Bayreuth International Summer School
14 - 18 July 2014
The Bayreuth International Summer School 2014 consists of 8 courses, each one specialised in a different area of study and research. All courses are conducted in english by international guest lecturers and will take place over the duration of one week. Participants have the opportunity to theoretically and practically engage for approximately 6 hours each day in various seminars and discussions.
For a short survey of the courses and frame conditions please have a look at the following preliminary BISS 2014 Flyer.
The detailed program, schedules and terms are going to be announced in brief.
For the registration of the biophysics course please use the online registration form.
Learning and working in a small group of max. 15-20 international participants.
Participants will receive a certificate with ECTS credits. For detailed amounts of the ECTS credits, please check the program informations of the particular courses.
First Course Details announced for the Law and Material Science Program
Draft Program Health Care Management
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The Campus Akademie is a special department of the university, responsible for further education and event management. Therefore together with the International Office the Campus Akademie hosts the annual Bayreuth International Summer School.
The International Office advises international students and scholars who are studying, teaching, and doing research at the University of Bayreuth. In addition to assisting students, we function as the university's point of contact for international affairs as well as being responsible for maintaining the university's international relations and partnerships.