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If you are enrolled at Erasmus University Rotterdam, Koç University, Ruhr University Bochum, University College Cork, University of Deusto, University of Liège, University of Oulu, University of Zagreb, Malmö University or University of Łódź, then you are eligible to participate in one of the virtual UNIC Opened Courses. Each course is ECTS accredited. Please check with your academic advisor to see if you can include the credits in your degree.

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collapse ISCED code (Broad field) : 01 Education ‎(2)
spring/summer semester 2024University of DeustoEducation and SportsBA/BSc
2 1-hour compulsory synchronous session a week: Wednesday 16:30-17:30 and Friday 17:30-18:30 CET (CEST from April 8th, 2024)
Home university must nominate student by sending an email to virtual.exchange@deusto.es
15/12/2023Elena Tuparevska
None
2 one-hour synchronous sessions a week, compulsory and 8 hours of planned work (individual, group) a week; 10 hours work/week in total.  Continuous assessment
69Maximum 55
Teaching language: English.  Classes start 07/02/2024 and finish 24/05/2024
spring/summer semester 2024University of DeustoSportsBA/BSc
2 compulsory synchronous sessions a week: Monday and Thursday 13:30-14:30 CET (CEST from April 8th, 2024)

2 one-hour synchronous sessions a week, compulsory and 8 hours of planned work (individual, group) a week; 10 hours work/week in total.  Continuous assessment
Home university must nominate student by sending an email to virtual.exchange@deusto.es
15/12/2023Julen Fernández de Landa

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1VhdQ77nqGEsv4mbNyApl9YTGnAIVZmwk/view

None
2 one-hour synchronous sessions a week, compulsory and 8 hours of planned work (individual, group) a week; 10 hours work/week in total.  Continuous assessment

69Maximum 55
collapse ISCED code (Broad field) : 02 Arts and Humanities ‎(10)
spring/summer semester 2024Koç UniversityCollege of Social Sciences and HumanitiesBA/BSc28/01/2024Eda Daloğlu & Cenk Palaz

The aims of this course are to introduce the cultural and social issues which are significant in the making of modern Türkiye. The course will cover the period from the early nineteenth century with specific emphasis on the cultural and social transformations in major moments and turning points. To give an overview of the history of Türkiye, the first weeks of the lecture will cover the leading issues in the history of the Ottoman Empire and Turkish Republic. Then, the course will proceed with selected topics that are important in understanding the Turkish society.


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spring/summer semester 2024Koç UniversityCollege of Social Sciences and HumanitiesBA/BSc28/01/2024Inge Uytterhoeven

Overview of the development of ancient Greece from the Bronze Age (ca. 3000 BC) to the Roman conquest (1st century BC), based on written sources and material evidence. Urbanistic processes, art and architecture as expressions of political, socio-economic and religious evolutions that defined ancient Greek society.  Concentrates on the Greek Mainland and other areas under Greek influence, including South Italy/Sicily and Anatolia, in their broader Mediterranean and Near Eastern context.




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spring/summer semester 2024Koç UniversityCollege of Social Sciences and HumanitiesBA/BSc28/01/2024Oğuz Tekin

Detailed examination of current topics in archaeology and the history of art.


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spring/summer semester 2024Koç UniversityCollege of Social Sciences and Humanities (CSSH)BA/BSc28/01/2024Alexis Rappas

Examining the world history, politics and society between the 17th century and the early 21th century. Focusing on both chief themes such as nation-states, citizenship, hegemony, colonization, migration and liberalism and major events such as French Revolution, the spread of westernization, the rivalries of the Great Powers, World War I, the spread of Americanization, the rise of Communism, and the spread of globalization. Recourse to a variety of historical, sociological, philosophical sources, the writings of major thinkers to films, photos and cartoon

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spring/summer semester 2024University of OuluFaculty of HumanitiesBA/BSc + MA/MSc
Please refer to the course link: https://opas.peppi.oulu.fi/fi/opintojakso/683789P/20064?period=2023-2024
NB. All course times and schedules are given in Finnish time (EET). 
All registrations through UniOulu webpages only: https://www.oulu.fi/en/cooperation/cooperation-networks/unic-european-university/unic-oulu-course-registration 

Please note that the registrations will be processed further only as of  beginning of the year 2024.
07/01/2024Tanja Riekkinen

​This multidisciplinary course explores sustainable development and its different dimensions (economic, social, environmental) in the context of Arctic and the Nordic countries utilizing multidisciplinary approaches. The evaluation of the course is 0-5, through lectures, studying of relevant research literature, a learning diary, and a group assignment.

