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UWB's Institute of Applied Language Studies will hold its 32nd edition of the International Summer Language School from July 11–29.
Applicants can choose from courses of English, French, Italian, German, Russian, Spanish, Chinese as well as Czech for foreigners, both general language courses and courses for special purposes at all levels. The summer school is intended for people of various ages – elementary school children, high school and university students as well as adults from the general public. The length of the courses ranges from one to three weeks, with some held only in the morning and some only in the afternoon.
This year's novelty in the portfolio of courses of the International Summer Language School is a week-long Spanish course for children aged 12–15. Just as each year, also this year organizers are seeing the highest demand for children's courses. They will be held both on UWB campus as well as at the Nečtiny Training and Accommodation Center, which is located north of Pilsen.
More detailed information is available at www.isls.zcu.cz, where it is also possible to fill out and submit application forms, the deadline for which is May 19.
Contact: Bc. Daniela Kopřivová / firstname.lastname@example.org / 735 713 895
After a 2-year break caused by the Covid pandemic, the international art summer school called ArtCamp is back. This year, the Ladislav Sutnar Faculty of Design and Art will hold the 16th edition of this camp, in which applicants can choose from over forty art, professional and preparatory courses and thus create their own program for up to three weeks at the Sutnar school.
ArtCamp, which will be held on July 11–29, offers not only regular courses focusing on classic and modern fine art techniques, design and performing arts, but also several novelties. For the first time, its portfolio will include a course on analog photography and the topic of public space intervention. Also on offer are preparation courses for art aptitude tests, popular courses focused on digital photography, graphic design, drawing and painting, comics and illustrations, art therapy, design, jewelry making, clothing and fashion accessory design, and many others. As usual, a rich accompanying program will include talks by visiting artists, visits to galleries, trips and film viewings presenting student films.
For more information about the ArtCamp and its courses on offer as well as the application form, visit its website at www.fdu.zcu.cz/artcamp. Applications must be submitted by May 31, 2022.
Contact: PhDr. Lenka Kodýtková / email@example.com / tel. 723 089 832
One of this year's novelties is summer art courses for children aged 8–15, organized by the Ladislav Sutnar Faculty of Design and Art called ArtCamp Kids, which will be held on August 8–12.
At ArtCamp Kids, children will have a chance to try one of six art disciplines, develop their talent and acquire new skills, but thanks to cooperation with the Gallery of West Bohemia they will learn about the journey of art works from their conception to the gallery walls. During gallery visits, they will get to conduct a number of creative activities on the gallery premises. They will then apply their new knowledge and skills in presenting their own results at the final exhibition for their families and friends.
Those interested in the summer art courses for children can submit applications by June 30. The application form is available at www.fdu.zcu.cz/artcampkids.
Contact: MgA. Irena Henzl Velichová / firstname.lastname@example.org / tel. 723 630 420
A new addition to the portfolio of summer schools at UWB is being put on by the Faculty of Education (FPE). The faculty's student association Přestávka (Recess) has prepared a day-camp for children aged 8–13 called Wise Owl's Travels. The camp will be held on the FPE premises on Klatovská Street on July 11–15 and August 22–26. At both camps, children can look forward to a rich day program full of experiences, learning, games and experiments prepared by FPE students taking on the role of camp teachers and leaders. The program will include all the commonly taught subjects, from languages, PE, science, humanities to art and music.
The maximum capacity for each camp is 20 participants. Applicants may sign up for the camp using the registration form on the Přestávka Association's website.
Contact: Michal Švec, tel.: 722 089 342, e-mail: email@example.com
For the fifteenth time, the JuniorFEL summer school of electrical engineering is being held, intended for middle-schoolers (6th–9th grades) and the corresponding grades at 6- and 8-year grammar schools, i.e., pupils who have at least a fundamental understanding of physics and are primarily interested in electrical engineering and electronics.
The 15th edition of JuniorFEL will traditionally be held at the end of the summer break, from August 22–26. Thematically, it will be a continuation of its earlier editions, with most activities seeing slight modifications. During the week, participants will learn what electricity is, what causes lightning, how they can create and connect an electrical circuit, and how trams and trolleybuses are propelled. Everyone will also try to write a program for a robot, compete in electricity generation and learn how to make an electric paper plane.
Applicants can sign up through the website juniorfel.zcu.cz until May 19. A confirmation that the event is being held and official application forms will be sent out in early June.
For the third time, in cooperation with regional secondary schools and with support from the Pilsen Region, the Faculty of Electrical Engineering (FEL) has prepared two summer schools for 5th- to 9th-graders or their equivalent at 6- or 8-year grammar schools who are interested in electrical engineering.
On the premises of the Secondary Technical School in Tachov, on August 22–26 the course participants, led by teachers from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and an industry expert, will learn in an understandable and entertaining way the fundamentals in the field of electrical engineering and electronics – they will learn how smart clothing works, how Lego building sets are used to build complex structures and how they can be programmed, and how the production of not only electrical technology products is managed. They will also learn how to make an electric paper plane and on the last day of the course they will tour the laboratories of UWB's Faculty of Electrical Engineering.
A shorter program made up of selected activities will be held on three days during the fall break at the Secondary Technical School in Klatovy.
The application form for both camps will be available on the faculty's website.
