UTRECHT NETWORK


   Note: The Spring and Autumn/Fall terms/semesters are for the Northern
        Hemisphere and are as indicated on each University’s website.

                    YOUR CHOSEN SEMESTER[S]


Full details of courses on offer can usually be found on each University’s website

                              Revised August 2010


BY COUNTRY*                                    PAGE

Austria – Graz                                 4
Belgium – Antwerpen                            7
Czech Republic – Brno, Masarykova              8
Denmark – Aarhus                               13
Estonia – Tartu                                14
Finland – Hesinki                              16
France – Lille 1                               18
France – Strasbourg                            19
Germany – Bochum                               21
Germany – Leipzig                              22
Greece – Thessaloniki                          23
Hungary – Budapest                             25
Iceland – Reykjavik                            30
Ireland – Cork                                 31
Italy – Bologna                                33
Italy-University of Malta- Link Campus, Rome   35
Latvia – Riga                                  36
Lithuania – Vilnius                            38
Malta – Malta                                  45
Netherlands – Utrecht                          47
Netherlands – Utrecht Arts                     49
Norway – Bergen                                51
Poland – Krakow                                57
Portugal – Coimbra                             62
Romania – Iasi                                 66
Slovakia – Bratislave                          67
Slovenia – Ljubljana                           69
Spain – Madrid                                 70
Sweden – Lunds                                 71
Switzerland – Basel                            72
United Kingdom – Hull                          73
United Kingdom – Queens                        74

BY UNIVERSITY*                                                                PAGE

Aarhus Universitet, Denmark                                                   13
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece                                  23
Eotvos Lorand Tudomanyegyetem, (ELTE) Budapest, Hungary                       25
Haskoli Islands, Reykjavik, University of Iceland                             30
Helsingin Yliopisto, (University of Helsinki), Finland                        16
Hogeschool voor de Kunsten, (Utrecht Arts) Utrecht, Netherlands               49
Karl-Franzens – Universitat Graz, Austria                                     4
Latvijas Universitate, Riga, Latvia                                           36
Lunds Universitet, Sweden                                                     71
Masarykova Univerzita, Brno, Czech Republic                                   8
Queen’s University, Belfast, United Kingdom                                   74
Rhur-Universitat Bochum, Germany                                              21
Strasbourg – France                                                           19
Tartu Ülikool, Estonia                                                        14
Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain                                      70
Universidade de Coimbra, Portugal                                             62
Universita di Bologna, Italy                                                  33
Universiteit Antwerpen, Belgium                                               7
Universitat Basel, Switzerland                                                72
Universitat Leipzig, Germany                                                  22
Université des Sciences et Technologies de Lille, Lille I, France             18
Universiteit Utrecht, Netherlands                                             47
Universitetet i Bergen, Norway                                                51
Universitatea ‘Alexandru Ioan Cuza’, Iasi, Romania                            66
University College Cork, Ireland                                              31
University of Hull, United Kingdom                                            73
University of Malta, Malta                                                    45
Italy – University of Malta’s Rome Link Campus                                35
Univerza v Ljubljana, Slovenia                                                69
Univerzita Komenskeho v Bratislave (Comenius), Slovakia                       67
Uniwersytet Jagiellonski w Krakowie, Poland                                   57
Vilniaus Universitetas, Lithuania                                             38

* Additional information about the university, city and country plus photographs are on the AEN
website: aenonline.net

Austria: Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz
General Website

Information for incoming students:

Courses taught in English 2009/2010

Once into the subject areas, course descriptions, assessment requirements etc. are
available by clicking on the particular subject on the website.

      Abbreviations: 
      W: Course offered in the winter semester (October to end of January) 
      S: Course offered in the summer semester (March to the end of June) 
      L: lecture (Vorlesung) 
      P: lecture/practical (Vorlesung/Übung) 
      SE: seminar 


      Center for Information Modelling in the Humanities

      Center for the Study of the Americas

      Department of American Studies

      Department of English Studies

      Department of German Studies

      Department of History

      Department of Linguistics

      Department of Musicology

      Department of Philosophy

      Department of Translation and Interpreting Studies

Environmental and Regional Sciences and Education

      Department of Education

      Department of Geography and Regional Sciences

      Department of Sport Sciences

      Department of Systems Sciences and Sustainability


      Department of Austrian, European and Comparative Public Law, Political Science and Public

      Department of Civil Law and Foreign and International Private Law

      Department of International Law and International Relations

Natural Sciences

      Department of Chemistry

      Department of Earth Sciences

      Department of Mathematics and Scientific Computing

      Department of Molecular Biosciences

      Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences

      Department of Physics

      Department of Psychology

      Department of Zoology

Social Sciences

      Business Language Centre

      Department of Accounting and Auditing

      Department of Accounting and Control

      Department of Banking and Commerce

      Department of Business Education and Development

      Department of Economics

      Department of Finance

      Department of International Management

      Department of Public Economics

      Department of Sociology

       Department of Technology and Innovation Management


       Department of Ethics and Sociology


       Academic Affairs (Studien- und Prüfungsabteilung)

       Center for Jewish Studies

       Center for Social Competence

       Language Center of Graz University

       University Entrance Qualification Course

Belgium: Universiteit Antwerpen
General Website: http://www.ua.ac.be/ENGLISH
Go to International Exchange student link

All course programmes for 2009/2010 (Dutch and English) can be found at
http://www.ua.ac.be/main.aspx?c=.OODE2009 The language of instruction is mentioned for each
course. Course descriptions are generally updated in May through July and published on the website.

English courses for exchange students
Some faculties organise a programme or a number of courses in English to accommodate international

 The Faculty of Law offers the International and European Legal Studies Programme (IELSP) for
  one or two semesters. www.ua.ac.be/IELSP
 The Faculty of Applied Economics offers a range of courses and seminars in English and
  organises two English-taught master’s programmes: the MA in Economic Policy and the MA in
  Business Administration:www.ua.ac.be/TEWENG&n=51091 and www.ua.ac.be/TEWENG
 The Faculty of Political and Social Sciences offers a selected number of courses in English in
  each of the degrees:
 www.ua.ac.be/PSW&n=49060
 The Faculty of Medicine organises a 2nd semester in English during the master years:
 The Department of Computer Science offers almost all master courses and 6 bachelor courses
  in English:
 www.win.ua.ac.be/content/international-students
 The Department of Physics offers part of its master’s programme in English:
 Courses at the Department of Linguistics and Literature are medium-taught in Dutch, English,
  German, French, Italian or Spanish: http://www.ua.ac.be/main.aspx?c=.OODE2009&n=74003

Please contact the academic international co-ordinator at the department/faculty for more information
on your course selection. See the list on the website:

Some postgraduate programmes are taught entirely in English. More info:

NOTE: SP = ECTS-credits
Semester: 1 = first semester, 2 = 2nd semester, 3 = 1st + 2nd semester, 0 = unknown
Cyclus: 1 = Bachelor, 2 = Master, 3 = Advanced Master/Specialised courses

Czech Republic: Masarykova Univerzita, Brno
General Website: http://czs.muni.cz/en/in/home

Website of courses: http://czs.muni.cz/en/in/students/studies/cofl
This site gives details of courses taught in English offered in Autumn and Spring, listed by
semester for all faculties, with excellent subject descriptions. These are “typical” lists of
courses; the actual courses listed in any given term may be slightly different. The list
includes courses taught in different languages. Make sure you only select the ones in
English= ENG.

                                          Spring 2010

Faculty of Law

Faculty of Medicine

Faculty of Science

Faculty of Arts

Faculty of Education

Faculty of Economics and Administration

Faculty of Informatics

Faculty of Social Studies

Faculty of Sport Studies

CESP (Central European Studies Programme)

                                  Autumn semester 2009

Faculty of Law

Faculty of Medicine

Faculty of Science

Faculty of Arts

Faculty of Education

Faculty of Economics and Administration

Faculty of Informatics

Faculty of Social Studies

Faculty of Sport Studies

CESP (Central European Studies Programme)

(Both terms) Czech Constitutional Law and Political System, Public Administration in the Czech
Republic, Selected Problems of Czech Criminal Law, Czech Labour Law, International Refugee Law,
Competition Policy and Competition Law, Institutional Law of International Organizations, Czech Legal
Culture, General Theory of Law, Czech Family Law

(Autumn) Selected Problems of Constitutional Law – Introduction to Constitutional Law of the United
States, Comparative Federal Judicial Systems, Introduction EU Law, Introduction to Law of the
European Union

(Spring) ECJ Case Law Seminar, ECJ Case Law, Public Finance, International and Czech Environmental
Law, Copyright Law

(Autumn) Delocalisation of Sigma Electrons in Molecules Exemplified on Oligosilanes, Inorganic
Materials Chemistry, Advanced Methods of Biomolecular NMR, Advanced Methods of NMR
Spectroscopy, Organic Photochemistry, Bioinformatics, Organometallic Chemistry and Catalysis, Plasma
Chemical Processes, Quantum Electrodynamics, Elementary Excitation in Solid, Bioelectrochemistry,
Biostatistics and Statistical Bio-computing, Geographical Thought, Sustainability

(Spring) Biomarkers and Toxicity Mechanisms, NRM Spectroscopy of Biomolecules, Separations of the
Enantiomers of Organic Molecules, Chapters from Silicon and Fluorine Chemistry, Physical Properties of
Biopolymers, Environmental Geology, Accessory Minerals, Seminar from Algebra, Calculus of Variations

(See also Faculty of Education, School of Social Studies and Central European Studies
(Both terms) Introduction to Sociolinguistics, Introduction to Morphology and Lexicology, Academic
Writing, English Literature of the Renaissance, British Literature: 1660-1780 (Seminar), British
Literature: 1770-1830: Romantics, British Literature: 1660-1770 (Lecture), British Women Writers 17th
to 19th Centuries, American Literature: 1945 to the Present, Anglophone Caribbean Literature,
Introduction to Translation, British Women Writers 17th to 19th Centuries, English Language Teaching
Methodology (Seminar), English Language Teaching Practice, Selected Topics in Functional Syntax,
Selected Topics in Pragmatics, Selected Topics in Semantics, Selected Topics in Sociolinguistics,
Selected Topics in Stylistics, The English Language in an Historical Perspective, Introduction to
Linguistics, Czech Cinema, Eastern European Cinema

(Autumn) Introductions to Literary Studies I, Introduction to American Studies, Linguistic
Characterology of English on the Background of Czech, Introduction to English Linguistics, Introduction
to Functional Syntax, British Literature: 1945 to the Present, American Literature: Beginnings to 1865,
The Early Writing of Canada, British Culture and Society Since 1945, English Social History 1707-2005,
English Drama & Film 1965-2005, Introduction to the Culture of North American Aboriginal Peoples,
Independent Filmmaking: Made in America, History of the USA: 1917-1945, Introduction to Canada,
Australia in the Past and Present, Translation Analysis A, English to Czech Translation I, Becoming a
Translator A (The Tricks and Tools of the Trade), Interpreting I: General Introduction to the Theory
and Practice of Interpreting, Independent Readings – Frankova, Independent Readings – Hardy,
Independent Readings – Chamonikolasova, Independent Readings – KudrnaCova, Independent
Readings – Kzylinkova, Independent Readings – Palenska, Independent Readings – Palenska,
Independent Readings – Pospisil, Independent Readings – Rambousek (There are an additional 12
listings for Independent Readings and a number of Bachelor Thesis – please check the website),
Literary and Cultural Theory 1, The Historical Development of English, Semantics: Sentence Semantics,
Stylistics: A Contrastive Approach, Language of Advertising, Social Dialects and Styles in English,
Stylistics: Language and the Media, Creative Writing Workshop, Contemporary British Women
Novelists, English Queens of Crime, English Romantic Poetry, Aspects of British 20th Century Short
Fiction, Contemporary Mexican American Fiction, Literature of the Native People of the US and
Canada, The Time of Stories: Storytelling and Narratives in a Comparative View, Twentieth-Century
American Novel, American Literature and America’s Wars, Folk Music of the British Isles, Contemporary
Native American Societies, A Decade in US History: the 1960s, Anglophone Caribbean Literature,
Carroll’s “Alice” in Czech, Translation of Essays, Jiri Levy and the Czech Theory of Translation,
Contemporary Literature in Translation, ICT for ELT (Using Computers in Language Teaching), Test in
English for PGS, The History of Linguistics, Historical Linguistics, Modern Linguistics, English Lexicology
and Lexicography in Diachronic and Synchronic Perspectives, Film/History/Memory and Cinematic
Memories of World War II, Cinematic Uses of the Past, Facultative Courses I, II, III and IV, Literary
and Cultural Theory I

(Spring) English for Archaeologists, Introduction to Phonetics and Phonology, Introduction to Literary
Studies II, Introduction to British Studies II, Introduction to American Studies II, English Literature of
the Middle Ages, British Literature: 1870-1945, British Literature 1830-1879: Early and Mid-Victorian,
American Literature: 1865-1945, American Nature Writing, Britain Multicultural, English Social History
1066-1770, Post-1945 British Poetry/Culture and Society, Introduction to African American History and
Culture, Blackness in American Film, Canadian Political History, Introduction to Canadian Arts,
Translation Analysis B, Becoming a Translator B (The Tricks and Tools of the Trade), Translation and
Humour, Interpreting II: Consecutive interpreting, Introduction to English Language Teaching, Minor
Paper: (There are a number of these for individual Czech writers) Literary and Cultural Theory II,
Functional Syntax: FSP, Linguistic Aspects of Sexism in Modern English, Semantics: The English Verb,
Registers of English, Pragmatics, Iris Murdoch: the Novelist and the Philosopher, Victorian Poetry,
Psychoanalysis, Politics and the Novel, Scientific Issues in Contemporary Anglo-American Drama,
American Nature Writing, Civil and Human Rights: A Comparative Examination, Readings in Canadian
Literature, Varieties of Canadian Experience: Canadian Film since 1970, Selected Topics from
Australian History in Film, Translation of Literature for Children, Translation Project, English-Czech
Translation 2, Borderline Cases of Translation, Song Lyrics in Translation, Course in ELT Methodology –
CELTA, English Language Teaching Practice – CELTA, (There are a large number of both Independent
Readings and Minor and Master thesis subjects available, please check the web site) The History of
Linguistics, Historical Linguistics, Modern Linguistics, Academic Writing,
British Literature II, Seminar Paper in Introduction to Literature, Seminar Paper in History and Culture,
Commonwealth Literature, Applied Linguistics II, Gypsywood Players, History of Czech Art in Outline,
Tibetan Buddhism

(Both terms) History and Culture of Great Britain, American Literature from Beginnings to the end of
the 19th Century, English and American Drama on Stage, Independent Reading, Culture of English
Speaking Countries, Music in a Language Classroom, Old and Middle English Literature, Text Analysis,
Introduction to Literature, Introduction to Translation Theories, Modern English Literature, English and
American Film Production, Historical Development of English Language,

