International Summer Term programme

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Next summer, the UAB will once again organise its International Summer Term, which teaches undergraduate subjects in a range of different fields. Courses are taught 100% in English.

Depending on your home university’s regulations, especially if it has a mobility programme in place with the UAB, it may be possible to transfer credits obtained to your own degree programme.

It is not necessary to submit academic supporting documents in order to enrol in the International Summer Term 2018 programme.

Students from universities belonging to the YERUN Network or to the ECIU Consortium have 20% off the enrolment price. When these students arrive in Barcelona, they must present an academic transcript from their home university. If they do not present it, they will have to pay the full price for the enrolment.

 

TEACHING PERIODS

25 June to 13 July 2018

SUBJECT PROFESSOR
Leadership, negotiation techniques Arantza Danés
Theory and analysis of television Belén Monclús and Matilde Delgado
Computers networks Sergi Robles, Carlos Borrego and M. Carmen del Toro
Ecological economics and degrowth principles Claudio Cattaneo
Introduction to nanoscience and nanotechnology M. José Esplandiu and Xavier Borrise
Planet Earth Joan Reche and Joan Poch
Introduction to translation and interpreting technologies Adrià Martín
Resources for teaching and learning English in infant and primary education Dolors Masats

16 July to 3 August 2018

SUBJECT PROFESSOR
European Economic integration Ferran Brunet
Geography of Global Change Graham Mortyn
Critical Thinking Pilar Dellunde
Fundamentals Psychobiology Elena Martín and Raúl Andero
History of Asia (bachelor's degree in East Asian Studies) Chiao-In Chen
Career development for the common good Carme Martínez-Roca

Structure

The International Summer Term courses are full-time, intensive programmes consisting of 60 hours over the three-week period.

Students spend the day on campus. Lectures take place in the mornings (9 a.m.–1 p.m.). In addition, students are recommended to spend between two and three hours per day on self-guided study.