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海外暑期 ‧ 短期課程

漢堡大學暑期研究計畫

課程日期 2020年7月6日 至 7月31日
報名資格
  1. 敦聘本校教師進行甄審,評定校內錄取名單
  2. 本校學士四年級/碩士/博士學位生
  3. 就讀Health Economics或Particles, Strings & Cosmology或Language Diversity, Education and Social Participation相關領域
  4. English language proficiency (TOEFL 78 or higher or equivalent)
  5. Excellent academic record
名額 2 名
報到繳交文件
  1. 學生證正反面影本
    於報名時掃描上傳(PDF檔)
  2. 護照個人資料頁影本
    於報名時掃描上傳(PDF檔)
  3. 歷年成績單(英文版)
    於報名時掃描上傳(PDF檔)
  4. 英語能力證明影本
    於報名時掃描上傳(PDF檔)
  5. Curriculum Vitae
    於報名時掃描上傳(英文撰寫,PDF檔)
  6. Short motivational statement (200–250 words)
    於報名時掃描上傳(英文撰寫,PDF檔)
  7. 畢業證書(英文版)
    於報名時掃描上傳(PDF檔)
    學士班免繳,碩士班繳學士學位畢業證書,博士班繳碩士學位畢業證書
  8. 臺大海外暑期課程報名表
    待獲校內錄取後繳交(自報名系統列印)
  9. 待獲校內錄取後繳交(一式兩份)
  10. 臺大行政計畫費之繳費收據影本
    待獲校內錄取後繳交
費用
名稱 金額 幣別 說明
臺大行政計畫費 2,000 新臺幣 *獲校內錄取後繳交
課程費用 2,800 歐元

*獲姊妹校錄取者免課程費用

Fees include:

  1. Core and complementary study program
  2. Language course
  3. Course materials
  4. Official certificate
  5. Accommodation at the B&B Hotel Altona (single rooms, 27 nights, incl. breakfast)
  6. Ticket for public transport network
  7. Extracurricular activities such as:
    • Museum visits
    • Excursions to the harbor and other city sights
    • Day trip to Berlin and to the Hanseatic City of Lübeck
    • Welcome and farewell events


Fees do not include:

  1. Flight costs to and from Hamburg
  2. Visa costs (if applicable)
  3. Other meals
  4. Other personal expenses


(未獲獎學金名額者,仍可以8折優惠自費參加此課程)

課程說明

CORE AND COMPLEMENTARY STUDY PROGRAM

分為下列3種課程,實際日期依各課程而定,錄取者須擇一修習(報到後不得更改)

Health Economics 

| Dates: 06 July - 24 July 2020
| Est. program hours: 35 hrs a week (contact time)
| Credits: up to 8 credits (ECTS)
| Language of instruction: English

The Health Economics Summer School operates within the Hamburg Center for Health Economics (HCHE), which is home to over 70 researchers exploring medicine, business, economics, and social sciences to develop solutions to current and future challenges in health service provision.

  • European Health Care Systems and Social Health Insurance
  • Health Econometrics
  • Applied Microeconometrics and Risky Health Behaviours
  • Health Economic Evaluation and Modelling


in cooperation with Hamburg Center for Health Economics


Particles, Strings & Cosmology  

| Dates: 06 July - 31 July 2020
| Est. program hours: 35 hrs a week (contact time)
| Credits: up to 10 credits (ECTS)
| Language of instruction: English

Work with leading researchers from Universität Hamburg’s Physics Department and DESY to examine theoretical concepts, expand your knowledge and discuss advanced research questions in the Particles, Strings & Cosmology Summer School.