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Upon completion of the course, students will be able to identify and explain special issues concerning sustainable development in Arctic and Nordic contexts from different viewpoints. Student will be able to apply key concepts and critically evaluate the interrelated and contradictory dimensions of Arctic and Nordic sustainable development. Students will have developed their argumentation, presentation, and collaboration skills.
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spring/summer semester 2024University of OuluFaculty of HumanitiesBA/BSc
Please refer to the course link: https://opas.peppi.oulu.fi/en/course/683792P/27288?period=2023-2024
NB. All course times and schedules are given in Finnish time (EET).
All registrations through UniOulu webpages only: https://www.oulu.fi/en/cooperation/cooperation-networks/unic-european-university/unic-oulu-course-registration 

Please note that the registrations will be further processed only as of beginning of the year 2024.
07/01/2024Samuel Vaneeckhout, Élise Lépy

​The course offers an introduction to Finnish culture and society from a holistic perspective. Its purpose is to cover some important aspects (Education, Nature, History, Social organization) of Finland through literature, discussion and lectures.

See full description on UNIC Oulu Study Guide: https://opas.peppi.oulu.fi/en/course/683792P/27288?period=2023-2024

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Upon completion of the course, students will have familiarized themselves with the particularities of Finnish culture and society, resulting in a deeper understanding of the country, its institutions and people.
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spring/summer semester 2024University of OuluFaculty of HumanitiesBA/BSc + MA/MSc
Please refer to the course link: https://opas.peppi.oulu.fi/en/course/683781P/11521?period=2023-2024
NB. All course times and schedules are given in Finnish time (EET).
All registrations through UniOulu webpages only: https://www.oulu.fi/en/cooperation/cooperation-networks/unic-european-university/unic-oulu-course-registration 

Please note that the registrations will be processed only as of beginning of the year 2024.
07/01/2024Samuel Vaneeckhout

​The course offers an introduction to Finnish and Scandinavian prehistory and examines the region’s past through its material remains.

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Upon completion of the course, students will be able to describe ancient remains, prehistoric objects and cultural processes in general terms. The students will also be able to describe the material, areal, social and economic basis of Scandinavian folk culture.
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spring/summer semester 2024University of ŁódźFaculty of PhilologyBA/BSc + MA/MSc
Wednesdays every two weeks from February 28, five meetings (1. February 28, 2. March 13, 3. March 27, April 10, 5. April 24), from 2-6 p.m., last meeting 2-7 p.m, final grade: 10.05.2024
https://rekrutacja.uni.lodz.pl/en-gb/
For questions regarding registration, please e-mail: iso@uni.lodz.pl
10/02/2024dr Pirjo Suvilehto (University of Oulu) and Jarosław Płuciennik (University of Lodz), jaroslaw.pluciennik@uni.lodz.pl

​Tove Jansson visited Łódź in 1978 to accept a puppet project in the production of the Austrian-Polish film at the film studio Se-Ma-For. Polish children then presented her with the famous Order of the Smile. The Moomins should become the main character that the first books in this series were written with World War II in the background. The theme of catastrophe, crisis and -- overcoming it — is strongly present in the work of Tove Jansson.The instructors (Pirjo Suvilehto and Jaroslaw Pluciennik) in the course have expertise in storytelling in bibliotherapy. The course will be of interest to students of many areas: creative writing, film, media, and education, not only in the area of literature for children.

Issues included in the course:
1. introduction: the course and how to get it done and other practices;
2. bibliotherapy approach; reading a story book, author, character;
3. Tove as an author and Moomins;
4. BT picture book / story homework;
5. remembering, memories;
6. non-humans, environmental issues, catastrophes;
7. other global issues: food, agriculture, multiculturalism, sustainability, tolerance, resilience;
8. values: arts, literature, nature, being together, freedom;
9. scary things, seas, subconscious;
10. joy, happiness, survival;
11. Stories and sagas in scandinavian cultures;
12 Adventure, horror, vitality, sisu and other scandinavian values (lagom, hygge)."

