- Munich, Germany
- Program Type:
- Study Abroad
- Degree Level:
- Spring Break, Spring Semester, Summer, Winter Semester
- Program Description:
MISU Summer Academies are demanding courses or short-term research programs that cover the whole gamut of the natural sciences, social sciences, economics, and the humanities. MISU offers programs for all levels of study – for international bachelor’s,master’s and doctoral students, and for young professionals as well.
- All summer academies are conducted in English by distinguished faculty who are committed to excellence in research and teaching – a fantastic opportunity for you to grow as a future academic or professional, and as an individual.
- The courses last between two and ten weeks, with intensive teaching in small groups to optimize your engagement with the subject. Learning in class is usually combined with a range of independent study activities such as reading, preparing for classes, and completing assignments which deepen your knowledge of the subject and foster your ability to work in a self-motivated way.
- The Summer Academies are complemented by a cultural program designed to be enriching as well as great fun. They can also include German language instruction.
- Each Summer Academy is responsible for its own admissions. Please check the website of the course in which you wish to enroll for detailled information.
- Should you wish to transfer credit points to your home institution, please consult carefully with your advisor before choosing your Summer Academy.
- Summer School: Teaching Interventions Crossing Borders
- Amgen Scholars Program: From Molecules to Behavior
- Research Program in Nanoscience
Social and Political Sciences
- European Studies Intensive
- European Studies + German Language Class
- Middle East Studies
- European Studies Partner Programs
Economics and Communication
- Financial Statement Analysis and Valuation
- Electronic Media
- Management Practices and Corporate Communications in a Global Environment
- Munich University Summer Training in German and European Law
- Munich Advanced Course in International Law