EGS Summer Session offers courses during the summer for EGS students. We welcome qualified undergraduate students from other colleges and universities, students about to enter their last year in high school, as well as adult learners. Additional programs offered through EGS Summer Session include: Study Abroad, English Language Institute, Drama and Film, and Foreign Language Courses.
This is the time you can enjoy a summer program across Europe! For more information, please contact us at www.egs.education.
Registration deadline for summer 2015 will be at the end of the month of April 2015.
This is a 5-week program that includes 3 weeks in Paris and 2 weeks in London. It offers an exciting set of courses with a modern edge in the two, historically and artistically rich cities. This is an intensive program for students seeking a rigorous, comprehensive experience in a chosen area of concentration. For students pursuing a Degree, this program is equal to 9 credit hours.
In addition to studio classes, study trips to museums art shows etc. are also arranged for students. Students are also required to cooperate during affairs that will feature weekly guest speakers (practicing artists and designers), who will share their stories and career paths.
Summer Business School Program is an intensive business program that aims to help undergraduates from all around the world. The course intends to show students and nurture them with thoughts from three different cities: Paris, London and Barcelona. It encourages students to participate in seminars and tutorials to develop their learning more about Global and International Macroeconomics, Financial Crisis and Policy Responses, International Taxation, Development Economics, Behavioral Economics, and other progressive economic disciplines. What’s more, students are given the chance to have study trips to various organizations and businesses in the cities
For students pursuing a Degree, this program is equal to 9 credit hours and has duration of about four weeks.
The course offers students an introduction to issues and ideas in International Relations. It is intended for people who have interest in the way modern relations affect nations, how people have evolved and how they are able to adapt in many changes in a globalizing world. The course includes a series of lectures, seminars, case studies and discussion classes in Paris and Geneva
The course combines lectures, seminars and case studies to allow students to explore a wide range of developments in international relations of today including: war, globalization, terrorism, human rights, immigration, development, and the environment. Topics include relations between states, international organizations such as the United Nations, the International Monetary Fund, and the World Bank, and nongovernmental bodies, such as multinational corporations, nonprofit organizations, and armed groups. In addition to lectures, students are allowed to have study trips to organizations like United Nations, as well as French parliament and many more.
For students pursuing a Degree in Business or Politics, this program is equal to 9 credit hours and has duration of four weeks.