  • General Relativity
  • Quantum Field Theory
  • String Theory
  • Particles
  • Cosmology


in cooperation with DESY


Language Diversity, Education and Social Participation 

| Dates: 06 July - 31 July 2020
| Est. program hours: 35-40 hrs a week (contact time)
| Credits: up to 10 credits (ECTS)
| Language of instruction: English

Linguistic (as well as cultural and social) diversity are basic characteristics of today's societies. Their causes include, among others, increasing migration, globalisation, new technical possibilities of communication, and interactions across traditional borders. Using the two "migration states" of Australia and Germany as examples, we will explore how increasing diversity affects education and social participation, and what policies and discourses have been developed in reaction to linguistic diversity. Despite their different socio-political traditions in dealing with diversity – immigration is an explicit part of Australian, but not German, nation building – the challenges and responses to linguistic diversity in both countries share many similarities. Central among these is that linguistic diversity continues to be a central factor in social exclusion in both countries.

  • Key issues in multilingualism
  • Language development in multilingual settings
  • Language diversity and diagnostics
  • Language diversity in subject matter teaching


in cooperation with Macquarie University
 

SUPPLEMENTARY PROGRAM

Our supplementary program complements the subject-specific courses. It involves one week of basic academic German, followed by sessions on German culture and history, field trips in and around Hamburg, day trips to Berlin and Lübeck, and optional free extracurricular activities. Learn a language, learn a culture, earn credits and meet other students from around the world!

- German language course -

SP Module, Course 1a
20 hours (including prep and study)

Held in the first week, the German language classes help students better understand the city and culture.
Students are assigned to one of two levels according to language proficiency.

- German culture and regional studies -

SP Module, Course 1b
20 hours (including prep and study)

Core topics:
Hamburg - a musical history
History of Hamburg - FC St. Pauli
Politics and Society in Hamburg
Good academic practice - living, learning, and researching at Universität Hamburg

- Day trip to Berlin -

SP Module, excursion
Activities: 2 hour guided tour, group lunch, free time to explore
Transport: train, local public transport
Duration: 1 day (stay overnight at own expense)

A city that has seen more than most in its tumultuous history. Berlin was founded in the 13th century, grew into the dazzling epoch of 1920s and survived decades of darkness. The formerly divided city has since succeeded in becoming a vibrant metropolis in the heart of Europe.

- Day trip to Lübeck -

SP Module, excursion
Activities: Travemunde beach, Lübeck tour, chance to taste local specialities
How we get there: bus
Duration: 1 day (stay overnight at own expense)

Lübeck was the leading city of the Hanseatic League, and is a listed UNESCO World Heritage Site. Its historic old city is on an island enclosed in the Trave river, and is famous for its Gothic brick architecture. Travemünde is a sea resort and ferry port on the Baltic Sea, and was once a point of attempted escape from behind the Iron Curtain. It now serves as a getaway for northern Germans.

- Extracurricular activities -

  • Welcome event
  • City rally
  • Miniatur Wunderland
  • Networking event
  • FC St. Pauli stadium
  • Farewell event


本課程完成修業者,將獲姊妹校成績單及學分,返國後可申請成績登錄或學分採計。

簽證資訊 持中華民國護照者,本課程適用免申根簽證規定。
報名時程

Step 1  臺大線上報名並上傳文件
自2020年1月3日上午10時起至1月16日下午4時止

Step 2  公告錄取名單  
2020年2月5日下午5時

Step 3  繳費  
依錄取通知指示,登入報名系統,於繳費期限內列印繳費單完成繳費

Step 4  完成報到手續  
依錄取通知指示,備妥紙本文件,於2020年2月10日至11日,上午9時至12時、下午1時至4時繳交至國際事務處

未於各項期限內完成者,視同放棄錄取資格。

錄取名單

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學校介紹


See a University of Excellence from the inside!

The idea: Further your studies while also learning about the culture and history of Germany! In small groups, students will attend courses, field trips, and visit state-of-the-art research facilities under the guidance of leading academics.

The Hamburg International Summer School provides three different courses every year.

And our program offers more than just academic knowledge—it is a combination of cultural exchange and study in your chosen field, in excellent areas of research. Small groups learn from leading academics, and benefit from field trips and visits to research institutions. The supplementary program includes a language course and sessions on German culture and history—broadening your knowledge with field trips and excursions, and much more.

In 2019, 50 participants from 17 countries were happy to participate—see what they have to say.