Summerschool 2010, overview
The Leiden Summer School in Languages and Linguistics 2010 was held from 19 July - 30 July 2010 at the Faculty of Humanities of Leiden University.
The Summer School offers a number of courses on a wide range of subjects in the field of languages and linguistics. In 2010, the Summer School consisted of six programmes, each with its own courses:
- the Germanic programme
- the Indo-European Programme
- the Iranian Programme
- the Indological Programme
- the Russian Programme
- the Semitic Programme
All courses are taught in English, which means that good knowledge of the English language is a basic requirement. The courses of the Russian Programme are given in Russian.
Active participation in a course stands for 2 ECTS. At the end of the Summer School, every participant will receive a certificate, which will indicate the courses followed and the amount of awarded ECTS credits. Participants can ask a supervisor at their home university to take an extra written examination. We will then provide the university with an examination and a key. Although the participant's own university is responsible for accrediting ECTS credits, we recommend a total amount of 5 ECTS credits per Summer School course (2 for active participation + 3 for examination).
- €450,- for 3 or 4 courses / timeslots
- Reduced price for those who take only 2 courses / timeslots: €320,-
- Reduced price for those who take only 1 course / timeslot: €170,-
There is a special rate for the registered BA/MA/PhD students. They pay
- €350,- for 3 or 4 courses / timeslots
- €250,- for 2 courses / timeslots
- €130,- for 1 course / timeslot
Fee includes tuition, study materials, extra-curricular activities, coffee and tea during the breaks, welcome party and farewell diner.