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Welcome to Utrecht Summer School I am delighted to present to you the programme of Utrecht Summer School 2014. This year, once again, we will be offering students from all over the world a variety of academic summer courses that differ in subject, level and duration. We are proud to present various new and challenging courses in our offer. For example, the number of courses offered in the field of medical and veterinary sciences has increased considerably. We are pleased that our excellent cooperation with the Hogeschool Utrecht (University of Applied Sciences) and with the HKU (University of the Arts Utrecht) is yet again reflected in a number of summer courses. This year we will be working together with a wide selection of partners throughout the Netherlands. Furthermore, we are extremely pleased with the outstanding collaboration with our international partners and the resulting courses in not only Utrecht, but several other cities spread all over the world. Starting this summer, we will publish our first summer school lectures online. These online lectures give the opportunity to familiarize yourself with our education programme and give an insight in the topics covered in the summer school courses.  We are aiming to expand our online course offer steadily each year. International students at Utrecht Summer School will certainly find themselves in good company. In 2013, over 3000 students have come to Utrecht to participate in one or more of our courses. With some 98 nationalities working and studying closely together, students learn to work in an international environment from the start - essential for scientists in an increasingly globalised world. I hope you will enjoy reading this brochure, which is bound to contain something to your liking. I look forward to seeing you in Utrecht this summer. Prof. Dr. G.J. van der Zwaan Rector Magnificus of Utrecht University

Here we are at the start of the 28th edition of Utrecht Summer School! I am very excited for you to see what the summer school has to offer in 2014. Our course offer is tremendously varied and contains over 170 courses, in all of the university’s faculties and ranging from bachelor to PhD level. Whether you are a PhD student concerned with medicine, a bachelor student with a keen interest in art history, or an international, looking to learn the Dutch language and culture; we have a course that suits your needs. Our course offer also contains an international part. Our cooperation ties with university abroad have grown, we are currently working together with universities in Italy, Germany, Estonia, China, Costa Rica and more. What better way to study business than to go the food- and agribusiness in Northern Italy? What better way to study Renaissance art than to go to the Uffizi in Florence? What better way to study the behaviour of tropical bees than at the National University of Costa Rica? Or to study the Dutch and the Chinese urban city planning from a comparative perspective at Utrecht University and Nanjing in China? In a rapidly changing world, the Utrecht Summer School also aims at offering an up-to-date course programme, where important issues such as the financial crisis or leadership in healthcare are thoroughly studied and discussed. Of course, your summer school experience does not have to end after a course of one or two weeks. Consider combining a few courses to truly get a feel for your subject. You can find some of our most well-known combinations in this brochure in the form of ‘special tracks’. These tracks not only allow you to easily apply for a combination of courses, they also generally result in a substantial discount. If you are looking to combine a different set of courses, go ahead and mix and match to create the ideal course package. Utrecht Summer School is not solely about studying. We offer student housing, so that you do not have to worry about finding a place to stay. We also offer an extensive social programme, so that you will easily meet other students. This mix of a varied and academically challenging course offer with student housing and an extensive social programme ultimately results in a very exciting summer. Take your time and look through this brochure to find the course that will take you to Utrecht Summer School in 2014. We hope to see you this summer. Drs. Jeroen L. Torenbeek Director Utrecht Summer School

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Courses ordered by discipline and target group CULTURE Bachelor European Cultures and Identities 12 European Politics 12 European History: the Creation of Nations and Peoples 12 Post-war Europe 13 European Studies 13 European Integration: The EU from West to East 14 Dutch Culture: History and Art 14 Dutch Culture: Society and Current Issues 15 Discovering the Dutch: Dutch Culture and Society 15 Dutch Culture in a European Context 15 The Treaty of Utrecht, a Watershed in World History 15 Advanced Bachelor Cultures of Empire 16 European Identity: Cultures and Institutions 16 The Age of Anne Frank: Holocaust and Genocide in Modern Europe 16 Master Old Catholic Theology in its Ecumenical Context 16 Rituals in Life 18 Advanced Master Critical Theory Beyond Negativity: the Ethics, Politics and Aesthetics of Affirmation 19 Identity and Interdisciplinarity in Games and Play Research 19

ART Bachelor Italian History of Art 22 Nothing is What it Seems: Dutch Art of the Golden Age 22 From Van Gogh to Picasso: Modern European and Dutch Art 23 A Journey Through Dutch Art 23 Art in Germany: From the Middle Ages to the 20th Century 24 History of Art: European Highlights 24 History of Art: Relations between Italy and the Netherlands 24 History of Art: a Thousand Years of Art in Northern Europe 24 2

Experience Design: How to Design Valuable Experiences Using Your Right Brain Skills 25 Innovative Digital Production Tools 25 Drawing in Conceptual Art 25 Advanced Bachelor Cultural Entrepreneurship and Business Modelling 25 European Arts and Cultural Management 26 Designing Mixed Reality Experiences 26

BUSINESS Bachelor European Business and Economy 30 European Business Challenges 30 The Right Target: Management Game Strategic Marketing 31 It’s All About Money: Management Game Finance 31 Business Not As Usual: Entrepreneurship and Entrepreneurial Management 32 Doing Business in Europe 32 Project Management, From Theory to Practice 34 Advanced Bachelor Advertising Global Brands: The Fascinating Art of ‘Glocalisation’ 34 Corporate Branding and Design 35 Entrepreneurship: Theory and Practice 35 Entrepreneurial Marketing – the SME Approach 35 International Leadership and Managing Transcultural Conflict 35 Portfolio Management: Risk and the Behaviour of Investors 37 Leadership for Sustainable Innovation 37 Strategic Entrepreneurship: Creating Entrepreneurial Organisations 37 Master Trust and Economic Performance 37

HEALTHCARE Bachelor Clinical Research Monitoring 40 Intervention for Speech Sound 40Disorders in Children 40

Sliding Sports: Motor Learning in Dynamic Environments 40 Nurses Work, Nursing Management and Clinical Leadership 41 Rehabilitation of the Hand 41 Multiprofessional Care for Head and Neck Cancer Patients 41 From Wheelchairs to Robotics: 42 Assistive Technology in Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation 42 Health and Engineering 42 Kinetics Therapy: Motor Learning and Behavioural Change 42 Healthy Aging 42 Pediatric Oncology Nursing 43 Eye Care and Diabetes: the Bigger Picture 43 Multiprofessional Cooperation in Stroke Management 44 Advanced Bachelor Clinical Data Management 44 Clinical Research Monitoring 44 Depression Management and Suicide Prevention 45 Master Leadership in Health Care 45

LAW AND ECONOMICS Bachelor Refreshing Mathematics A 48 Introductory Econometrics 48 Visual Legal Advocacy 49 Advanced Bachelor Highlights Law and Economics and 49 Europe (Eurocrisis, Competition Law) 50 European Competition Law and Economics: Cartels and Other Evils 50 Financial Law and Economics: Financial Crisis and Europe 50 Principles of Good Governance 51 PhD Advanced Qualitative and Legal Methods in Criminology 51

SCIENCE Advanced Bachelor Business Process Management and


IT 54 History and Philosophy of Science: Revolutions in Science 54 Applied Functional Programming in Haskell 54 Physics of the Climate System 54 Theoretical Physics 55 Nanomaterials: Science and Applications 55 Climate Change: Disasters, Challenges, and Opportunities 55 Hands-on GIS for Earth Scientists 55 Master Why We Need Bees 56 Economics of Bee Pollination as Ecosystem Service 56 Behavioural Ecology of Native Bees in the Tropics 56 Plant-man Interaction and the Moving Plant: Science, Art and Intelligence 57 Software Entrepreneurship in Science 57

LANGUAGE Bachelor Dutch Language Level 1 60 Dutch Language level 2 60 Dutch Language level 3 60 Dutch Language level 4 60 Dutch Language level 5 61 Dutch Language level 6 61 Dutch Language Level 1 + 2 + 3 63 Dutch Language and Culture for Interpreters 63 Legal Dutch in an International Perspective for Interpreters 63 Dutch Language for GermanSpeaking Students 63 English Pre-Intermediate (B1) 64 English Intermediate (B2-) 64 English Upper-Intermediate (B2+) 64 English Advanced (C1) 64 Intensive English: From PreIntermediate (B1) to Advanced (C1) 65 English for Academic Purposes 65 Spoken English 66 Presenting in English 66 IELTS Exam Preparation 66 Teaching in English 66 Spanish Language for Beginners 67 Masterclass: Public Speaking 67

LIFE SCIENCES Bachelor Toxicology and Environmental Health 70 Advanced Bachelor Cardiac Function in Health and Disease 70 Molecular Mechanisms in Cancer 70 Clinical and Translational Oncology 70 Master Biology and Economy: the Basics 71 Exploring Nature’s Molecular Machines 71 Fundamentals of Global Health 71 Mathematical Modelling of Infectious Diseases 71 Laboratory Animal Science 72 Regenerative Medicine 72 Advanced Master Biological Agents: Environmental 73 Exposure Assessment and Human Health Risk Analyses Diagnostic Avian and Exotic Animals Pathology 73 Environmental and Occupational Epidemiology 74 3D Printing and Biofabrication 74 Infection meets Immunity 74 Neural Circuit Development and Plasticity 74 Pharmacoeconomics 75 Pharmacoepidemiology and Drug Safety 75 Pharmaceutical Policy Analysis 75

Education 80 Evolution of Language 80 Introduction to L1 and L2 Acquisition 81 Introduction to Generative Syntax 81 Advanced Bachelor Bilingualism 83 Psycholinguistics 83 Statistics for Experimental Linguists 83 The Art of Logical Thinking 83 Applied Multivariate Analysis 84 Public Media in China? 84 Master Land Governance for Development 85 Survey Research: Design, Implementation, and Data Processing 85 Survey Research: Statistical Analysis and Estimation 85 Advanced Course on Using Mplus 86 Introduction to Multilevel Analysis 86 Introduction to Structural Equation Modelling Using Mplus 86 Democracy, Slavery and the Decolonial Option 86 Excellent Learning through Teaching Excellence 87 CLIL for Secondary School Teachers 87 CLIL Methodology for Teachers in Higher Education 87 Advanced Master Biofuels Versus Food Production in a Globalising World 87

PhD BioBusiness 75

SOCIAL SCIENCES Bachelor Contemporary and International Conflict Management 78 Migration, Integration and Ethnic Relations 78 Contemporary Cities, Challenges and Opportunities 79 Conflict Resolution and Mediation Skills 79 Alternative Education 80 Teacher Competences for Inclusive 3


The Netherlands The Dutch combine history and traditional culture with innovation, modernism and an international orientation. While Holland likes to emphasize its highly industrialized features, the Dutch have not let go of their background, often making use of the possibility to go for a quiet stroll along the historic canals that run through town. Holland, or the Netherlands The Netherlands is a kingdom. Its official name is the Kingdom of the Netherlands. It consists of the Netherlands itself and Aruba, Curaçao, and Sint Maarten, in the Caribbean Sea. The country’s name in Dutch is Nederland, meaning ‘low country’ and referring to the fact that much of the land is at or below sea level. The Netherlands (Nederland) therefore means ‘low country’. Today the Netherlands is also called ’Holland‘, a name that is derived from the names of two western coastal provinces, North and South Holland. These provinces were the most developed and wealthiest parts of the country in the seventeenth century and they played a dominant role in the country’s history. Geography Holland is situated in the west of

Europe and borders Germany to the east, Belgium to the south and the North Sea to the north and west. This small country lies at the point where the German, British and French cultures meet. What strikes people most when they first arrive in Holland is the landscape: the country is extremely flat. While there are some hilly areas in the southeast corner of the country, even these barely infringe on the broad, unbroken expanse of sky that is so characteristic of the Dutch landscape. Moreover, water can be found everywhere, in the form of lakes, rivers, canals and the sea. The parts of the Netherlands below sea level would be flooded if there were no dikes, dunes and other fortifications. Holland’s relatively small area of slightly over 41,000 square kilometres. With 17 million inhabitants a population density of 488 people per km2, the Netherlands is the most densely populated country of the European Union. Society Dutch society is made up of over 190 different nationalities living in its many cities and villages. For decades, the country’s historical ties with other parts of the world has brought people of non-Dutch origin to settle in Holland, which makes the Dutch generally open-

minded, freedom loving and tolerant towards foreigners. This cultural diversity has made Holland a place where knowledge, ideas and cultures from all over the world come together. Although Dutch is the national language, the majority of the population also speaks English and very often another foreign language, such as German or French. Mentality The Netherlands is a ‘self-service country’. The Dutch try to manage most things themselves, which makes them very independent and organized. Another distinctive characteristic of the Dutch is their openness and direct manner of acting and speaking. You will notice that you can say exactly what is on your mind, as the Dutch are not easily offended. Dutch society is organized in a nonhierarchical way. For example, teachers tend to be very accessible and true interlocutors for their students. You will be on familiar terms with everybody in almost no time.

Utrecht The history of the city goes back to 47 AD when the Roman emperor Claudius ordered his general Corbulo to build a defensive line along the river Rhine, which was the northern most border of the empire. One of the strongholds (or Castella) along the river was built at a crossing in the river and was called Traiectum (which means crossing place). In the local language this became Trecht, UutTrecht (lower-Trecht) and later Utrecht. At the place where once the castellum stood now stands the Dom church built in the 13th century. Nowadays, Utrecht is a lively city in the geographical centre of the Netherlands. It is not only an important junction where traffic, trade, distribution and services

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meet and mingle, but also a true knowledge centre: apart from Utrecht University, the HU University of Applied Sciences, and the HKU University of the Arts Utrecht, it houses important research institutes and several other institutes of higher education. With its 300,000 inhabitants, Utrecht is the fourth largest city in the Netherlands and with no less than 70,000 of the inhabitants being students; Utrecht is a true student city. Several canals crisscross the city and encircle the city centre. The Dom tower is the focal point and the pride of the city: with a height of 112 meters, it offers a magnificent view over the city. To the south of the Dom is the city’s museum quarter. There you will find a varied offering of excellent museums in a setting of picturesque courtyards, unexpected small restaurants and delightful little shops. Along the canals you will find a rare phenomenon, of which Utrecht citizens are extremely proud: the wharves. These wharves, which provide direct access to cellars, were used for the loading and unloading of ships and the storage of goods in the Middle Ages. These days, they are mostly used as outdoor terraces for restaurants. Sitting by the water, you can enjoy a drink or a meal looking over the decorative lit canal.

different countries; as such it is the largest academic summer school in Europe. The programme is characterised by strong, academic courses in a variety of subjects. For most of the courses ECTS credits are rewarded. Utrecht Summer School aims to provide its participants with an unforgettable stay in Utrecht and the Netherlands. Therefore, parallel to the study programme, a social programme has been set up which includes excursions, sports, social gatherings and festivities. Utrecht Summer School is a cooperation between Utrecht University and HU University of Applied Sciences.

