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Summer School 2017 at University of Twente, The Netherlands

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Summer School 2017 at University of Twente, The Netherlands
by Puspa Indahati S - Tuesday, 20 June 2017, 6:02 AM

Mahasiswa/i Fasilkom, 



This summer, the University of Twente will host the third edition of its annual summer school: CuriousU. From 13 August until 22 August 2017, we will offer tracks that make us unique, covering topic that combine high tech with a human touch. Students can take courses on topics such as serious gaming, health, smart cities, entrepreneurship and physics. CuriousU is intended for second-to-last or last year Bachelor?s students and entry level Master?s students. However, it is also open for anyone with a broad interest and a curious mind.

20% discount for our partners
As our partner institution, we offer your students a twenty percent discount on the current fee. The early bird deadline was closed on 24 May and the participation fee amounts to 444 EUR for the whole week including the discount. Students will not have to worry about accommodation, as we will provide them with several options (costs may vary).
Your student can register for the discount using the following code: SPCU2017

Please note that there are also extra possibilities e.g. in relation to student exchange and waivers so you could be (or have been) contacted on this by UT colleagues.

2 free tickets for students from UI
On behalf of the faculty of EEMCS we have the opportunity to offer 2 free tickets especially for UI students.

Promotional material
We have arranged some promotional material for you. You can download our promo package (including promo text and pictures). You can use this material on your Facebook page, your Blackboard/e-learning platform, website, etc.
If you have any questions, or if you would like to request hardcopy or digital brochures, posters or flyers about CuriousU, please do not hesitate to contact us via
We can?t wait for the summer to start and we always look forward to hosting your students at our campus.

Kind regards,
Janke Rademaker