Summer and winter schools organised by partner universities

Summer and winter schools run by foreign universities, partners of our university in international networks. These courses offer interesting opportunities for studying abroad. Students of the University of Bologna, who wish to apply for one of the courses, must address directly to the partner university organizing the summer or winter school.
Published Winter school "The EU at a Glance"
Founded in 1425, KU Leuven is considered to be one of the most prestigious research universities in Europe. It is in 45th place in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings and in 70th place in the QS World University Rankings.
Published Winter School Barcelona: Planetary Wellbeing
The EUROPAEUM and the Universitat Pompeu Fabra would like to invite 20-25 students to Barcelona to discuss Planetary Health and Planetary Wellbeing and ask if it is possible to integrate the Humans and the Planet in a single concept? The primary goal of the 2022 Winter School is to increase knowledge and understanding of the set of complex, interrelated and systemic issues affecting the wellbeing of humans, animals and the planet itself.
Published Metabolé: Crisis and Transformation in Antiquity
Metabolé is a Greek word usually rendered as "revolution" or "transformation" at the same time: it was used by Aristotle in a very significant way in his philosophical works in order to designate a process of change implying both destruction and generation of things.
Published TU Berlin Winter University Online 2022
The Winter University runs for four weeks from January 3rd-28th, 2022. All courses commence with one week of reading and preparation (to be completed on-demand), followed by three weeks of online studies including live lectures, tutorials and group work. All courses are accredited with 6 ECTS.
Published Online winter schools University of Masaryk
Masaryk University is located in the judicial capital of the Czech Republic making it a perfect location to study law. This online course takes students through different aspects of international law and how human rights intersect with it. Students will have site visits to the UN in Vienna and Radio Free Europe to discuss how Human Rights intersects with their fields.
Published The Discovery of Modernity - Vienna Around 1900
The two-week program combines first class academic courses with an extensive social and cultural program. Vienna’s rich cultural heritage, especially the museums, will lead to a thorough understanding of the input of the fin-de-siècle on the modernization of Europe.