2013 facts & figures 3000 participants 200 courses 98 nationalities 70.000 students in Utrecht

Higher education in the Netherlands The education system in the Netherlands is known for its high quality in education and research and its international study environment. In addition, with 1,560 international study programmes and courses, it has the

largest offer of continental Europe. The Netherlands has two main types of higher education. Research universities focus on the independent practice of researchoriented work in an academic or professional setting, while universities of applied sciences are more practically-oriented, preparing students for specific careers. Within the framework of Utrecht Summer School, Utrecht University, HU University of Applied Sciences and HKU University of the Arts Utrecht offer courses in a wide range of topics on various levels.

Utrecht University (UU) With about 30.000 students, Utrecht University is the largest and the most renowned university in the Netherlands. Utrecht University is a research university comprising of seven faculties which collectively span the entire academic spectrum in teaching and research. Founded in 1636, the University is now a modern, leading institute enjoying a growing international reputation. In the prestigious Shanghai Academic Rankings of World Universities 201, Utrecht University ranks 1st in the Netherlands, 13th in Europe and 53rd worldwide.

Utrecht Summer School The Utrecht Summer School started in 1987, with one course: Dutch Culture and Society. In the last two decades, the summer school developed a broad selection of over 200 courses in virtually all disciplines Utrecht University and the HU University of Applied Sciences have on offer. In 2013, Utrecht Summer School attracted almost 3000 students from over 98

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Utrecht University offers a broad range of 45 undergraduate and 169 graduate programmes, the latter including many English-taught programmes. There are more than 30,000 students at Utrecht University and 7,500 members of staff. Every year, more than 2,000 international degree-seeking students and international researchers stay in Utrecht for variable periods of time. Utrecht University is linked to the names of many prominent academics among whom are Buys Ballot, Donders, Rudolf Magnus, Van Unnik and Freudenthal. The list also includes Nobel Prize Winners such as Gerard ‘t Hooft from the Faculty of Physics and Astronomy.

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several independent institutions. The HU is the third largest university of applied sciences in the Netherlands. It has over 40,000 students (including 1200 international students) with more than one hundred different nationalities. The HU offers a wide range of courses spread out over nine principal themes. Most of the 80 programmes lead to a Bachelor’s degree, and some lead to a Master’s degree. Several programmes are taught in English. All courses are geared towards the practical aspects of the disciplines and the teaching is competence based with the emphasis on professional skills and work placements.

More information: www.uu.nl/EN

More information: www.international.hu.nl

HU University of Applied Sciences (HU)

HKU University of the Arts Utrecht (HKU)

Hogeschool Utrecht University of Applied Sciences (HU) was founded in 1995, the result of a merger of

HKU University of the Arts Utrecht is the largest educational institution for arts, culture and

media in the Netherlands, and one of the largest in Europe. Located in Utrecht, HKU has 4000 BA, MA and research students taking part in nine bachelor programmes and six master programmes of which three in English validated by the UK Open University. HKU offers challenging and innovative education and research trajectories in design, media, games and interaction, music and technology, fine art, arts management, theatre and music. HKU is renowned for producing many digital and interactive media pioneers and its applied research in the areas of creativity, digital design, entrepreneurship and social innovation has had a strong impact in the cultural and creative industries and beyond.  More information: http://www.hku.nl/web/English.htm

Accommodation Utrecht Summer School offers temporary housing for Summer


School students or in some cases in hotels. The student accommodations that are reserved for Summer School students are located throughout the city. All accommodations are situated within easily accessible distances from various educational institutions. The accommodations are in the University centre ‘the Uithof’, in the city centre of Utrecht or its suburbs.

Social programme

All student rooms are fully furnished. Depending on the accommodation, apartments either include fully fitted kitchens, or offer a system of room & board. The rooms are single or double rooms with shared facilities. In your residence kitchen you can find everything you need to cook a nice meal.

To give you an impression; last year’s programme contained excursions throughout the Netherlands, night canoeing through the canals downtown Utrecht, a cycling tour through the

Utrecht Summer School not only offers you a fine selection of interesting courses in all kinds of disciplines, it also intends to give the participants an unforgettable stay. Therefore we invite all students during the months July and August to an attractive social programme, which includes excursions, sports, social gatherings and festivities.

countryside around Utrecht, a pub quiz, and (guided) trips to famous museums. These activities will provide the perfect setting for you to meet international students from other summer school courses and to get to know your class mates better! A full overview of all activities in 2014 is available online. You can book your tickets online to ensure your place!

Courses Whether you are a bachelor or master student, a PhD candidate or a professional: the summer school offers a course on your level. In this brochure, the exact level is indicated for each course.

The Utrecht Summer School generally tries to house students from one course in the same accommodation. Students from other courses might be housed together in the same building as well, which gives you the great opportunity to meet international students from other disciplines. Additionally, a few courses will be taught by and at University College Roosevelt in the south-west province of Zeeland, by the sea. Also in Middelburg we provide student accommodation.

Accommodation abroad Utrecht Summer School offers a wide range of summer courses abroad. We are currently working together with universities in China, Costa Rica, Estonia, Germany, Italy and more. Our university partners provide accommodation facilities to students. For up-to-date information about the single accommodation facilities, please take a look at the Utrecht Summer School website.

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The length of the courses varies from one week up to six weeks. You can make your own combination of courses that meet your personal requirements. How about a four week summer programme by combining “European Business Skills” and one of our Management Games? Or you could opt for a 4 week combination of “European Politics” and “Contemporary and International Conflict Management”. For every discipline we suggest some “special tracks”, course combinations that proved to be successful during earlier editions.

Housing discount If you combine two successive courses (including housing), you will get a € 65 discount. For every extra course you take, you will get an additional discount of € 65. This discount will be automatically processed in your account.

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Combination discount

International combinations

Of course it is possible to combine successive courses. Sometimes, combining courses will get you a special discount off of the total course fee. Please see the course descriptions on our website for detailed information. A number of general bachelor courses offer this discount. If you apply for the special discount courses including housing you will also get the housing discount.

Thanks to our international partners, you can even plan a truly international experience by combining a summer course in Utrecht with a course elsewhere in Europe. Utrecht Summer School takes care of the transfer between the different locations! In this brochure we present various international programmes. If a course (partially) takes place abroad, the course location is clearly mentioned on the course page.

2 courses: (minimal length: 3 courses: (minimal length: 4 courses: (minimal length:

€ 100 discount 4 weeks) € 200 discount 6 weeks) € 300 discount 8 weeks)

Please check the website for more information about international combinations: www.utrechtsummerschool.nl.

Application procedure You can apply for our courses through our website (www.utrechtsummerschool.nl). For most of our courses, online payment is available. The courses have various target groups, therefore entry requirements may vary. The exact requirements are available online.


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Culture The Utrecht Summer School offers a large number of academic courses on cultural topics. Central issues include European integration, cultural diversity within the European continent, European history and politics. Other topics in the context of this theme are the development of Dutch identity, present-day Dutch society and the role of the Netherlands on the international stage.

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SPECIAL TRACKS A special track consists of a number of courses, which have been successfully combined in the past. Registering for a special track is more convenient than enrolling for each course separately, and it often results in a substantial discount. European Cultures and Identities Dutch Culture: History and Art Dutch Culture: Society and Current Issues Dutch Culture in a European Context (6 weeks) Dutch culture: History and Art Dutch culture: Society and Current Issues Discovering the Dutch: Dutch Culture & Society (4 weeks) European Cultures and Identities European History: the Creation of Nations and Peoples Postwar Europe European Studies (6 weeks) I N T E R N AT I O N A L S P E C I A L T R A C K S European Politics (Utrecht) European Integration: European and Russian relations (Tartu) European Integration: the EU from West to East (4 weeks)

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Culture

European Cultures and Identities

European History: the Creation of Nations and Peoples

Faculty of Humanities (UU)

Faculty of Humanities (UU)

This course offers an introduction to Europe, a continent of great diversity. Each of its countries and peoples carry their own cultures, religions and traditions, yet the majority of them are now engaged in a joint project aimed at political and economic integration in the European Union. This course aims to introduce you to the main challenges and opportunities facing this project. Students will analyze topics such as the emergence and construction of national identity and culture; processes of globalisation and internationalisation, and their effects on local cultures; citizenship in a European context and different national approaches to social issues.

This course explores the main intellectual, cultural and political traditions of Europe. Lecturers in the fields of history, philosophy, religion, art and other fields in the humanities will introduce students to key issues in European civilisation from the emergence of European nationalism to the end of the Second World War. Among the topics to be discussed are nation states, citizenship, the role of nationalism during the First and Second World War and the role played by powerful historical figures like Napoleon and Adolf Hitler.

Dr. Jaap Verheul, Drs. Maurits Rost Bachelor C R E D I T S 4 ECTS P E R I O D 07 July – 18 July 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 1160 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR LEVEL

European Politics Faculty of Humanities (UU) Central to the course is the European Union (EU), a political partnership between 28 democratic European countries with almost 500 million citizens which has become a major player in global politics. Students will be introduced to the history, institutional structures, current aims, and future challenges of the European Union. Lectures will discuss the historical background of the European Union and the various stages of integration. Other issues are the role of European leaders, the future political expansion of the EU, transatlantic relations and the development of a shared foreign policy and development aid. Dr. Jaap Verheul, Drs. Maurits Rost Bachelor C R E D I T S 4 ECTS P E R I O D 7 July – 18 July 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 1160 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR LEVEL

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Dr. Jaap Verheul, Drs. Maurits Rost Bachelor C R E D I T S 3 ECTS P E R I O D 21 July – 1 August 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 1160 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR LEVEL


Postwar Europe

European Studies

Faculty of Humanities (UU)

Faculty of Humanities (UU)

This course explores Europe after the Second World War. Lecturers will discuss the history, politics, economics and cultural aspects of European countries in the second half of the twentieth century. The main focus of the course will be the European Union, transatlantic relations and the impact of American culture in Europe. Other topics to be discussed are decolonisation, and the many global interconnections and dependencies of globalisation. You will experience an intensive two-week programme with various lectures, seminar groups and full-day excursions.

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Dr. Jaap Verheul, Drs. Maurits Rost Bachelor C R E D I T S 3 ECTS P E R I O D 4 August – 15 August 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 1160 Course + course materials + housing

This special track offers you the opportunity to explore Europe, a continent of great diversity. In the first two weeks you will explore European Culture. After that you will be introduced to key issues in European civilisation from the emergence of European nationalism to the end of the Second World War. In the last two weeks the course will examine the postwar situation in Europe. Students will discuss various topics in small seminar groups and analyse a number of key issues in small assignments. This special track includes various excursions.

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Dr. Jaap Verheul, Drs. Maurits Rost Bachelor C R E D I T S 10 ECTS P E R I O D 7 July – 15 August 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 2750 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR LEVEL

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Culture

European Integration: the EU from West to East

Dutch Culture: Society and Current Issues

Faculty of Humanities (UU) in cooperation with Tartu International Summer University

Faculty of Humanities (UU)

SPECIAL S P E C I ATRACK L TRACK This course is a joint programme on European integration of Utrecht University’s Summer School and the International Summer University of the University of Tartu. The aim of the course is to introduce the European Union, European Institutions, (shared) foreign policy and new challenges. The course will study both the development towards a united Europe and the enduring diversity of national policy, law and geopolitical background (new) member states have to deal with in the process of European integration.

This course will explore the question of Dutch identity by placing the Dutch society in a wider European and transatlantic perspective. You will learn about the real role of the windmills, but also about other important factors that contributed to the economic success and the international orientation of the Netherlands. Topics that will be discussed are the polder model, religious diversity and secularisation, immigration and integration, permissiveness and the Dutch law in action and the tradition of cooperation and international law reflected in the Peace Palace and the International Criminal Court. Dr. Jaap Verheul, Drs. Maurits Rost Bachelor C R E D I T S 3 ECTS P E R I O D 4 August – 15 August 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 1060 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR LEVEL

M.A. Susi, Dr. Jaap Verheul Bachelor C R E D I T S 8 ECTS P E R I O D 07 July – 1 August 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht, Tartu F E E € 1985 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR LEVEL

Dutch Culture: History and Art Faculty of Humanities (UU) This course will explore the question of Dutch identity by placing the history and art of the Netherlands in a wider European and transatlantic perspective. During this course you will be introduced to the rich cultural traditions that the Netherlands developed from the Dutch Golden Age to the present day. You will explore Dutch traditions of literacy, cosmopolitanism, tolerance and accommodation, and the challenges it met during periods of war and upheaval. Furthermore, you will be introduced to the cultural expressions and traditions that support the Dutch in their claim to international fame as a cultural nation. Dr. Jaap Verheul, Drs. Maurits Rost Bachelor C R E D I T S 3 ECTS P E R I O D 21 July – 1 August 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 1060 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR LEVEL

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Dutch Culture: Society and Current Issues

Dutch Culture in a European Context

Faculty of Humanities (UU)

Faculty of Humanities (UU)

This course will explore the question of Dutch identity by placing the Dutch society in a wider European and transatlantic perspective. You will learn about the real role of the windmills, but also about other important factors that contributed to the economic success and the international orientation of the Netherlands. Topics that will be discussed are the polder model, religious diversity and secularisation, immigration and integration, permissiveness and the Dutch law in action and the tradition of cooperation and international law reflected in the Peace Palace and the International Criminal Court.

SPECIAL S P E C I A TRACK L TRACK

Dr. Jaap Verheul, Drs. Maurits Rost Bachelor C R E D I T S 3 ECTS P E R I O D 4 August – 15 August 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 1060 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR

In this special track students will analyse how national cultures are affected by and react to the European integration process. Subsequently they will focus on the national identity of the various countries to help understand the complicated structure of Europe and the motives for integration as well as the obstacles on the way to European unity. After two weeks we will focus further on the Dutch identity, including issues as tolerance and ‘pillarisation’. Furthermore, students will be introduced to the rich cultural traditions that the Netherlands developed from the Dutch Golden Age to the present day.