(Autumn) Creative Poetry Writing, E-Tutorial for E-Tutors A, Introduction to e-Learning, Meeting
Cultures, Language Acquisition, Academic Writing, Conversation Analysis, Literary Stylistics, Spoken
Fluency A, Translations Seminar, Inquiries in Intercultural Communication A, Writing A, Song Lyrics
Translation, Writing as a Skill, British Life and Institutions, Methodology 1A, Methodology 2A,
Phonetics and Phonology A, Grammar A, Children Literature I, Written Fluency, History of the United
States, British History, Phonetics and Phonology A, , Introduction to English Language for Teachers,
American Literature of the 20th Century, British Literature of the 20th Century A, Lexicology, American
Literature I, History and Culture of English Speaking Countries, Introduction to Linguistics, Modern
English Literature, 20th Century English and American Literature, Popular Literature, Literature in
English Classrooms, Pragmatics, Popular and Minority Literatures Seminar, Introduction to Testing,
Teaching English Through Drama, Language and Methodology, Block Teaching Practice, Observation
Teaching Practice A, European Projects, Introduction to Literary Studies, Inquiries in Intercultural
Communication A, Introduction to Linguistics for Teachers, Geography in English 2

(Spring) Intercultural Communication, Project Management, Methodology 1B, Children Literature B,
History and Culture of the USA, Phonetics and Phonology II B, English and American Film, Production,
Culture, Society and Tolerance, British English Dialects, E-Tutorial for E-Tutors B, Functional and
Communicative Syntax, Modern Anglo-American Drama, Meeting Cultures, Inquiries in Intercultural
Communication B, American Literature 2, Culture/Society and Tolerance, 20th Century English and
American Literature, Anglo-American Literature of the 20th Century, Gender Images: Introduction to
Gender Studies, Native American Literature,

(Both terms) Financial Mathematics, Transformation of the Czech Economy and its Economic Policy,
Transformation of the Financial System in the Czech Republic, Impacts of the Transformation on the
Regional Development in the Czech Republic, Transformation of the Public Sector

(Autumn) Market, Finance and Global Problems, Microeconomics I, Monetary Economics, Financial
Markets, Business Logistics, Presentation Skills

(Spring) Macroeconomics, Macroeconomic Analysis, Social Issues and Social Policy in the European
Union, Management in English, Statistics II, Numerical Methods, Economics and Management of Czech
Firms, Introduction to Austrian Private and Public Law for Economic Students,

(Autumn) Selected topics on Software Development, Applied Cryptography, IT-related English
Conversation (Postgraduate seminar on IT Security and Cryptography)

(Spring) Computational Logic, Lambda Calculus, Seminar on Information Technology Security

(See also Faculty of Arts, Faculty of Education and Central European Studies Program)
(Autumn) Social Studies of Consumerism/Consumption, International/trans-national Organizations and
European Politics, The Making of Europe (European System of States since 1648), International
Relations, Communications in Environmental Issues, Introduction to the Study of World Politics: Basic
Theories and Debates, Human Resources Management, Forensic and Policy Psychology, Future of
Europe, Contemporary Welfare States

(Spring) Global Environmental Politics, Science/Technology/Society, Europe and Global Politics,
Comparative Politics of Western Europe, Czech Politics, Political and Social Identity in the European
Union, European Integration: Supranational integration and domestic change, Political and Social
Identity in the European Union, Consciousness Studies, Knowledge Management, Integrated
Psychotherapy, From the Jungle to the Airport Terminal, Work and Family, Conflict and Peace Making
in Divided Societies, Drug Intervention, Introduction to Popular Culture and Media Studies, Transitions
from Authoritarianism in Latin America,

One subject: Combative Activities. Students may also take part in sports activities, for which credits
are given

(Both Semesters) Remodelling Political Culture in Central Europe after 1989, Development of Ethnic
Relations in the Czech Republic, Economic Aspects of the Transition Process, Czech Cinema, Modern
Czech Theatre

(Autumn) Cultural and Social Modernization in Central Europe: Resurrecting Civil Society, Music in the
Czech Lands

(Spring) Changing Political and Social Identities in Post-Cold War Central Europe, Fiction, Facts and
Reality in Modern Czech Literature

Denmark: Aarhus Universitet
General Website: http://www.au.dk/en

Website of courses http://mit.au.dk/coursecatalogue/findcourses.cfm

This website contains the details of the Courses Taught in English in the Faculties listed

Click on the Course Catalogue in each Faculty to get full information of the courses which are offered
in Autumn and Spring and detailed and generally excellent Course Descriptions.

The following areas are offered:

Faculty of Humanities

Faculty of Sciences

Faculty of Social Sciences

School of Law

School of Economics and Management

Department of Political Sciences

Department of Psychology

Faculty of Theology

Faculty of Health Sciences

Faculty of Agricultural Science

Estonia: Tartu Ülikool (University of Tartu)
Website: http://www.ut.ee/en

Website international office: http://www.ut.ee/studies

Courses taught in English: http://www.ut.ee/596125

The University of Tartu offers many English-taught courses in different disciplines for international
students. Some courses are grouped into semester programmes delivered every year.

Courses taught in English in the following disciplines (Spring 2010):
    Estonian Language (all levels)
    Russian Language (all levels)
    French Language (all levels)
    Italian Language (all levels)
    Spanish Language (all levels)
    Faculty of Philosophy (Bachelor level)
    English Language Studies (Bachelor and Master level)
    Faculty of Exercise and Sport Sciences (Master level)
    Faculty of Science and Technology (Bachelor, Master and PhD level)
    Faculty of Economics and Business Administration (Master level)
    Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science (Bachelor, Master and PhD level)
    Faculty of Law (Bachelor, Master and PhD level)
    Faculty of Social Sciences (Bachelor and Master level)
    Faculty of Theology (Bachelor and Master level)
    Prometheus Programme (History, Politics and International Relations) (all levels)
    Baltic Studies (all levels)

For the full list of courses under these disciplines, please go to: http://www.ut.ee/596125

SEMESTER PROGRAMMES (for visiting and exchange students, with instruction in English)

The following are semester study abroad programmes given every year and designed for visiting
students. Visiting students can apply to only one semester programme at a time. In addition, students
can take up to 9 ECTS outside of their programme at no extra charge. All the courses within the
semester programmes are also included the general course lists presented above.

More info: http://www.ut.ee/596125

        European Union Studies (autumn and spring)
        Eastern European Studies (autumn and spring)
        Politics and Society of the Baltic States (autumn and spring)
        History and Culture of the Baltic States (autumn and spring)
        Business and Administration (autumn and spring)
        Russian Language, Literature, Culture (autumn and spring)
        Creation of the Rule of Law Society in Post-Communist Europe (autumn only)
        Applied Measurement Science (autumn and spring)
        Software Engineering (autumn and spring)
        Semiotics (autumn and spring)

INTERNATIONAL SUMMER UNIVERSITY (with instruction in English, for tuition paying
students): http://www.isu.ut.ee/

University of Tartu International Summer University combines the 375-year commitment to academic
excellence with modern teaching approach and marvellous Nordic summer experience.
Dates of Summer University programs in 2010:

Social science programs:
the Three Universities Program June 28 - July 17 2010
the European and Russian Foreign Policy program July 19 - August 6 2010
the Procedures in European International Courts program July 19 - August 6 2010
the Economies in Turmoil program 3 weeks in May or June 2010
European Integration: the EU from West to East July 05 - July 30 2010
Estonian language programs: July 19 - 30 and August 2 - 13, 2010 (for English speakers) and July
29 - August 7, 2010 (for Finnish speakers)
the Spa tourism program: August 9-14, 2010
Doctoral School of the Centre of Excellence in Cultural Theory: 1 week in July or August 2010

Finland: Helsingin Yliopisto (University of Helsinki)
General Website: www.helsinki.fi/university

Website for Exchange students: www.helsinki.fi/exchange

Courses taught in English: www.helsinki.fi/english/courses

Excellent website. Many courses - multiple subjects offered under the Faculty/Department
headings. Some of the subjects are offered in both sessions and some are particular to either
Autumn or Spring. PLEASE check on the clear and comprehensive web page for each faculty
where I have not indicated the term in which the subject is taught.

There is also a Helsinki Summer School (www.helsinki.fi/summerschool).

The Web page for Helsinki reads as follows:

                            Courses in English - University of Helsinki

                                     Academic year 2009-2010

        This page is a starting point of access to information about the courses that are offered in
        English at the University of Helsinki.

        These pages deal not only with courses taught entirely in English, but also with courses that
        are taught only partly in English or that may be offered in English if demand arises. It also
        covers language courses particularly designed or suitable for international students. The
        courses have mostly been organised according to faculty and subdivided according to
        discipline. When any of the course details have not been indicated, contact the appropriate
        department or the International Affairs Co-ordinator of the faculty for more detailed

        In the majority of cases non-degree students (scholarship holders and exchange students)
        have non-restricted access to courses within their own subject and most of the other courses
        given in English, but sometimes restrictions may apply when the student attempts to take
        courses in subjects other than their own. More detailed information concerning the rights of
        exchange students and other non-degree students to participate in courses is best obtained
        from the International Affairs Co-ordinator at the appropriate faculty.

        Links to courses by organising body

               Theology

               Law

               Medicine

               Arts

               Science

        o   Department of Computer Science

        o   Department of Astronomy

        o   Department of Physics

        o   Department of Chemistry

        o   Department of Geography

        o   Department of Mathematics and Statistics

   Biosciences

   Pharmacy

   Behavioural Sciences

        o   Department of Education

        o   Department of Home Economics and Craft Science

        o   Department of Psychology

        o   Department of Speech Sciences

   Social Sciences

        o   Swedish School of Social Sciences

   Agriculture and Forestry

        o   Department of Agrotechnology

        o   Department of Food Technology

        o   Department of Forest Ecology

        o   Department of Forest Economics

        o   Department of Forest Resource Management

        o   Department of Applied Biology

        o   Department of Applied Chemistry and Microbiology

        o   Department of Economics and Management

   Veterinary Medicine

   Other Units

        o   Aleksanteri Institute: East Central European, Balkan and Baltic Studies

        o   Helsinki Summer School

France: Université des Sciences et Technology, Lille 1

General Website: www.univ-lille1.fr/ri
Website of International Office: http://ci.univ-lille1.fr/english_version/index.htm

FRENCH: Lille courses are taught in French. For a list of courses please check the direct links below:

Mathematics et Mechanics


http://Université Lille 1.univ-lille1.fr/chimie/html/Entree.htm

Earth Science

Engineering (Polytech’Lille)

Engineering in telecommunications (ENIC - Telecom Lille 1)

Computer science

Technologies (IUT)

Management of companies




Education, e.learning

ENGLISH: Some master programs are taught in English. More information:

Please check the Lille website for entry requirements and objectives for the courses listed

        Master of Arts (MA) in Economics of International Trade and European Integration
        Master of Science (Msc) in Advanced Spectroscopy in Chemistry
        International Master in Global E Business
        International Master in Management of European Affairs
        International Master in International Executive Management (IEM)

France: Université de Strasbourg

General Website: http://www.unistra.fr/index.php?id=unistra_en

It is a prerequisite to have a good knowledge of French as all courses are taught in French. There are
very few courses taught in English in Law, Business and Sciences, but knowledge of French is still a


There are some training courses at Master level taught in English. Some are fully taught in English and
some 50% English and 50% French. For more information go to:

Programs are:
     Centre Européen d’Enseignement et de Recherche en Ethique
           o MA Ethics: Life, Norms and Society (French/English)
     Faculté des Sciences de la Vie
           o Joint Master in Neurosciences
     Institut d’Etudes Politiques
           o Master “Corporate Strategy and Finance in Europe”
           o M2 European Politics
     Institut des Hautes Etudes Européennes (IHEE)
           o Master 1 – Etudes européennes et internationales (Tronc commun)
           o Master 2 – Droits de l’homme
     Institut de Traducteurs, d’Interprètes et de Relations Internationales (ITIRI)
           o Europe India Strasbourg University Diploma
           o University post-graduate degree in Euroculture

       UFR de Mathématique et d'Informatique
           o Master Software Engineering
       UFR Physique et Ingénierie
           o Master in Physics, speciality "Condensed matter and nanophysics"

Website for IECS (Business School) www.iecs.edu

Website for Exchange students: http://www.em-strasbourg.eu/formations/programme-grande-

Please click on the right hand side where it says courses offered in English.
Courses offered for 2009-2010:

         Code                               Course                                 FEM
    ECO-G302                 The Economics of the European Union               Module Europe
    FIN-G206                  Financial Markets and Interest Rates             Module Gestion
    FIN-G207                          International finance                    Module Europe
    FIN-G801           Essential concepts of finance for business managers     Module Gestion
    FIN-S206                 Advanced Seminar of Cases in Finance              Module Gestion
    FIN-S207                          International finance                    Module Europe
    FIN-S213                   International Corporate Governance              Module Gestion
    HRM-G301                        Organizational Behavior                    Module Gestion

    HRM-G304                    Management of International Teams              Module Europe
                     Diversity and International Aspects of Human Resource
    HRM-G312                                                                   Module Europe
    HRM-G313                          International Leadership                 Module Gestion
    HRM-G315                        Cross Cultural Negotiation                 Module Gestion
    HRM-S304                  Strategic Human Resource Management              Module Gestion
    IT-G407                            Project management                      Module Gestion
    IT-S801                      Information System Management                 Module Gestion
    LAW-G803                           European Citizenship                    Module Europe
    LAW-S801                              European Tax                         Module Europe
    MKT-G102                           Product Management                      Module Gestion
    MKT-G108                       International Business Cases                Module Gestion
    MKT-G111                           Destination Marketing                   Module Gestion
    MKT-G114                            Sales management                       Module Gestion
    MKT-S502                             Negotiation skills                    Module Gestion
    MKT-S503                    Expertise in international commerce            Module Europe
    SCM-G406                          Transport Management                     Module Gestion
    SCM-S400                         Supply Chain & Logistics                  Module Gestion
                      Communication analyses and reengineering of supply
    SCM-S412                                                                   Module Gestion
                                      chain processes
    SCM-S414                           Supply chain strategy                   Module Gestion
                      Innovation in logistics processes : value analysis and
    SCM-S415                                                                   Module Gestion
                                        reengineering case
    SCM-S501                           Logistics & Marketing                   Module Gestion
    STR-G306                  Management of non profit organizations           Module Gestion
    STR-G307                   International Strategy and Leadership           Module Gestion
    STR-G309                       International entrepreneurship              Module Gestion
    STR-G311                            Strategic Innovation                   Module Gestion
                            Mindful Online Companies and search engine
    STR-G313                                                                   Module Gestion
    STR-G314                  Doing Business in Asia-Pacific and India         Module Gestion
    STR-S801                            Business Strategy                      Module Gestion

   Number of Courses = 36

Please check closer to your departure for Sem 2, 2010 and Sem 1,2011 courses as they haven’t been
added to this list.

