Geneva Summer School - 2017
1st - 8th July 2017
A one week Summer School focussing on the role of the United Nations and other Geneva based organisations with particular reference to human rights and humanitarian law. There is a two day visit programme to the UN and organisations such as the World Health organisation, International Committee of the Red Cross and the UN High Commisioner for Refugees. These are supported by lectures and collaborative work on a case study.
This is one of a number of one week Summer Schools offered by Nottingham Law School. they are principally intended for students of the Law School, but are available to all NTU Students and alumni. The Geneva Summer School is likely to be of particular interest to students of Politics and International Relations and Public Health. Students of other universities may be accepted, but must request authorisation to enrol from the academic co-ordinator, John Hodgson (email@example.com).
The course fee includes tuition, visits and accommodation in single rooms with shared facilities at the Cite Universitaire, a hall of residence of the University of Geneva. Classes are also held there. In addition to the visits to the UN and other agencies there is also a half day visit to CERN, home of the Large Hadron Collider.
Payment, Cancellation and Refund
Deposit of £200 to be paid by 31 January 2017, balance to be paid by 31 March 2017.
The deposit is non-returnable (unless the Summer School is cancelled by Nottingham Trent University due to insufficient numbers).
Please note if you cancel within four weeks of departure all monies paid will NOT be recoverable.
For further details see the Nottingham Law Schools Summer Schools Learning Room in Student Communities on your NOW Home Page, or contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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