International Summer School in Spain at UDC
The International Summer School´s Universidade da Coruña was set in 2014 and is offering a wide selection of three-week intensive courses taught by international faculty from law and business sciences up to science and technology. Dozens of professors and hundreds of students from more than 40 countries participated in this experience. The courses had an academic load of 6 ECTS credits and were recognized by the University of A Coruña and by dozens of universities around the world as credits for their own degrees.
The degree, master or doctorate students, as well as senior and professional students, can participate in the ISS.
Compact Data Structures, English for Academic Research, Host-parasite Immune Interactions, Power of Persuasion and Negotiation Skills…
The summer school will take place in the campus located in La Corogne. I invite you to take a look at this video 😉
Optional: Spanish language courses
The International Summer School will provide supplementary courses in Spanish language to interested foreign students. Students will be allocated to different groups according to their levels. These courses will have a duration of 28 hours and will only be available to students taking some of the main courses offered by the ISS. Scholarships available to students from selected countries do not cover these supplementary Spanish language courses.
Students will receive, on their acceptance email, instructions to register on the Spanish language course.
Spanish courses will be held from Monday to Friday from 09:00 to 11:00.
The deadline will be on 30th June 2018.
Applicants are encouraged to apply as early as possible. In addition to being able to secure a place in your preferred course, there is an early-bird price that also encourages you to apply early. If you require a visa, we advise you to apply at least one month before the ISS application deadline.
Presentation of the university
The University of A Coruña was founded under the Galician Universities Law 11/1989 on July 20th, 1989. The Constituent Assembly passed the University Statutes on the February 4th, 1992and these were published in the Official Bulletin (DOG) on September 17th, 1992.
The University of A Coruña is a public institution whose primary objective is the generation, management, and dissemination of culture and scientific, technological and professional knowledge through the development of research and teaching.