The Institut d' Etudes Politiques (http://www-iep.u-strasbg.fr/) offers a few courses in English:
US Government: a Pragmatic Approach, Kennedy and his Times, A web-based experimental Course in
Economics, Labour Relations in the USA

Germany: Rhur-Universität Bochum
General Website: http://www.ruhr-uni-bochum.de/

Website of the International Office: http://international.rub.de/index.html.en

The web page for exchange students is:

Students going to Bochum need to have an adequate knowledge of German as there are no courses
taught in English at undergraduate level.

Courses taught in English are:

Master of Science Computational
MA in Human Rights
MA in Humanitarian Assistance
MA in Development Management
Graduate School of Chemistry and Biochemistry
Graduate School in Neuroscience

        Courses are not available to AEN students unless upon special request. Admission
will be assessed on a case by case basis.

Germany: Universität Leipzig
General Website: http://www.zv.uni-leipzig.de/

Website of the international office: http://www.uni-leipzig.de/international

Students are required to speak German as most of the classes are taught in German.

Academic course programmes can be found in the semester course catalogues via the following link:

There are links to all faculties and institutes at the University of Leipzig on the following page:

International Programs (taught in English)

    Erasmus Mundus Master Advanced Spectroscopy in Chemistry
    Master Structural Chemistry and Spectroscopy
     (All courses in English)
        Medicinal Chemistry, Time-resolved Spectroscopy, Surface Spectroscopy, Mass Spectrometry,
        Highlights in Natural Product Synthesis, Gas Interaction with Solid Surfaces, Applied Surface
        Analysis, Protein Crystallography, Laboratory Course Advanced Synthetic Organic Chemistry,
        Advanced practical training: Interface Investigation I: Fluids and Solids, Advanced practical
        training: Computersimulation of Interface Phenomena, Advanced practical training: Investigation of
        Reaction Kinetics and Structure, Advanced practical training: Interface Investigation II: Layers and
        Solids, Laboratory course in mass spectrometry see the webpage: http://wwwvm.rz.uni-

       Bachelor and Master International Physics Studies Program
        (All courses in English)
        BA: Experimental Physics I-IV, Calculus I-III, Linear Algebra, Chemistry, Introductory Physics
        Laboratory Course I-III, Differential Equations, Partial Differential Equations, Chemistry
        Laboratory Course, Theoretical Physics I-IV, Structure of Matter I-II, Advanced Physics
        Laboratory I-II. MA: Structure of Matter III, Advanced Physics Laboratory III, Theoretical
        Physics V see the webpage: http://www.uni-leipzig.de/~intphys/

    Erasmus Mundus Master Global Studies: A European Perspective
        Introduction to Global History (lecture and tutorial), Transatlantic Empires in the 18th and Early
        19th Century: Reform, Resistance, and Reconfiguration in the Americas, Ethnicity in African History,
        Social development see the webpage:

       Master European Studies
       Master African Studies

PHD Programme: Transnationalization and Regionalization from the 18th Century to the
State in Africa, Transatlantic Empires in the 18th and Early 19th Century: Reform, Resistance, and
Reconfiguration in the Americas, Ethnicity in African History see the webpage:

Greece: Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
General Website: http://www.auth.gr/home/index_en.html

Website of the International Office: http://www.eurep.auth.gr/index.php?lang=en

Courses at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki are normally taught in Greek. However, there are
courses in other languages too, especially at the Foreign Language Faculties, Faculty of Law (courses
in English, French and German language), School of Journalism & Mass Communication, and School of
Economics. In all the other cases, there are special arrangements for LLP/Erasmus students, such as
assignment of essays in English with the use of English bibliography in small group of students.

Information concerning courses and other academic matters can be obtained at the web site of the

GR: The courses are being taught in the Greek language.

FRL. Some courses could be taught in a foreign language only upon previous arrangement between
the student and the responsible professor.

E. The courses are being taught in the English language.

F. The courses are being taught in the French language.

I. The courses are being taught in the Italian language.

G. The courses are being taught in the German language.

             School                   Languages*                           Web site
            Theology                    GR/FRL                     http://web.auth.gr/theo/
   Pastoral & Social Theology           GR/FRL                     http://www.past.auth.gr/
            Philology                   GR/FRL                      http://www.lit.auth.gr/
      History & Archeology              GR/FRL                      http://web.auth.gr/hist/
   Philosophy and Education             GR/FRL                     http://web.auth.gr/edlit/
           Psychology                   GR/FRL                      http://web.auth.gr/psy/
English Language and Literature           E                        http://www.enl.auth.gr/
French Language and Literature             F                        http://www.frl.auth.gr/
German Language and Literature            G                         http://web.auth.gr/del/
Italian Language and Literature            I                           http://web.auth.gr/itl/
          Mathematics                    GR/FRL                     http://www.math.auth.gr/
            Physics                      GR/FRL                    http://www.physics.auth.gr/
           Chemistry                     GR/FRL             http://www.chem.auth.gr/index.php?lang
            Biology                      GR/FRL                       http://www.bio.auth.gr/
            Geology                      GR/FRL                      http://www.geo.auth.gr/
          Informatics                    GR/FRL                       http://www.csd.auth.gr/
              Law                       GR/E/F/G                http://web.auth.gr/law/Socrates/
          Economics                      GR/E/F             http://web.auth.gr/econ/english/IndexDo
       Political Science                 GR/FRL                     http://www.polsci.auth.gr/
          Agriculture                    GR/FRL                      http://web.auth.gr/agro/
      Forestry & Natural                 GR/FRL             http://www.auth.gr/univ/faculties/conten
         Environment                                                              ts
      Veterinary Medicine                GR/FRL                       http://www.vet.auth.gr/
           Medicine                      GR/FRL              http://www.med.auth.gr/indexeng.html
           Dentistry                     GR/FRL             http://web.auth.gr/dent/web/el/index.ph
            Pharmacy                     GR/FRL                   http://www.pharm.auth.gr/en/
        Civil Engineering                GR/FRL                      http://www.civil.auth.gr/
          Architecture                   GR/FRL                      http://www.arch.auth.gr/
 Rural & Surveying Engineering           GR/FRL                      http://www.topo.auth.gr/
    Mechanical Engineering               GR/FRL              http://www.meng.auth.gr/mech/el.html
     Electrical & Computer               GR/FRL                      http://genesis.ee.auth.gr/
     Chemical Engineering                GR/FRL                   http://www.cheng.auth.gr/
  General School of Physical &           GR/FRL                    http://web.auth.gr/gen/
    Mathematical Sciences

     Preschool Education                 GR/FRL                  http://nrd02w3.nured.auth.gr/
      Primary Education                  GR/FRL                     http://www.eled.auth.gr/
     Visual & Applied Arts               GR/FRL                       Not available yet /
                                                                     e-mail of the School:
         Music Studies                   GR/FRL                     http://web.auth.gr/mus/
           Drama                         GR/FRL                        Not available yet
                                                                     e-mail of the School:
          Film Studies                   GR/FRL                http://www.film.auth.gr/index.php
 Physical Education & Athletics          GR/FRL                     http://web.auth.gr/phed/

   Mass Media & Journalism           GR/E Complete                 http://www.jour.auth.gr/
                                        program in
                                  English courses only in

Hungary: Eotvos Lorand University (ELTE)

General Website: www.elte.hu/en

Website of the international office: http://www.elte.hu/en/erasmus

Website for exchange students: http://www.elte.hu/en/exchange-students

Courses taught in English are below.
For a full syllabus of each unit please go to: http://www.elte.hu/en/courses

General Courses in English and German language. Please note, that the course list is just to inform
students about the possibilities, all the announced courses can be found at the websites of the
faculties and in the link above.

       Faculty   of Elementary and Nursery School Teachers Training
            o     Teaching methodology I.
            o     Teaching methodology III.
            o     Children's literature II.
            o     Basic visual studies
            o     Visual education and its teaching methodology I.
            o     Children's literature I.
            o     Children's literature II.
            o     Civilisation of the English speaking countries
            o     Teaching methodology of English I.
            o     Teaching methodology of English II.
            o     Teaching methodology of English III.
            o     Children's literature III.
            o     Ball geometry
            o     Mathematical games developing thinking
            o     The practice of creation - Fine art
            o     The practice of creation - The culture of objects
            o     Visual Education and the relevant methodology IV.
            o     Visual Education and the relevant methodology II.

       Faculty   of Education and Psychology
            o     Cyberspace pedagogy
            o     The internal world of school
            o     History of childhood
            o     Giftedness in social context
            o     European integration and education
            o     Psychometrics
            o     PSYB-108 Physiology and Anatomy 2.
            o     PSYB-111 History and Psychology
            o     Statistics
            o     Statistics Pratice
            o     Cognitive Psychology 1.
            o     Cognitive Psychology 3.
            o     Cognitive Psychology Practice
            o     Developmental Psychology
            o     Developmental Psychology
            o     Social Psychology 1.
            o     Introduction to Educational Psychology
            o     Methodology: Cognitive/General Psychology
            o     Research Methodology: Developmental Psychology
            o     Economics and Behavior Science

        o     Ability Related Studies 2.
        o     Introduction to Health Psychology
        o     Pharmacopsychology and Addictions
        o     Theories of Psychotherapy
        o     Clinical Diagnostic Procedures
        o     Methodology of Health Psychology Research
        o     Practice in Diagnosis:
        o     Developmental Neuropsychology
        o     Gender differences, the Developmental Psychology of Gender Roles
        o     Child Psychodiagnostics
        o     Child Psychodiagnostics Practice

   Faculty   of Humanities
        o     English and American Studies
        o     Methodology of Intercultural Learning
        o     Methodology of Teaching Culture
        o     Teaching Business English
        o     Business Simulations
        o     Research Methodology in Applied Linguistics
        o     Resources for Teaching Culture – Textbook and Materials Analysis
        o     Critical Thinking in Teacher Training
        o     Advanced Methodology
        o     Individual Differences in Language Learning
        o     Lesson and Course Planning
        o     Language Development through Issues in Language Teaching and Learning
        o     ELT Methodology
        o     Media Text Analysis
        o     Autonomous Learning in Theory and Practice
        o     Literary Adaptation on Film: Theory and Practice
        o     Modern American Drama
        o     American Literature
        o     Theories of Culture and Literature
        o     Black in American Cinema
        o     Cultural Studies Research: American Culture in Hungary
        o     The European Origins of American Culture
        o     Historians and History-Writing in the U.S
        o     U.S. Immigration: History, Sociology, Policies
        o     The History of the U.S
        o     Cognitive Linguistics Research for Students Working on their M.A. and Ph.D. Theses
        o     American English and Linguistics
        o     Cognition and Culture
        o     The Kennedy Years
        o     The US in the Post-Cold War Years
        o     The US as an European Power in the Cold War
        o     Regional and Social Varieties of English
        o     Pragmatics
        o     Discourse Analysis
        o     Translation Studies
        o     English in the EU
        o     English Applied Linguistics
        o     Psycholinguistics
        o     How to Do Research
        o     Research Design & Statistics
        o     Theories of Second Language Acquisition
        o     Applied Linguistics: Intercultural Experiences in the EFL Classroom
        o     English Through the Media
        o     Textual Analysis, Theory and Translation
        o     Irish-English Relations
        o     Intercultural Communication

       o   Introduction to Visual Studies
       o   Gender and Visual Culture
       o   Literature and the Arts in New York in the 1910s and 1920s
       o   Specialization in English-speaking Cultures
       o   Culture and Society – Focus on Australia
       o   Canadian Culture
       o   19th Century Canadian Fiction
       o   Ethnicities in the U.S.
       o   Corp-ocracy – The Corporations of Destruction
       o   British Painting
       o   British Architecture
       o   British Society in Contemporary Films
       o   Tudor England
       o   Medieval London
       o   History of England
       o   Political and Social History of Modern Britain: 1945-2007
       o   The History of Ireland
       o   Great Britain and Central Europe
       o   English Descriptive Grammar
       o   Foundations of Syntax
       o   English Dependency Grammar
       o   History of English
       o   Current Developments in English Syntax
       o   The Syllable
       o   Phonology
       o   Reading English Phonology
       o   Syntax
       o   Intonational Phonology
       o   English Literature from the Restoration until 1890
       o   Genres of a man of letters: Samuel Johnson
       o   English Literature from 1890 until the 1960s
       o   Writing the Self: Autobiographies in English
       o   The English Novel in the First Half of the 20th Century
       o   Contemporary English Novelists: Julian Barnes, Jeanette Winterson, Tibor Fischer
       o   Wallace Stevens: Notes toward a Supreme Fiction
       o   Anglo-Irish Poetry after Yeats
       o   Shakespeare's Workshop: Construction and Deconstruction
       o   Translation of Anglo-American Literature
       o   Shakespeare analyses
       o   Love Earthly and Divine in Medieval English Prose and Verse
       o   Heroes and Villains in Medieval English Literature
       o   Philosophy after Heidegger
       o   Culture and Tradition from the Perspective of Northrop Frye and Marshall McLuhann
       o   Reading Middle English: Chaucer, Nun's Priest's Tale
       o   Keats
       o   The Romantic Fragment (Byron, Shelley, Keats)
       o   The Platonic Traditions and Romanticism
       o   Poetry Reading (Hardy, Kipling, Yeats, Eliot, E.)
       o   The Philosophy and Literature of the American Renaissance
       o   Modern British Short Stories
       o   Contemporary British Women Writers
       o   Medieval and Renaissance English Literature
       o   Beckett's Fiction
       o   From Swift to Beckett: The Anglo-Irish Literary Tradition
       o   Introducing James Joyce

   German Studies- in English and German Language
       o Was heißt Lesen? Einführung in die Theorien der literarischen Lektüre
       o Spezialseminar Literaturwissenschaft

        o     Spezialvorlesung Sprachwissenschaft 1.
        o     Spezialseminar Sprachwissenschaft 1.
        o     Spezialvorlesung Sprachwissenschaft 2.
        o     Spezialvorlesung Literaturwissenschaft 1.
        o     Spezialseminar Literaturwissenschaft 2.
        o     Spezialvorlesung Literaturwissenschaft 2.
        o     Das Deutsche aus sprachtypologischer Perspektive
        o     „Sichtbare Sprache“: Hypertext, multi- und hypermediale Mittel
        o     Elektronische Hilfsmittel in der Linguistik
        o     Computergestütztes Fremdsprachenlernen
        o     Regionen in Europa und in der deutschen Kulturgeschichte
        o     Die Stadt als Kulturzentrum
        o     Die deutsche Literatur als Vermittler für andere Literaturen
        o     Die deutsche Literatur als Vermittler der ungarischen Literatur

   Faculty   of Science
        o     Cell Biology L
        o     Plant Anatomy III. PR.
        o     Plant Anatomy I. L.
        o     Introductory Biology L
        o     Plant taxonomy I. L
        o     Plant taxonomy I. L
        o     Plant Taxonomy III.-B PR
        o     Plant Taxonomy Field Practice A
        o     Plant Taxonomy V.-A PR
        o     Biometry PR
        o     Biometry PR
        o     Comparative Functional Anatomy    I. L
        o     Comparative Functional Anatomy    III. B PR
        o     Comparative Functional Anatomy    III.A PR
        o     Mycology L
        o     Plant Anatomy IV. PR
        o     Colloid chemistry
        o     History of Biology L
        o     Cell Biology L
        o     Comparative Functional Anatomy    L.
        o     Comparative Functional Anatomy    III. B PR
        o     Comparative Functional Anatomy    IV. A PR
        o     Plant Anatomy II. L
        o     Environmental mineralogy
        o     Environmental mineralogy

   Faculty   of Social Sciences
        o     Social History I.
        o     Philosophy
        o     Inter-Ethnic Relations
        o     Labour Market, Segmentation, Discrimination
        o     Introduction to Political Science
        o     Introduction to Sociology of Organizations
        o     History of Culture and Ideas I.
        o     Communication
        o     Information Society and Publicity
        o     Communicating Prejudice
        o     Data Collection
        o     Data Collection
        o     Qualitative Techniques: Conducting Narrative Interviews
        o     Social History III.
        o     Social Structure and Social Processes II.

        o     History of Sociology
        o     Human Ecology in Social Theory
        o     Deliberative Poll in Hungary on the Roma and non-Roma Relation
        o     Statistics II.
        o     Theories of Anti-semitism
        o     Social Safety Net and Minority Politics in Hungary
        o     Readings in Qualitative Methods
        o     Introduction to American Politics
        o     Introduction to the International Protection of Minorities
        o     Old traumas – New conflints in the culture of the new Europe
        o     Hungary and Central Europe: A Regional Approach
        o     WEST-EAST PASSAGE: Literature in Juxtaposition: Scenes from American and East-
        o     European Life
        o     Contemporary Politics in Hungary in a European Context
        o     Enviromental Conflicts and enviromental policy in Central Euope
        o     The Individual and the State in International, European, and National Law
        o     Budapest, Vienna, Prague: Urban Society and Culture from the Late 19th Century to
              the Present
        o     The Roma in Europe: Minority Issues and Social Inclusion

   Faculty   of Special Education
        o     Education of Persons with Learning Difficulties
        o     Psychosocial Adaptation to Disability
        o     Introduction to Rehabilitation Medicine
        o     Basic Issues in Movement Development and Motor Functions, Assistive Technology for
        o     Persons with Physical Disabilities
        o     Preschool Education of Children with Blindness
        o     Language Development and Impairment: A Cognitive Perspective
        o     Cerebral Visual Impairment
        o     Integral Dance and Expression Therapy
        o     School-Based Strategies to Address the Emotional/Behavioral Issues of Students with
        o     Disabilities: Current Practices in the United States
        o     Fluency Disorders
        o     Visual Expression & Training of Abilities I.
        o     Techniques in Visual Arts
        o     General Principles of Environmental Adaptation (for Persons with Visual Impairment)

Iceland: University of Iceland – Háskóli Íslands,

General Website: http://www.hi.is/en

Website of the International Office:

Website to find courses taught in English:

Course Catalogue 2010-2011
Please note: The 2010-2011 Course Catalogue is still being edited and is therefore
published with provisions for possible errors, additions and amendments. Users should
take this into account. The Course Catalogue will be completed no later than by the
middle of March 2010.

Courses in English are available in the following disciplines:

Education Studies
Teacher Education

Engineering and Natural Sciences
Civil and Environmental Engineering
Earth Sciences
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Industrial Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Computer Science
Life and Environmental Science
Physical Sciences

Health Sciences
Food Science and Nutrition
Pharmaceutical Sciences

History and Philosophy
Icelandic and Comparative Cultural Studies
Language, Literature and Linguistics

Social Sciences
Political Science
Social Work
Social and Human Studies

Ireland: University College Cork
Website: www.ucc.ie/international

All courses are, of course, taught in English. Cork is not currently accepting students.

Courses are available in the following areas:

    o   Accounting
    o   Anatomy
    o   Applied Mathematics
    o   Applied Psychology
    o   Archaeology
    o   Biochemistry
    o   Biology
    o   Celtic Civilisation
    o   Chemistry
    o   Chinese Studies
    o   Civil and Environmental Engineering
    o   Computer Science (College of Arts, Celtic Studies and Social Sciences)
    o   Computer Science (College of Science, Engineering and Food Science)
    o   Drama and Theatre Studies
    o   Earth Science
    o   Ecology
    o   Economics (College of Arts, Celtic Studies and Social Sciences)
    o   Economics (College of Business and Law)
    o   Education
    o   Electrical and Electronic Engineering
    o   English
    o   Environmental Science and Environmental Studies
    o   Epidemiology and Public Health
    o   European Studies
    o   Financial Mathematics
    o   Folklore/Béaloideas
    o   Food Business and Development
    o   Food Science
    o   Food Science and Technology
    o   French
    o   Gaeilge/Irish
    o   Genetics
    o   Geography
    o   Geology
    o   German
    o   Government
    o   Greek
    o   Greek and Roman Civilisation
    o   History
    o   History of Art
    o   Italian
    o   Language and Literature
    o   Latin
    o   Law
    o   Management and Marketing
    o   Management Information Systems
    o   Mathematical Studies (College of Arts, Celtic Studies and Social Sciences)
    o   Mathematics (College of Arts, Celtic Studies and Social Sciences)
    o   Mathematics (College of Science, Engineering and Food Science)

o   Microbiology
o   Molecular Biology
o   Music
o   Nutrition
o   Paediatrics and Child Health
o   Pharmacology
o   Philosophy
o   International Education Office
o   Physics
o   Physiology
o   Plant Science
o   Politics
o   Process Engineering
o   Religions and Global Diversity
o   Social Policy
o   Sociology
o   Spanish
o   Statistics
o   Zoology

Italy: Universita di Bologna
General Website: http://www.eng.unibo.it/PortaleEn/default.htm

Website of the international office:

Good knowledge of Italian (intermediate level) is required. A few departments offer some
course in English such as: Economics, Law, Aerospace Engineering, Advanced School of Modern
Languages for Interpreters and Translators, Agriculture, Occasional seminars taught in English in the
Political Science department.

There are a number of Master Degree courses now offered in English at the University of Bologna:

Two-years master programmes (2nd level Master’s Degree courses)

Courses taught in English:

    o   Advanced spectroscopy in chemistry
    o   Bioinformatics
    o   Business Administration
    o   Civil Engineering
    o   Economics
    o   Economics and Market Policy
    o   Electronic Engineering
    o   Foreign Languages and Literature
    o   Innovation and Organization of Culture and the Arts
    o   International Horticulture
    o   Materials and sensors systems for environmental technologies

One-year master programmes (Post-graduate Professional Masters)
o        Development and international cooperation (Professional Master, 1 year, in English)
o        Intellectual Property (Professional Master, 1 year, in English)
o        International Studies in Philanthropy and Social Entrepreneurship (MISP) (Professional Master,
1 year, in English)
o        Land and Water Conservation (Professional Master, 1 year, in English)
o        Law and Economics (Professional Master, 1 year, in English, Erasmus Mundus course)
o        MiDIC-Development, innovation and change (Professional Master, 1 year, in English)
o        MIEX International Executives. Master in SMEs and International Management (Professional
Master, 1 year, in English)
o        Sustainable Development of Agricultural and Rural Areas of the Adriatic-Ionian Basin (MISS)
(Professional Master, 1 year, in English)
o        Vintage, Vine, Wine and Terroir Management (Professional Master, 1 year, in Italian and
French, Erasmus Mundus course)

For further information about International Master’s Degree Courses please check:

The University of Bologna conducts a large number of Summer Schools that are mainly taught in
English and are offered between February and September each year. They may last from one to four
weeks and most of them take place in the summer, mostly outside of traditional academic structures.
They are usually structured as intensive courses on many different subjects, designed to match a wide
range of educational and professional needs.

For further information about Summer Schools please check:

Italy: University of Malta – Link
Campus, Rome***

***It is unlikely that the Link
Campus will accept AEN
exchange students for the
foreseeable future.
Website: www.unilink.it

Latvia: Latvijas Universitate, Riga (University of Latvia)
General Website: http://www.lu.lv/eng/

Website of the International Office: http://www.lu.lv/eng/istudents

To search for courses taught in English, go to:

Spring 2010

Bachelor Level
    Economic Anthropology
    Financial Risk Management
    International Monetary Economics
    Economics of the Public Sector
    Models and Methods in Operations Management
    Management Psychology
    Intercultural Business Relations
    Leisure and Tourism Management

Master Level European Studies
    European Union Socioeconomic current Trends
    European Law II
    Practical Research Methodology Seminar I
    Practical Research Methodology Seminar III
    European Union Funds and Project Management
    European Economic Integration
    The Agricultural Policy of Latvia within the Context of the EU

Master   MBA Export Management
        International Business Law
        International Financial Business Environment
        Export Marketing
        Financial Management and Accounting
        State’s Support Policy for Entrepreneurship and export
        International Marketing communication

Spring 2010

        The European Union: History, Institutions, Politics
        Current Issues of Foreign Policy
        American Government and Politics
        Topicalities of International Political Economy

Baltic Study Programme

Foreign students are offered to get acquainted with the history of the Latvian, political, economic and
linguistic problems in the context of Europe and especially the Baltic States. Visiting students can
choose separate bachelor’s level courses according to the enclosed course description. After attending
the course the student takes exam. If the student passes it she/he receives a certificate with the
results and the number of credits.

Courses offered to foreign students are 2 credit courses. Within the framework of Latvian-Baltic
Studies it is also possible to learn Latvian language in different levels. We offer students the
opportunity to study Russian as well.

The courses can be chosen also by students of the University of Latvia as the optional part of their
study programmes (Part C).

All courses are run in English.

The following courses are proposed to our exchange students within Baltic Study Programme.

       The History of the Baltics (1200 – 1850-60)
       The History of the Baltic part 2. The End of the 19 c.2000
       Recent Economic Development of Latvia
       Music in the Baltics
       Latvia Folklore and Literature
       A History of Latvian Culture: 20th Century
       A History of Ethnic Minorities in Latvia
       International Human Rights Standards in the Baltic States

Lithuania: Vilniaus Universitetas (Vilnius University)
General Website: www.vu.lt/en

Excellent subject information on the subjects offered including subject descriptions,
assessment and reading list. There is also a search facility for looking for courses on the
Vilnius data base.

http://www.vu.lt/en/studies/non_degree/courses/ This link gives you access to courses
taught in English by Faculty. Once you click in the faculty you can see a list of courses and a very
comprehensive unit description.

      Inorganic Chemistry
      Environmental Chemistry and Pollution
      Elements of Physical Chemistry
      Practical Organic Chemistry 2
      Organic Chemistry II
      Functional Nanomaterials and Nanostructures
      Nano Structured Materials for Biosensor Design

        Practical Organic Chemistry 1
        Organic Chemistry I
        Mechanisms of Polymerization Reactions
        Advanced Organic Chemistry

      Academic Library and Study Process
      Information Wars
      Information Resource Management
      Semiotics

        Media and Advertising
        Diplomatic Protocol

      EU Economic Law
      Fundamentals of Socio Economic Research Methods
      Introduction to Statistical Methods
      Fundamentals of Economic Theory
      Management
      International Marketing
      International Economics: a Policy Approach
      Insurance
      Environmental Economics and Policy Approach
      Total Quality Management (TQM)
      Cross Cultural Marketing
      Cross Cultural Comparative Management

         International Trade and Foreign Direct Investment
         International Human Resources Management
         Tourism Marketing
         Information Technologies in Tourism
         Sustainable Tourism
         Niche Tourism
         Events Management

         Globalization
         History of Economic thought
         Quantitative Analysis in Economics
         Cross Cultural Management
         Export Marketing
         Economics of European Integration
         Comparative Economics
         International Business Strategy
         International Tourism Policy and Planning
         Strategic Tourism Management
         Tourism Finance Management
         Service Quality Management

Both terms
        Statistics for Business and Economics
        Forest Products Marketing
        Financial Statement Analysis
        Design of Quality Management Systems

       Bronze and Early Iron Age in the Baltic Area
       The Lithuanian Catholic Church under Nazi and Soviet Regimes 1970-1990

Both Terms:
        Modern Lithuanian History 1918-1990
        National Minorities in Lithuanian and Central and East Europe 1918-1939

       Corporate Law
       Introduction to the Lithuanian Civil Procedure
       European Union Labour Law
       Constitutional Comparative Law
       History of International Relations
       Introduction to the Lithuanian Law of Obligations
       Collective Labour Law
       International Competition Law
       EU and Lithuanian Public Procurement Law
       International Maritime Law
       NATO and Its Legal Framework

         Public International Law
         EC Intellectual Property Law
         Introduction to the Labour Law
         Corporate Insolvency Law
         Diplomatic and Consular Law
         Competition Law of the European Communities

       Mathematical Statistics I
       Life and Health Insurance Models
       Fractals and their Applications
       Mathematical Statistics III

         Artificial Intelligence
         Introduction to Statistics with R
         Mathematical Statistics II
         Service Oriented Architecture, Web Services and the Grid
         E-business Solutions Architectures

Both terms:
        Survival Models
        Algorithm Design and Analysis
        Discrete Mathematics
        Interactive Web 3D Graphics
        Applied Statistics with R
        Computer-Aided Geometry
        Spatial Information Systems
        Information Systems
        Data Structures and algorithms
        Database Management Systems
        Ubiquitous Computing: Advanced Topics on Mobile Services
        Advanced Algorithms and Data Structures

       Disease: when, why, how
       Oral Microbiology

       Physical Anthropology

       Hydrogeological and Engineering Geological Methods of Investigations
       Algae Taxonomy and Ecology
       Theory of Biological Evolution
       Geographie Rurale
       Biological Psychology
       Psychophysiology
       Integrated Interpretation of Geological-Geophysical Data Using Landmark „Geographix“ Software

         Introduction to Environmental Geochemistry and Geochemical Mapping
         Molecular Systematics
         Analysis of Sedimentary Basins
         Lichen Ecology

FACULTY OF PHILOLOGY (See also Kaunas Faculty of Humanities)
       20th Century British Novel: from Modernism to Post-Postmodernism
       Contrastive Grammar: Modality
       Modern Irish Literature in English
       Canadian Studies
       Media Studies and Text
       Verb Complementation: Form and Meaning
       Historiographic Metafiction in English

         Introduction to the History of Lithuanian
         Sociolinguistic Situation and Language Policy in Lithuania
         Danish Language 4
         Contemporary English II
         English Morphology
         The English History
         Contemporary English IV
         History of the English Language
         English Stylistics
         Contemporary English VI
         Introduction to Discourse Analysis
         Contemporary English VIII
         English Literary History of the 18-19th cnt.
         Assessment and Testing of English Language Skills
         Introduction to Canadian Studies
         History of North American Literature (20th century)
         Introduction to Sociolinguistics
         English Literature Course: 20th Century British Novel from Modernism to Post-Postmodernism
         Philosophy of Language
         Finnish Language 2
         Finnish Language 4
         Norwegian Language 2
         Norwegian Language 4
         Aspects of Polish Civilization
         Modern Polish Language II
         Prehistory of Polish Language
         Modern Polish Language IV
         Modern Polish Language VI
         History of Polish Literature (20th century until 1939)
         History of Polish Language (XVI-XIX century)
         History of Polish Literature (Romanticism)
         Swedish Language 2
         Swedish Language 4

         Semantics and Pragmatics
         The Victorian Novel and its Contemporary Transformations
         Cultural Studies
         The Poetics of Postmodern Parody
         Postcolonial Studies and Literature
         Verbal Categories
         Research-in-Progress Seminar
         Nineteenth-Century Russian Literature
         Ancient Greek Language I
         Slovenian Language
         Danish Language 1
         Danish Language 3
         Study Skills
         English Lexicology
         Contemporary English V
         Literary Theory
         Contemporary English VII 19th c.)
         English Literary History of the 20th cnt
         Celtic Religion and Mythology
         Introduction to Pragmatics
         Political Discourse
         Cognitive Linguistics
         Finnish Language 1
         Finnish Language 3
         Norwegian Language 1
         Norwegian Language 3
         Modern Polish Language I

         Modern Polish Language III
         Polish Language Grammar (Morphology)
         Modern Polish Language V (Polish lexicology)
         History of Polish Language (X - XV century)
         Polish-Lithuanian Boudary Culture
         Polish Language and Literature Teaching Methodology
         Seminar of Polish Linguistics/Literature
         Swedish Language 1
         Swedish Language 3

Both Terms:
        Turkey's Culture and History of the Newest Ages
        Modern Turkish
        o-Cultural Studies in the Lithuanian Context
        Lithuanian Literature at the First Half of the 20th Century: Tradition and Modernization, Ethnicity and Context
        The Bible and Antiquity in Literature
        Russian Grammar

       Key to the Scripture: Greek and Latin Fathers
       Evolutionary Psychology
       Social Work Practice
       Life-span Development
       Social Psychology
       Economic Sociology

         Focus Group Research
         Posttraumatic Society
         Research Methods and Statistics in Social Sciences
         Classical Ethics and Modern Leadership
         Sociological Rational Choice Theory
         Criminological Discourses
         Contemporary Philosophy of Mind

       Analytical Mechanics
       Vibration Spectroscopy of Polyatomic Molecules
       Statistical Physics
       General Physics IV (Optics)
       Basics of Mathematical Modelling
       Computational Chemistry
       Materials Science
       Acoustic-optics
       Energy Saving Semiconductor Technologies
       Modern Electronic Devices
       Quantum Field Theory Applications for Solid State and Mezoscopic Systems
       Modern Theoretical Physics
       Quantum Field Theory Applications for Solid State and Mezoscopic Systems
       Modern Theoretical Physics
       The World of Particles

         Basics of Quantum Mechanics
         General Physics (Mechanics)
         Nuclear Physics
         Electronics
         Experimental Physics III: Electricity and Magnetism
         Man and Environment
         Transmission Lines

         Introduction to Digital Signal Processing
         Novel Materials and Materials Science
         Electrodynamics
         Materials Research Methods
         Optical Phenomena in Semiconductors
         Photonics and Adaptive Optics
         Case Studies of Nuclear Accidents
         Organic Semiconductors
         Quantum Relaxation Theory
         Selected Topics of Solid State Physics
         Modelling of Processes
         Quantum Statistical Mechanics
         Solid State Ionics
         Nanotechnologies
         Solid-State Lighting Technology

       Belarus Studies
       Baltic States Studies
       Civilizations, Religions, and Peace
       Theory and Practice of Conflict Resolution
       Nationalism and its manifestations in Eastern and Central Europe
       Russian studies
       Eastern and Central Europe and European Integration
       Security and Sustainable Development
       Theories and History of Peace
       Cross-cultural communication and Conflict Management
       Deconstructing soviet system: politics, culture and everyday life
       Politics and Government in Lithuania
       Globalisation Challenges
       American Way of War
       Eastern and Central Europe: the regional integration
       Visegrad Group Studies

         Central and Eastern Europe: Energy Security issues
         Armed Forces, State and Society
         The History of the Holocaust in Eastern and Central Europe
         Moral Issues of War
         Conflict in International Law
         Conflict in Modern International Relations
         Eastern and Central Europe: the History of the 20th Century
         Eastern and Central Europe: the economical transformation
         Eastern and Central Europe: the political system
         Strategy Sutdies
         Insurgency and Counter Insurgency
         Economic and Monetary Region
         Regions of Instability and Armed Conflicts in Territory of the Commonwealth of Independent States
         The morality of Nations and nationalistm
         Development of Modern China
         Macroeconomic Policy
         Speech, Argumentation and debate
         Media in Conflict
         Human Rights in Eastern and Central Europe

Both Terms:
        Security Issues of the Baltic States

       Business Mathematics
       Macroeconomics
       Philosophy
       Financial Accounting
       Organizational Management
       Comparative Economics
       Applied Statistics
       Money and Credit
       The art of Public Speaking
       Labour Law
       Marketing I
       Social Security Economics
       Consumer Law
       The fundamentals of international negotiations
       Finance
       Public Relations
       Logistics
       Marketing Research
       Insurance
       Strategic Management
       Financial Markets
       Settlements in Foreign Trade

         Micron economics
         Descriptive Statistics
         Human Resources Management
         International Economics
         Civil Law
         Business Environmental Protection
         Business Psychology
         Psychology of Communication
         Quality Management
         International Protocol
         International Commercial Law
         Export Management
         Finance Management
         Advertising
         Quantitative Methods in Economics
         Business strategy
         Marketing II
         European Economic Integration
         Investment Management
         Cross Cultural Management

Other faculties available in the following areas:
    Kaunas Faculty of Humanities
    Oriental Studies Centre
    Academic Music and Theatre
    Academy of Fine Arts

There is also a very useful link on the above home page which give the courses offered by
Vilnius divided into subjects areas rather than by Faculty.

Malta: University of Malta

General Website: www.um.edu.mt or www.socrates.um.edu.mt/erasmus.html
All courses are taught in English.

Website of International Office: http://www.um.edu.mt/int-eu/visitingstudents

ARTS based courses are the most popular choice among our visiting students. Subject areas include
anthropology, archaeology, history, classical culture and civilization, general communication studies,
comparative religion, contemporary Mediterranean studies, languages, international relations,
philosophy, sociology and theatre studies. Many international visiting students also choose to study
business/finance related subjects at the Faculty of Economics, Management and Accountancy.
Students may also opt to enrol in study-units with the Faculty of Education, European Documentation
Centre, Faculty of Law, Department of Psychology, Department of Social Policy and Social Work,
Department of Public Policy, Centre for Communication Technology, Faculty of Architecture and Civil
Engineering, Faculty of Information and Communication Technology, and with the Faculty of Theology.

All courses available can be found in this link: http://www.um.edu.mt/about/academic

The University today has eleven Faculties:
   1. Built Environment,
   2. Arts,
   3. Dental Surgery,
   4. Economics,
   5. Management & Accountancy,
   6. Education,
   7. Engineering,
   8. Information & Communication Technology,
   9. Laws,
   10. Medicine & Surgery,
   11. Science and Theology.
A number of interdisciplinary Institutes and Centres have been set up in various fields. The Institutes
       Agriculture,
       Anglo-Italian Studies,
       Baroque Studies,
       Confucius,
       Criminology,
       International Environment,
       Health Care,
       Islands & Small States,
       Linguistics,
       Maltese Studies,
       Public Administration & Management,
       Physical Education & Sport,
       Sustainable Development,
       Sustainable Energy,

       Mediterranean Institute and
       Edward de Bono Institute for the Design & Development of Thinking.
The Centres comprise:
       Centre for Communication Technology,
       Centre for Family Studies,
       Centre for Labour Studies,
       Centre for Literacy,
       Euro-Mediterranean Centre for Educational Research,
       Centre for Environmental Education & Research,
       Euro-Mediterranean Centre on Insular Coastal Dynamics,
       European Centre of Educational Resilience & Socio-Emotional Health,
       European Centre for Gerontology, t
       he European Documentation & Research Centre and
       the International Ocean Institute - Malta Operational Centre.

The Institute of Conservation and Management of Cultural Heritage (ICMCH) is the teaching and
research arm of Heritage Malta. The Institute promotes and co-ordinates the pursuit of
interdisciplinary training at professional, technical and craftsman levels in all aspects of conservation-
restoration and management of cultural heritage. ICMCH makes use of Heritage Malta's Conservation
Division's extensive facilities to provide courses including those leading to degrees conferred by the
University of Malta.

University of Malta – Rome Link Campus***

***It is unlikely that the Rome Link Campus will accept AEN exchange
students for the foreseeable future.

Netherlands: Universiteit Utrecht (Utrecht University)

General Website: http://www.uu.nl/en/Pages/default.aspx

Website for incoming students: www.uu.nl/exchange

Utrecht University offers a large number of courses taught in English at both the Bachelor level and
Master level. Information about courses open for Exchange and Visiting students can be found per
faculty. You can also find contact information for all the faculties on the links below.

Course descriptions and course schedules 2009 / 2010

Utrecht University has seven faculties that offer a broad spectrum of academic disciplines.
       Faculty of Humanities
            o   Faculty of Arts: http://www2.let.uu.nl/cursuskrant/IndexEng.htm

       Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences
            o   http://www.uu.nl/uupublish/defaculteit/organisatie/diensten/onderwijsenstude/welco

       Faculty of Law, Economics & Governance
            o   School of Law:

            o   School of Economics:

            o   School of Governance

       Faculty of Geosciences
            o   http://www.geo.uu.nl/homegeosciences/studying/programmesinengl/certificatecours/

       Faculty of Medicine
            o   http://www.umcutrecht.nl/subsite/bmw/International-Students
            o   www.internationaloffice.umcutrecht.nl/

       Faculty of Veterinary Sciences
            o   http://www.uu.nl/EN/faculties/veterinarymedicine/Pages/default.aspx

       Faculty of Science
            o   Natural Sciences: http://www.cs.uu.nl/education/exchange
            o   Life Sciences: http://www.uu.nl/EN/faculties/science/Pages/default.aspx

       University college Utrecht
            o http://www.ucu.uu.nl/courses.shtml

       Roosevelt Academy (RA)
           o http://www.roac.nl/roac/courses.shtml

The international honours colleges of UU are also open to exchange students if GPA is (at least) 3.0 or

Areas of study that are not available to exchange students are Medicine and Veterinary Medicine.

Courses are listed by Faculty and exchange students are strongly advised to check the level and entry
requirements of the course they choose. Courses levels are: Introduction (Level 1), Intermediate
(Level 2), Advanced (Level 3) and Master’s (Level 4).

Netherlands: Hogeschool voor de Kunsten (Utrecht
School of the Arts)

General Website: http://www.hku.nl/web/English.htm

Website of the International Office: http://sscweb.hku.nl/exchange

The Utrecht School of the Arts (HKU) offers many bachelor courses in fine art, design, music, theatre,
media, games and interaction, arts education and arts management. Within these courses there are
specific modules open to exchange students. As an exchange student you will take part in the courses
offered in the second or third year of the full-time programmes. You will not receive a degree from
Utrecht School of the Arts, but depending on the arrangements made with your home university the
courses taken at HKU will count towards your degree at home.

The courses are taught in Dutch. Exchange students may attend and will be supervised in English. Most
courses have identified 1 or 2 semesters which are suitable, click on the links below to find out more.

•   Bachelor   of   Art and Technology
•   Bachelor   of   Design
•   Bachelor   of   Fine Art
•   Bachelor   of   Education
•   Bachelor   of   Music

For a list of modules available go to:

Students who apply MUST send a (digital) portfolio of their work. The course leaders
decide on acceptance based on the application together with the portfolio.

Following is information from the Utrecht School of the Arts regarding admission of AEN exchange
students to the School:

The Faculties of Music, Art, Media and Technology, and Visual Arts and Design are open to AEN
students. However there are some departments where it is more difficult to accept exchange students
due to the high level of interest from both Dutch and foreign students. These departments are marked
with “restricted”. The courses in the Faculty of Theatre and the Faculty of Art and Economics are not
open to students who do not speak Dutch as the language plays too important a role in the education
process. In addition, the School of Design Management is not open to exchange students.

Utrecht School of Fine Art (open)
Bachelor of Fine Art in:
- Painting
- Sculpture
- Printmaking
- Drawing
- Intermedia
- Digital Media

Utrecht School of Spatial Design (open)
Bachelor of Design in:
- Urban Interior Architecture
- Interior Architecture

Utrecht School of Visual Communication (restricted)
Bachelor of Design in:
- Graphic Design
- Photography
- Illustration

 Utrecht School of Product Design (open)
Bachelor of Design in:
- 3D Design
- Industrial Design
- Fashion Design
- Fashion Communication

Utrecht School of Visual Art and Education (restricted)
Bachelor of Education in Visual Art and Design:
- Drawing and Painting
- Spatial Design
- Textiles Design
- Audiovisual Media

Utrecht School of Design Management (not available to exchange students)
Bachelor of Art and Economics in Visual Art and Design Management

International Master’s Programs
All MA-courses are accessible for foreign students who speak English, but are not open for exchange
students. These are:

Visual Art and Design
Master of Arts in Fine Art
Master of Arts in Design
For more information: http://www.mahku.nl

Media, Music, Games and Interaction
European Media Master of Arts (EMMA)
Phil and PhD / research programs
For more information, please contact Paul van Zoggel, coordinator research and design at

Master of Music For more information: http://english.hku.nl

Arts Management
Master of Arts in Arts Management For more information: http://www.hku.nl/ma-am

Norway: Universitetet i Bergen (University of Bergen)
General Website: http://www.uib.no/en

Website of the International Office: http://prospective.uib.no/

The University of Bergen offers a large number of courses taught in English at both undergraduate
and postgraduate level. There are also course descriptions, objectives and assessment guidelines for
each course to be found there. A number of master’s courses is available.