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Dr. Jaap Verheul, Drs. Maurits Rost Bachelor C R E D I T S 10 ECTS P E R I O D 07 July – 15 August 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 2650 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR LEVEL

Discovering the Dutch: Dutch Culture and Society

The Treaty of Utrecht, a Watershed in World History

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The series of peace treaties, commonly known as the Treaty of Utrecht, marked a turning point in European and even global history. It created a political system that held until World War I. This course will show the meaning and the backgrounds of this peace treaty. Lectures, literature and excursions will give a vivid picture of this turning point in global history.

This special track will explore the question of Dutch identity by placing the history of the Netherlands and Dutch art in a wider European and transatlantic perspective. Students will be introduced to the rich cultural traditions that the Netherlands developed from the Dutch Golden Age to the present day in such artistic fields as painting, literature, poetry and filmmaking. Students will also analyse internationally debated issues in Dutch society in the past and present. These include traditions of literacy, cosmopolitanism, and tolerance as well as more practical issues such as euthanasia and the internationally well-known drugs policy.

Renger de Bruin Bachelor C R E D I T S 3 ECTS P E R I O D 21 July – 1 August 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 1060 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR LEVEL

Dr. Jaap Verheul, Drs. Maurits Rost Bachelor C R E D I T S 6 ECTS P E R I O D 21 July – 15 August 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 1850 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR LEVEL

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Cultures of Empire Faculty of Humanities (UU)

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This course will examine the cultural dimensions of empires in the nineteenth and twentieth century. Students will discuss the historical background of various empires during this period and will be introduced to the terminology and the academic debate. Issues that will be examined during the course include the direct and indirect forms of empire, civilizing missions, the role of culture and representation, and the complex cultural exchanges between the center and the periphery. Excursions to the Royal Tropical Institute in Amsterdam and the National Museum of Ethnology in Leiden are included in the programme. Dr. Jaap Verheul, Drs. Maurits Rost Advanced bachelor C R E D I T S 4 ECTS P E R I O D 21 July-1 August 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 1260 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR LEVEL

European Identity: Cultures and Institutions

The Age of Anne Frank: Holocaust and Genocide in Modern Europe Faculty of Humanities (UU) This course will examine how the Holocaust and other genocides affected European society. Which political, economic and social circumstances led to these crimes against humanity in modern Europe? How can we explain the recurrence of war-related violence in a globalized society? How did European societies deal with the genocidal practices of the twentieth century? Students will explore the many questions around the Holocaust, genocide, and their long-term effects on society. The course will also include a number of excursions to the Anne Frank House and the Jewish quarter in Amsterdam and to the Peace Palace in The Hague. Dr. Jaap Verheul, Drs. Maurits Rost Advanced bachelor C R E D I T S 3 ECTS P E R I O D 4 August-15 August 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 1160 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR LEVEL

Old Catholic Theology in its Ecumenical Context

Faculty of Humanities (UU) Old Catholic Seminary (UU) Each European country has its own cultures, religions, traditions and languages. Despite this rich and enduring cultural diversity, European countries have for decades been engaged in a joint supranational project aimed at political and economic integration within the European Union. This course aims to introduce students to the foundations of this European project. Students will discuss the history, culture and religion of Europe, the institutional structure of the European Union, the various stages of European integration, transatlantic relations, and the development of a shared foreign policy and development aid. The programme includes full day excursions to Brussels and The Hague. Dr. Jaap Verheul, Drs. Maurits Rost Advanced bachelor C R E D I T S 4 ECTS P E R I O D 21 July-1 August 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 1260 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR LEVEL

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The course offers an introduction to Old Catholic theology in its ecumenical context. Old Catholic theology is understood as the main theological currents that exist in the Union of Utrecht of Old Catholic Churches. The topics covered by the course include the following: History of Old Catholicism, spirituality, ecumenism, canon law and ecclesiology, liturgy, and systematic theology. Prof. dr. Peter-Ben Smit Master C R E D I T S 2 ECTS P E R I O D 14 July-18 July 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 600 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR LEVEL


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Rituals in Life Faculty of Humanities (UU)

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What sort of repertoire of rituals can be developed in daily life, life events and life crises, and how can spiritual professionals make sure these match the spiritual needs of their participants as closely as possible? In the summer school programme, lecturers on rituality, religious education and spiritual care, together with teachers, spiritual carers and ritual performers of several institutions for education, care and well-being (most of them connected with the Utrecht University) will reflect with the participants on this central question. Dr. Wim Smeets Master C R E D I T S 2 ECTS P E R I O D 25 August – 29 August 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E ₏ 575 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR LEVEL

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Critical Theory Beyond Negativity: the Ethics, Politics and Aesthetics of Affirmation

Identity and Interdisciplinarity in Games and Play Research

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The first interdisciplinary European summer school in “Game and Play research” will take place at Utrecht University in The Netherlands. It is is aimed at talented PhD and Master students who are interested in the study of games and play. It offers students an innovative interdisciplinary platform for learning about games and play that doesn’t exist anywhere else in Europe or beyond.

This intensive course explores critical theory in the Continental philosophy tradition, with special reference to the work of Gilles Deleuze, Luce Irigaray, Henri Bergson and Rosi Braidotti. The course offers an introduction to contemporary critical debates on the function of ‘the negative’ in the construction of subjects and of their epistemic and ethical values. Starting from an assumption that we are in the midst a ‘posthuman turn,’ it explores different aspects of posthuman subjectivity and stresses the productive potential of the posthuman condition, advocating for the politics of affirmation.

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Prof. dr. Joost Raessens Advanced Master C R E D I T S 9 ECTS P E R I O D 18 August – 29 August 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 835 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR LEVEL

Prof. dr. Rosi Braidotti Advanced Master C R E D I T S 2 ECTS P E R I O D 18 August – 22 August 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 500 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR LEVEL

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Art & Design Discover the extremely rich European cultural heritage in one summer! Together with our international partners we offer a range of programmes in the field of art history. From the Italian Renaissance to the Dutch Golden Age or German art behind the iron curtain, Utrecht Summer School offers an inspiring Art & Design programme.

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Italian History of Art (in Florence)

Nothing Is What it Seems: Dutch Art of the Golden Age

Faculty of Humanities (UU) in cooperation with The Dutch University Institute for Art History in Florence

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Florence, originally founded by the Romans, was governed by the Medici family for centuries. Most of them had a passionate interest in painting, sculpture, architecture and literature. Still Florence keeps an exceptional artistic heritage which is a marvelous evidence of its aged culture. This course offers students the opportuntiy to learn about works of art from the renaissance period. Prof. dr. Michael Kwakkelstein Bachelor C R E D I T S 4 ECTS P E R I O D 7 July – 18 July 2014 L O C A T I O N Florence F E E € 1260 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR

In this course you will embark on a fascinating journey where nothing is what it seems: an innocent bouquet of flowers hides a forbidden religious message, a happy family, where everyone is singing and laughing, turns out to be a warning against an undisciplined lifestyle, and a gorgeously dressed couple locked in a calm embrace are actually rigid with heart-breaking melancholy. Upon completion of this highly interactive course you will have gained a profound insight into the many layers of these seemingly realistic artworks, the true meaning of which critics do not agree about to this very day.

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From Van Gogh to Picasso: Modern European and Dutch Art

A Journey Through Dutch Art

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Experience the highlights of over 400 years of Dutch art first hand. This course covers many of the country’s most renowned museums, artists and cities, and the interactive activities for a large part take place in front of the original art works. Upon completion of this course you will be able to recognise certain painters, art movements and hidden meanings without even looking at the name tag underneath the painting.

Throughout this course, you will discover how Dutch and European Modern artists, from architects and costume designers to painters and sculptors strove for the elusive ideal of truthfulness. You will gain a deeper understanding for the different styles and approaches of modern artists, both on a European and on a Dutch level. You will combine general with specialist knowledge, a personal and subjective approach with a factual or technical one, by visiting cities, museums, discussions and even trying out some modern art techniques yourself in this interactive course, that is for the most part taught in front of the original artworks.

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Dr. Nausikaä El-Mecky Bachelor C R E D I T S 8 ECTS P E R I O D 21 July – 15 August 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 2250 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR LEVEL

Dr. Nausikaä El-Mecky Bachelor C R E D I T S 4 ECTS P E R I O D 4 August – 15 August 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 1260 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR LEVEL

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Art in Germany From the Middle Ages to the 20th Century Freie Universität Berlin (FUBiS) The course will introduce Berlin’s outstanding art collections, with their wide range of masterpieces from late medieval times to the present day. We will focus on the particular circumstances that shaped the production and reception of German art, especially during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. During this long period, the formation of a German nation state and the problematic notion of a German national identity became intimately connected to the question of a German style and artistic ‘expression’. Dr. Matthias Vollmer Bachelor C R E D I T S 4 ECTS P E R I O D 4 August – 15 August 2014 L O C A T I O N Berlin F E E € 1260 Course + course materials + housing

History of Art: Relations between Italy and the Netherlands Faculty of Humanities (UU) in cooperation with Dutch University Institute for Art History in Florence

SSPECIAL P E C I A LTRACK TRACK The Utrecht Summer School offers an opportunity to travel back in time and experience the art from both traditions first hand, staying in two cities that played a pivotal part in their country’s art: Florence and Utrecht. This highly interactive course for the most part takes place in front of the original artworks, enabling you to experience, discuss and learn about the artwork firsthand.

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C O U R S E D I R E C T O R Prof. dr. M. W. Kwakkelstein, Dr. Nausikaä El-Mecky L E V E L Bachelor C R E D I T S 8 ECTS P E R I O D 7 July – 1 August 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht, Florence F E E € 2385 Course + course materials + housing

History of Art: European Highlights

History of Art: a Thousand Years of Art in Northern Europe

Faculty of Humanities (UU) in cooperation with Freie Universität Berlin (FUBiS) and The Dutch University Institute for Art History in Florence

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SPECIAL S P E C I ATRACK L TRACK Stay in three of Europe’s most wonderful cities, cover some 2000 years of Western art, visit all the relevant museums and sites and yet feel like you’ve done more than just skim the surface? The European Highlights combines a broad approach with profound analysis over the period of six weeks in Florence, Utrecht and Berlin. Seize this opportunity to travel back through time and through some of Europe’s most incredible museums in only one summer! Prof. dr. M.W. Kwakkelstein, Dr. N. El-Mecky, Dr. M. Vollmer L E V E L Bachelor C R E D I T S 12 ECTS P E R I O D 07 July - 15 August 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht, Berlin, Florence F E E € 3510 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR

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This four-week course takes place two weeks each in Utrecht and Berlin. By combining studies in Utrecht and Berlin, you will be able to get a glimpse of several centuries of art history in Northern Europe, compare differences and similarities between the two sites, and visit a wealth of museums and galleries. Thus, you will have the chance to explore the art scenes of these two vibrant cities both in the past and the present. C O U R S E D I R E C T O R Dr. Nausikaä El-Mecky, Dr. Matthias Vollmer L E V E L Bachelor C R E D I T S 8 ECTS P E R I O D 21 July – 15 August 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht, Berlin F E E € 2385 Course + course materials + housing


Experience Design: How to Design Valuable Experiences Using Your Right Brain Skills Art and Economics (HKU) In this course you will learn to strategically design an impactful experience with long-term value. The concept of experience thinking is introduced. You will study creativity theory and motivation theory and learn to make use of expertise from the arts domain (aesthetics, game design, theatre making processes). Doing so, you develop the necessary tools for a starting experience designer. You are going to make full use of your creativity and learn to develop and experiment with your concepting talents (story, empathy, meaning, design, symphony, play).

Drawing in Conceptual Art University College Roosevelt (UU) This fine art course will focus on the place of drawing in conceptual art. It will take the form of workshops led by internationally acclaimed artists. Students will encounter a variety of approaches to conceptual drawing, and will be encouraged to experiment with new and unexpected ways of using drawing in their art practice. The course thus offers students the opportunity to explore drawings’ potential within the making of conceptual art; not just as an aesthetically driven activity, but also as a tool for communicating theoretical concepts and ideas.

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Dr. Hans Bloemsma Bachelor C R E D I T S 2 ECTS P E R I O D 30 June - 4 July 2014 L O C A T I O N Middelburg F E E € 540 Course + course materials + housing

Innovative Digital Production Tools

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During this one-week introduction course you will learn how to use new digital production tools in order to develop interactive machines that create anything you would like to make. Using production tools like lasercutters and 3D printers you will learn to design and create computer-controlled machines which can help you to convert ideas into actual products. You will not only learn how to use these machines but will also get acquainted with the use of different digital tools and electronics like Arduino, an open source electronics prototyping platform.

This course gives an introduction to the entrepreneurial dimension of cultural and creative industries. The two-weeks course will focus on the characteristics of cultural and creative entrepreneurs. You will study theories and practices that demonstrate the value of entrepreneurial behaviour for the arts. The life of arts organisations often depends on the risk-taking nature of entrepreneurship. The principles of both entrepreneurship and business modelling will be treated. We will look at creative business modelling and development and the size and structure of cultural and creative enterprises. You will create a cultural and creative business plan.

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Joris van Tubergen Bachelor C R E D I T S 1,5 ECTS P E R I O D 25 August- 29 August 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 1050 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR LEVEL

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European Arts and Cultural Management

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Art and Economics (HKU) This course gives an introduction to management in the cultural field in Europe. You study theories and practices that demonstrate the value of management for the arts. The life of established arts organisations depends on the right strategic financial and organisational decisions. Also, art managers need organisational and innovation skills to keep their businesses running. Managing the arts asks for insight in the typical characteristics of cultural and creative organisations, in creative processes, in dealing with cultural identity and target groups. Rene Kooyman Advanced bachelor C R E D I T S 3 ECTS P E R I O D 21 July – 1 August 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 1185 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR LEVEL

Designing Mixed Reality Experiences Theatre (HKU) In this course you will develop an understanding on how to design and prototype interactive mixed reality experiences for any given target audience and context. Through intense hands-on work you will learn how to rapidly turn concepts and ideas into realtime interactive experiences that can be shared, tested and developed. You will work together in interdisciplinary project groups with the Performance Engine toolset in the dedicated Media and Performance Laboratory (MAPLAB) environment situated at the inspiring historical location Fort Blauwkapel in Utrecht. Joris Weijdom Advanced bachelor C R E D I T S 1,5 ECTS P E R I O D 25 August – 29 August 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 1050 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR LEVEL

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Business Are you interested in business integration in Europe? Do you want to learn more about global brands and entrepreneurship? Utrecht Summer School offers many courses on these topics. The courses feature a strong international character. They are also offered on several locations, in and outside The Netherlands. So, there is the possibility to study the textile industry in Italy. Utrecht Summer School is the perfect starting point to study business from an international perspective.

