University of Applied Management (UAM) Beijing Normal University (BNU)


China - Summer School 2011 BMBF: Bundesministerium f�r Bildung und Forschung DAAD - Deutscher Akademischer Austausch Dienst

1 - 14 August, 2011

The “Applied Creativity Across Domains” Summer School 2011 is designed to provide Chinese students – either at a Bachelor, Master or Doctoral level — with a range of courses covering the topic of applied creativity. Characterized as a multi-disciplinary program, this summer school provides the participants with an overview of the research and application of creativity across interdisciplinary domains, including Education, Psychology, Business, and Technology & Engineering.

Co-hosted by the University of Applied Management, Erding, Germany, and the Beijing Normal University, P. R. China, this summer school invites celebrated scholars and professors from different German and Chinese universities/institutes, including the University of Munich and the Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin (WZB; Social Science Research Center Berlin) of Germany as well as the Institute of Psychology, Chinese Academy of Sciences. The summer school will be held from 1 to 14 August 2011 at the Beijing Normal University. Up to 30 students will be accepted to this summer school, which will be conducted in English.

Sponsored by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) and the Federal Ministry for Education and Research (BMBF), this summer school is free of charge to all selected participants, who are supposed to bear the travel and accommodation costs on their own. Students who successfully complete the required assignments of the Summer School will be granted an "Applied Creativity Across Domains " Summer School Certificate, signed by both UAM and BNU university officials. For those who are interested studying at UAM, some modules of the Summer School which are compatible with those of UAM can be calculated into the credit points that will be recognized by UAM. Besides, through the specific module "Study in Germany" colleagues of the International Office of UAM as well as officials of the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) will provide information about study possibilities in Germany and the relevant policies.

Students who are interested in the topic of creativity, have a plan to study in Germany, or are interested joining us in the research on applied creativity are welcome to submit their applications.


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