International Crimes and Social Entrepreneurship
Other locations - Full time
- Progression: Full time
- Campus: Other locations
- Teaching model: Campus
- Charge: No tuition fee. Costs related to travel and accommodation as well as participation in non-mandatory excursions, trips and events must be covered by the participant.
- Study level: Summer school
- Credits: 15
- Closing dates: 15.04.2020
- Start up: Summer 2020
- Teaching Language: English
What you will learn
The purpose of this programme is to give the students an introduction to the international regime for human rights and social entrepreneurship.
- The courses will take place at the University of Mostar - Sveučilište u Mostaru.
- Dates: 1 June - 13 June 2020
- Application deadline: April 15
- Application form opens Decmber 15. Rolling admission on a first-come, first-serve basis during the period December 15 - April 15.
- Costs related to travel and accommodation as well as participation in non-mandatory excursions, trips and events must be covered by the participant.
- Travel and accommodation must be organized by participants themselves. USN provides no hotel or hostel accommodation. Housing should be relatively easy to organize through web-based providers like airbnb and booking.com
- There is no additional support provided by the Norwegian State Educational Loan Fund (lånekassen) for participating at summer schools, but travel and living costs are kept to a minimum to ensure that students can overcome the costs attending this course.
- Credit transfer: Students are not required to get a formal approval by their programme coordinator at the faculty, to attend. To get a credit transfer, check with the programme coordinator at your home institution. The summer school may be approved as a part of a bachelor programme by your home institution, or be taken as an additional course, earning additional credits.
- Course descriptions: Updated course descriptions will be available in early spring semester 2020. Descriptions from 2019 are available here.
- The date and time of the exams are set to Saturday June 13, 09.00-12.00 in the morning for INTCRIM 1000 and Saturday June 13, 09.00-13.00 for SOCIENT 1000.
- Travel arrangements for participants from Norway: Direct flights from Oslo to Sarajevo are to recommend. Normally, Norwegian airlines will be flying this route during the summer season. USN arranges bus transport from Sarajevo airport to Mostar Saturday May 30, in the evening, and transport back from Mostar to Sarajevo Saturday June 13, late afternoon, after exams are due. More information yet to come.
Registration and admission
All students: Rolling admission on a first come-first serve basis from December 15 to April 15. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
Final registration deadline: Please note that the final deadline for registrations is April 15, 2020. Late applications will not be accepted.
On the application form you need to submit a contact person at your home institution. This may be the responsible administrator ("studieveileder") for your program.
To get admission, it is sufficient to be enrolled in a higher education program - 1.2. or 3. year at Bachelor level.
Admission requirementsThe programme is open to international exchange students studying at one of USN's bilateral partner institutions. Exchange students must have completed at least 60 ECTS or equivalent within the relevant study field, and be officially nominated by their home institution, to enroll. Admission to the programme requires a good command of the English language, both spoken and written. An English proficiency equivalent to B2 (Cambridge) level is recommended.
- Please note: Students should be enrolled in an undergraduate programme at their home institution.
- The courses are particularly suitable for students enrolled in an undergraduate programme, with focus on social sciences/ law/ political science/humanities/education i.e. The social entrepreneurship course is also suitable for students in technology/IT/engineering.
- There are no prerequisites for these courses except eligibility to study at the post-high school level and the ability to relate meaningfully to an English spoken classroom and to understand texts written in English.