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Explore the challenges faced by European companies, the solutions they find, and gain insight on how business cultures in the European Union influence the decision-making processes. Focus on new business models, corporate social responsibility, sustainable innovation, and creative approaches to brand identity – all strategies used by European companies to prepare for the future. This course combines a theoretical and practical approach. Interactive lectures, group assignments and company visits in the Netherlands and Milan (Italy) will help you to shape your views on what works and what doesn’t.

This interactive course offers a two-week introduction to Europe, with a strong focus on economic, political and business developments. Several prominent guest speakers from different disciplines will give their views on the past, present and future of the European Union (EU). In interactive sessions they will discuss theories and thoughts about the financial crisis, global shift, knowledge economy & innovation, sustainable banking, political context, public affairs, decision-making processes, European business and regional cooperation. Drs. Inez Meurs Bachelor C R E D I T S 4 ECTS P E R I O D 7 July-18 July 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 1160 Course + course materials + housing

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Drs. Inez Meurs Bachelor C R E D I T S 6 ECTS P E R I O D 21 July-8 August 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht, Milan F E E € 1600 Course + course materials + housing

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Competitive marketing strategy programme; promising hard work and real-time experiences. Plan, implement and evaluate an international brand marketing strategy within a realistic simulated environment. In this course participants work as a marketer in a small decision-making unit of a manufacturer within a competitive industry. Your goal is to improve your firm’s long-run financial performance. The performance of your team will be evaluated via a multi-factor, balanced scorecard evaluation system that includes financial, operational, and customer-facing performance metrics. Will you be in the winning team at the end of the week?

Face the consequences of your own financial management decisions, in learning to deal with the economic risks and developments that companies in Europe face. This course is a financial management game especially designed for those (aspirant) professionals who are interested in financial decision-making processes. Participants learn how to make sound policy decisions in the field of finance. Focus will be on the interdependency of investment decisions with regard to production, marketing and finance. Support and test financial policymaking by setting up liquidity budgets, operating budgets, capacity planning and cost analyses. Drs. Inez Meurs Bachelor C R E D I T S 2 ECTS P E R I O D 11 August-15 August 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 645 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR

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Business Not As Usual: Entrepreneurship and Entrepreneurial Management Economics and Management (HU) To fully experience what it takes to set up and run your own business, this course offers you the right challenge. Participants will learn it does not just take that one big dream, or brilliant idea, or unique set of skills to make it as an entrepreneur. It requires hard work, a lot of thought, planning, help, and of course money. In practical workshops and realistic simulations you will discover introductory fundamentals as well as the development and implementation of real business opportunities. Drs. Inez Meurs Bachelor C R E D I T S 2 ECTS P E R I O D 11 August – 15 August 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 645 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR LEVEL

Doing Business in Europe Economics and Management (HU) SPECIAL S P E C I ATRACK L TRACK Experience what it takes to do business in Europe successfully. Focus on European economy, zoom in on business life and Europe, and take your business competences to the ultimate test: a real-life management game on strategic marketing, finance or a hands-on course on entrepreneurship. The first part of this course offers an introduction to European economy, on current issues, trends and hot topics. The second part will take you from the Netherlands to Italy and back, and offers a practical approach to dealing with several aspects of the diverse business setting in Europe. The third part offers the real-life management game. Drs. Inez Meurs Bachelor C R E D I T S 12 ECTS P E R I O D 7 July-15 August 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht, Milan F E E € 2650 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR LEVEL

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Economics and Management (HU) Many changes in today’s competitive environment are managed as projects. Unique efforts that require dealing with budgeting, deadlines, working with multidisciplinary teams, personal strengths and weaknesses, all challenges a project manager needs to deal with. This course prepares you for this by combining a theoretical background with a practical approach to project management. You will learn a leading project management method (PRINCE2®), work on project simulations in teams, and experience different factors that determine the successful completion of a project. Part of the course assessment is the PRINCE2® Foundation level exam to earn the official PRINCE2® certificate. Drs. Inez Meurs Bachelor C R E D I T S 4 ECTS P E R I O D 4 August – 15 August 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 1260 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR LEVEL

Advertising Global Brands: The Fascinating Art of ‘Glocalisation’ Faculty of Humanities (UU) Discover the fascinating art of glocalisation! Companies want to establish global brands, but know that they need to adapt their global advertisement campaigns for culturally specific consumers. A rhetorical reconstruction of cultural readings of the ads shows that the adaptations can be understood as being necessary to invite a reading that fits within the cultural system. This course is co-taught by Chinese and European teachers! Paul van den Hoven Advanced bachelor C R E D I T S 1,5 ECTS P E R I O D 4 August – 8 August 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 500 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR LEVEL

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Entrepreneurial Marketing – the SME Approach Faculty of Law, Economics and Governance (UU) If you ask an entrepreneur what skills or knowledge have to be developed in their company, most entrepreneurs will answer “marketing”. However most marketing courses focus on the larger firms and the marketing strategies do not seem be applicable to smaller entrepreneurial firms with smaller budgets. The main theme during the course will be how small and medium sized firms (SMEs) can create competitive advantage with the limited marketing resources they possess. Some knowledge on (traditional) marketing is nice to have but not necessary for this course.

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Entrepreneurship: Theory and Practice Faculty of Law, Economics and Governance (UU) The world changes and we need to redevelop what is made, how it is made, where to sell, how to distribute, all while taking into consideration the consequences for the world around us. Some entrepreneurial people start their own business, but we also need people who seek opportunities for improvement inside larger organisations in business, government, education and health care. Prof. dr. Elmarie Venter Advanced bachelor C R E D I T S 2 ECTS P E R I O D 7 July- 11 July 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 550 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR LEVEL

P.O. van der Meer MSc. Advanced bachelor C R E D I T S 3 ECTS P E R I O D 14 July-25 July 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 934 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR LEVEL

International Leadership and Managing Transcultural Conflict Faculty of Law, Economics and Governance (UU) This interactive course gives an overview of different theories on (business) leadership, the influence of globalisation and culture, and leadership conflicts that might arise in an international setting. In a globalized world management and leadership become more internationally oriented too. The different cultures around the globe do not have one universal management style and firms expanding into new geographical areas do not always realize this. M.J. Louw, MSc. Advanced Bachelor C R E D I T S 2 ECTS P E R I O D 7 July – 11 July 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 550 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR LEVEL

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Portfolio Management: Risk and the Behaviour of Investors Faculty of Law, Economics and Governance (UU) The course will focus on the construction of investment portfolios. For people who work in the financial world understanding the concepts of risk and return is very important. The characteristics of individual investments will be studied. Also the analysis of overall portfolio risk will be a point of focus. Modern derivative securities can be important tools to manage the risk. Apart from that, attention will be given to individual and collective psychological factors to explain the price movements in financial markets. This field, called behavioural finance, is a new and exiting approach to explain events on investment markets. Prof. dr. Arie Buijs Advanced bachelor C R E D I T S 4 ECTS P E R I O D 7 July – 18 July 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 965 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR

Strategic Entrepreneurship: Creating Entrepreneurial Organisations Faculty of Law, Economics and Governance (UU) In this course we will investigate the intersection between ‘traditional’ strategic management and entrepreneurship. Strategic management is usually long time oriented and seeks to create long term competitive advantages through the creation of sustainable positions within a particular industry or through the acquisition of valuable resources. Entrepreneurship, on the other hand, focusses on the exploitation of opportunities. Strategic Entrepreneurship seeks use the element of adaptation and opportunity exploitation as a strategic tool. Special attention will be paid to how managers can implement strategic entrepreneurship in their organisation by analyzing complex business cases.

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Leadership for Sustainable Innovation

Trust and Economic Performance

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A new vision on strong leadership is not a luxury, but a necessity. New concepts of leadership are needed, and the new generation of young and inspiring leaders needs to be equipped for this. This course on leadership for sustainable innovation offers students in the final phase of their studies and young professionals an opportunity to engage in this discussion. Real issues in the private sector, public sector, and civil society will be dealt with in this course, with a strong focus on sustainable innovation challenges. Be prepared to experience innovative educative concepts to achieve results.

The course Trust and Economic Performance aims at providing a more fully developed economic and management account of trust. Economic and management views on trust problems are integrated in an analytical framework that enables students to explain links between trust and economic performance on a micro- and macro-theoretical level. Drawing on their theoretical insights students learn in case studies how to assess the economic performance of high and low trust institutions and to improve economic performance by managing trust. Prof. dr. Peter de Gijsel Master C R E D I T S 4,5 ECTS P E R I O D 7 July - 25 July 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 1520 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR

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Healthcare Utrecht Summer School offers a varied programme in the field of healthcare. We offer a great number of courses to nursing students aiming to make the first steps toward specialisation. The courses ‘Eye Care and Diabetes: the Bigger Picture’ and ‘Healthy Aging’ focus on specific diseases and patients. ‘From Wheelchairs to Robotics: Assistive Technology in Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation’ and ‘Health and Engineering’ are examples of courses focusing on new possibilities in patient treatments. June 23

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Introduction to Clinical Research Monitoring

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This courses introduces the workfield of a Clinical Research Associate (CRA) and monitoring clinical research both from a theoretical as a practical perspective. Special attention will be given to the ethical and methodological aspects of the work of CRA. Students will be working hands on by monitoring cases during the course.

Ever wondered how to make the step from basic motor task exercises, to the sliding sports context? In this course you’ll learn the latest findings about motor learning in challenging balance situations. Your own balance skills will be put to the test and reevaluated after two weeks of learning mentally and physically. You will translate this knowledge into useful tools for you as a teacher, coach or therapist.

Prof. dr. A. A. van Dooren Bachelor C R E D I T S 0,0 P E R I O D 7 July – 18 July 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 1230 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR LEVEL

Intervention for Speech Sound Disorders in Children Healthcare (HU) This course covers everything you need to know about speech production disorders in children. Children with speech production disorders form the largest part of a speech therapist’s case load. This course is designed to provide a deeper understanding of speech production disorders, differential diagnosis and developing intervention plans. You will be introduced to the latest findings on speech production disorders and intensively practice your skills in transcribing and analyzing children’s speech. Dr. Mieke Beers Bachelor C R E D I T S 5 ECTS P E R I O D 7 July – 18 July 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 890 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR LEVEL

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Nurses Work, Nursing Management and Clinical Leadership Healthcare (HU) In this practice orientated course we focus on nursing leadership in daily work. Having insight in the strategic and clinical role a nurse leader plays in healthcare is of great value nowadays. With a combination of workshops, lab sessions, lectures, excursions and role play we let you investigate your own potential as a nurse leader and give you the opportunity to meet other highly motivated nurse students, giving a boost to your CV and your international professional network.

Rehabilitation of the Hand Healthcare (HU) Would you like to know more about hand therapy after this summer? In this summer course students will be introduced to the specialised field of hand therapy. The participants will obtain the beginning knowledge of numerous aspects related to hand therapy: a deeper understanding of hand anatomy, hand movement patterns, common pathologies and common treatment programmes. For those interested in pursuing a career in hand therapy this course will provide an excellent foundation. For others, it will provide a solid base of knowledge for those occasional ‘hand patients’. Angelique Hagen Bachelor C R E D I T S 5 ECTS P E R I O D 7 July – 18 July 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 890 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR LEVEL

Pieterbas Lalleman Bachelor C R E D I T S 5 ECTS P E R I O D 7 July – 18 July 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 890 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR LEVEL

Multiprofessional Care for Head and Neck Cancer Patients Healthcare (HU) This course is an intensive programme about care and communication related to patients with head and neck cancer. You will visit health care institutes in The Netherlands and be inspired by experienced teachers. The programme exists of lectures, workshops, excursions to see clinical practices and presentations of fellow students. By attending this course, you will become aware of the ways in which health problems outside your field of expertise may affect the type of treatment you offer a patient. Jolien Fase Bachelor C R E D I T S 5 ECTS P E R I O D 7 July – 18 July 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 890 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR LEVEL

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From Wheelchairs to Robotics: Assistive Technology in Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation

Kinetics Therapy: Motor Learning and Behavioural Change

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Does human movement interests you? Do you want to know how to help a person change their movement behaviour? Than this course might be interesting for you! You will be introduced to the value of Cesar Kinetics in daily life activities, regarding to the different life stages (children, adults, elderly). Lectures will provide you with the latest information about motor learning and behavioural change. By gaining experience you will learn to translate this knowledge into useful tools for you as a therapist.

This course is intended for students and recent graduates in physiotherapy and related fields interested in technology. Students get an introduction in the world of assistive technology (AT) and its potential to support patients as well as therapists. The focus in this summer course will be on AT to support mobility and ambulation, motor learning in rehabilitation, activity monitoring and erehabilitation, home adaptations and sports.

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This course has a specific focus on built environments and building services technologies, as well as aspects of human factors. Among the features treated in the course are the emergence of healing environments in healthcare facilities, solutions that are provided through engineering to limit the risk of biological agents (Legionella, MRSA), and the impact of lighting and the acoustic and thermal environment (temperature) of well-being and health of patients, nursing home residents and care professionals. Moreover, aspects of human factors are addressed, as engineering solutions are to be utilised by all occupants, including those with special needs.

