2. University of Mannheim, Germany

2017 Summer School Option 2: University of Mannheim, Germany

The lectures were very interesting, well structured, and effective in their objectives. All extra activities were fun, educational and very sociable!

MSc Creative and Cultural Industry Management student, of the 2016 Mannheim summer school

  • 3 Study options:
    • Module 1 (25 June - 4 July 2017): Marketing
    • Module 2 (2 July - 11 July 2017): Germany and Europe - Culture and Economy
    • Module 3 (9 July - 18 July 2017): Entrepreneuship
  • Fee includes programme costs (including lecture materials, final exam, Wifi access (campus & hotel), guest University ID, company visits, cultural activities (on week days), breakfast, lunch (on week days), welcome and farewell dinners), flights, train fares, accommodation and travel insurance
  • Optional weekend activities can be booked during the programme
  • Accommodation in a twin room in a centrally located comfort-class hotel
  • Transportation to and from all activities included in the programme
  • Weekly ticket for public transportation in the region
  • Information package with detailed information on the programme
  • Certificate of attendanc
  • Meals are not included unless they are part of the programme
  • ¬£350 participation fee
  • 9 places available (3 per module)
  • Suitable for postgraduate students interested in Marketing, Entrepreneurship, Culture and Economy

You can find more information about the Manheim summer school here and more information about the programme here.

The Balladins Superior Hotel Mannheim' is in the heart of Mannheim and offers a double-room apartment, shared with another participant, fully-equipped kitchenette and includes breakfast. The Hotel can be reached with public transportation (www.vrn.de) within 10 minutes by taking line 1, 3 or 5 in front of the train station to Paradeplatz. From there it is just a 5 minute walk.

Students attending this programme should have a good command of English and proof of English language skills which will be sent to the Mannheim Summer School Manager with your application. Mannheim University will accept all major tests (e.g. TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC).

If you are from a non-European country you will need to apply for a Schengen visa. You will be given help, support and advice on how to apply for the visa. Further details can be found at here.