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Cologne University of Applied Sciences, International Summer Schools

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Post by Admin on Wed 25 Feb 2009, 23:45

International Summer School

Cologne University of Applied Sciences welcomes students from around the world for an intensive and exciting summer school study program every year.

Available courses for 2009, are shown below:

a) Sustainable Energy Supply
Change to a Sustainable Energy Supply
July 06 - July 10

Contact Hours / ECTS
30 hours / 2 (3) ECTS
Tuition Fee
€ 300 / one week
Admission Requirements
None, engineering or natural science background of advantage

b) International Terminology Summer School
Institute for Information Management
6-10 July 2009

TSS is a one-week, practice-oriented introductory training course for terminology management.
TSS is for practitioners, students, scientists who are looking for a comprehensive, state-of-the-art introduction to terminology theory and practice.

The participants attending to the International Terminology Summer School 2009 will receive 6 ECTS according to the European Credit Transfer System.

c) Introduction to Robotics
Introduction to Robotics
July 20 - July 31, 2009

Contact Hours / ECTS
38 lecture units of 45 min each / 3 ECTS
Tuition Fee
€ 600 / two weeks
Admission Requirements
Knowledge in matrix calculation and basic geometry / minimum of 3 college semesters

d) GIS - Geographical Information Systems
(August 17 - 21) Introduction to Geo-Information Systems
(August 24 - 2Cool Advanced GIS Courses

Contact Hrs/ ECTS
Each of the courses consists of 25 contact hours plus homework. Upon successful completion of a course, students receive a certificate indicating the achieved ECTS credits. Depending on the workload of the given homework, it is possible to receive 2 or 3 ECTS.
Tuition Fee
€ 400 / per week and course
Admission Requirements
Students who register for one of the second week's programs should have general knowledge of GIS as taught in the first week (see course schedule).
For all programs, a good working knowledge of Windows as well as a basic understanding of geographical concepts is required.
Without prior knowledge of GIS, it is not recommendable to choose an advanced course without also participating in the introduction week.
More information can be found on the website:

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