|Faculty:||Faculty of Humanities|
|Person:||Mgr. Nikola Skladanová|
|Department:||International Office (24-RZS)|
|Notice created:||28.11.2019 13:21|
|Last change:||28.11.2019 13:21|
|Summer School at Ghent University (Belgium)|
Summer School Ghent is offering two international student programs during the summer of 2020, covering the topics of “Sexual & Reproductive Health & Rights” and “Health & Migration”. The programs will take place from 5-16 July 2020 at Ghent University, Belgium. All students, post-graduates and PhD students can apply.
The programs are meant to broaden the participants’ horizons through lectures and workshops by renowned Belgian and international experts in their fields and to stimulate international research concerning infectious diseases and migrants’ health related issues. The main topics explored include global issues such as family planning, female rights and sexual education. The participants will have the opportunity to cooperate with students from different cultures and nationalities, and discuss opinions concerning ethical issues and legal frameworks.
Summer School Ghent is organized by students at Ghent University, cooperating with dean Piet Hoebeke M.D., Ph.D. (Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences) and Olivier Degomme M.D., Ph.D. (scientific director of the International Centre for Reproductive Health). Besides an interesting and challenging educational program, a social program will be organized as well.
The early bird deadline is February 1, 2020. The final deadline is March 15, 2020. More information is available at the Summer School Ghent website.