Imagine a world where courses are fun. I mean, sure, courses can sometimes be fun. What I meant is real fun! The wow-let’s-do-this-again or I-wish-this-never-ends kind of fun 🙂
What makes BEST Courses fun?
OK, I’ll explain. Firstly, they involve traveling. Traveling is fun, and you will be spending between one and two weeks in an awesome place with awesome people ;p
Then, they involve people from different cultures. You will be in the course together with between 20 and 30 students from all over Europe. It’s a nice chance to meet people from different places and, why not, make friends.
The topics are cool. We are doing our best to find topics which are interesting for students.
There is a full-time social activities program with the course! Organizers will have something prepared for you everyday. Activities such as visiting interesting places in and around the cities, getting to know the city by playing fun games (like a Treasure Hunt) or going hiking in the surroundings. Depending on the topic of the course, you might have company visits or more out-of-the-ordinary stuff such as a wine tasting 🙂
There be parties! We know students love parties, you know it, everybody knows it. Organizers will try their best to make the event one to remember.
The best thing of them all? Everything is included in the small fee – around a few tens of euros. I know, it’s unbelievable, right?
Oh, I almost forgot. You can also get ECTS credits* for this. This might be fun if it saves you from struggling for that extra credit you need 🙂
OK, sounds good. Where can I go this spring?
The locations for this spring are:
- Paris, France: Power Engineering
- Paris, France: Electrical Engineering
- Thessaloniki, Greece: Oil Industry
- Kaunas, Lithuania: Stock Market
- Graz, Austria: Energy Engineering
- Bordeaux, France: Aeronautical Engineering
- Paris, France: Economics/Business Administration/Marketing
- Valencia, Spain: Materials Engineering
- Moscow, Russia: Industrial Management
- Grenoble, France: Fuel Cells and Batteries
- Lyon, France: Computer Engineering
- Delft, the Netherlands: Transport Engineering
- Kiev, Ukraine: Computer Engineering
- Belgrade, Serbia: Chemical Engineering / Oil Industry
- Saint Petersburg, Russia: Industrial Management
- Turin, Italy: Automation, Robotics
- Novi Sad, Serbia: Nanotechnology
- Zagreb, Croatia: Material Engineering
- Milan, Italy: Smart Cities / Architectural Engineering
Go ahead and check the list of courses to find out more about each course. And don’t forget to apply.
There are only two weeks remaining! If you have any questions about the courses, don’t hesitate to contact us.
* usually you get between 1 and 2 credits; acceptance of the credits depends on the University and we cannot vouch for it