Top Interdisciplinary Summer Schools 2017: Social Sciences
When you're working on interdisciplinary topics, it's extremely helpful to have contact with other students and researchers in related fields. Getting to know people who are working in different academic disciplines to you gives you new perspectives on your research, as well as improving your communication skills and broadening your knowledge. So interdisciplinary summer schools are the ideal chance to interact with other students and get in practise at presenting your work to an interdisciplinary audience.
For those of you who are working in the social sciences, today we're sharing a list of the top interdisciplinary summer schools in 2017:
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