Contact: Bc. Martina Nováková, tel.: 377 634 011, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Faculty of Economics invites elementary, middle and secondary school students to take part in its 11th edition of the Homo Economicus summer school, which will be held on July 11–15, 2022. After its success last year, the summer school will be held in two parallel locations: on the faculty premises on the Bory Campus and at the faculty's Cheb branch in the Karlovy Vary Region.
The week-long program includes a series of lectures on "Financial Literacy as an Investment for the Future". Participants will learn about various forms of payment and modern technologies used in saving and investing. They will learn how to decide whether to make a purchase and achieve instant gratification or delay one's gratification and save or invest instead. They will also get acquainted with the world of online transactions and cyber security.
The course will conclude in a festive graduation ceremony on Friday July 15, 2022. The deadline for application forms is June 30, 2022. For more information, visit lsfek.zcu.cz.
Contact Plzeň: Zuzana Marie Hladká / email@example.com / 377 633 025
Contact Cheb: Romana Kočvarová / firstname.lastname@example.org / 377 633 513
The Department of Cybernetics at the Faculty of Applied Sciences has prepared its 10th edition of the cybernetics camp called Campo Arduino. The course is organized by the department in collaboration with the Pilsen Region as part of the Support for Technical Education in the Pilsen Region project. This robotics camp, at which participants will learn about simple operations using a selected robotics set, is intended for middle schoolers (6th to 9th grades) and the corresponding grades of 6- and 8-year grammar schools. The camp will be held in July at the Domažlice and Klatovy grammar schools, and then over two weeks in August in the Faculty of Applied Sciences in Pilsen.
Grammar school Domažlice: 11. – 15. 7. 2022
Grammar school Klatovy: 18. – 22. 7. 2022
UWB Faculty of Applied Sciences: 8. – 12. 8. 2022
UWB Faculty of Applied Sciences: 15. – 19. 8. 2022
For more detailed information and the application form, visit campoarduino.zcu.cz.
Contact: Ing. Miroslav Jiřík, Ph.D. / email@example.com / 377 632 569
The Department of Cybernetics at the Faculty of Applied Sciences also invites students to take part in the 5th edition of its advanced summer cybernetics camp Campo Lampone, which will be held on August 22–26 on the faculty premises at the UWB Bory Campus. This camp is intended for those who have some experience with programming, for example, from the Campo Arduino summer school, and are able to work more independently. The maximum capacity of the course is 20 participants, who will be chosen based on the date of the submitted application form.
For more information and the application form, please visit campolampone.zcu.cz.
Contact: Ing. Petr Neduchal / firstname.lastname@example.org / 377 632 145
For more information, visit kgm.zcu.cz/geocamp.
Contact: doc Ing. Karel Janečka, Ph.D. / email@example.com / 377 639 209
High school students interested in mathematics and physics can sign up for the MechCamp summer school, organized by the Department of Mechanics at the Faculty of Applied Sciences. Its 5th edition will be held in the faculty building on August 29–31. This year's program will also cover liquid mechanics, dynamics and composite materials.
The course is offered free of charge, but due to its limited capacity, the deadline for registrations is June 30, with the application form available at mechcamp.zcu.cz. "More details will gradually be published on the camp's website and Facebook page," adds Radek Bulín.
Contact: Ing. Radek Bulín, Ph.D., tel.: 377 632 386, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Department of Physics at the Faculty of Applied Sciences has prepared its fourth summer school of applied physics called NanoCamp, which will be held on August 24–26. Participants will learn about various applications of nano materials with unique properties and the design, experimental development and analyses of these materials. They will also try out the process of constructing thin-layer materials one atom at a time using plasma technologies, discover the properties of materials constructed using advanced analytical methods, and get an idea about the possibilities and challenges of today's material science and applied physics.
For more information, visit kfy.zcu.cz/nanocamp.
Contact: Ing. Jiří Rezek, Ph.D., email@example.com, 723 175 039
The Department of Computer Science and Engineering at the Faculty of Applied Sciences once again invites to its BootCamp summer school newly accepted students who do not have any experience with coding from high school. This week-long programming camp will be held two weeks prior to the beginning of the winter semester. At the camp, students will attend lectures about the theory of coding and solve computer programming tasks, which will make their freshman year at the Faculty of Applied Sciences easier.
The Faculty will accept applications until July 31. For more information and the registration form, please visit bootcamp.fav.zcu.cz.
Contact: doc. Ing. Libor Váša, Ph.D., firstname.lastname@example.org, 608 968 687
For the second time, the NTIS Research Center of UWB's Faculty of Applied Sciences and the Biomedical Center of the Faculty of Medicine in Pilsen (Charles University) are jointly organizing a summer school focusing on single-cell analysis, this time devoted to its application in immunotherapy. The summer school will be held on September 7–14 in both research centers organizing the event. Under the supervision of experts from Charles University and UWB, with the participation of the Medical University of Vienna, London South Bank University and the University of Warsaw in the role of supervisors, students and young researchers will get to know in detail all the steps in the preparation of cellular samples and data analyses. Participants should have at least basic laboratory skills.
The maximum capacity of the summer school is 20 participants and application forms can be submitted through the summer school's website by May 15. For more detailed information, visit singlecell-pilsen2022.zcu.cz
Contact: Ing. Lucie Houdová, Ph. D., tel.: 377 632 544, e-mail: email@example.com
04. 05. 2022