To find courses please go to http://prospective.uib.no/ and select from the menu at the top Studies
and then Courses Spring Semester 2010.

Each course is assigned a three-digit number, where the first digit is either 1 (100 courses), 2 (200
courses) or 3 (300 courses). 100 courses are beginner's courses. 200 courses involve some
specialisation, while 300 courses involve a higher level of specialisation. Normally, 100 courses may
only be included at the bachelor's level, while 200 courses may be included in bachelor's or master's
level. 100 courses and 200 courses are listed as undergraduate courses. As a rule, 300 courses may
only be incorporated into master's programmes and these are here listed as postgraduate courses

Humanities and aesthetic studies

Undergraduate Courses
DASP101 / Programming and Search Strategies
DASP201 / Grammars and computational tools
DASP202 / Semantic and pragmatic processing
DASP203 / Lexicon and Wordnet
DIKULT100 / Networked Communication and Publishing
DIKULT104 / Computing technology: History, theory and practice
DIKULT105 / Web Design and Web Aesthetics
DIKULT206 / Critical Perspectives on Technology and Society I
ENG101 / English Language I
ENG125 / British Literature and Culture
ENG211 / English language studies
ENG212 / English Literature and Culture
ENG251 / English language studies with term paper
ENG252 / English litterature and culture with term paper
EUR103 / Europe after 1945: Resources, Demography, Economy
FIL211 / Specialized Study in Philosophy 1
FIL212 / Specialized Study in Philosophy 2
FIL213 / Specialized Study in Philosophy 3
FRAN253 / Studies in French Literature
HIS111 / History of the United States
ISL102 / Icelandic literature and society
ITAL252 / Studies in early Italian literature
LING204 / Language typology
NOFI101 / Old Norse language
NOFI104 / Old Norse literature and culture I
NOLI102 / Nordic literature: Literature after 1900
NOLI103 / Nordic Literature: Literature up to 1900

NOLI208 / Nordic Literature: Advanced Study I in Nordic Literature with Term Paper
NOLI209 / Scandinavian studies: Advanced study II in Scandinavian literature
NOSP102 / Nordic Linguistics: Modern Languages
NOSP103 / Nordic Linguistics: Language History and Spoken Language
NOSP208 / Nordic Linguistics: Advanced Study I in Nordic Linguistics with Term Paper
NOSP209 / Scandinavian studies: Advanced study II in Scandinavian linguistics
PSANA201 / Identity, Gender and Self in Modern Psychoanalysis
SAS1 / Norwegian Language - Scandinavian area studies
SAS2B / Scandinavian Literature: 20th Century -
Scandinavian Area Studies
SPLA201 / Studies in Spanish Language
SPLA202 / Studies in Latin American Literature
SPLA203 / Studies in Latin American Culture
SPLA251 / Studies in Spanish Language with bachelor paper
SPLA252 / Studies in Latin American Literature with bachelor paper
SPLA253 / Studies in Latin American Culture with bachelor paper
TYS112 / German culture
TYS201 / Studies in German language
TYS202 / Studies in German literature
TYS251 / Studies in German language with term paper
TYS252 / Studies in German literature with term paper
Postgraduate Courses
DASP302 / Statistical Methods
DASP307 / Academic Writing for Master`s and PhD Students in Language and Linguistics
DIKULT305 / Praksisprosjekt i digital kultur
DIKULT307 / Critical perspectives on technologies and Society II
FIL301 / Research Topics in Philosophy
FIL303 / Research Topics in Philosophy
LINGMET / Methods for Language-Related Master`s programmes

Medicine, dental and health studies

Postgraduate Courses

HUB310 / Philosophy of science and research ethics
HUB315 / Cellular neurophysiology - Ion channels and membrane excitability
HUB340 / Cardiovascular (Heart) Physiology
HUCEL320 / Cell culture and cellular techniques
HUCEL363 / Cytoskeleton
HUCEL366 / Intracellular traffic
HUCEL369 / Neurochemistry
HUCEL369A / Neurochemistry
HUCEL371 / Seminar series
HUCEL372 / Tumor biology
HUCEL374 / Regulation of euchariotic gen expression
HUFY362 / Methods in Neurophysiology
HUFY370 / Circulatory research
HUFY371 / Neurophysiological Research
HUFY372 / In vivo imaging and physiological modeling
HUIMM303 / Human immunobiology
HUIMM304 / Molecular and cellular methods in immunology
HUIMM901 / Wednesday seminars
HUIMM902 / Friday seminars

HUIMM903 / Human immunobiology
HUIMM904 / Molecular and cellular methods in immunology
HUMIK301 / Microbiology of bacteria, prtozoa and fungi
HUPAT301 / Basic human pathology
HUVIR301 / Basic course in virology
HUVIR320 / Human Vaccinology
INTH313 / Globalization and Health
INTH321 / Experimental Epidemiology
INTH322 / Socio-Cultural Dimensions of International Health
INTH323A / Qualitative Metods for International Public Health
INTH325 / Culture and Psycopathology - Mental health in a cross-cultural perspective
INTH328A / Global TB Epidemiology and Intervention
INTH329 / Global HIV Epidemic and Research Challenges to Improve Prevention
INTH353 / Clinical Managment of HIV Infection
INTH356 / Observational epidemiology: Survey, cohort and case-control studies

Natural Sciences and Technology

Undergraduate Courses
BIO210 / Evolutionary biology
GEOF211 / Numerical modelling
GEOF212 / Climatology- climate change
GEOF220 / Physical meteorology
GEOF231 / Operational oceanography
GEOL242 / Igneous and metamorphic petrology
INF223 / Category theory
INF227 / Introduction to logic
INF235 / Complexity theory
INF236 / Parallel algorithms
INF247 / Cryptology
KJEM212 / Molecular driving forces
MAT213 / Functions of a complex variable
MAT220 / Algebra
MAT232 / Functional Analysis
MAT243 / Manifolds
MAT252 / Continuum mechanics
MAT253 / Hydrodynamics
MAT255 / Reservoir simulation
MAT257 / Reservoir simulations in practice
MAT260 / Scientific computing 2
MAT262 / Image processing
MAT264 / Computational Science II
MAT265 / Parameter estimation and inverse problems
MOL211 / Virology
MOL215 / Tumor Biology
MOL217 / Applied Bioinformatics II
MOL231 / Project in Molecular Biology
PHYS201 / Quantum Mechanics
PHYS208 / Solid State Physics
PHYS225 / Instrumentation
PHYS231 / Physics of Radiation
PHYS241 / Nuclear and Particle Physics
PHYS264 / Environmental Optics and Transport of Light and Particles
PHYS291 / Data handling in physics

PTEK203   /   Mass transfer and phase equilibrium
PTEK205   /   Numerical techniques for process technology
PTEK212   /   Reservoir Technology I
PTEK214   /   Experimental Reservoir Physics
PTEK241   /   Introduction to Multiphase Systems
Postgraduate Courses
BIO301 / Current topics in biodiversity, evolution and ecology
GEOF296 / Theoretical seismology
GEOF325 / Dynamics of the Atmosphere 2
GEOF334 / Microwave satellite remote sensing
GEOF336 / Advanced chemical oceanography
GEOF363 / Advanced marine geology and geophysics
GEOF374 / Seismic Risk
GEOF375 / Seismic instrumentation
GEOF395 / Advanced applies seismic analysis
GEOF397 / Advanced seismic
GEOL342 / Radiogenic and Stable Isotope Radiogenic and Stable Isotope Geochemistry
GEOL363 / Advanced sedimentology/stratigraphy
INF251 / Computer Graphics
INF271 / Combinatorial optimization
INF272 / Non-linear optimization
INF359 / Selected topics in visualization
KJEM306 / NMR-spectroscopy II
KJEM319 / Experimental Techniques in Physical Chemistry
KJEM321 / Quantum-Chemical Methods
KJEM331 / Photochemistry
KJEM336 / Industrial Organic Chemistry
MAR251 / Ethics and Welfare for Aquatic Organisms
MAR255 / Seafood Microbiology
MAR258 / Environmental Impact of Aquaculture
MAR274 / Pharmacology: Fish Diseases
MOL310 / Structural Molecular Biology
MOL311 / Project in Molecular Biology
MOL321 / Molecular Biology Litterature Analysis
PHYS333 / Relativistic Heavy Ion Physics
PHYS341 / Selected topics in experimental particle physics
PHYS342 / Quantum field theory
PHYS343 / Quark and lepton physics

You may switch to other courses when you have arrived in Bergen because some courses are only held if enough
students enrol and some courses are held irregularly. Contact a student advisor for further information.

Social Sciences, Law and Psychology

Social Sciences
Undergraduate Courses

ECON216 / Environmental and Resource Economics
GEO-SD201 / Introduction to model based analysis and policy design
GEO204 / Quantitative analysis -1
GEO206 / Qualitative analysis
GEO221 / Regions and innovation
MEVI110 / Introduction to Media Studies and the Norwegian Media System

SAMPOL120 / Scandinavian Politics and Government
SAMPOL213 / Political economy and the welfare state
SAMPOL214 / Political economy
SAMPOL215 / EU Institutions and Politics
SANT220 / Anthropology, intervention and development
SOS109 / The Scandinavian Welfare Model and Gender Relations

Postgraduate Courses

ECON315 / Development Economics II
GEO-SD306 / Laboratory experiments and bounded rationality
GEO-SD308 / System Dynamics Modelling Process II
GEO-SD321 / Model based development planning
GEO306 / Qualitative methods: fieldwork and interpretation of field data.
GEO324 / Special topic in rural and regional geography
GEO337 / Myths, narratives and institutions: Critical perspectives on environment and development
INFOMEVI345 / Computer Games and Computer Games Culture
SAMPOL316 / Law, Politics and Democracy
SAMPOL318 / European Politics
Postgraduate Courses

JUS250-2-C   -   Human Rights and the Welfare State
JUS258-2-B   -   Competition Law
JUS272-2-A   -   American Law
JUS273-2-A   -   Legal Philosophy
JUS273-2-C   -   Law and Justice
JUS274-2-A   -   Comparative Company Law & Economics 1: Theory and Structure
JUS277-2-A   -   Introduction to Copyright Law
JUS277-2-B   -   International Copyright Law
JUS279-2-A   -   Transnational Commercial Law I
JUS279-2-B   -   Transnational Commercial Law II
JUS280-2-A   -   Dispute resolution
JUS281-2-A   -   Comparative Constitutional Law
JUS282-2-A   -   International Business Contracts: Structures, Negotiation, Conflict Avoidance and Resolution
JUS283-2-A   -   Arbitration: Theory and Principles
JUS283-2-B   -   Arbitration: Practice and Advocacy

Courses for next semester

JUS270-2-A   -   Economic Analysis of Law
JUS271-2-A   -   Energy Law
JUS275-2-A   -   Terrorism in International and European Criminal Law
JUS276-2-A   -   Human Rights Law
JUS278-2-A   -   Comparative Private Law

Postgraduate Courses

PSYK302G / Culture and psychopathology: mental health in a Cross-cultural Perspective.
PSYK313 / Method 1
PSYK314 / Scientific authorship and presentation (APA)
PSYK321B / Term paper, Biological- and medical psychology

PSYK322 / Medical health psychology
PSYK331A / Cognitive psychology
PSYK331B / Term paper, Cognitive psychology
PSYK341B / Term paper, Personality psychology
PSYK343 / Methods 4
PSYK351B / Term paper, Social psychology
PSYK352 / Preventive health psychology
PSYK353 / Methods 5
PSYK354 / Society and culture

Poland: Uniwersytet Jagiello´nski w Krakowie
(Jagiellonian University), Krakow

General Website: http://www.uj.edu.pl

Website of the International Office: http://poprzednia.uj.edu.pl

Please check with Krakow as to when the courses are offered. Some courses are two
semesters in length. These are indicated by a (2). Please note that each course requires a
minimum number of participants (10 – 15) in order to be activated.

Courses in English 2009/2010

Spring Term
          Institute/Program                                             Title
Centre for Polish Language and       Polish Language Course
Culture in the World
Faculty of Law and Administration    Europeization of Contract Law
Faculty of Law and Administration    The current development of ECJ Case-Law
Faculty of Law and Administration    Consumer Protection Law
Faculty of Law and Administration    Spanish Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure
Faculty of Law and Administration    Introduction to US Criminal Law
Faculty of Law and Administration    Constitutional systems of central and eastern European states
Faculty of Law and Administration    Constitutional Systems of Contemporary Democratic States
Faculty of Law and Administration    Communication with the client-workshop
Faculty of Law and Administration    Introduction to Polish Intellectual Property Law
Faculty of Law and Administration    Introduction to Polish Penal Law
Faculty of Law and Administration    Introduction to Polish Constitutional Law and Political System
Faculty of Law and Administration    Introduction to Polish Commercial Law
Faculty of Law and Administration    Introduction to Polish Civil Law
Faculty of Law and Administration    Introduction to Polish Administrative Law and Administrative Proceedings
Faculty of Law and Administration    Medical Law and Bioethics
Institute of Journalism and Social   European Media Policy
Institute of Sociology               Gender and Law
Institute of Sociology               Polish Welfare System
Institute of Sociology               Sociology and Psychology of Terrorism
Institute of Sociology               Sociology of organised crime
Institute of Sociology               Sociology of Science
Institute of Sociology               The Anthropology of Eastern Europe
Institute of Sociology               The Heart of Society: Sociological Perspectives on social Movements
Institute of Sociology               Religion in R. Macedonia and West Balkan Region
Institute of Sociology               Liberalism and its critics: historical and contemporary perspectives
Institute of Sociology               Racism and nationalism in the contemporary world
Institute of Psychology              Mental aspects of sports performance
Institute of Psychology              Psychological aspects of sports performance
Institute of American Studies        European and American legal system
Institute of American Studies        Transatlantic Economies
Institute of American Studies        The cultural history in Polish cinema

