LSCE is an acronym for Learning, Sustainability and Community Engagement. It is a reading and writing intensive, experiential learning, trans- disciplinary course. The course has theoretical and practical components aimed at enabling social impact and transformation. It is a collaborative venture with local schools and non-profit organisations, located in historically disadvantaged communities and it provides a valuable means of promoting internationalisation.
- General Course Outline for 2019
- Introduction to South African Political History Course Outline (Week 1)
- Calender: LSCE
Date of Programme: 21 June – 19 July 2019
Please note: All summer school students follow the course – Introduction to South Africa’s Political History – in the first week (24 – 27 June 2019). After the first week the summer school group splits up into the different academic programmes.
Academic Weight: 8 US Credits / 16 ECTS Credits
(Optional Top up of 1 US/2 ECTS Credits available)
- Minimum GPA Requirement of 2.8
- Students are required to write a biographical essay (See application)
- Since students will be working with children – students are legally required to provide an up to date police clearance.