Scholarship applicants: February 1 2016
Self-financed applicants: March 15 2016
After March 15, a supplementary round of admission for self-financed applicants may be considered, space permitting.
The International Summer School (ISS) is a learning community of diverse students who come together to study, interact and increase understanding and good will between nations. This requires friendliness, frankness and tolerance among all involved.
Every summer, from late June to early August, ISS welcome over 550 students from about 90 countries.
The International Summer School is an academic center for learning in an international context, and a forum for fostering intercultural understanding. It aims at developing and conveying knowledge and at promoting understanding between people from different cultures.
BACHELOR’S COURSES, taught in English:
MASTER’S COURSES, taught in English:
• International Community Health
- With over 3000 scholarship applicants, competition for scholarships is high and funds are limited, and only approximately 50 full scholarships and approximately 100 partial scholarships are granted each summer.
How to Apply:
- See if you are qualified to apply to the International Summer School. Admission requirements are different for Master’s and Bachelor’s courses.Finance
- Before applying, review the ISS program fees and scholarship information. The deadline for scholarship applicants is February 1 (confirmed), and the deadline for self-financing applicants is March 15 (tentative).
Choose your course(s)
Read the course descriptions and select the course(s) you want to apply for. If you are applying for more than one course, make sure the courses can be combined by checking our course schedule. Note: Master’s courses can only be combined with Afternoon seminars..
Scholarship applicants may only apply for ONE course. Read the course descriptions and select the course you want to apply for.
What kind of documentation you need to submit depends on whether or not you are applying for a scholarship.
See documentation requirements for:
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