The increase of longevity of the population is one of the major achievements of the twentieth century. This rapid demographic transition poses huge challenges to many countries on diverse areas. This course will inform you – from different prospective – about the factors that keep older people healthy and participating in the society. The focus is a better understanding of the aging process, the prevention of functional decline and preservation of autonomy. The programme consists of: lectures, workshops, excursions and presentations. Jeroen Dikken, RN, Msc Bachelor C R E D I T S 5 ECTS P E R I O D 7 July – 18 July 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 890 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR LEVEL

C O U R S E D I R E C T O R Prof. dr. Helianthe, S.M. Kort, Ir. Emelieke Huisman L E V E L Bachelor C R E D I T S 5 ECTS P E R I O D 7 July – 18 July 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 890 Course + course materials + housing

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Pediatric Oncology Nursing Healthcare (HU) This course offers you the opportunity to collaborate with nursing students and teachers from different countries about Pediatric Oncology Nursing. This course combines nursing practice and science in pediatric oncology with a focus on integrated care. The programme consists of: lectures, workshops, excursions to healthcare institutes involved in pediatric oncology and presentations of fellow students. COU RSE DI R ECTOR

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MScN Bachelor 5 ECTS P E R I O D 7 July – 18 July 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 890 Course + course materials + housing LEVEL

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Eye Care and Diabetes: the Bigger Picture Healthcare (HU) Upcoming summer we will offer a unique course especially designed for eye care students, both orthoptist and optometrist, which covers all the ins and outs of Diabetes Mellitus. Besides giving a complete background we will discuss the diabetes care in different countries, the ocular and systemic complications and their treatments as well as the social impact of the disease. Carolien Antonius Bachelor C R E D I T S 5 ECTS P E R I O D 7 July – 18 July 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 890 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR LEVEL

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In this summer course you work in multidisciplinary groups (f.e. medicine, nursing, physiotherapy and speech-language therapy). You will start from your own profession and your knowledge about diagnosis and treatment of the problems of patients after stroke. Then you learn how to prepare and participate in multidisciplinary discussions and interactions. You enlarge your knowledge about stroke and about other professions. For this we use the ICF-system (International classification of functioning, disability and health, www.who.int). You will also learn how to give a presentation.

All main aspects of clinical research monitoring will be covered during this intensive course. The course is an important step-up for working as a CRA (clinical research associate). It will also help to gain knowledge and skills in other aspects of GCP and clinical development, and in data management and document design.

Evelijn Raven-Takken Bachelor C R E D I T S 5 ECTS P E R I O D 7 July – 18 July 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 890 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR LEVEL

Clinical Data Management Healthcare (HU) This course gives a deeper insight in data management of clinical research projects. The focus will be on EDC (electronic data capturing) and designing CRFs (Case Report Forms). Theories will be applied directly by the students in computer workshops where data management techniques will be practiced. Prof. dr. A. A. van Dooren Advanced bachelor C R E D I T S 0,0 P E R I O D 21 July – 25 July 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 795 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR LEVEL

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Prof. Dr A. A. van Dooren Advanced Bachelor C R E D I T S 5 ECTS P E R I O D 7 July – 25 July 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 1820 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR LEVEL


Depression Management and Suicide Prevention

Leadership in Health Care

Healthcare (HU)

In this multidisciplinary course on leadership we zoom in on the hybrid role of healthcare professionals who are also (frontline) managers. The course is rooted in the healthcare sector but takes an organisational sociological perspective. We address the following five topics in a 12 weeks blended online master course: 1. Introduction on Leadership in Healthcare 2. Dealing with Hybrid roles in Healthcare Management 3. The influence of Professional Habitus on Healthcare Leadership 4. Healthcare organisations: different logics in one building 5. Healthcare leadership in action: Failing and Learning. Are your ready for the next step in your career?

Our aim is to provide you with the latest evidence informed knowledge and skills around the area of depression management and suicide prevention. Both issues are worldwide highly prevalent but also be prevented and treated as long a multidisciplinary approach is fostered. In this summer school course we will address to holistic and evidence based modalities to prevent adverse incidents, foster harm reduction and increase the quality of life of patients and family having problems with mood disorders and/or selfdestructive behaviour. Marlou de Kuiper Advanced Bachelor C R E D I T S 5 ECTS P E R I O D 7 July – 18 July 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 890 Course + course materials + housing

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Pieterbas Lalleman Master C R E D I T S 8,5 ECTS P E R I O D 25 August – 29 August 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 1295 Course + course materials + housing

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Law & Economics Are you interested in Economics or European law? Utrecht Summer School offers many courses on these topics. The courses feature a strong international character and are a perfect starting point to study Law and Economics from an international perspective. Trust problems, the Financial Crisis, Cartels, are all subjects which will be thoroughly analysed. Do you want to learn how to use digital technologies as a lawyer? With the course ‘Visual Legal Advocacy’ you learn how to make your point of view clear in the court room.

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Do you want to start your bachelor Economics and Business Economics in Utrecht with more self confidence and a renewed insight in the relevant mathematical knowledge? Then the course Refreshing Mathematics A at the Utrecht University School of Economics (USE) is a good starting point for your study of Economics and Business Economics. We will be dealing with the following subjects: calculus, solving (systems of) equations and differentiation.

The aim of this intensive course is to provide an introduction to the linear regression model, for which it will start with the principles of statistics, such as basic probability, statistical estimators, and statistical hypothesis testing. Next, it considers the multivariate regression model on topics such as the ordinary least squares, the interpretation of the regression parameters, perfect multicollinearity, omitted variables, dummy variables, heteroskedasticity, dynamic regression models, and autocorrelation.

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Prof. dr. Wolter Hassink Bachelor C R E D I T S 0,0 P E R I O D 18 August – 28 August 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 1060 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR LEVEL


Visual Legal Advocacy Faculty of Humanities (UU) Think visual! Can lawyers use film to tell their client’s stories? Can lawyers use images to make their point of view clear? The answer is yes. The use of images is burgeoning in the justice system and will continue to do so. Digital technologies and images have become more important in every phase of the system; multimodality is the standard in nowadays communication and of course also enters the courtrooms. Learn to think visual: theory and hands on! Paul van den Hoven Bachelor C R E D I T S 3 ECTS P E R I O D 21 July – 1 August 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 935 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR LEVEL

Highlights Law & Economics and Europe (Eurocrisis, Competition Law) Faculty of Law, Economics and Governance (UU) SPECIAL S P E C I ATRACK L TRACK This course deals with the highlights of Law & Economics and Europe. In the first part of this course we will deal with the effects of European Competition Law on the economy. In the second part we will discuss the effects of Financial Law on the (European) Economy and the Eurocrisis. In both weeks students are asked to formulate sustainable solutions for current issues in the domain of European Law and Economics. Prof. dr. Wilco J. Oostwouder Advanced Bachelor C R E D I T S 3 ECTS P E R I O D 7 July – 18 July 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 1350 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR LEVEL

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European Competition Law & Economics: Cartels and other Evils Faculty of Law, Economics and Governance (UU) This course deals with the effects of European Competition Law on the behaviour of businesses in the European Union (EU). An effective common market within the EU requires a fair and undistorted competition. Hence the European Commission (EC) vigorously attacks cartels. A recent example is the ‘cooperation’ between 7 seven international groups of companies – Chungwa, LG Electronics, Philips, Samsung SDI, Panasonic, Toshiba, MTPD and Technicolor which fixed prices, shared markets, allocated customers between themselves. In this case the European Commission imposed a total fine of € 1.47 billion in 2012. C O U R S E D I R E C T O R Prof. dr. W. J. Oostwouder , Mr. drs. M. Custers, Dr. M. Wiggers L E V E L Advanced Bachelor C R E D I T S 1,5 ECTS P E R I O D 7 July – 11 July 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 750 Course + course materials + housing

Financial Law & Economics: Financial Crisis and Europe Faculty of Law, Economics and Governance (UU) This course deals with the effects of Financial and Securities Law on the global and European Economy, and vice versa. The Credit Crunch was caused by, amongst others, an inefficient regulation of securitisation (of mortgage products) and poor governance of banks. The Eurocrisis showed the effects of the lack of rules and tools on the European economy. By way of lectures, participation in workshops and writing a paper, participants get insights in these issues while formulating solutions for a more sustainable financial system. Prof. dr. Wilco J. Oostwouder Advanced Bachelor C R E D I T S 1,5 ECTS P E R I O D 14 July – 18 July 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 750 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR LEVEL

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Principles of Good Governance Faculty of Law, Economics and Governance (UU) The purpose of the course is to study the Principles of Good Governance on the national, regional and international level in relation to legal instruments. This covers not only the administration but also the legislature, the judiciary and other institutions of audit and control, and includes enforcementinstruments of the administration and the mechanisms that have been developed to supervise the implementation of these principles. Prof. dr. G.H. Addink Advanced Bachelor C R E D I T S 4 ECTS P E R I O D 7 July – 18 July 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 1260 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR LEVEL

Advanced Qualitative and Legal Methods in Criminology Faculty of Law, Economics and Governance (UU) As an advanced training in qualitative and legal methods in criminology, the course aims to be a platform for PhD students preparing or conducting their criminological fieldwork, to discuss the methodological challenges within their research projects. The emphasis will be on doing research: candidates will be supervised on small assignments linked to their own PhD research projects. Previous knowledge on qualitative method is required. C O U R S E D I R E C T O R Dr. Damián Zaitch, Dr. Brenda Oude Breuil L E V E L PhD level C R E D I T S 5 ECTS P E R I O D 14 July – 25 July 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 1330 Course + course materials + housing

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Science Utrecht Summer School challenges you to dive into the sciences this summer! The programme comprises various prestigious science courses such as Theoretical Physics or Nanomaterials. We also have challenging geoscience courses in our offer, like ‘Hands-on GIS for Earth Scientists’ and ‘Physics of the Climate System’. For ambitious science students, Utrecht is the place to be this summer!

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This course will provide both theoretical background and hands-on experience with business process management (BPM), improvement and innovation. On the one hand it is important for organisations to have grip on their processes, and to continually evaluate and improve their processes in an evolutionary way; Information Technology (IT) can play a supporting role in this. On the other hand innovative IT can play a disruptive role for businesses. In this course both aspects will be illustrated and discussed. With respect to both aspects principles of business/IT-alignment and business process reengineering will be discussed.

Typed functional programming in Haskell allows for the development of compact programmes in minimal time and with maximal guarantees about robustness and correctness. The course introduces Haskell as well as its theoretical underpinnings such as typed lambda calculus, and Damas-Milner type inference. There is ample opportunity to put this all in practice during lab sessions.

Johan Versendaal, PhD Advanced Bachelor C R E D I T S 2,5 ECTS P E R I O D 11 August – 22 August 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 1150 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR

Atze Dijkstra Advanced Bachelor C R E D I T S 3 ECTS P E R I O D 7 July – 18 July 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 1835 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR LEVEL

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The interaction of radiation with atmospheric constituents, the circulation in the atmosphere, and the circulation in the oceans are at the heart of the climate machine. Geophysical fluid dynamics, dealing with the properties of flow in a rotating system, forms the core of the summer school. A systematic treatment will be presented, and numerous exercises will help to master the material.There will also be a series of lectures on more specialized topics (thematic talks). Students will participate in small research projects and will report on the results.

The philosophy of sciences studies general questions concerning the nature of scientific knowledge and scientific methods, but also includes conceptual analysis of fundamental theories such as relativity, quantum mechanics, evolution and modern genetics. The historical approach focuses on the development of scientific thought and practice in times past. It does not limit itself to the problems, methods and solutions assigned by scientists, but extends its scope to the interplay with cultural, social or institutional features at particular times and places.

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Dr. Rupert Holzinger Advanced Bachelor C R E D I T S 3 ECTS P E R I O D 18 August – 29 August 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 835 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR LEVEL

C O U R S E D I R E C T O R Prof. dr. Dennis, Dr. Jeroen van Dongen L E V E L Advanced Bachelor C R E D I T S 1,5 ECTS P E R I O D 25 August – 29 August 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 425 Course + course materials + housing

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Climate Change: Disasters, Challenges, and Opportunities

The Institute for Theoretical Physics and the Spinoza Institute in Utrecht rank among the leading institutions in the world in the field of theoretical physics. The Utrecht Summer School in Theoretical Physics offers a blend of advanced undergraduate material in thermal and statistical physics, quantum mechanics and electrodynamics. A computer project is also part of the coursework for the Summer School. In addition there is a lecture series by Utrecht researchers on current topics in various fields of theoretical physics ranging from condensed matter to high-energy physics and quantum gravity.

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Prof. dr. Gleb Arutyunov Advanced Bachelor C R E D I T S 3 ECTS P E R I O D 18 August – 29 August 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 890 Course + course materials + housing

C O U R S E D I R E C T O R Prof. dr. Gerard van Koten, Prof. dr. Herman Philipse L E V E L Advanced Master C R E D I T S 2,5 ECTS P E R I O D 7 July – 11 July 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 600 Course + course materials + housing

Nanomaterials: Science and Applications

Hands-on GIS for Earth Scientists

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The topics of this course are: organic macromolecules, inorganic catalyst particles, and size-quantized metal and semiconductor structures. The properties of these materials depend on the size and shape of the nanoparticles and their ordering in 2-D and 3-D structures. In the course students will be introduced to the exciting interdisciplinary field of nanoscience, its chemical and physical aspects, and its many applications. The school will combine theory (lectures, tutorials) with experiment, practicals, computer simulations, laboratory tours and a visit to an industrial research laboratory.

This course is a hands-on course on GIS: two weeks of practicals in the GIS Lab of the faculty of Geosciences. The following topics will be covered: Working with ArcGIS desktop (ArcInfo) and Spatial-Analyst (data input, analysis and presentation), Automatic DEM extraction of aerial photographs using ERDAS Imagine Leica Photogrammetry suite 2011 (ATE and eAte), Mobile GIS / GPS with ArcPad 10, Local and Global Geo-datasets (GIS, remote sensing) and Poster making.

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C O U R S E D I R E C T O R Dr. Marcel Di Vece, Dr. Pieter Bruijnincx, Dr. Rosa Bulo L E V E L Advanced Bachelor C R E D I T S 3 ECTS P E R I O D 18 August – 29 August 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 835 Course + course materials + housing

Climate Change or Global Warming is one of the greatest challenges of the 21st century. In this multidisciplinary course, experts will discuss many aspects of the problem, such as increasing CO2 emissions, the carbon cycle, the greenhouse effect, climate sensitivity, global and local impacts of global warming, sea-level rise, decision making under risk and uncertainty, time lags, prevention versus adaptation, the green paradox, population growth, economics, ethics, law, and psychology.

