We’ll be offering great courses in our hottest research fields. More details will be announced in 2017
Course overview (Curiousu 2016)
We will offer you the following CuriousU courses in our hottest research fields in 2016:
- Health and Happiness (only few seats available)
- Construct the Future
- Design the Future
- EntrepreneurialU (only few seats available)
- Insane Grains (last year's "Hands on Physics")
Risk Management (sold out)
- Serious Gaming (only few seats available)
- Smart Cities (only few seats available)
- The Future of Health Technology
Language, culture and Preperation courses
Next to the research related courses we added language, culture and preparation courses to our portfolio:
- Dutch Language and Culture
- English for Academic Purposes
- Introduction to Academic Writing
- Brush up your Maths
Do you want to Mix Courses?
If you choose to register for the "
Mix and Match" (sold out!) course you are mixing the courses mentioned above. Students will also get 2 ECTS credits for the Mix and Match courses. Completion of our course will result in 2 ECTS (except for the language and courses which have 1 to 1.5 ECTS depending on the course).
Tell your friends about our courses
Do you think your friends will be interested in CuriousU? Tell them about our summer school!
We expect you to have a good command of the English language (IELTS 6.0, B2, TOEFL 80 internet based test or equivalent) so you can follow the lectures, write papers and participate actively in the discussions.
Credits and Certificate
Certificate of attendance
You will be awarded with a 2 ECTS certificate of attendance for actively participating and successfully completing all University of Twente summer school. There is an exception for our language and culture courses which have 1 to 1.5 ECTS depending on the course.The number of credits you earn will also be listed on the certificate of attendance. Please note that this is not an official University of Twente transcript, as the University of Twente's summer school courses are not part of an official degree.
Student workload at Dutch universities is expressed in ECTS credits. ECTS stands for European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System, a system widely used throughout the European Union. In the Netherlands, each credit represents 28 hours of work. We would like to point out that recognition of credits is at the discretion of your home institution.
Studying at the University of Twente
The University of Twente offers master's programmes which match your specific talents and preferences in fields ranging from engineering and natural sciences to behavioural and management sciences. Learn more about our master's programmes using this expandable list: