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Applications can no longer be submitted,
the deadline was 1 April 2017
Preparations and exams
The Summer School represents an intensive period of study. Therefore, it is presumed that you prepare for the course in advance, since it is not possible to read the course literature in depth throughout the course.
When the University has registered you payment for the Summer School you will get access to the Course “Absalon room” where you will be able to find a list with the required readings for the course. You are requested to find and buy the central books for the course on your own. A number of texts and articles will be available from the electronic course platform Absalon within 2-3 weeks.
The Summer Schools course will be concluded with a free assignment (7.5 ECTS/10 ECTS). The dates for handing in the paper can be found in the "Exam schedule summer 2017". The Summer School seminars will be concluded with an individual seminar assignment (7.5 ECTS/10 ECTS). You lecturer will inform you when to hand in your assignment.
Cost and housing
The tuition fee is based on your nationality and not your residency. Students not enrolled at a Danish university will have to pay tuition fee.
Students who attend and have been nominated for exchange by a UCPH partner university can apply as an exchange student and will not be required to pay tuition fees on the condition that the course will be transferred to their education.
The tuition fee is:
|Danish Students enrolled
at a Danish University*
|Bachelor level||No tuition fee||DKK 2300||EURO 1700|
|Master level||No tuition fee||DKK 1725||EURO 1275|
*If you are Danish but not enrolled at a Danish University you will have to pay the fee as a “EU/EEA” student.
Please follow this link to learn more about what Copenhagen University can offer regarding housing and so forth: http://studies.ku.dk/summer/
The Department is offering a Summer Workshop for students enrolled at the department. The workshop will run from the 15th to the 17th of August 2017 with a two hour session all three days.
- Populism and Foreign Policy by Ipshita Basu
The first 30 students applying will be accepted to the workshop.