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OnderwijsUniversity of Groningen Summer SchoolsCollaboration for Innovation

General Information


The fee (€500) includes:

  • opening dinner
  • closing dinner,
  • guided city tour + welcoming drinks
  • 5 lunches
  • coffee breaks
Housing information

Housing (7 nights, from Saturday 7 July to Saturday 14 July), in Frascati international student house is available upon request for €245. For more information about accommodation, please see the central housing page.


Participants will need to send an extended abstract of their PhD project one week before the start of the summer school. This abstract should include questions that the students want to see addressed during the summer school.

A list of required readings will be sent to participants one week before the start of the summer school.

Information about the faculty

The Faculty of Economics and Business (FEB) of the University of Groningen offers an inspiring international academic community for students, staff, alumni and external organizations.

We are renowned for:
Our quality: Quality is our leading principle, as proven by our national and international accreditations (AACSB, EQUIS, NVAO). Our educational programmes, academic staff and research score highly on major global rankings. We strive to maintain the highest standards of excellence in our teaching, research and outreach activities.

Our ambition: We challenge all staff, students and alumni to flourish in Adding Personal Value. Therefore we stimulate every member of our academic community to develop their personal skills and fulfill their ambitions. They do so by participating in top-quality education and research and by making lifelong contributions to science and society.

Our identity: We are best described as being open, personal, ambitious and down to earth.


For more information on the summer school, please contact the coordinators Pedro Faria ( ), Dries Faems ( ) or Astrid Beerta ( )

Last modified:02 October 2018 1.07 p.m.