Europe: Diversity and Migration
Summer school going digital
Gain insights to understand the current transformation of Europe with regard to diversity and migration.
Due to the ongoing evolution of the covid-19 pandemic, the physical version of the summer school is cancelled. We are however happy to inform you that a full-fledged digital alternative is developed, offering the same inspiring content, interdisciplinary approach and collaborative environment as the physical version does. The online course takes place from 28 June – 9 July 2021.
In for an online adventure along with like-minded people from all over the world? Read along and submit your application now before 1 June 2021.
For more information on this online alternative, click here.
The course schedule has been remodeled into an intensive two-week programme, containing theoretical lectures, interactive workshops and several discussion opportunities. Each day will consist of maximum of 4 hours of live sessions, complemented with independent study and group work activities. The approach and content remain unchanged, except for the site visits and city walks that obviously can’t take place. More information can be found in the content description below.
The summer school will be hosted via Blackboard Collaborate Ultra, the collaborative online learning platform of the University of Antwerp. Participants need to have a stable internet connection, a headset, a computer and a webcam. The summer school offers a variety of teaching methods. Most sessions will be held “live” as to enable interaction and debate. Interactive workshops and several breakout sessions will assure the exchange of knowledge and perspectives among the participants. Some theoretical or introductory sessions will be recorded and shared beforehand.