Summer School “Europe’s Unity in Value Diversity”
At Tilburg University, a Summer School focusing on values diversity takes place from July 6-10, highlighting the role of the European Values Study in this. This one-week course will connect theory and basic empirical research strategies to use the EVS to address ongoing societal questions.
Each day of this one-week course, an important social trend will be covered. Theoretical models allow you to understand these social trends better, after which quantitative strategies are shown and validated in computer labs to study social change.
- For whom:
Students (national and international) interested in the impact of challenges on individual values, attitudes, and behavior. Participants can come from any Bachelor’s or Master’s program.
- Taught by: Dr. Tim Reeskens, Associate Professor of Sociology and holder of the Jean Monnet Chair on Identities and Cohesion in a Changing European Union, and Dr. Loek Halman, Associate Professor of Sociology and Chair of the EVS Executive Committee. They will be joined by guest lecturers working on topics relevant to the program.
- Start date:
Monday 6 July 2020
- Duration | ECTS:
1 weeks | 2 ECTS
- Language of instruction:
Social and Behavioral Sciences (TSB)
Course fee: €500
– 10% discount for current Tilburg University students*
– 10% discount for students from partner universities*
– 10% early bird discount*
*Combining discounts is not possible.
Information on schedule and application procedure are available on the Summer School webpage. Deadline for application is deadline: the 31st of May, 2020