Jacobs University - 24 au 30 Juillet - 400€ full !!! - Maths + Anglais. At Jacobs University Bremen, we bring together the smartest minds from around the globe to study on our residential campus.
With over 1100 students from almost 100 nationalities we are proud of our diversity, and transdisciplinary approach to teaching. Our yearly summer camps offer pre-college students the opportunity to be a part of our unique environment for one week. Students will live and eat in our colleges, take part in workshops in the mornings, and participate in excursions and team building exercises during the afternoons. This year we are excited to offer our international summer camp in collaboration with the VDI (Verein Deutscher Ingenieure), Germany’s largest association of engineers. The VDI are also experienced in running successful summer camps for members of their “Zukunftpiloten”, or “Future Pioneers”.
Date:The camp will take place between 24th and the 30th of July 2016. Location:Camp location is Jacobs University campus, Bremen. Master niveau - The 26th Jyväskylä Summer School will be organized 3th - 19th August 2016. The Jyväskylä Summer School is organized by the Faculty of Mathematics and Science and the Faculty of Information Technology at the University of Jyväskylä, Finland.
The Summer School annually offers courses for advanced master’s students, graduate students, and post-docs in the various fields of science and information technology. Finnish and international students from these fields are encouraged to take advantage of the high-quality interdisciplinary teaching of the School. The language of instruction is English in all Summer School courses. The most important aims of the Summer School are to develop post-graduates scientific readiness and to offer students the possibility to study in a modern, scientific environment and to create connections to the international science community.
The Summer School offers an excellent pathway to develop international collaboration in post-graduate research. Math Camps: Summer Camps and Tutors for Mathematics Kids! Math Camps create a vibrant community of kids sharing a common love of learning about and passion for mathematics.
Mathematics Camps are designed for students with the mission of providing a challenging, intellectually stimulating environment where they can learn all about this stimulating subject. Only at a math camp can your mathematical-minded child explore his or her genius. Several camps throughout Ontario and Quebec specialise in math programs and developing kids' skills in this area. Many other summer and March break camps also offer mathematics curricula. Summer programs offered by universities allow kids to explore math concepts, including applications for programming and an introduction to some pure math.
Kinds of subjects covered at math camps Math Camps give campers a chance to broaden their mathematical horizons, particularly in those fields from where (for example) Olympiad problems are drawn. Physics Summer School. Physics Summer School *This event is suitable for students who have completed AS Level Maths, or reached a similar standard in other qualification structures.
This five day Summer School will take students on a tour through the exciting world of further physics study. The goals are threefold. First, to introduce students to a variety of areas of physics which they may not have encountered before; second, to give students a taste of what the study of physics is like at university; finally, the course seeks to make students think more deeply about physics as a discipline. As well as exploring theoretical material we will be looking at ongoing experiments, including those at the Large Hadron Collider. In each of the sessions across the course, students will receive expert instruction from our tutors, engage with other students to solve complex equations and problems and will participate in group discussion on why physics matters.
A full schedule for this course will be available soon. American Mathematical Society.
Faculty of Science. Helix Summer Science Institute runs for four weeks during the month of July at York University’s Keele Campus.
Interested applicants can find out how to apply here. Helix 2015 Schedule Each class day begins at 9:30AM and ends at 3:30PM. Students will have lunch from 12:00PM to 1:00PM. Weekly course presentations take place each Friday from 3:00PM to 3:30PM Fees for Helix 2015 Students FeesWhile we cannot guarantee that the fees for next year’s Helix 2016 program will remain the same, we strive to maintain our programming excellence while keeping costs reasonable. The cost for each week-long course at last year’s Helix 2015 program was $389 for all students (domestic and international). Helix 2015 Fee StructureNumber of Weeks Fees With ResidenceOne Week $389 $1489 Two Weeks $778 $2978 Three Weeks $1167 $4467 Four Weeks $1556 $5975 *Note: All fees are in Canadian Dollars and include HST.
Financial Assistance Cancellation Policy Before June 1 On or After June 1 No refunds are issued as of June 1st. Summer Programs. In addition to open-enrollment courses, Harvard Summer School offers summer programs for high school students, university students interested in study abroad, and those interested in Ukrainian language and culture.
These programs require application. Programs for high school students In the two-week Pre-College Program, high school students who will graduate in 2017 or 2018 take a two-week noncredit course and participate in college prep and social activities. Live on campus and enjoy a summer of discovery in the Harvard Pre-College Program. If you are graduating from high school in 2016, 2017, or 2018 and are interested in taking summer courses for credit, you can apply to our seven-week Secondary School Program.
Full program information will be online in early November. Study abroad Choose from more than 20 study abroad programs in Europe, Latin America, Asia, Africa, and the Middle East. Summer Programs for International Students. Study this summer at Harvard—America’s most historic university.
You can pursue an enriching academic experience with Harvard faculty, visiting scholars, and students from around the world. Study options at Harvard Summer School Courses for degree credit or career advancement Over 300 courses in many subjects are available for undergraduate and graduate credit, and noncredit. Courses are offered on campus and online. Courses popular among international students: Judgment and Decision MakingMoney, Financial Institutions, and MarketsFinancial AccountingCorporate FinanceThe Art of Communication Complete information about course offerings will be posted online in mid-January. AwesomeMath. Sujets de concours.