Summer school in Mexico - Social Entrepreneurship
Summer School of Social Education - Social Entrepreneurship, 6 ECTSHealth care, social services, and care services Humanities, social sciences, communication and arts
|Institution||University College Lillebaelt (UCL)|
|Tuition per term (Non-EU/EAA/CH)||2666 EUR|
|Tuition per term (EU/EAA/CH)||2666 EUR|
The summer school programme in Mexico Social Entrepreneurship is a 3 week programme. The student will learn how to empower people and help them to achieving better life.
The programme is multidisciplinary and the student will work with other students from different areas. The Mexican students will be from international relations, business management and psychology, while the Danish students will be from nursing education programmes, social education and social work. This gives the student the opportunity to participate in a multidisciplinary approach which is needed in Social Entrepreneurship.
During the course, there will be a co-operation with different associations in order to implement and develop educational theories and practices. With this material, the student will acquire the high level skills needed to work with little or no means while on equal terms with people locally and globally.
With lectures such as How to work with families at risk, Social Entrepreneurship, Models of Dialogues etc and various topics in Mexican society, the summer school will culminate in all participants making presentations and receiving graded certificates proving their attendance. Students can ask their local universities for the equivalence of the course.
About the DegreeThe short-term programme is taught in English and is part of the full degree; The Professional Bachelor Programme in Social Education. The full degree is only offered in Danish.
AdmissionStudents of social education or early childhood studies, nursing and social work from all over the world can apply.
All exchange students should contact their home institutions for information on the application procedures and deadlines and will also have to apply through their home institutions.
The application form can be found on this website under “Application”: http://international.ucl.dk/study-programmes/social-education/social-education-odense/summer-school-in-mexico/
TuitionFor all students the price of the summer school is 2666 euros, which covers accommodation, all meals for the first 1½ weeks, breakfast for the last week as well as the flight from CPH Airport, Denmark. If you buy your own plane ticket then the price of the summer school is 1740 euros.
For Further InformationPlease contact Special Consultant for International Relations: Mette Richter
Tel.: (+45) 6318 4556, E-mail: email@example.com
You will find information about visa, vaccination and more on UCL's webpage under “Important Information”: http://international.ucl.dk/study-programmes/social-education/social-education-odense/summer-school-...
Information from the Danish Agency for Higher Education can be located at http://ufm.dk/en
You will find information about the Danish assessment of foreign qualifications in Guide to diploma recognition
About the Educational System in general visit the section The Danish Higher Education System
Executive MBA - September 2015
Application dateJul 15
Start dateSep 01
Flexible EMBA - February 2015
Application dateDec 15
Start dateFeb 01
The summer school in Mexico is offered by University College Lillebaelt (UCL) in Denmark.
The courses will be held at the well-reputed University Latina de America in Morelia city. The University is one of the best in Mexico, and UCL has an extra-ordinary collaboration with the university. Different lectures will be given on “How to work with families at risk”, “Communication in difficult situations” and on Mexican culture both from a general historic perspective as well as on current topics such as gender in Mexico, family politics in Mexico and much more. From UCL, very engaged lecturers from the Department of Social Education will give different lectures in “Social Entrepreneurship” and “Models of Dialogues”.
The city of Morelia is located less than four hours away from Mexico City and it dates back to the 16th century. The city has more than 200 historic buildings which is why the city was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.