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Ready to make the most of your summer? Join the Ulysseus Summer Experience and discover new places, cultures and make new friends.

For the Ulysseus alliance, it is our common vision to become a best-practices model and an attractive European University. We strive to enhance seamless and climate-responsible mobility through intensive cooperation between all consortium members. As a student, you do not only have the opportunity to engage with the expertise of one or two universities, but of six institutions.

In 2021, Ulysseus students have the possibility of being part of the first Ulysseus Summer Experience – taking place from June to August. Offers include online and onsite courses in different areas taught by experts from the Ulysseus community. Courses, ranging from current topics of interest to business related contents to various language trainings, there is a range of subjects to suit everyone.

So, what are you waiting for?

Talk to your academic coordinator to see how credits earned in our summer experience can be transferred to your home university. Make sure to gather information early enough and click the buttons below to access the summer school courses, find out more, check dates and deadlines and find out how to apply to.

As courses will be updated on a regular basis, make sure to regularly check our website. Stay tuned and hoist your sails!

June

Startup Academy


The Startup Academy is a two-part experience that offers start-ups the opportunity to test and validate their concept during an immersive week in Nice from July 10th to 18th, 2021.

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Strategic Management & Start Up

This course provides a solid overview of current issues in strategic management and its relevance to the understanding and design of management practice.

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International Marketing


The course will cover strategies in business-to-business markets (understanding, creating and delivering value), tactics in business-to-business markets (marketing mix) and implementation.

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Social Justice and the Bottom Line

In this course, we examine how issues of social justice are connected to a wide variety of business practices and systems.

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Innovation & Entrepreneurship in the Service Sector


Within the context of entrepreneurial firms, the overarching purpose of this course is to improve students’ ability to generate and implement innovative concepts within service sector industries to enhance competitiveness.

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Summer Seminar: Manuscript Editing


This summer seminar, which complements the Advanced English: Scientific Writing course, will be delivered online to a maximum of 10 participants.

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International Human Resource Management

The objective of this course is to help students gain insight and appreciation for the complexities of operating a business in the international context; specifically, the importance of human resource management.

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July

Design of Indicators for the Evaluation of Results and Impacts of Public Policies


Through this course it is intended to share the essential keys that allow students to design indicators for results. It is about going beyond knowing the degree of implementation of the measures that make up public policies, and knowing the transformations and changes, both expected and unexpected, achieved by said interventions.

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The Decarbonization of Energy


The course aims to offer knowledge about the changing of the electricity guard; the challenges of the electricity sector; an overview EU regulatory framework for renewable energy sources; Smart Grid-Smart City; wind energy, current trends and future developments; energy storage and more.

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Startup Academy


The Startup Academy is a two-part experience that offers start-ups the opportunity to test and validate their concept during an immersive week in Nice from July 10th to 18th, 2021.

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Innovative Service Design


Designing a great service can be challenging, but supported with service design methods and tools, participants will understand people's needs, look holistically at their interactions, and constantly iterate their way forward.

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French Language


This course is developed according to the guidelines of the European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) and use a variety of teaching materials, the latest FLE textbooks and authentic documents.

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Human Behavior. Neuroethology of a Very Emotional Primate


This course poses the challenge of addressing the functions of emotions in behavior and their role in the formation of social groups.

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Topics in the History of Medicine


Diseases have changed with time and location: some old conditions that were prevalent in the past are now rare or limited geographically; other have appeared in our modern society.

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Circular Economy


This module will introduce the different business models available to operate in the circular economy, the underlying basic assumptions and differences between the models.

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English Language


This course is developed according to the guidelines of the European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) and use a variety of teaching materials, the latest English textbooks and authentic documents.

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Co-Designing and Managing a More Just and Resilient City for the 21st Century


This course will present criteria, approaches and good practices that demonstrate that changes for addressing the critical situations arising from the socio-ecological crisis are possible through the collaboration of universities with governmental and non-governmental organisations.

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Deep Learning School


Whether you are a researcher, an Engineer, an expert in "Deep Learning" or eager to learn more about those new capabilities more and more essential in AI, this program is for you.

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Digital Business Transformation in the Post Covid-19 World


Discover what digital transformation is and the impact it will have in the post COVID-19 business world, as well as a hands-on knowledge and examples of how to start digital transformation in any company.

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Russian Language


This course is developed according to the guidelines of the European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) and use a variety of teaching materials, the latest Russian textbooks and authentic documents.

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August

Topics in the History of Medicine


Diseases have changed with time and location: some old conditions that were prevalent in the past are now rare or limited geographically; other have appeared in our modern society.

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French Language


This course is developed according to the guidelines of the European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) and use a variety of teaching materials, the latest FLE textbooks and authentic documents.

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KID (Knowledge Dynamics, Industrial Evolution, Economic Development)


KID 2021 will focus on theoretical and empirical studies on knowledge dynamics, industrial evolution and economic development: smart cities, emergence and persistence of innovation, entrepreneurship, firms’ growth, corporate governance and performance, agglomeration/dispersion of industrial activities, skills dynamics, economics of science and innovation, environment as a driver of innovation.

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English Language


This course is developed according to the guidelines of the European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) and use a variety of teaching materials, the latest English textbooks and authentic documents.

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An Ecosystem Approach to Health Enhancing Physical Activity Promotion


In this workshop, participants with political, academic, and technical backgrounds from the WHO European Region member states will meet to share knowledge and learn from experts on how to conduct health promoting physical activity programmes, as well as how to utilise a systems approach to strengthen multisectoral implementation of brief interventions and evaluate their impact.

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Russian Language


This course is developed according to the guidelines of the European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) and use a variety of teaching materials, the latest Russian textbooks and authentic documents.

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