The Summer School is designed to last for 6 days and consists of about 35 contact hours and further several hours of scheduled reading and consultation time. The content of the School is a mixture of lectures, student presentations, consultation and reading sessions.
The activities open with a Welcome and Introduction session, in which the Summer School topics are introduced. A general open discussion, where all the lecturers are invited to briefly present their topics, can be organised to facilitate the students to become soon more familiar with the lecturers’ topics.
Each lecturer is expected to give a 3 hours
lecture. Each student is also expected to make a presentation of
40 minutes, which include also the time for questions and
Students' papers must be completed and sent to the Summer School Secretariat
by the 1st of June, 2019. In order to get prepared to the School,
students will receive in advance all the available teaching
and the papers presented by the other participants.
During consultation sessions students can
privately consult with lecturers. It is up to the students to ask
directly to a lecturer for a private meeting. Group consultations
be organised too. Private or group meetings during the
time can be held inside the classroom, which remains open until
of the consultation session, or in any other available space of
Campus such as in the cafeteria, in the beautiful garden
the campus or in the campus' common areas. It is up to the
lecturers to make the consultation as much formal or informal as
prefer. Also working groups can be organised during the
time. We strongly encourage all the students to take most
the consultation time from the very beginning of the School.
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