmaking for Beginners
  • Eva Carney, The Making of Europe: Rise of Civilisation
  • Grace McSorley, Exploring Culture through Data: Digital Methods and Practices
  • Isabel Bittles, Understanding and Managing Mergers and Acquisitions
  • Joseph Connolly, Project Management: From Theory to Practice
  • Kate Leitch, Global Management: Strategic Marketing, Management and Finance
  • Katherine Pullman, The Making of Europe: Rise of Civilization
  • Katie O'Neill, Developmental Psychopathology and Psychological Assessment in Childhood and Adolescence
  • Laura Logan, Global Management: Strategic Marketing, Management and Finance
  • Liana Mac Intyre, European Politics and Economy
  • Marie-Tres McAnenly, Agile Prototype Your Dream
  • Mark Roberts, Game Design and Development
  • Megan D'Arcy, Data Science: Network Science
  • Oileán Galligan, Smart Sustainable Cities
  • Rhiannon Dolan, Advanced Communication Skills: Between Persuasion and Empathy
  • Shannen Coyle, Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Europe: Business Models and Financing Models

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