Where: University of Applied Sciences Karlsruhe, Moltkestrasse 30, 76133 Karlsruhe. Get to know the University of Applied Sciences, Karlsruhe (youtube.com)
When:13-17 June 2023
Financial Information: The INGENIUM Summer School pays for travel expenses and accommodation.
For more information: Call for applications (pdf), you can also contact email@example.com
👉 Application deadline was May 10th.
A free five-day summer school with an intercultural theme
The summer school brings together students from all 10 INGENIUM members in Europe to explore, reflect, and create within a narrative space that fosters interdisciplinary collaboration and cross-cultural understanding. The INGENIUM Summer School aims to provide students with an enriching and transformative experience that deepens their understanding of language, culture, and diversity.
Participating students will return to their home universities as the founding members of the INGENIUM alumni network with the purpose of acting as INGENIUM Ambassadors with an ever-growing network of students all over Europe.
Who can apply?
The INGENIUM Summer School is open to undergraduate students (preferably in their first or second year) from the 10 INGENIUM universities. Students from diverse disciplines, backgrounds, and nationalities are encouraged to apply.
- Interactive seminars led by renowned experts in the fields of language, culture, and diversity
- Immersive activities that facilitate cross-cultural exchanges and experiential learning
- Opportunities for personal growth, environmental awareness, and global citizenship
- Networking opportunities with students from diverse European universities
- Collaborative projects that foster interdisciplinary skills and intercultural understanding
- Final presentations of student-created projects in the form of a picture book and a short video
What is INGENIUM?
Since the beginning of 2023, the University of Skövde is, together with nine other universities, part of the European university INGENIUM. The alliance aims to develop cooperation between the universities, but also with the surrounding society.
Among other things, INGENIUM will develop joint educations at different levels. It will make it easier for both students and employees to study and work at one of the other universities. The alliance will also become an international benchmark for sustainable development, innovation, critical thinking and high-quality research.
INGENIUM hope to see you in Karlsruhe!