University of Groningen Summer Schools


Imagining Southern Europe: Culture and Populism

Uncertainty, Disagreement, and Conflict

Pathways Towards Sustainable Futures

Intercultural Competence

Past courses


Land Acquisition, Resettlement and Social Sustainability

Innovation in Medicine

The Future of Child and Family Welfare Policy

Antimicrobial Resistance

Global Energy Transition from Local Perspectives: 'Yes In My Backyard'

Stata Tips and Tricks for the Management and Business Researcher

Big Data, Fast Computation

Corporate Governance and the Effectiveness of Boards

Law and Lifestyle: A human rights approach to chronic diseases

Experiments in Developing Countries

Collegium Spinozanum

Gender and Diversity in Academia

International Law for Sustainable Societies

Illicit Trade

Global Health

Healthy Ageing

Ageing Brain


Intercultural Competence

Understanding the Past Today: Methodology in the History of Philosophy

Traumatized Cities


Beyond Horizons - Transmitting and Writing New Identities of Minorities and Migrants in Europe

Search for New Physics with Low-Energy Precision Tests

Children's Right to Participation

Transplantation Medicine

Society, Environment, Transportation and Space (SETS)

Diabetic Microvascular Complications

Cognitive Modeling

Culture and Economics

Sustainable Banking and Finance: Towards a Better World

The Knowledge of the Curator: New Directions in Art History & Curatorial Practice

Globalization and Inequality

The Future of European Fiscal and Monetary Policymaking

Theory and practice in Spectroscopy and Electrochemistry

Oncology: A course on clinical and experimental oncology

Migration Matters: Understanding and intervening the societal phenomenon of migration

European Coastal Landscapes: Past, Present and Future

Land Acquisition, Resettlement and Social Sustainability

Things That Matter 3 - Lost in Things?

Population and Society

History of Education

The Challenge of Natural Teleology: Final Causes from Aristotle to Darwin

Transitional Justice and the Politics of Memory