Study Abroad in Holland
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Amsterdam Graduate School of Social Sciences
Summer Institute UvA
Summer Institute on Sexuality, Culture and Society
An intensive four-week summer programme, which focuses on the study of sexuality across cultures. The SISCS is taught by a faculty team of international experts. The Institute is open to students with a focused interest in sexuality research or advocacy, including MA and PhD students and professionals from non-governmental organizations (NGOs) engaged in sexuality, HIV, or sexual health programmes and interventions. See www.ishss.uva.nl/SummerInstitute/ for more information.
Summer Institute on Alcohol, Drugs, and Addiction
An intensive two-week summer programme, which focuses on the study of addiction across cultures and is taught by an international faculty team. Professionals have the option to attend either one or both weeks. The Institute welcomes individuals with a focused interest in addiction research and treatment, Master and PhD students, NGO staff working on addiction-related issues, professionals in human services, practitioners, and advocates. See www.ishss.uva.nl/Addiction/ for more information.
Popular Culture and the City
This 2-week programme will serve as an introductory course for students who have an interest in media, cultural and urban studies. This course asks an active approach of the students to experience and study urban popular culture in totality. See www.graduateschoolsocialsciences.nl/programmes/popular-culture-and-the-city/ for more information.
The Hague & Rotterdam School of Management Erasmus
Master in Hospitality Management - Hotelschool
The Master Program in Hospitality Management (MScHM) is carried out by RSM/Erasmus University
Rotterdam in collaboration with Hotelschool The Hague. The academic degree MScHM will be awarded by the RSM/Erasmus
The Master Program in Hospitality Management takes one year to complete. It has an intensive study load of 2,000 hours
(including classroom hours and self-study). The Master program has an international setting and all courses are taught
Participants seek to define business opportunities of the future and design innovative solutions for the hospitality
and service industry by capitalising on cultural diversity and the potential of convergence that technology offers.
Contact: email@example.com, www.masterhospitalitymanagement.com