This summer school programme aims to help students and graduates improve their knowledge in the fields of political science, economics, social geography, management, media and their cultural knowledge of the country, to give students an experience of life in a foreign country that can be invaluable later in life. The programme includes short Lithuanian language crash course.

Location: Klaidepa, Lithuania.
One Session: August 16 - 31, 2017.
Academic Content: Social Policy in Europe, Cultural differences, Corruption and Prevention, Factors of Attractiveness for International Tourism Development in the Curonian Lagoon Region, Cluster Development Workshop, Crash course of Lithuanian.  
Language: English
ECTS Credits: 6 ECTS credits. Students will be able to demonstrate their successful course attendance and completion by presenting their Completion Certificate.
Number of participants: not mentioned.
Tuition Fees + other fees: The tuition fee for the 2017 session is 450 euros and 30 euros as registration fee. The Course fee includes tuition, all Course materials and cultural programme. The Cultural programme will include some lectures, tours around Klaipeda and some sites out of town.
Accommodation + board: Participants are expected to cover the costs of travel, living and accommodation themselves.


The programme is open to undergraduate students in law, humanities and social sciences.

The application process

Documents: Apply by filling in the online form and send a 1 page Motivation Letter and a copy of your passport to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
Deadlines: The application deadline is June 15, 2017.

Why this summer school?

“Klaipeda University is the leader of a multidisciplinary national and Baltic Sea Region research and studies, promoter of cultural heritage, and lifelong learning center integrated in international academic networks. The short and intensive programme of the Summer School in the field of Social Sciences will offer interesting courses and cultural workshops/field trips ideal for international students.”

For more information, please visit the official website.

By Vasiliki Fasoula.

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