Top Summer Schools 2017: Math & Stats
It's early to start planning for the summer – but if you want to make the most of your time as a student, you need to look ahead! If you have time off between semesters in your undergraduate or masters degree, you can use that time to attend a summer school. These residential courses typically run from between one week and three weeks, and involve teaching on specialist topics, and group workshops too. Plus, they are are great opportunity to network with fellow students and researchers in your field.
Details: Timberlake Consultants, official distributor of Stata, offer the summer school comprising a series of four 1-day courses and one 2-day course. All courses will be delivered interactively using the internationally used software package Stata. This is a great opportunity for students, academics and professionals to expand their econometrics skills and learn how they can apply econometrics and statistics from professionals pioneering research at the forefront of their specialist fields.
Details: This is another interesting course opportunity offered by Timberlake Consultants. The EViews Summer School will appeal to both new and experienced users of EViews and will provide attendees with a valuable insight in completing empirical work using the latest EViews software. All courses will teach econometrics from an applied perspective and demonstrate techniques using EViews software.
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Top Summer Schools 2017: Business & Management
As a business or management student, you'll know the importance of acquiring specialist skills, and of building your network. Summer schools can help with both of these goals, giving you chances to learn about new topics and to get to know other students, researchers, and professors in your field. If you're thinking about attending a summer school in 2017, below we're listing some of the best courses here:
Top Summer Schools 2017: Finance & Accounting
Do you want to brush up on your academic skills, to meet more students in your field, and to have fun visiting a new place over the summer holidays? Then you should consider attending a summer school! Usually such schools last between one and three weeks, and involve travelling to a new city and attending lectures, workshops, and group activities related to a specialist academic field.
Top 10 Interdisciplinary Summer Schools 2016: 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.