Institute of American Studies        Theory and Globalisation in the Sociology of Sport
Interdisciplinary Program in         The Holocaust and Its Cultural Meaning II
Humanities and Social Sciences
Interdisciplinary Program in         Cold War
Humanities and Social Sciences
Interdisciplinary Program in         Contemporary Jewish Cinema through Philosophy
Humanities and Social Sciences
Interdisciplinary Program in         History of Polish Literature II
Humanities and Social Sciences
Interdisciplinary Program in         Polish Modern Visual Arts
Humanities and Social Sciences
Interdisciplinary Program in         An Overview of 20th Century History of Central and Eastern Europe
Humanities and Social Sciences
Interdisciplinary Program in         Political and Legal System of Poland
Humanities and Social Sciences
Interdisciplinary Program in         Poland and European Union
Humanities and Social Sciences
Interdisciplinary Program in         Polish contemporary Cinema II
Humanities and Social Sciences
Interdisciplinary Program in         Modern Philosophy II
Humanities and Social Sciences
Interdisciplinary Program in         Cultural globalisation: Theory and Experience
Humanities and Social Sciences
Interdisciplinary Program in         People and Spaces, Social history of the Communist Era in East Central
Humanities and Social Sciences       Europe
Institute of Regional Studies        Communism and Pots Communist Transformation in East Central Europe
Institute of Physics                 Configuration Thermodynamics
Institute of Physics                 Time Series Analysis
Institute of Physics                 Modern Laboratory
Institute of Physics                 Introduction to conformed field theories
Institute of Physics                 Random Matrices Theory and Applications
Institute of Physics                 Early-Universe Cosmology
Institute of Physics                 Introduction to representation theory of Lie Groups
Institute of Physics                 Practical applications of numerical methods in theoretical physics
Institute of Physics                 Field theory II
Institute of Physics                 Black hole astrophysics
Department of Comparative            Mysticism: India and of the People of the Book
Civilisation Studies
Department of Comparative            Music cultures, Theatre and Performing Arts of India
Civilisation Studies
Centre for European Studies          Western European Political History since 1945
Centre for European Studies          Introduction to CEE Literature
Centre for European Studies          The Jews in Central Europe-Holocaust and its aftermath
Centre for European Studies          CEE transition and EU Enlargement
Centre for European Studies          Foreign and International relations in CEE facing CFSP/ESDP
Centre for European Studies          Europeanization and Transformation of Collective identity
Centre for European Studies          EU-Russia Economic Relations
Centre for European Studies          Meaning and Value of Democracy from a philosophical perspective
Centre for European Studies          EU Administration, Justice and home Affairs
Centre for European Studies          Jewish Identities Holocaust Auschwitz
Centre for European Studies          Gender, Citizenship and Democracy in CEE
Centre for European Studies          Theorising European Integration CEE Countries in the Transforming Union
Department of International Polish   Jews in Poland: Their history Religion and Culture to 1939

Department of International   Polish   Between Intimacy and Politics: New Comparative Readings in Modern
Studies                                Polish Literature and Culture
Department of International   Polish   A Survey of the Polish Art. History (From Romanesque Art to Art Nouveau)
Department of International   Polish   Intermediate Polish Language
Department of International   Polish   History of Poland in the 20th Century- 1914-1990
Institute of Public Affairs            Marketing Poland
Institute of Public Affairs            Cross Cultural Communication
Institute of Public Affairs            Education, Democracy and Leaders
Institute of Public Affairs            Business Psychology
Institute of Public Affairs            Communication Psychology
Institute of Public Affairs            Advanced Management Workshop
Institute of Public Affairs            Corporate Social Responsibility
Institute of Public Affairs            World Development
Institute of Public Affairs            Global banking
Institute of Public Affairs            Corporate Finances

Autumn Term
          Institute/Program                                                Title
Centre for European Studies              Political and Social History of 20th Century CEE
Centre for European Studies              To Be (or Not To Be) Central European:Literatureand Society
Centre for European Studies              Finances in the UE and Lisbon Strategy
Centre for European Studies              EU Foreign and Security Policy
Centre for European Studies              History and Theory of European integration
Centre for European Studies              Business and Markets in CEE
Centre for European Studies              EU Policies and Institutional Architecture
Centre for European Studies              Polish Visual Arts in a Central European Context
 Department of Comparative               Political Problems of South Asia
Department of Comparative                Meeting East and West – Cultural Understanding
Institute of Sociology                   More than a Place. Sociological Perspectives on Globalization
Institute of Sociology                   Social Capital and Trust
Institute of Sociology                   Anthropology of Cultural Pluralism
Institute of Sociology                   Reading Homans
Institute of Sociology                   Introduction to Sociology: Through Classic Theories and Beyond
Institute of Geography and Spatial       Socio-Economic Geography of Central Europe
Institute of Geography and Spatial       Physical Geography of Central Europe
Institute of Geography and Spatial       Geographical Problems of Cracow
Faculty of Law and Administration        Fundamentals of Anglo-American and Polish legal systems
Faculty of Law and Administration        Grundlagen des Studiums des ausländischen Rechts und der
Faculty of Law and Administration        Criminal Law of Czech Republic
Faculty of Law and Administration        International Trade and Investment Law
Faculty of Law and Administration        Freedom of Speech in the US Supreme Court Jurisprudence
Faculty of Law and Administration        Comparative Perspective of the Roman and Modern Private Law
Faculty of Law and Administration        European Labour Law
Faculty of Law and Administration        Legal English
Faculty of Law and Administration        Legal French
Faculty of Law and Administration        Legal German
Interdisciplinary Program in             The Holocaust and Its Cultural Meaning I
Interdisciplinary Program in             History of Polish Culture
Interdisciplinary Program in             History of Polish Literature I
Interdisciplinary Program in             Visualise. Cultural Theory of Seeing

Interdisciplinary Program in              Poland and European Union
Interdisciplinary Program in              Religion in Poland From Perun to Pope John Paul II
Interdisciplinary Program in              Polish Contemporary Film I
Interdisciplinary Program in              Modern Philosophy I
Interdisciplinary Program in              Discourses of Polish Memory
Institute of Psychology                   Cognitive aspects of bilingualism - introduction
Institute of Psychology                   Psychology of language
Institute of Psychology                   Industrial and organizational psychology
Institute of Psychology                   Introduction to Total Participation Management
Institute of Psychology                   Social cognition - empirical workshop
Institute of Psychology                   Stereotypes and prejudice - workshop
Institute of Psychology                   Psychological organization diagnosis
Institute of Psychology                   Marketing practice in a TPM Think Tank Project
Institute of Psychology                   Research methods in customer relationship management
Institute of Psychology                   Personal religion and its place: A psychological interpretation
Institute of Psychology                   The Acting Person in managerial and organizational cognition
Institute of Scientific Information and   Business Information Literacy
Institute of Scientific Information and   Information Resources in digital era
Institute of Scientific Information and   Information systems for scholars
Faculty of Management and                 International Management
Faculty of Management and                 Corporate social responsibility
Faculty of Management and                 Cross-cultural communication
Faculty of Management and                 Marketing Poland
Faculty of Management and                 Organizational Behaviour
Faculty of Management and                 Human Resources Management
Faculty of Management and                 Education, Democracy, Leaders
Faculty of Management and                 History of Economic Thought
Faculty of Management and                 Public Relations online
Department of Jewish Studies at the       Jews in Krakow Through the Centuries. A Historical Overview
Institute of American Studies and         TAS202 The Globalisation of ‘black’ American expressive culture
Institute of American Studies and         TAS201 Cold War in Hollywood
Institute of American Studies and         TAS207 The Special Relationship:Britain and the United States from the
Institute of American Studies and         TAS209 Political and Legal System of Poland
Institute of American Studies and         TAS211 Transatlantic Security
Institute of American Studies and         TAS205 Introduction to European Union
Institute of Political Studies and        Transatlantic Relations: past, Present and future',

The various websites below offer course descriptions, assessment requirements and, in some
areas, reading lists.

Website: www.uj.edu.pl/ISOffice/Studies/cbc.rtf
Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises in Poland (2), Socioeconomic Determinants of the Polish Transition
1990-2004, Quality in Management, Corporate Social Responsibility, Fraud and Corruption in the Public
Sector, Stress in Organizational Transformation, Body Language (2), Introduction to Philosophy, Business
Ethics, Management of Information Systems, Management of Change, Strategic Management, European
Media Policy, Polish National Identity (2), Organizational Cultures, International, European and Polish
Intellectual Property Law, Human Resource Management, Business Psychology, Organizational Behaviour,
Website Quality, International Art Market, Introduction to Finance (2)

Website: www.uj.edu.pl/IPE/humsoc.html
A new Europe on the International Scene – Central European Perspective (2), An Overview of pre-20th
Century Polish History, The Holocaust and its Cultural Meaning, Polish Contemporary Film (2), Modern
Philosophy(2), History of 20th Century Art, Psychology of Culture, History of Polish and European Literature
– A Comparative Perspective, History of Polish Culture, Polish System of Human and Civil Rights Protection,
20th Century Psychological Views of Man

Website: www.uj.edu.pl/IPE/natsci.html
Introductory Quantum Optics, From Quantum Mechanics to Quantum Computers, Introduction to
Econophysics, Random Geometry: From Gravity to Internet, Statistical Methods of Data Analysis,
Physiological Ecology and Energetics: Terrestrial Ecology, Contemporary Problems of Cell Biology, Physics of
Metallic Materials, Evolutionary Ecology and Life History Evolution, Introduction to Modeling of Chemical and
Biological Systems, Molecular Photochemistry and Photophysics, Density Functional Theory, Theory of
Chemical Reactivity, Design of Crystals with Required Properties, Photobiology and Photomedicine:
Biophysical Principles, Natural Environment and Landscape of the Krakow Region – Field Classes

www-is.phils.uj.edu.pl/ang/studies/index.html (This links does not appear to work, but
further information can be obtained through the main University website.)

Portugal: Universidade de Coimbra
General Website: http://www.uc.pt/en

Website of the International Office: http://www.uc.pt/en/driic

Courses in English: http://www.uc.pt/en/driic/cading/

On this website there is a downloadable PDF of all courses taught in English

The majority of course units in the University of Coimbra are conducted in Portuguese. Modern
Language and Literature studies are usually medium-taught (in Portuguese, English, French, German,
Dutch, Spanish or Italian). Although, there is a number of course units offered in English in some
Faculties and, in some cases, exchange students make arrangements with lecturers in order to be
allowed to do examinations or submit assignments in English (or in another language, if both parts
know it).

Below, you will find a list of course units taught in English in the academic year of 2009/2010 at the
Semester 1 means Autumn 2009 and Semester 2 means Spring 2010

University of Coimbra.

[https://woc.uc.pt/feuc] Faculty of Economics
Undergraduate Level              Title                                    Semester
Economics                        European Economy Seminar                 2nd
Economics                        History of Economic Thought              1st
Economics                        Public Economics                         2nd
Economics                        Regional Economics                       1st
Management                       Management and People                    1st
Management                       Organisational Behaviour II              2nd

[https://woc.uc.pt/fduc/] Faculty of Law
Undergraduate Level              Title                                    Semester
Law                              Legal English I                          2nd
Law                              Legal English II                         2nd

[https://woc.uc.pt/fluc] Faculty of Letters :: Anglo-American Studies Department
Undergraduate Level               Title                                   Semester
Modern Languages                  Anglo-Irish Studies                     1st
Modern Languages                  Anglophone Canadian Studies             2nd
Modern Languages                  English 1                               1st
Modern Languages                  English 2                               2nd
Modern Languages                  English 3                               1st
Modern Languages                   English 4                              2nd
Modern Languages                  English 5                               1st
Modern Languages                  English 6                               2nd
Modern Language                   English Culture 2                       1st
Modern Languages                  English Culture 3                       2nd

Undergraduate Level              Title                                Semester
Modern Languages                 English Linguistics 1                1st
Modern Languages                  English Linguistics 3               2nd
Modern Languages                  English Literature 3                2nd
Modern Languages                 Languages and Globalisation          1st
Modern Languages                 North-American Culture 1             2nd
Modern Languages                  North-American Culture 2            1st
Modern Languages                 North-American Culture 3             2nd
Modern Languages                 North-American Literature 1          2nd
Modern Languages                 North-American Literature 2          1st
Modern Languages                 North-American Literature 3          2nd
Modern Languages                 Theory of Literature 5               2nd
European Studies; Tourism,
Leisure and Heritage;
Portuguese and Lusophone
Studies                          English I (classes A-E)              1st
European Studies; Tourism,
Leisure and Heritage;
Portuguese and Lusophone
Studies                          English II (classes F-J)             2nd
European Studies                 English III (classes A-B)            1st
European Studies                 English IV (classes A-B)              2nd
Tourism, Leisure and Heritage;
Portuguese and
Lusophone Studies
                                 English III (class C)                1st
Medicine                         English                              1st
Medicine                         English                              2nd

Master Level                   Title                                   Semester
Anglo-American Studies English Linguistics A ("Feminism and
                               Linguistics")                           1st
Anglo-American Studies English Linguistics B ("Contact
                               Linguistics: The New World's New
                               Languages")                              2nd
Anglo-American Studies English-speaking Culture A
                               ("Representations of the
                               Past in the Victorian Era")             1st
Anglo-American Studies English-speaking Culture B ("The
                        '      America' of the ordinary man:
                               reconfigurations of the myth during the
                               Great Depression")                       2nd
Anglo-American Studies English-speaking Literature A ("City,
                               Utopia and
                               Citizenship")                            1st
Anglo-American Studies English-speaking Literature A
                               ("Women and Writing")                   1st
Anglo-American Studies English-speaking Literature B ("The
                               memory of slavery in the
                               Afro-American narrative")                2nd

Anglo-American Studies Methodologies                                1st
Anglo-American Studies Theories                                     2nd
Feminist Studies               Feminism and Linguistics             1st
Feminist Studies               Feminism Theories                     2nd
Feminist Studies               Methodologies                         1st
Feminist Studies               Women and Ethnicity                   1st
Feminist Studies               Women and Writing                    1st
Teaching of English            Didactics of English I               1st
Teaching of English            Didactics of English II               2nd
Teaching of English            English Language                      2nd
European Heritage,
Digital Media and the
Information Society            Interactive Multimedia Production    2nd
European Heritage,
Digital Media and the
Information Society            Game Studies, Design and Development 2nd
European Heritage,
Digital Media and the
Information Society            Advanced Project Management in the Content
                               Industries                            2nd

Faculty of Sciences and Technology: Department of Informatics Engineering

Undergraduate Level            Title                                  Semester
Informatics Engineering        Distributed Systems                     1st

Master Level                   Title                                    Semester
Informatics Engineering        Systems Integration                      1st
Informatics Engineering        High Performance Computation 2nd
Informatics and Software       e Project Analysis of Software Artifacts 2nd
Informatics and Software       Architectures for Software Systems       2nd
Informatics and Software       Communication for Software Engineers I 1st
Informatics and Software       Communication for Software Engineers II 2nd
Informatics and Software       Managing Software Development             1st
Informatics and Software       Methods: Deciding What to Design         1st
Informatics and Software       Models of Software Systems               1st
Informatics and Software        Software Engineering Bootcamp            1st
Informatics and Software       Software Development Studio I 1st
Informatics and Software       Software Development Studio II           2nd
Informatics and Software       Software Development Studio III          1st
Software Engineering           Communication for Software Engineers I 1st
Software Engineering           Managing Software Development            1st
Software Engineering           Methods: Deciding What to Design         1st
Software Engineering           Models of Software Systems                1st
Software Engineering           Software Development Studio I 1st
Software Engineering           Software Engineering Bootcamp            1st
Software Engineering           Architectures for Software Systems        2nd
Software Engineering           Communication for Software Engineers II 2nd

Software Engineering            Software Development Studio II 2nd
Software Engineering            Practicum for Software Engineering I     1st
Software Engineering            Practicum for Software Engineering I     2nd

Faculty of Sciences and Technology :: Departments of Zoology and Botany

Master Level                    Title                                  Semester
Ecology                         Data Analysis in Ecology               2nd
Ecology                         Environmental Quality Assessment       1st
Ecology                         Biodiversity Conservation and Management 2nd
Ecology                         Ecology and River Monitoring           2nd
Ecology                         Ecotoxicology and Assessment of the Ecological Risk 2nd
Ecology                         Populations Ecology                    1st
Ecology                         Biochemical and Molecular Techniques in Ecology 1st
Ecology                         Seminar in Ecology I                    1st
Ecology                         Seminar in Ecology II                  2nd
Ecology                         Laboratory and Fieldwork in Ecology I 1st
Ecology                         Laboratory and Fieldwork in Ecology II 2nd

Remark: At the Faculty of Sciences and Technology, at master and doctoral levels, course units of
other degrees, which are not listed here, may be taught in English if there are English-speaking
international students attending classes.

