The summer school course on Diversities of Religions and Worldviews in Public Education is an opportunity to engage in dialogue on worldviews and to increase one’s awareness of religious, spiritual and worldview-related questions in public education, especially at school level.
Finland has just been ranked as the happiest country in the world! Behind our quiet and reserved demeanor you can find a happy bunch of people :)
The Helsinki Summer School course of Environmental Ethics In Our Time aims to raise awareness about the fundamental and ethical role of the natural environment in our lives. This course gives students the analytical apparatus to critically analyse the role played by the natural environment in the life of humans and other living species.
How does interculturality affect us, and what is the role of China in the global world? The Helsinki Summer School course on Interculturality in a new global world examines this development through the example of "The One Belt, One Road Initiative", which promotes connectivity and cooperation between different continents. The initiative aims to support infrastructure networks, as well as cultural and educational collaboration.
Happy International women's day everyone!
Did you know that The Helsinki Summer School has a course on Feminist research? It focuses on how feminist scholars challenge dominant theories of knowledge and the major methodologies employed in the social sciences and humanities.
The Helsinki Summer School course on Problems of Democracy in the Eastern EU countries reviews the global and regional challenges and thus reflects on the development in the Western Balkans and Ukraine, with special attention to the impact of the nearby great power Russia.
Check out this Article by Professor Markku Kulmala of the University of Helsinki atmospheric sciences programme and one of the lecturers on the Air quality in China course! Students attending the course “Air Quality in China” at the Helsinki Summer School in August 2018 are eligible to apply to the Master’s Programme in Atmospheric Sciences based on their academic performance.
Trump, Brexit and the rise of radical parties in Europe have made populism one of the most common words used in politics. What is populism and why is it so popular? What can we do about it? Join the Helsinki Summer School course on Populism in Europe and beyond to explore the roots of populism and learn what its impact is on our society.