Summer School offered by the American University in Kosovo

The American University in Kosovo will host a Summer Program this coming summer. This program, open to graduate and undergraduate students, consists of two modules: Module A, focusing on Peace-Building and Development, will last from July 12 until August 6 and Module B, focusing on European Integration, will last from August 9 until August 27.

The American University in Kosovo will host a Summer Program this coming summer. This program, open to graduate and undergraduate students, consists of two modules: Module A, focusing on Peace-Building and Development, will last from July 12 until August 6 and Module B, focusing on European Integration, will last from August 9 until August 27.

As a post-conflict country, Kosovo offers unique opportunities to learn about peace-building initiatives, development efforts and the prospects for regional co-operation in a dynamic environment. By including a wide range of renowned scholars, international practitioners and former combatants in Kosovo, the program aims to highlight different aspects of development and to bridge the gap between theory and practice.

Course credits may be awarded to students who successfully complete the summer school modules. Scholarships are available on a competitive basis.

For more information on the programme, please visit www.aukonline.org/summer.

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