Many Tallinn University Partner Universities offer discounts for Tallinn University students.

To stay up to date with international Summer and Winter School offers, follow our Student Mobility Center page on Facebook (TLÜ Õpirändekeskus / Student Mobility Center).


Summer School at PH Zurich

The International Summer School at PH Zurich offers an insight into the Swiss education system, covers topics related to teacher training and promotes global networking among students.


17 June to 28 June 2024 (2 weeks)
Special Needs and Inclusive Education in Switzerland and the Global Context

24 to 28 June 2024 (1 week)
Into the Story: Teaching and Learning with Drama

1 to 5 July 2024 (1 week)
Gamification in Education



2024 National Chengchi University International Summer School (NCCU ISS)

ISS includes 4 weeks of intensive English-taught program (containing 8 courses) and Mandarin courses, and 4 optional excursions in 2024 to allow applicants with various interests and cultural backgrounds to discover the unique charms of Taiwanese cultures.

Below are the important dates for the 2024 NCCU ISS program:
Program dates: July 8th - August 2nd, 2024
Application date: November 6th, 2023 – February 8th, 2024
Payment deadline: March 29th, 2024
Group Discount: We offer 15% off group discounts for 3 applicants or above for the Tuition fee included in the Standard Package.

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Ajou International Summer School Program Information (S.Korea)

As of 2024, AISS (Ajou International Summer School) has restored the program to strengthen the relationship with special partnership made, especially in the U.S region, Europe and Asia region.
The program will allow students from all around the world to have the opportunity to learn business and economy encompassing Korea and the World as well as basic Korean. Through the program, students will have unforgettable memories while experiencing K-Culture programs such as K-POP dance class and making Korean cuisine as well as short trips to the East Coast of the Korean Peninsula.

Upcoming Terms & Application Timelines

Early application submission for maximum flexibility regarding course enrollment, housing, and processing time for visa acquisition.     



Nomination is now open for 2024 AISS 

2024 Dongguk International Summer School Information (Seoul, Korea)

This year, DISS will offer 14 themed courses reflecting Dongguk’s academic strength covering film/media, culture, Buddhist studies, criminal justice, language, business and etc,.


ü  Why Dongguk International Summer School?

- Best Location: Located in the heart of Seoul! Students can easily travel anywhere in the city with 2 metro stations around the campus

- Affordable Courses: The student has the option to choose a course based on credit hours rather than the entire fixed fee program.

- Themed courses reflecting DU’s academic strength: theme courses focused in Dongguk’s academic strengths, not large number of non-unique courses

- Medium Program Size: To ensure program quality, we try to keep the program size in medium


ü  Unique courses newly featured in 2024 : Please pay your attention to the following courses (descriptions about the courses can be found in the brochure in attached)

- Lead Better: Leadership Skills Workshop in 1:1 Management (New)

- Music of Korea: From Traditional Music to K-pop (New)

- Design Thinking Meets the Real Business World (New)

- Cultivating Healthy Mind and Body with Meditation (New)


ü  Partner University discount : Students from DU’s partner university will get 50% tuition off. For more information about the fees, please see the brochure.

More information can be found here.


Would you like to spend two weeks in a beautiful Central European city with a Mediterranean atmosphere, learning about European history and culture for academic credit?

Come join our European Studies Summer School from July 7 – 20, 2024 - now with an opportunity for SCHOLARSHIP!


Short description: During the summer school, students will study the political, economic, cultural and social achievements and challenges of the European Union, as well as expand their knowledge on topics such as the art history, gastronomy and folk traditions of Europe. They will broaden their perspectives about the contributing factors that led to contemporary Europe, including migration, cultural diversity, gender issues.

Language of instruction: English
Who can apply: 
undergraduate, graduate and PhD students of any major
Credits offered: 6 ECTS credits

Scholarships are available in a limited number, and are administered through a different application process. Get more information about eligibility and how to apply for the scholarship:

Application deadline for the scholarship: March 28.


The scholarship covers:

  • cost of instruction
  • accommodation in a dormitory
  • lunch on teaching days
  • dinner when evening programs are organized
  • social and cultural programs


If you wish to secure a place for yourself regardless of the scholarship, the program fee is 1050 EUR.

How to apply for the fee-paying option?

Complete the application form on the following site:

Application deadline: April 1, 2024


Pécs, our gorgeous and lively 2000-year-old city and former European Capital of Culture, is an ideal place for students who would like to immerse themselves in European culture and make friends with students from all over the world. Pécs is a charming, modern town, rich in historical monuments and famous for its museums, galleries and the festivals and cultural events it hosts. The downtown of Pécs is a unique mixture of the relics of Early Christianity, the arrival of the Hungarians, the Turkish reign and the achievements of modern architecture and arts. Famous for its Zsolnay ceramics and Turkish ruins, this fascinating city is a very popular destination for visitors interested in history and culture.

Find more detailed information on our website:

And if you have additional questions, contact Ms. Boglárka Vecsánin at