The Ajeenkya DY Patil University has established a Center for Advanced Learning (CALS) at Antwerp, Belgium. The Center offers a range of specialist courses and programs covering a broad spectrum of topics. The purpose of CALS is to bring talented students and international faculty from different parts of the world to spend an academically invigorating period in the heart of Europe.
Europe is a continent of great diversity and culture and Belgium is in the center of it. The culturally charged environment combined with outstanding course content is a recipe for great learning and enlightenment. The participants of CALS programs stand to expand their horizons and open up their minds academically and culturally to meet the challenges of today’s world.
Spend a summer in a great entrepreneurial community with renowned professors and practitioners. ADYPU brings to you The Innovation Summer School program at Antwerp, Belgium.
Date: 16th to 25th July 2018.
During this 10-day summer school, you will get the opportunity to explore current market opportunities and learn how to transform these opportunities into creative business plans.The main objective of this program is to help you:
|Language of Instruction||English|
|Duration of program||2 Weeks|
|Start date||July 16, 2018|
|Number of Participants||Maximum 30, Minimum 15|
|Eligibility||Any university-enrolled student is eligible for this summer school.
You could be a student of any discipline, for example, Design, Media, Business, Engineering, Architecture, etc.
Exceptional High School students can join the course.
|Fees||Euro 1600 (transport to and from Belgium organised at your own expense).|
Ajeenkya DY Patil University, India aims to contribute to the creation of Innovation oriented society by focusing on academic excellence in teaching, research and quality of service. Our purpose is to help transform individuals into the thinkers, dreamers and innovators of tomorrow and is proud to call itself an Innovation University.
The University offers a comprehensive, future-oriented curriculum based around international standards. The curriculum enables aspiring professionals to go out into the working world with competence, maturity and the ability to operate independently.
Our programs are highly experiential, hands-on programs with a unique learning experience to explore new ways of generating cutting-edge solutions. The emphasis at ADYPU is always on creating an exciting and charged environment, where a mix of youthful vibrancy with experience & maturity, global viewpoint with local reality, emerging technology with traditional wisdom, and existing knowledge with rebellion and constant questioning will lead to an exciting journey throughout the programs.
At the Ajeenkya DY Patil University, we endeavor to offer some of the most sought after undergraduate and postgraduate programmes across new and unique areas. Given below are some of the key highlights of our futuristic educational offerings:
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