Courses

During the month of July we offer 2-week courses. Most courses are multi-disciplinary and are taught at various levels, from Bachelor to Master. The programme is suitable for graduate and undergraduate students as well as for PhD staff and professionals. The following entry requirements are set:

  • Bachelor: at least enrolled in 1st year of Bachelor studies 
  • Advanced Bachelor: at least enrolled in 2nd year of Bachelor studies 
  • Master: at least enrolled in final year of Bachelor studies - professionals need to have a Bachelor diploma

Session 1: 4 July - 18 July 2020

Session 2: 18 July - 1 August 2020

FIELD
SESSION 1
SESSION 2
Beta Science
Big Data in Society
Big Data Management and Analysis in Linux
Data Analysis in R
Disruptive 4.0 A Multidisciplinary Approach of Artificial Intelligence
Operations Research: A Mathematical Way to Optimize Your World
Programming for Beginners
Business and Economics
Creativity and Innovation (with Cardiff University)
Foundations of International Business
Organizational Behaviour Management
The Economics of Urbanization
Corporate Leadership
Fintech and Emerging Financing Models in a Dynamic World
Football Behaviour Management: How Conditioning Can Improve Conduct Within The Sport
Foundations of Strategy, How to Succeed as a Strategist
New Venture Creation and Entrepreneurship
Environmental Sciences
Governing Climate Change: Theory and Practice
The Global Energy Transition in a Fossil World

ealth SciencesNeurodegenerative Diseases: Foundation, Tools and Perspectives
Single Cell Technologies in Life Sciences
The Beautiful Mind: Global Perceptions of Mental Health
Analysis of EEG data in Matlab
Global Health
Nature and Nurture: Twin Research and Human Genetics
Out of my mind: Embodied Cognition, Mechanistic Explanation and Mental Disorder
Humanities, Theology and Languages
Decolonizing Europe: History, Memory, Redress (with Brown University)
Ethics: Moral Dilemmas (re-)considered in Light of Ethical Theorizing
Nederlandse Literatuur: (Post)kolonialisme, Joods Amsterdam en Schilderkunst (in Dutch)
The City Through a Philosopher's Eye
Amsterdam in Global Capitalism: 1500-present
Discover the Dutch: Language and Culture
Exploring Religious and Global Identity in Africa
Law and Criminology
International Criminal Justice
Law and Governance in Contemporary China (1990s-now)
Social SciencesHands-on Anthropology and Ethnographic Storytelling
How to Evaluate Psychological Interventions Through Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
How to Conduct a Meta-Analysis Using Open-Science Software