Summer Schools at Partner Universities

Several partner institutions of Károli Gáspár University allow students and recent graduates to participate under preferential terms at the summer schools they organise.

2023

SUMMER SCHOOL I 2023

"The Right to Disagree - Human Rights and Freedom of Expression in Europe Today"

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12 June - 7 July 2023, IES, University of Tübingen

This program, taught in English, focuses on the importance of freedom of expression as a basic human right and as a core value of democratic societies in Europe today. How is freedom of expression under attack in Europe? What is populism and why is it a threat to democracy? What is the nature and intention of hate speech? Courses will rely on various scientific perspectives to focus on the challenges that European societies face, especially populist parties, and movements. We will also get out of the classroom and meet with European politicians and experts in these fields.

Application Deadline: 28 February 2023

SUMMER SCHOOL II 2023

"Quo vadis Europe? The EU and the Question of Identity"

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12 June - 7 July 2023, IES, University of Tübingen

This program, taught in English, deals with the general dynamics of European Integration and with the EU as a unique political system consisting of very diverse member states with distinct national cultures. The past decades have seen the emergence of a plethora of challenges that could threaten the community’s “we feeling” – hence, what held its societies together. Courses cover current European debates on the possibility of a European iden-tity and ask whether the EU is fit enough for the future. We will also get out of the classroom and meet with European politicians and experts in these fields.

Application Deadline: 28 February 2023

SUMMER SCHOOL III 2023

"The EU in Permanent Crises? Perspectives, Challenges, Solutions"

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1 August - 25 August 2023, IES, University of Tübingen

This program, taught in English, deals with the political and societal dynamics of European Integration and with the EU as a unique multi-level political system. The past years have seen the EU facing a lot of criticism from various sides and a plethora of challenges threaten the community - internally and externally - and what held its societies together for a long time. Hence, courses cover the current challenges Europe and the EU face today: Brexit, political fragmentation and radicalization, and war.​ We will also get out of the classroom and meet with European politicians and experts in these fields.

Application Deadline: 16 April 2023

GRAZ INTERNATIONAL SUMMER SCHOOL SEGGAU 2023

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2 - 15 July 2023, Seggau Castle - Leibnitz - Austria

For internationally oriented, highly motivated students from all disciplines and all levels who wish to deepen their understanding of current European and international affairs by studying and discussing global developments and challenges, reflecting aspects of individual and collective identities.

Application Deadline: 31 January 2023

 
 

 

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