Sant’Anna School presents the third edition of the Seasonal Schools, the one-week intensive courses “of excellence”, on-site, which are strongly interdisciplinary and focused on the School’s frontier research topics open to University students enrolled in Bachelor Degree, Masters’ Degree and PhD courses, and who have the same advancement characteristics as the School’s students. The 2022/2023 program confirms many preferential rates and prizes, provided by EY Foundation and Il Talento all’Opera Foundation, and includes 19 courses, 6 of which planned before December 2022 and the other 13 till July 2023.
Subscriptions to the first Seasonal Schools, that will take place from September to November 2022, are opening: “IACH - InnovACtion in Health care: strategy, performance and data management” (from October 3 to 7); “BEEP - Biology for human space exploration” (from October 10 to 14); “PROREMOTE - PROximity care in REMOTE areas: A multidisciplinary approach to proximity care in remote areas” (from October 17 to 21); “CESM - Circular Economy and Sustainability Management: Managing the transition towards a circular economy” (from October 24 to 28); “TWIST - Trasformazioni del Welfare, Innovazione Sociale, Diritti e Terzo settore” (from November 7 to 11).
Among the topics of the of the “Seasonal School” starting in 2023: climate change from different points of view; management of innovation and common good; China perspectives; political and economic innovations; artificial intelligence; cybersecurity; intervention robotics; photonics and 5G/6G networks.
The Seasonal Schools are opportunities for meetings and exchanges to be experienced “inside” our facilities and laboratories. Courses are held predominantly in English and access to Seasonal Schools requires a self-certified knowledge of the teaching language at or above B2 level, if students are not mother tongue speakers. Participants will be awarded a certificate of attendance at the end of the program after passing a final examination, with full recognition of the credits (ECTS) indicated in each call.
A reduction in the enrolment fee is available based on the applicant’s ISEE. A 450€ scholarship provided by EY Foundation and Il Talento all’Opera Foundation will be assigned to the three best performing participants of each course. Students coming from universities or institutions with specific agreements with Sant’Anna School are entitled to reserved places and to a 10% reduction in the enrolment costs. Affiliated Institutions: Università di Catania; Università della Tuscia; Università di Trento; Fondazione Onaosi; Università di Messina; Università di Macerata; Università di Camerino; Università della Calabria; Conferenza dei Collegi Universitari di Merito; Università di Palermo; Università Della Valle D'Aosta; Libera Università di Bolzano; Università Politecnica delle Marche; University of Siena.
“The Seasonal Schools - comments Rector Sabina Nuti – are a winning bet, launched in a particularly complex year like that of the Covid-19 pandemic, that has proved very successful. Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies has believed in this proposal, new for the School and innovative for the Italian university system, established to enable talented students to approach the advanced research topics of the School. Since October 2020, 29 Seasonal Schools have hosted 306 students, 147 girls and 159 boys, coming from around 90 different Italian and foreign universities. Almost 70% of the participants benefited of a reduction of the tuition fee according to the ISEE documentation presented and to the 87 best performing students has been assigned a 450€ scholarship, thanks to our partners EY Foundation and Il Talento all’Opera Foundation. Sant’Anna School continues to expand the network of partner universities in Italy and abroad in order to offer to students of merit an integrative training on the most advanced research topics of the Sant'Anna School”.