C O U R S E D I R E C T O R Drs. Maarten Zeylmans van Emmichoven L E V E L Advanced Bachelor C R E D I T S 3 ECTS P E R I O D 7 July – 18 July 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 895 Course + course materials + housing

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Why We Need Bees Faculty of Science (UU)

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The focus is the worldwide ecological and economic importance of bees. What is the impact of the present decline of bees on pollination? Aspects of bee biology like reproduction, communication and foraging are adressed. We deal with the diversity of bees and bee faunas in different habitats. Students will learn about flower biology and study pollen grains through the microscope. Practical demonstrations about form and function in the Honeybee and field excursions are important components of the course. The cultural significance of bees in traditional systems of beekeeping is analyzed together with projects of beekeeping as a tool for development. Prof. Dr. Marinus J. Sommeijer Master C R E D I T S 3 ECTS P E R I O D 28 July – 8 August 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 1085 Course + course materials + housing

Economics of Bee Pollination as Ecosystem Service Faculty of Science (UU) This follow-up course will focus on a selected problem concerning the pollination of a specific crop in a particular area. Pollination requirements of the crop and the foraging behaviour of potential pollinators will be studied to analyze the claims concerning the role of identifiable pollinators. Through the scientific reading of primary literature and the simultaneous integration of the course instructions students may be challenged to formulate conclusions. The resulting recommendations can lead to a better understanding and conceivably to adoption of bee pollination as an important category of ecosystem services.

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Prof. Dr. Marinus J. Sommeijer Master C R E D I T S 1 ECTS P E R I O D 11 August – 14 August 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 400 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR LEVEL

Behavioural Ecology of Native Bees in the Tropics Faculty of Science (UU) in cooperation with Universidad Nacional de Costa Rica (Costa Rica) This course in Costa Rica concentrates on bee-plant relations of tropical bees. Biodiversity, pollination and beekeeping are major topics, but basics of bee biology such as recruitment for food and competition avoidance are included. The tropical environment is basic in the course. The programme of lectures, practicals and field visits will expose the students not only to tropical bee ecology but also to majestic forest trees and animals as well as to tropical crops and fruits. The students will play an active role by carrying out experiments and observations related to bee behaviour, pollination and the analysis of tropical biodiversity. Prof. Dr. Marinus J. Sommeijer Master C R E D I T S 3 ECTS P E R I O D 18 August – 29 August 2014 L O C A T I O N Costa Rica F E E € 985 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR LEVEL

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Plant-man Interaction and the Moving Plant: Science, Art and Intelligence

Software Entrepreneurship in Science

University College Roosevelt (UU)

Want to start a science based business? During 12 days we will create a business plan and a software prototype based on a scientific theory, patent, concept, paper, or idea. On the last day your implementation and business plan are evaluated by a board of investors in a Dragons’ Den style session. The course is adorned with lectures from experienced science based entrepreneurs, academic experts on valorisation, innovation, and science based entrepreneurship.

Imagine: plants that communicate with you and show their reactions to your presence! This is exactly what we will explore! Science and Art meet and we explore the possibilities and consequences of plants that not just patiently wait to be harmed, but take action and react to their enemies. In cooperation with the Brazilian artist Ivan Henriques we will work with the Plant-Machine. We will investigate different aspects of plant-man interaction (practical, ethical and aesthetical), as well as the basic background of the (electrical) plant signals and the plant-machine interaction device. The course will result in a joint publication. Prof. dr. Bert van Duijn Master C R E D I T S 2 ECTS P E R I O D 7 July – 11 July 2014 L O C A T I O N Middelburg F E E € 695 Course + course materials COU RSE DI R ECTOR LEVEL

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C O U R S E D I R E C T O R Dr. Slinger Jansen, Prof. dr. Sjaak Brinkkemper L E V E L Master C R E D I T S 4 ECTS P E R I O D 7 July – 18 July 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 875 Course + course materials + housing

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Language Do you speak Dutch? If not, Utrecht Summer School offers you the possibility to follow one or more intensive Dutch language courses, both for beginners and advanced students. Or you can use the summer to prepare for the new academic year with the two-week course ‘English for Academic Purposes’. Next to language proficiency, we also offer many language-related courses. Improve your presentation skills with the course ‘Presenting in English’, ‘Master Class: Public Speaking’ or learn more about teaching methods with ‘Teaching in English’. June 23

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SPECIAL TRACKS A special track consists out of a number of courses, which have been successfully combined in the past. Registering for a special track is not only more convenient than for each course separately, it often also result in a substantial discount. Dutch Language level 1 Dutch Language level 2 Dutch Language level 3 Dutch language level 1 + 2 + 3 (6 weeks) English Pre-Intermediate (B1) English Intermediate (B2-) English Upper-Intermediate (B2+) English Advanced (C1) Intensive English: From Pre- Intermediate to Advanced (8 weeks) Of course it is also possible to combine other successive courses. You can make your own combination of courses that meet your personal requirements. Sometimes, combining will get you a discount off of the total course fee. Please see the course descriptions on our website for detailed information.

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Babel Language Institute

Babel Language Institute

This beginners’ course in Dutch offers you the opportunity to learn the Dutch language fast and well. The course aim is to reach level A1. It covers the four skills of listening, reading, writing and speaking. During the course you will also get familiarised with Dutch customs and manners. The following themes will be used: getting to know each other, talking about relatives, daily life (shopping, doing the groceries, inviting people, ordering in a bar or restaurant).

This pre-intermediate course in Dutch offers you the opportunity to learn the Dutch language fast and well. The course aim is to reach level A2. It covers the four skills of listening, reading, writing and speaking. During the course you will also get familiarised with Dutch customs and manners. The following themes will be used: health, describing people, work, education, having a phone call. Marc Gebuis, MSc Bachelor C R E D I T S 0,0 P E R I O D 4-15 August, 18-29 August 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 825 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR LEVEL

Marc Gebuis, MSc Bachelor C R E D I T S 0,0 P E R I O D 7-18 July , 21 July-1 August, 4-15 August 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 825 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR LEVEL

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Dutch Language Level 2

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Babel Language Institute

Babel Language Institute

This beginners-plus course in Dutch offers you the opportunity to learn the Dutch language fast and well. It covers the four skills of listening, reading, writing and speaking. During the course you will also get familiarised with Dutch customs and manners. The following themes will be used: transportation, talking about hobbies, telling people what you do, what you did and what you want to do, making an appointment, talking about your house, neighbourhood and town. The course aim is to reach level A1+.

This intermediate course in Dutch offers you the opportunity to learn the Dutch language fast and well. The course aim is to reach level B1. It covers the four skills of listening, reading, writing and speaking. During the course you will also get familiarised with Dutch customs and manners. The following themes will be used: education, work, society, talking about emotions, climate, geography, communication, having a phone call, living area, complaining, discussing, describing objects, actions and people, talking about politics, art and the environment.

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Dutch Language Level 5

Dutch Language Level 6

Babel Language Institute

Babel Language Institute

This upper-intermediate course in Dutch offers you the opportunity to learn the Dutch language fast and well. The course aim is to reach level B2. It covers the four skills of listening, reading, writing and speaking. During the course you will also get familiarised with Dutch customs and manners. The following themes will be used: holidays, spare time, transportation, nature and landscape, eating and drinking, environment, safety and health, economics and work, science.

This advanced course in Dutch offers you the opportunity to improve your Dutch language skills. It focuses especially on an active command of the language (speaking and writing). Dutch language level 6 will expand your language skills and increase your saying power. The newly acquired skills can be applied straightaway at work or in your private life. The course aim is to reach level B2+. Marc Gebuis, MSc Bachelor C R E D I T S 0,0 P E R I O D 7-18 July 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 825 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR LEVEL

Marc Gebuis, MSc Bachelor C R E D I T S 0,0 P E R I O D 7 July – 1 August, 4-29 August 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 1395 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR LEVEL

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Legal Dutch in an International Perspective for Interpreters

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Babel Language Institute

This beginners’ course in Dutch offers you the opportunity to learn the Dutch language fast and well. You will start at beginners’ level and attempt to reach level A2. This course combines the courses Dutch level 1, 2 and 3 and covers the four skills of listening, reading, writing and speaking. During the course you will also get familiarised with Dutch customs and manners.

This intensive one-week course is especially designed for interpreters who work for the European Institutions and diplomats who are interested in legal issues in an international perspective. The course focuses on the Dutch legal system and on administrative law, private international law and constitutional law in particular. Furthermore, the political and legal position of the Netherlands in the European Union will be elicited. The goal of the course is upgrading the interpreters’ passive knowledge of Dutch and legal Dutch terminology through lectures on topical issues, as well as improving their active command of the Dutch language (C-level).

Marc Gebuis, MSc Bachelor C R E D I T S 0,0 P E R I O D 7 July-15 August, 21 July-29 August 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 2135 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR LEVEL

Marc Gebuis, MSc Bachelor C R E D I T S 0,0 P E R I O D 28 July-1 August 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 850 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR LEVEL

Dutch Language and Culture for Interpreters

Dutch Language for GermanSpeaking Students

Babel Language Institute

Babel Language Institute

This intensive one-week course is especially designed for interpreters. The course focuses on general legal Dutch language, culture and contemporary issues in Dutch society. The goal of the course is upgrading the interpreters’ passive knowledge of legal Dutch through lectures on topical issues, as well as improving their active command of the Dutch language (C-level).

Would you like to study at a Dutch university and do you need to learn the Dutch language fast and well? Is German your mother tongue or do you speak German at the level of a native speaker? Follow this intensive language course on B2 level to get ready for the NT2 State Exam. Last year our pass rate was 96%! Marc Gebuis, MSc Bachelor C R E D I T S 0,0 P E R I O D 30 June – 8 August 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 2175 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR LEVEL

Marc Gebuis, MSc Bachelor C R E D I T S 0,0 P E R I O D 21-25 July 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 850 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR LEVEL

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English Pre-Intermediate (B1) Babel Language Institute

Language

Do you need to improve your English and feel more confident in speaking English? In this course we will help you on your way. We will use a great variety of exercises to work on all your language skills! Conversation practice about everyday topics will increase your vocabulary and fluency. Grammar revision and vocabulary work are done in class as well as and same thing on a self-study basis. This B1 level course will provide you with the knowledge you need for more advanced courses! Marc Gebuis, MSc Bachelor C R E D I T S 0,0 P E R I O D 7 July-18 July 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 825 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR LEVEL

English Upper-Intermediate (B2+) Babel Language Institute Do you need to develop your English for work or study? In this course we will help you on your way. We will use a great variety in exercises to work on all your language skills. Conversation practice about everyday topics will increase your vocabulary and fluency. This course on B2+ level will provide you with the knowledge you need for more advanced courses. The focus in the course meetings is on speaking and practical exercises with an emphasis on cooperative work and task-based activities. Grammar revision and vocabulary work are done in class and on a self-study basis. Marc Gebuis, MSc Bachelor C R E D I T S 0,0 P E R I O D 4-15 August 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 825 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR LEVEL

English Intermediate (B2-)

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Babel Language Institute

This course on B2- level will provide you with the knowledge you need for more advanced courses. We will use a great variety of exercises to work on your listening, speaking, reading and writing skills. The focus in the course meetings is on speaking and practical exercises with an emphasis on cooperative work and task-based activities. Grammar revision and vocabulary work are done in class and on a self-study basis.

Do you need to improve your English? In this course we will help you on your way. We will use a great variety in exercises to work on all your language skills. Conversation practice about everyday topics will increase your vocabulary and fluency. This course on C1 level will provide you with the tools you need to fine-tune your English. The focus in the course meetings is on speaking and practical exercises with an emphasis on cooperative work and task-based activities. Grammar revision and vocabulary work are done in class and on a self-study basis.

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Intensive English: from PreIntermediate (B1) to Advanced (C1) Babel Language Institute S P E C I ATRACK L TRACK SPECIAL Do you need to improve your English? In this intensive course we will help you on your way. We will use a great variety in exercises to work on all your language skills. Conversation practice about everyday topics will increase your vocabulary and fluency. This intensive course will provide you with the tools you need to fine-tune your English. The focus in the course meetings is on speaking and practical exercises with an emphasis on cooperative work and task-based activities. Grammar revision and vocabulary work are done in class and on a self-study basis. Marc Gebuis, MSc Bachelor C R E D I T S 0,0 P E R I O D 7 July-29 August 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E â‚Ź 2645 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR

English for Academic Purposes Babel Language Institute This course helps you to write better academic papers in English, and to improve your spoken English. Throughout the course you will improve your fluency, vocabulary and your confidence when speaking English. You will be working on several aspects of writing, such as the structure of your paper, text cohesion and style issues. Your own written work will be used during this course as well. Besides, you will be practicing different aspects of presenting and you will receive feedback both from the language trainer and from the other participants. Marc Gebuis, MSc Bachelor C R E D I T S 0,0 P E R I O D 7-18 July, 21 July-1 August, 4-15 August, 18-29 August 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E â‚Ź 895 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR LEVEL

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Babel Language Institute

In this advanced communication course you continually speak English, develop your vocabulary, and refresh some grammar along the way. Your active participation in conversations on a wide variety of subjects will increase your fluency and confidence in English.

Preparing for the IELTS exam? Do this efficiently in our IELTS preparation course. You learn about the setup of the exam, practise test-taking strategies and develop your reading, writing, speaking and listening skills for the exam. Marc Gebuis, MSc Bachelor C R E D I T S 0,0 P E R I O D 7 July-18 July 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 895 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR

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Babel Language Institute

Babel Language Institute

Practise and improve your presentation skills in this training. You will enrich your language to communicate effectively and work on making your own presentations stand out. The course will focus on various aspects of giving a presentation: opening, closing, signposting the organisation, referring to visuals, handling questions, adopting the right body language, involving the audience. We will also look at useful language for the different aspects of a presentation in English.