[https://woc.uc.pt/fcdef/] Faculty of Sport Sciences and Physical Education
At the Faculty of Sport Sciences and Physical Education some course units may be taught in English if
there are English-speaking international students attending classes.

Among the 8 faculties at Coimbra, only 3 do not yet provide subjects in English. These are: Faculty of
Psychology and Educational Sciences, Faculty of Pharmacy and Faculty of Medicine.

Some information related to the courses in English in this Faculty can only be confirmed at
the end of May each year.

Romania: Universitatea ‘Alexandru Ioan Cuza’, Iasi

Website: http://www.uaic.ro/

Website of the International Office:


Good command of Romanian is required for courses taught in Romanian.
International Students can attend Romanian Language Intensive courses if they wish at

Courses taught in English at Master level:
     Plasma Physics, Spectroscopy and Polymer Physics
     Biophysics, medical physics and self organisation
     Physics of advanced materials.
     Nanotechnologies.
     Modelling and simulation
     Computational Optimization
     International Business

Slovakia: Univerzita Komenského v Bratislave

Comenius University main web-page

Faculty of Medicine - Comenius University in Bratislava The Faculty offers the study in the six-year full-
time medical programs general medicine and dental medicine. The Faculty offers also the three-year full time and
the four-year part time education at the first level in the following bachelor’s study programs: nursery, public
health care, obstetrics assistance, laboratory examining methods in health care, physiatry, balneology and
therapeutic rehabilitation.
Graduates from these bachelor’s study programs can continue at the master’s level (except for the obstetrics
assistance program).
After 6 years of study and successful passing of four state exams (internal medicine, paediatrics, surgery,
obstetrics and gynaecology) graduates are conferred the title of ‘Doctor of Medicine’ (Medicinae Universae Doctor,
MUDr.). This degree enables the holder to practice medicine in other countries. The Faculty of Medicine is
recognised by the World Health Organisation (WHO) and by other institutions such as the GMC of Great Britain
and the ECFMG of the United States.
The quality of medical education at the Faculty has attracted international students from all around the world for
decades. From 1991, applicants may choose between two equal alternatives - they may either join the English
Language Programme or study in the Slovak Language Programme together with other Slovak students (for which
fluency in Slovak is requested).
Qualified high school graduates are eligible for entrance to the first year of the medical curriculum. Competence in
the English language, oral and written, is a part of the entry requirement to the English Programme.

Faculty of Pharmacy
The Faculty of Pharmacy as the only one in Slovakia offers a high-quality pharmaceutical education, competitive
with any similar education abroad. The scientific and educational activities of the Faculty are oriented to the fields
of drugs and medicines. The study at the Faculty of Pharmacy takes five years and is unified and differentiated
internally. Inner differentiation means that the subjects are divided into:
a) compulsory
b) optional, but at which attendance is compulsory, once chosen. These choices give students the possibility to
choose the orientation of their future profile, either that of pharmacy and therapeutical practice, or that in
research, production and evaluation of the medicament quality.
The Faculty offers the following two full-time study programs: the three-year bachelor’s study program medical
and diagnostic tools and the master’s study program pharmacy. The high-quality of research and educational
processes is guaranteed by many experts, oriented in their research work on medicaments and drugs.
Facilities of the Faculty consist of two pharmacies, where students get acquainted with comprehensive provision
of citizens with the pharmacy services.

The Faculty of Management
belongs to the one of youngest Faculties of the University; nevertheless, with respects of its orientation, it belongs
to the most attractive ones. The Faculty offers the three-year full-time and part-time bachelor’s study programs
management and international management; and the two-year full-time and part-time master’s study programs
management and international management. Graduates from the bachelor’s study programs can continue in the
respective master’s study programs. The graduates work in managerial posts at all levels of management in state
organizations and private business. In cooperation with American universities, the Faculty offers the study
program for the top and middle management WEMBA (Weekend Executive Master of Business Administration), in
the form of interactive lectures in English language. Graduates are conferred the academic diploma” Master of

Business Administration“(MBA), without an interruption of their careers. http://old.fm.uniba.sk/en/index.html

The Faculty of Social and Economic Sciences
is the youngest Faculty of the University. It was founded in the year 2002, as a response to the social-economic
needs of Slovakia in the integrating Europe. The Faculty offers the three-year full-time and part-time bachelor’s
study program social anthropology; the two-year full-time and part-time master’s study program public policy; the
two-year full-time and part-time master’s study programs social and labor psychology, European studies, and
applied economy; and the two-year full-time master’s study program cognitive sciences. The structure of the
programme fully matches „Public Policy“ study programmes at major foreign universities and comprises basic
courses as Public Policy, Economic Aspects of Public Policy, Law and Public Policy, Public Finance, Instruments and
Implementation of Public Policy, Analytical and Research Methods (Quantitative and Qualitative) etc. The study
programme includes courses specialized in different sectors of public policy chosen by each student e.g. Education
Policy, Social Policy, Healthcare Policy, Economic Policy, Agricultural Policy and Rural Development etc.


Jessenius Faculty of Medicine in Martin
The Jessenius Faculty of Medicine in Martin is an internationally acknowledged Faculty. It has outstanding facilities
for education of theoretical and pre-clinical subjects, as well as the clinical education basis in the Martin Faculty
Hospital. Similarly to the Faculty of Medicine in Bratislava, it offers the six-year full-time medical study program
general medicine. The Faculty offers also the following three-year full-time and the four-year parttime bachelor’s
study programs: nursery, public medicine, obstetrics assistance, dental technology, radiological assistance,
laboratory examining methods in health care and physiotheraphy. Graduates can continue in the respective
master's study programs, except for the obstetrics assistance program. The Faculty offers 14 Ph.D. study
programs. Applicants must have completed the secondary education, and may sit for the entrance examinations
which are written tests in biology, chemistry and English.

Summer School of Slovak Language and Culture
Studia Academica Slovaca

Slovenia: Univerza v Ljubljana
General Website: http://www.uni-lj.si/en/

Website of the International Office: http://www.uni-lj.si/en/mobility_programmes.aspx

Website for links to the Faculties which have courses taught in English:


Academy of Music: www.ag.uni-lj.si
Academy of Theatre, Film, Radio and Television: http://www.agrft.uni-lj.si/eng/
Academy of Fine Arts and Design: http://www.alu.uni-lj.si/index_en.php
Biotechnical Faculty: www.bf.uni-lj.si
Faculty of Economics: http://www.ef.uni-lj.si/en/
Faculty of Architecture: http://www.fa.uni-lj.si/default.asp?id=1721
Faculty of Social Sciences: http://old.fdv.uni-lj.si/anglescina/default.htm
Faculty of Electrical Engineering: http://www.fe.uni-lj.si/welcome-E.html
Faculty of Pharmacy: http://www.ffa.uni-lj.si/index.php/eng/content/view/full/2
Faculty of Civil Engineering and Geodesy: www.fgg.uni-lj.si
Faculty of Chemistry and Chemical Technology: http://www.fkkt.uni-lj.si/en/
Faculty of Mathematics and Physics: https://www.fmf.uni-lj.si/si/studenti-
Faculty of Maritime Studies and Transport:
Faculty of Computer and Information Science: http://www.fri.uni-lj.si/en/
Faculty of Social Work: http://www.fsd.uni-lj.si/ENG/index.htm
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering: http://www.fs.uni-lj.si/eng/
Faculty of Sport: www.fsp.uni-lj.si
Faculty of Administration: http://www.fu.uni-lj.si/en/
Faculty of Arts: http://www.ff.uni-lj.si/fakulteta/Glavna_stran.htm
Faculty of Medicine: http://www.mf.uni-lj.si/mf/english/index.html
Faculty of Natural Sciences and Engineering: www.ntf.uni-lj.si
Faculty of Education: http://javor.pef.uni-lj.si/mednarodna/programs.htm
Faculty of Law: http://www.pf.uni-lj.si/erasmus/index.php
Faculty of Theology: http://www.teof.uni-lj.si/?viewPage=155
Veterinary Faculty: http://www.vf.uni-lj.si/veterina/e-index.htm
Faculty of Health Sciences: http://www.zf.uni-lj.si

Spain: Universidad Complutense de Madrid
Website: www.ucm.es/centros/webs/en

Website of the International Office:

The university requires a high level of Spanish to attend classes.
There are currently no classes taught in English. In the past, some were found and can be found
below, but double check with the international office about these courses as the actual info sheets
says no courses taught in English.



608 Economic History PRIMER CUATRIMESTRE. Profesora Estrella Trincado. Martes de 5 a 7. Jueves de 6 a 7.
624 Corporate Finance ANUAL. Profesor José Martí. 1er cuatrimestre. Lunes de 9 a 10. martes de 9 a 11
2º cuatrimestre. Lunes de 10 a 11, martes de 9 a 11.
645 Business Organizational Design, PRIMER CUATRIMESTRE. Profesor Gonzalo Marugán. Lunes de 11 a 12.
Miércoles de 9 a 11.
622 Business Administration and Organizational Theory. SEGUNDO CUATRIMESTRE. Profesor Óscar
Rodríguez. Grupo D2. Martes de 11 a 1 y Miércoles de 10 a 11.

743 Advanced Microeconomics I PRIMER CUATRIMESTRE. Profesores Carmen Carrera y Luis Miguel de
Castro. Lunes de 8:30 a 10:30 y martes de 10:30 a 11:30
787 Economics of European Integration PRIMER CUATRIMESTRE. Profesores Carlos Mulas e Ismael Sanz.
 746 Economic Policy . SEGUNDO CUATRIMESTRE. Profesor Alejandro Peláez. Grupo C2. Lunes y miércoles, de
10:30 a 12:30.

73R Economic History of Hispanic-America PRIMER CUATRIMESTRE
 56R Management Accounting SEGUNDO CUATRIMESTRE. Profesora Mº Elena Urquía Grande. Martes y
Jueves de 13 a 15.
 77R Market Segmentation and Positioning SEGUNDO CUATRIMESTRE Profesor Jesús García de Madariaga.
Martes y Miércoles de 13 a 15.
 52R Multinational Financial Management SEGUNDO CUATRIMESTRE Profesor Salvador Rojí Ferrari.
Jueves de 13 a 15. Viernes de 13 a 14.
 69R Business Cultures in Historical Perspectiva SEGUNDO CUATRIMESTRE. Profesora Nuria Puig Raposo.
Jueves y viernes, de 13 a 15.
68R Marketing Management and Law SEGUNDO CUATRIMESTRE. Profesora Carmen Abril Barrie.
Lunes de 13 a 14. Jueves de 13 a 15.
80R The Classical School of Political Economy: SEGUNDO CUATRIMESTRE. Profesor John
Reeder. Miércoles y Jueves de 15 a 17.

Sweden: Lunds Universitet

Lund is not in a position to accept AEN exchange students at the

Website: http://www.lu.se/lund-university/

Switzerland: Universität Basel

Website: http://www.unibas.ch/

Website of the international office: www.unibas.ch/mobilitaet

The main language of instruction is German, so a good command of German is necessary to study in

Some courses are offered in English: English Philology, a number of courses at the science
departments, the faculty of economics, the law school and the Europe-Institute. For Master programs
offered fully or partially in English, please refer to:

Faculty of Sciences:
All courses on Master level are (can be) taught in English, most of courses of Bachelor level are taught in
German. Usually, it is not a problem to attend courses on the Master level for visiting exchange students,
even if you are a bachelor student. AEN exchange students would be assessed on a one to one basis. Other
faculties may offer varies courses in English: links to course descriptions:

Other faculties at the University of Basel offer some courses taught in English and links to the courses
descriptions and details can be found through the web links listed below:


Department. of Physics:

Centre for African Studies:

Department of English:

Other areas within the University of Basel may also offer some courses in English.

Faculty of Economics and Business Studies is planning to offer all courses in English but a date for this
has not been announced.

United Kingdom: University of Hull
All courses are, of course, taught in English.

For AEN students the University of Hull will accept 8 semester places per year,
of which 4 must be for Hull’s Business School.

Website: http://www.hull.ac.uk/

Website of the International Office: http://www2.hull.ac.uk/international.aspx

For courses please go to:


United Kingdom: Queen’s University, Belfast
All courses are, of course, taught in English.

For AEN students Queen’s University will only accept 2 semester places per

General Website: www.qub.ac.uk/

Website of the International Office:

 Website to select courses:

Queen's offers undergraduate degree programmes in a diverse range of subject areas. Teaching and

research in the different subjects in the University are carried out in Schools, for example, the School

of English or the School of Biological Sciences. The Schools are, in turn, grouped into three Faculties.

There are 21 vibrant academic Schools at Queen's. Each School offers world-class education

programmes and incorporates a number of world-class research clusters.

The Faculties and their constituent Schools are:

Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences

Schools of:



History & Anthropology

Languages, Literatures & Performing Arts


Management & Economics

Music and Sonic Arts

Politics, International Studies and Philosophy

Sociology, Social Policy & Social Work

Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences

Schools of:

Chemistry & Chemical Engineering

Electronics, Electrical Engineering & Computer Science

Geography, Archaeology & Palaeoecology

Planning, Architecture and Civil Engineering

Mathematics & Physics

Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering


Faculty of Medicine, Health & Life Sciences

Schools of:

Biomedical Sciences

Biological Sciences

Medicine & Dentistry

Nursing and Midwifery


For information on the different academic Schools, please consult the Schools list.

Study Abroad students are permitted to enrol in most subject areas, with the exception of Medicine

and Dentistry. A full workload for one semester is 3 courses or modules.

Many of our Study Abroad students are eager to explore Ireland and Irish culture. Queen's offers a

comprehensive range of classes with an Irish perspective taught by staff of international reputation,

for example history, literature, politics, anthropology and sociology.


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