This intensive two-week English language course focuses on the teaching methods and language used in the CLIL classroom. The course provides ample opportunities for hands-on teaching in English. An average day will consist of vocabulary development, exploration of new ideas and teaching practice and feedback. There will be plenty of opportunity for discussions on how to become a more effective communicator in the English classroom. Marc Gebuis, MSc Bachelor C R E D I T S 0,0 P E R I O D 7 July-18 July 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 995 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR

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Spanish Language for Beginners Babel Language Institute After completing this beginners’ course, students can understand and use familiar everyday expressions and very basic phrases aimed at the satisfaction of needs of a concrete type. They will be able to introduce themselves and others and can ask and answer questions about personal details such as where they live, people they know and things they own. Students will be able to interact in a simple way provided the other person talks slowly and clearly and is prepared to help. Marc Gebuis, MSc Bachelor C R E D I T S 0,0 P E R I O D 18 August-29 August 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 825 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR LEVEL

Masterclass: Public Speaking University College Roosevelt Academy (UU) A masterclass aimed at improving your speaking skills for presentations, lectures, meetings and job interviews. We will work on delivering clear, convincing and compelling speeches, using both theories from Classical Rhetoric and modern activities. The practical exercises and speaking assignments are designed to increase your confidence as a public speaker. We will also work on breathing, pitch, pace, clarity of articulation and body language. The course is taught by the lecturer in English and Rhetoric and former BBC radio newsreader, Dr Anya Luscombe at University College Roosevelt in Middelburg. dr. Anya Luscombe Bachelor C R E D I T S 0,0 P E R I O D 27 June 2014 L O C A T I O N Middelburg F E E € 195 Course + course materials + lunch COU RSE DI R ECTOR LEVEL

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Life Sciences Life Sciences are well represented in the course programme of the Utrecht Summer School. Students of medicine, veterinary medicine, pharmaceutical sciences and epidemiology can follow a wealth of courses in the summer of 2014, but also professionals will find courses in the Utrecht Summer School programme that fit their background and increase their knowledge and understanding of the subject. Life is bright in Life Sciences in Utrecht this summer!

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Risk is an integral part of life. We take, perceive, ignore and experience risks every day. The Utrecht University Institute for Risk Assessment Sciences (IRAS) investigates risks to human health. Our research focuses on risks related to chemical, biological, and physical agents in the environment, the work place and the food chain. During this twoweek residential summer school students will be introduced to the three approaches used in risk assessment: exposure assessment, toxicology (the science of poisons) and epidemiology (the science of public health).

This course focuses on the molecular mechanisms that turn a normal cell into a cancer cell. We will explore the regulation of cell cycle progression, the control of transcription regulation and the signaling networks that enable cells to execute vital processes such as growth, division and migration, and how malfunctioning of these processes may lead to tumour formation and metastasis.

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Cardiac Function in Health and Disease

Clinical and Translational Oncology

Faculty of Medicine (UU)

Faculty of Medicine (UU)

Cardiovascular diseases touch the lives of many patients. In this course we will focus on hot topics in cardiovascular research. Both clinical research and research carried out in preclinical labs will be covered. Students taking part will follow lectures, work on a group assignment and take part in lab practicals.

Enroll and find out how scientific knowledge is generated and translated into personalized treatment to improve survival and quality of life of patients with cancer. Meet the UMC Utrecht’s cancer researchers and medical specialists and work together with them in a multidisciplinary setting to determine treatment plans for real life patients.

Mieke Lumens, PhD Bachelor C R E D I T S 3 ECTS P E R I O D 18 August-29 August 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 835 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR

Dr. Teun P. de Boer Advanced Bachelor C R E D I T S 2 ECTS P E R I O D 18 August-29 August 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 1085 Course + course materials + housing

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H.M. Verkooijen, MD PhD Advanced Bachelor C R E D I T S 1,5 ECTS P E R I O D 11 August-15 August 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 500 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR LEVEL


Biology and Economy: the Basics

Fundamentals of Global Health

University College Roosevelt Academy (UU)

Introduction to Global Health aims to introduce the principles and scope of global health and healthrelated development strategies. The course introduces participants to the history, origins and current trends in global health. It addresses health-related development strategies, such as the Millennium Development Goals, considering social determinants of health and health equity. Focusing on the principles of global health, participants will learn about the concepts on measurement of health, demographic trends, burden of disease, and epidemiological transition. Further topics addressed include global health governance, key institutions and their agendas, roles and responsibilities and international partnerships for research and development.

This course addresses the fundamentals and practicalities of the Biobased Economy: the biological basis and the economical aspects. During the first 2 days the Biological principles will be discussed by a panel of (international) experts. On the 2 following days of the course we will focus on the roadmaps for a sustainable economical transition in complex situations. A major aspect will be the so-called circular economy, as applied to the bio based economy.  Fieldtrips to several pilot projects with the province of Zeeland are part of the course. Prof. dr. Ger Rijkers Master C R E D I T S 2 ECTS P E R I O D 23 June-27 June 2014 L O C A T I O N Middelburg F E E € 595 Course + course materials COU RSE DI R ECTOR LEVEL

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Dr. K. Klipstein-Grobusch Master C R E D I T S 1,5 ECTS P E R I O D 7 July-11 July 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 750 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR LEVEL

Exploring Nature’s Molecular Machines

Mathematical Modelling of Infectious Diseases

Faculty of Science (UU)

Faculty of Medicine (UU)

We will focus on the chemical principles underlying protein structure and function and how proteins fold and assemble into complex “molecular machines”. The students will be introduced to advanced methods in structural and molecular biology and biophysics for decoding the cellular protein machinery at atomic resolution. We will examine how malfunction of specific components can lead to systemic failure and disease. The school will combine theory (lectures, tutorials) with experiments in research laboratories.

The focus will be on the dynamics of infectious diseases, the analysis of transmission patterns in various populations and methods to assess the effectiveness of control strategies. This course introduces students to the conceptual ideas and mathematical tools needed for infectious diseases, the analysis of transmission patterns in various populations and methods to assess the effectiveness of control strategies. The principles of modelling will be addressed in the first week of the course and expanded to more in-depth level in the advanced second week of the course.

Dr. S.G.D. Rüdiger Master C R E D I T S 3 ECTS P E R I O D 7 July-18 July 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 835 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR LEVEL

Mirjam Kretzschmar Master C R E D I T S 3 ECTS P E R I O D 7 July-18 July 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 1735 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR LEVEL

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Laboratory Animal Science

Regenerative Medicine

Faculty of Veterinary Medicine (UU)

Faculty of Medicine (UU)

The objective of this two-week intensive course in laboratory animal science is to present basic facts and principles that are essential for the human use and care of animals and for the quality of research. During the course the acquisition of teaching materials can be discussed with the course committee.

Learn about how regenerative medicine may hold the potential to bring (human and animal) therapies from the lab into the clinic. The convergence of science, technology and medicine in Utrecht are highlighted in this week-long course. This course is comprised of meeting experts, patients, hands-on bench work, and demonstrations.

Monica Oostveen, Irene Bos Master C R E D I T S 3 ECTS P E R I O D 30 June-11 July 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E â‚Ź 3435 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR LEVEL

C O U R S E D I R E C T O R Jos Malda, Koen Braat, Bart Spee, Jetze Visser, Sarah Opitz L E V E L Master C R E D I T S 1,5 ECTS P E R I O D 7 July-11 July 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E â‚Ź 900 Course + course materials + housing


Biological Agents: Environmental Exposure Assessment and Human Health Risk Analyses

Diagnostic Avian and Exotic Animals Pathology

Faculty of Veterinary Medicine (UU)

In this course the student is trained to perform postmortem diagnostics based on protocols, and to formulate, based on this diagnosis, the pathogenesis, the etiology and significance of the pathological conclusion for the contact animals. The animal species included are: mammals (zoo animals, rabbits, rodents and other privately kept animals); birds (zooand park birds, back-yard poultry, aviary birds, pet birds and racing pigeons); reptiles, amphibians and occasionally fish and insects.

One week course to get acquainted with exposure assessment and health risk analyses of components of biological origin including the diverse environmental compartments and the different routes of transmission. An introduction to the different types of biological agents will be given (micro-organisms, viruses, noninfectious agents (e.g. endotoxin, allergen)). The principles of exposure assessment for biological agents and measurement strategies will be discussed. The principle of risk assessment will be lectured. The topics will be covered through lectures, a practical, and through application of the content of the lectures in case-studies.

Faculty of Veterinary Medicine (UU)

Dr. Marja JL Kik, DVM, PhD Advanced Master

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7 July-15 August 2014 Utrecht â‚Ź 1875 Course + course materials + housing

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Environmental and Occupational Epidemiology

Infection meets Immunity

Faculty of Veterinary Medicine (UU)

This course illustrates the intricate balance between infection and immunity in the human host. The course will start by refreshing your knowledge in Immunology and Microbiology. Themes that will be discussed include: Memory in the Immune System, Immune Tolerance, Intracellular Pathogens, Clinical Immunology, Clinical Bacteriology and Public Health. The second part of the programme is dedicated to those areas where infection and immunity meet, such as Vaccines and Microbial Immune Evasion. On the final day you can apply all your knowledge in a scientific debate within the central theme: Infection meets Immunity.

The objective of the course is to provide the student with insight in the principles and important issues of environmental and occupational epidemiology. Topics that are covered include time series analyses, assessment of dose-response relationships, use of geographic information systems in exposure assessment, retrospective cohort studies, ecological studies, (correction for) measurement error in exposure and interpretation of studies on mortality (life expectancy versus body counts). Theory will be illustrated by current and emerging topics like climate change and electromagnetic fields.

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Dr. Erna van Wilsem Advanced Master C R E D I T S 3 ECTS P E R I O D 4 August-15 August 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 750 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR

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Gerard Hoek, PhD L E V E L Advanced Master C R E D I T S 3 ECTS P E R I O D 23 June-4 July 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 1500 Course + course materials + housing

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3D Printing and Biofabrication

Neural Circuit Development and Plasticity

Faculty of Medicine (UU) Additive manufacturing (3D printing) uses a layer-bylayer principle for manufacturing. This one-week course will provide insight in the opportunities of additive manufacturing technologies and 3D printing in biomedical applications. It will provide the basics of 3D printing, including a workshop. In addition, it will also provide insight in the challenges encountered when translating 3D printing to biofabrication. Dr. Jos Malda Advanced Master C R E D I T S 1,5 ECTS P E R I O D 14 July-18 July 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 1000 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR LEVEL

Faculty of Medicine (UU) Our summerschool is aimed at advanced master students and starting PhD students with the goal to teach them on recent advances in neural circuit development and plasticity from an interdisciplinary perspective. This will be achieved in two ways: first, a series of lectures by renowned international speakers and second, participants work on assignments that require extensive discussion between lecturers, organizers and participants. Our goal is to inspire young scientist at an early stage of their career by providing them with new insights, provocative thoughts and a networks of peers. Dr. Corette J. Wierenga Advanced Master C R E D I T S 2 ECTS P E R I O D 18 August-22 August 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 550 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR LEVEL

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Pharmacoeconomics

Pharmaceutical Policy Analysis

Faculty of Science (UU)

Faculty of Science (UU)

The course will start with the basics of pharmacoeconomics and then provide a broader insight and cover the issues described above from a governmental, industry and regulatory perspective. All lecturers have extensive experience in the field and come from universities, regulatory bodies and pharmaceutical industry. You will experience an intensive programme covering the following topics: concepts in pharmacoeconomics, pharmacoeconomics and regulatory, pharmacoeconomics and orphan drugs, the possibilities and limitations of pharmacoeconomics, experiences in HTA around the world.

Medicines are among the most regulated products in society. From the earliest stages onward, policy makers want to foster the development of safe, effective and affordable medicines for patients. When a drug reaches the market, it is the beginning of a process of complex interactions between patients, prescribers, insurers, pharmaceutical companies and governments. Furthermore, the inequity in access to medicines is still a defining characteristic of the global pharmaceutical market place. This course will give insight into current developments in pharmaceutical policy making and gives a better understanding of the methods available for analysing the effects of policy interventions.

C O U R S E D I R E C T O R Dr. Anke Hövels, Prof. dr. Jan Raaijmakers L E V E L Advanced Master C R E D I T S 0,0 P E R I O D 14 July- 18 July 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 1150 Course + course materials + housing

Pharmacoepidemiology and Drug Safety

C O U R S E D I R E C T O R Dr. A. Mantel-Teeuwisse, Dr. K. de Joncheere, Prof. dr. B. Leufkens L E V E L Advanced Master C R E D I T S 0,0 P E R I O D 7 July-11 July 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 1150 Course + course materials + housing

BioBusiness Utrecht Life Sciences (UU/UMC/HU/Danone)

Faculty of Science (UU) With the prospect that innovative drug therapies will be introduced in the coming years, society demands new approaches and concepts for comparative risk/benefit evaluation. Assessment of safety and risk management of different drug therapies is done in the framework of observational epidemiological studies (proof of ‘safetyproof’ of ‘effectiveness’). This is the logical next step after randomized clinical trials, which are designed to provide evidence of a drugs ‘efficacy’.

The BioBusiness Summer School is an international course that introduces you to the business world of life sciences. The intensive five-day programme deals with business subjects such as product development, intellectual property rights, business models, entrepreneurship and finance. The course is developed to support you in your career (orientation) in industry and to increase your understanding of business aspects of Life Sciences. Haifen Hu PhD level C R E D I T S 0,0 P E R I O D 16 June-20 June 2014 L O C A T I O N Amsterdam F E E € 950 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR LEVEL

Dr. Olaf Klungel Advanced Master C R E D I T S 0,0 P E R I O D 30 June-4 July 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 1150 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR LEVEL

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Social Sciences Under the heading Social Sciences, Utrecht Summer School offers courses on education studies, conflict management, mediation and human geography. Various statistics courses are also offered in the context of this field. The courses are aimed at bachelor and master level and offer a varied and wide offer. So surely there is a course that is right for you!

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S U G G E ST E D CO M B I N AT I O N S Of course it is possible to combine successive courses. You can make your own combination of courses that meet your personal requirements. Sometimes, combining will get you a discount off of the total course fee. Please see the course descriptions on our website for detailed information.   Introduction to L1 and L2 acquisition Introduction to Generative Syntax Bilingualism Linguistics Combination Course (1 week) Evolution of Language Psycholinguistics Statistics for Experimental Linguists Linguistics Combination course (1 week) Survey Research: Design, Implementation, and Data Processing Survey Research: Statistical Analysis and Estimation Survey Methodology Combination Course (2 weeks) Introduction to Structural Equation Modelling using Mplus Advanced course on using Mplus Mplus Combination Course (2 weeks)

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Contemporary and International Conflict Management

Migration, Integration and Ethnic Relations

Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences (UU)

This course introduces students to sociological, psychological and interdisciplinary social scientific theories and empirical research on international migration, reactions of the host society, and the integration of immigrants and their children. The approach is analytical and empirical and focuses on international migration, acculturation, stereotyping and prejudice, discrimination, political mobilisation, extreme-right wing voting, ethnic segregation in social networks, and ethnic inequality in the labor market.

Conflict management has become a prominent field of inquiry and practice in three main areas: scholarly, policy-oriented, and operational. In this setting, the course aims to enhance understanding of violent conflict and conflict management. The sessions deal with the recent cases of Syria, Lebanon, the DRC, Liberia, Sudan and Sri Lanka as illustrative examples, but also study other conflicts around the world. Prof. dr. Georg Frerks Bachelor C R E D I T S 3 ECTS P E R I O D 21 July-1 August 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E â‚Ź 1115 Course + course materials + housing

Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences (UU)

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Dr. Marcel Coenders Bachelor C R E D I T S 3 ECTS P E R I O D 18 August-29 August 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E â‚Ź 865 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR LEVEL


Contemporary Cities, Challenges and Opportunities

Conflict Resolution and Mediation Skills

Faculty of Geosciences (UU)

Society and Law (HU)

Cities are both economic engines, dynamic, creative, cultural hubs and concentrations of poverty, inequality, pollution and congestion. While the benefits of urban life are plentiful, these challenges continue to grow. The aim of this two week course is to better understand the major challenges and opportunities confronting European and North American cities in the 21st Century. Specific attention will be paid to Dutch cities, through a combination of lectures, seminars and fieldtrips to Amsterdam, Rotterdam and Eindhoven.

In the course you will get familiar with theories concerning communication, conflict and conflict styles. During the training you practice skills and acquire insight in your own conflict behaviour as well as in the mediation process and the skills of the mediator. After this course you will be able to resolve your own conflict and to act as a mediator in a conflict between others.

Brian Doucet Bachelor C R E D I T S 3 ECTS P E R I O D 7 July-18 July 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E â‚Ź 895 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR LEVEL

Margreet Breukelaar Bachelor C R E D I T S 3 ECTS P E R I O D 18 August-28 August 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E â‚Ź 1115 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR LEVEL

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Alternative education

Evolution of Language

Education and Pedagogics (HU)

Faculty of Humanities (UU)

This course offers an introduction to the theory and practice of alternative education. Develop your ideas about what kind of teacher you want to be and how to create a classroom atmosphere based on having confidence in children, with room to develop their own potential. Ideas as independence and responsibility for oneself as well as for others play an important part. In alternative schools children’s needs and the relationship with the teacher are dealt with in an innovative way.

Human language is complex and results from interacting simpler systems, which may have a long evolutionary history of its own. Nevertheless, the way these modules are integrated into a working system has been novel as well as recent. Relevant issues that will be addressed in this course include: uniquely human and/or linguistic; evaluation of core properties of human language from gestural or vocal systems of animal communication; evaluation gradual or saltational and exaptive; the primary function of language as communication or an efficient way of organising cognitive systems.

Joske van Dulmen Bachelor C R E D I T S 1,5 ECTS P E R I O D 7 July-11 July 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 750 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR LEVEL

Teacher Competences for Inclusive Education Education and Pedagogics (HU) This course is an introduction in the theory and practice of inclusive education. Develop your inclusive attitudes, values and practices as a teacher. In expert meetings and workgroups, activities are organized around the main question: what competences do teachers need to be competent inclusive teachers? We’ll discover and discuss different ways to organize education for all, based on different views on learning and on the development of children. This course is very interesting for teacher training students as well as for starting professionals. Joske van Dulmen Bachelor C R E D I T S 1,5 ECTS P E R I O D 7 July-11 July 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 750 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR LEVEL

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Dr. Maaike Schoorlemmer Bachelor C R E D I T S 0,0 P E R I O D 25 August-29 August 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 350 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR LEVEL


Introduction to L1 and L2 acquisition

Introduction to Generative Syntax

Faculty of Humanities (UU)

Faculty of Humanities (UU)

This course starts from the introduction of young children acquiring their native language (Li). Then it explores the acquisition of a second language (L2) after their childhood. Major issues, such as critical period, in L2 acquisition will be discussed. The course covers the development of phonemes, syllable structures, stress, intonation and words both in Li and L2. The acquisition of a variety of languages will be presented. During this course, students will learn how to analyze Li and L2 data from literature and corpora.

In this course, students will be taught the basics of the theoretical framework evolved from and based on Chomsky (1981). One of Chomsky’s main innovations was to give linguistics the formal tools to study language. The formal tools of generative linguistics enabled linguists to explore the complexity of sentence structure and sentence meaning. The theory accounts for the creativity of human language; the characteristic that makes human language unlike the communication system of any other animal. Topics covered will include phrase structure, complementation, case and theta-theory, and movement.

Dr. Maaike Schoorlemmer Bachelor C R E D I T S 0,0 P E R I O D 18 August-22 August 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 350 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR LEVEL

Dr. Maaike Schoorlemmer Bachelor C R E D I T S 0,0 P E R I O D 18 August-22 August 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 350 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR LEVEL

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Bilingualism Faculty of Humanities (UU)

Statistics for Experimental Linguists

Ask someone their opinion on bilingualism and you’re likely to hear statements such as: learning two languages from birth confuses children and impairs their cognitive development’, ‘Bilingual children can’t speak either of their two languages properly’ or ‘You can only become bilingual if you start acquiring your second language as a young child.’ Though common currency among the general public, each of these statements is in fact a myth. In this course, you will discover why this is the case as we review some of the most important findings from the research on bilingual children.

Faculty of Humanities (UU)

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Dr. Maaike Schoorlemmer Advanced Bachelor C R E D I T S 0,0 P E R I O D 18 August-22 August 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 350 Course + course materials + housing

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Psycholinguistics

The Art of Logical Thinking

Faculty of Humanities (UU)

University College Roosevelt Academy (UU)

This course will explore the notion of ‘first-person’ in language, psychology, and neuroscience. We will tryto understand what we mean when we say 1, me, mine, what is the mental object, if there is one, that corresponds to our intuitive notion of ‘self, and what are the neurological underpinnings of our capacities of self-awareness and self-reference. The course does not presuppose previous knowledge of the subject or background knowledge of linguistics, psychology, or neurocognitive science.

The Art of Logical Thinking emphasizes reasoning skills by introducing students to formal and informal logic, including syllogisms, inductive and deductive arguments, and logical fallacies most commonly encountered in speech and writing. The course looks at how to identify and formulate arguments, as well as gain tools for testing the structure of those arguments. Lastly, the course will introduce causal reasoning and how every arena of human endeavor applies causal reasoning in its day to day affairs.

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Dr. Maaike Schoorlemmer Advanced Bachelor C R E D I T S 0,0 P E R I O D 25 August-29 August 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 350 Course + course materials + housing

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This crash course is meant as a basic introduction to statistical treatment of experimental data. Attention will be given to description of data, and to basic ideas such as sampling, chance levels and hypothesis testing. Furthermore, the question of how to design an experiment that might prove/disprove your theory will be discussed. The programme is rather ambitious, so students should prepare the assigned chapters before coming to class. In class, the material will be discussed and we will go into some of the exercises. Dr. Maaike Schoorlemmer Advanced Bachelor C R E D I T S 0,0 P E R I O D 25 August-29 August 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 350 Course + course materials + housing

Prof. dr. David Aiken Advanced Bachelor C R E D I T S 6 ECTS P E R I O D 17 June-8 July 2014 L O C A T I O N Middelburg F E E € 1140 Course + course materials + housing

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Public Media in China? Faculty of Humanities (UU)

Social Sciences

It is hard to understand Chinese media and Chinese press system. There is no single narration that can fully describe Chinese press. This course aims to provide a better understanding to Chinese media. First, it will discuss what the term “public media” means and try to use it in Chinese context. Then the course will introduce press systems in China - the eco environment of Chinese media, using media in big cities like Guangzhou, Beijing, Shanghai, Hong Kong and Taiwan as cases. There is no other way to understand China unless you understand its media. Paul van den Hoven Advanced Bachelor C R E D I T S 1,5 ECTS P E R I O D 11 August-14 August 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 500 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR LEVEL

Applied Multivariate Analysis Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences (UU) This course offers hands-on experience using SPSS for the most frequently encountered multivariate statistical techniques in the social and behavioural sciences. The emphasis is on applying multivariate techniques using the computer programme SPSS, and on how to interpret SPSS output in substantive terms. We do not discuss the mathematical details of these techniques. Dr. Ellen Hamaker Advanced Bachelor C R E D I T S 3 ECTS P E R I O D 18 August-29 August 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 885 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR LEVEL

Land Governance for Development Faculty of Geosciences (UU) Land is again a priority in international development research and cooperation. New actors are buying up large tracts of land in developing countries for growing export crops and biofuel crops, but also for tourism, mining, industrial development and nature conservation. As a result, access to and use of land is being reshaped profoundly. Land governance in developing countries has to find ways to deal with multiple pressures and competing claims. This course will introduce students to the multiple dimensions of land governance in Africa, Asia, Latin America and beyond. Femke van Noorloos Master C R E D I T S 3 ECTS P E R I O D 7 July-18 July 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 895 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR LEVEL

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Survey Research: Design, Implementation, and Data Processing

Survey Research: Statistical Analysis and Estimation

Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences (UU)

The course is based on a total survey error perspective and discusses the major sources of survey error. Participants will be presented with tools for detection and adjustment of such errors. Analysis methods are introduced using both SPSS and R. Topics include complex sampling, nonresponse adjustment, measurement error and analysis of incomplete data. Special attention will be given to the analysis of complex surveys that include weighting, stratification and design effects.

Changes in technology and society strongly influence modern survey research. This course covers the essentials of survey methodology and analysis. Topics include state of the art survey design, questionnaire construction and testing, modes of data collection, including online surveys and mixed mode design, data processing and survey analysis techniques, such as nonresponse analysis and scale and index construction. Best practice guidelines for phases of survey from design to implementation, analysis and reporting will be discussed. International comparative and longitudinal surveys are included. Prof. dr. E.D. de Leeuw Master C R E D I T S 1,5 ECTS P E R I O D 11 August-15 August 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E â‚Ź 800 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR LEVEL

Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences (UU)

Prof. dr. E.D. de Leeuw Master C R E D I T S 1,5 ECTS P E R I O D 18 August-22 August 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E â‚Ź 800 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR LEVEL

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Advanced course on using Mplus

Social Sciences

Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences (UU) If you already know how to analyze your data in Mplus, but want to learn more about what you are actually doing, or if you want to know more about complex analyses, this course is for you. The course consists of in-depth lectures, lectures discussing complex models, and one day on Bayesian analyses. Dr. Rens van de Schoot Master C R E D I T S 1,5 ECTS P E R I O D 25 August-29 August 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 800 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR LEVEL

Introduction to Structural Equation Modelling using Mplus Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences (UU) The main objective of this course is to learn how to analyze several models with Mplus (e.g., path models, multiple group models, cross-lagged models, CFA, EFA, growth models, introduction to Bayesian models). No previous knowledge of Mplus is assumed, but prior knowledge of SEM, however not mandatory, will make this course more useful. Dr. Rens van de Schoot Master C R E D I T S 1,5 ECTS P E R I O D 18 August-22 August 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 800 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR LEVEL

Introduction to Multilevel Analysis

Democracy, Slavery and the Decolonial Option

Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences (UU)

University College Roosevelt (UU)

This course will teach you the theoretical basics of multilevel modeling and some important mehodological and statistical issues. You will also learn how to analyze multilevel data sets with the HLM programme, to interpret the output and to report the results. The benefits of multilevel analysis are discussed both in theory as with empirical examples.

Today, the idea of “democracy” that was globalized through European imperial expansions is no longer the only way to conceive and organize harmonic and convivial societies. The crisis of “western democracy” demands closer examination and invites us to seriously consider other conceptions to achieve peaceful futures. The seminar will address the question of democracy in the light of the historical connections between “civilisation and slavery” and “modernity and coloniality”.

Dr. Leoniek Wijngaards-de Meij Master C R E D I T S 1,5 ECTS P E R I O D 7 July-10 July 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 750 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR LEVEL

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Dr. Rolando Vazquez Master C R E D I T S 6 ECTS P E R I O D 16 June-1 July 2014 L O C A T I O N Middelburg F E E € 950 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR LEVEL


Excellent Learning through Teaching Excellence

CLIL Methodology for Teachers in Higher Education

University College Roosevelt (UU)

IVLOS Institute of Education (UU)

In this course we aim to address the issues that allow experienced teachers to become excellent teachers. In order to do that we will look into the principles of course design, syllabus design and course initiation, presentation and implementation. As well into the nonverbal aspects of excellent teaching, such as voice and speech. An essential aspect of excellent teaching is that teachers and students establish a highly fruitful working relationship. This highly exclusive seminar is a cooperation between University College Roosvelt and the Harvard University ‘Derek Bok Center’.

A CLIL (content and language integrated learning) methodology course for teachers and lecturers working through English in higher education (HE). The course is for people who would like to improve their CLIL methodology skills. Participants will develop and improve their understanding, expertise and skills related to CLIL in higher education.

Dr. Rene Diekstra Master C R E D I T S 0,0 P E R I O D 23 June-26 June 2014 L O C A T I O N Middelburg F E E € 1840 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR

Jason Skeet Master C R E D I T S 2 ECTS P E R I O D 7 July- 11 July 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 1320 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR LEVEL

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CLIL (Content and Language Integrated Learning) for Secondary School Teachers

Biofuels Versus Food Production in a Globalising World

IVLOS Institute of Education (UU)

Biofuel production remains highly controversial. First, biofuel production, such as oil palm, stimulates rural development, but is also said to cause widespread environmental degradation and compete with food production land. Related to climate change, supporters of biofuels say that biofuel are an alternative low carbon fuel. However, opponents state that most biofuel production replaces forests, thereby increasing CO2 emissions. This course will introduce participants to these multiple dimensions of biofuels from an interdisciplinary perspective, focussing on countries in Africa and Asia. Students will gain the interdisciplinary perspective on biofuels from conservationists, NGOs, the private sector and the academic world.

A professional development course aimed at teachers, trainee teachers, programme coordinators, and lecturers working in secondary school bilingual education teaching through English. This hands-on course draws on over fifteen years of experience in bilingual education in the Netherlands. It will develop your CLIL skills, understanding and expertise, and inspire you with a range of practical activities for your CLIL lessons. Jason Skeet Master C R E D I T S 2 ECTS P E R I O D 18 August-22 August 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 1320 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR LEVEL

Faculty of Geosciences (UU)

Femke van Noorloos Advanced Master C R E D I T S 3 ECTS P E R I O D 7 July-18 July 2014 L O C A T I O N Utrecht F E E € 895 Course + course materials + housing COU RSE DI R ECTOR LEVEL

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