Learning outcomes:
Student knows and understands the consequences of generic, genre-based and stylistic narrative techniques in various storytelling media; 2. can apply the learned writing rules to create fictional and non-fictional stories in various media  apply adequate narrative strategies to achieve the selected goal, especially in the field of double-addressing the story as well as analyze, interpret and evaluate their own and others' writing achievements in the art of storytelling in various media; 3. is ready to verify knowledge and correct writing achievements in the field of multimedia storytelling.

communicative English
Methods of verification and assessment of the degree of achievement of the assumed EU:
Assessment by the instructors (two main ones), self-assessment, assessment by other course participants, voting on Teams assessing the completion of tasks from 1-5 stars, awarding badges for completing tasks.
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Literature (in Polish, but there will also be readings for English-speaking students during classes):
The analytical material is
Jansson Tove, any editions in Polish (or English and Swedish): Little trolls and a big flood, Comet over Moominvalley, In Moominvalley, Moominpappa Diaries, Moominsummer, Moominwinter, Stories from Moominvalley, Moominpappa and the sea, Moominvalley in November, a collection of Moomin comics by Tove Jansson (2 volumes) and Lars Jansson (3rd volume). Studies:
Dymel-Trzebiatowska, Hanna. Philosophical and translational journeys through the Moomin Valley / Hanna Dymel-Trzebiatowska. Gdańsk: University of Gdańsk Publishing House, 2019.
Dymel-Trzebiatowska, Hanna. ""For children or adults? On dual address in children's literature on the example of Tove Jansson's Moomin books. In Books in the lives of the youngest, Science – Didactics – Practice, edited by Mariola Antczak and A. Walczak-Niewiadomska, 13–24. Łódź: Publishing House of the University of Łódź, Publishing House of the Association of Polish Librarians, 2022. https://doi.org/10.18778/7969-789-2.02.
Dymel-Trzebiatowska, Hanna. In search of a bit of consolation: the bibliotherapeutic potential of Astrid Lindgren's works from the perspective of narratology and literary psychoanalysis / Hanna Dymel-Trzebiatowska. Gdańsk ; University of Gdańsk Publishing House, 2014. Westin, Boel. Tove Jansson. Moomin mom. Translated by Bogumiła Ratajczak. Marginesy Publishing House, 2012.
Suvilehto, Pirjo. “A study of animal characters as representations of humans: the animality/bibliotherapy test.” Journal of Poetry Therapy 32, no. 2 (April 3, 2019): 95–108. https://doi.org/10.1080/08893675.2019.1583414.
Wróblewski, Michał. Graphic novel: a study of the genre from a cognitivist perspective, Łódź: Publishing House of the University of Łódź, 2016.
spring/summer semester 2024University of DeustoTheologyBA/BSc
2 compulsory synchronous sessions a week: Tuesday and Thursday 14:30-15:30 CET (CEST from April 8th, 2024)
Home university must nominate student by sending an email to virtual.exchange@deusto.es
15/12/2023Juan Luis de León
None
2 one-hour synchronous sessions a week, compulsory and 8 hours of planned work (individual, group) a week; 10 hours work/week in total.  Continuous assessment
69Maximum 55
Teaching language: Spanish.  Classes start 07/02/2024 and finish 24/05/2024
spring/summer semester 2024University of DeustoTheologyBA/BSc
2 compulsory synchronous sessions a week: Monday and Wednesday 14:30-15:30 CET (CEST from April 8th, 2024)
Home university must nominate student by sending an email to virtual.exchange@deusto.es
15/12/2023Jon Ona
None
2 one-hour synchronous sessions a week, compulsory and 8 hours of planned work (individual, group) a week; 10 hours work/week in total.  Continuous assessment
69Maximum 55
Teaching language: Spanish.  Classes start 07/02/2024 and finish 24/05/2024
collapse ISCED code (Broad field) : 03 Social Sciences, Journalism and Information ‎(2)
spring/summer semester 2024Koç UniversityCollege of Social Sciences and HumanitiesBA/BSc
Please see 2023-2024 Academic Calendar for dates: https://registrar.ku.edu.tr/en/academic-calendar/2023-2024-summary-version/
28/01/2024Ivana Jevtic

Visual culture and built environment of Asia (China, Korea, Japan, India, Southeast Asia and Asian diaspora). Painting, sculpture, architecture, ritual objects, ceramics, textiles and other visual forms within the wider context of political, religious, social and economic developments of the region.

​Please refer to previous course lists: https://apdd.ku.edu.tr/en/academics/course-lists/
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spring/summer semester 2024University of DeustoSocial and Human SciencesBA/BSc
2 1-hour compulsory synchronous session a week: Monday and Wednesday 17:30-18:30 CET (CEST from April 8th, 2024)
Home university must nominate student by sending an email to virtual.exchange@deusto.es
15/12/2023Cristina Ulloa
None
2 one-hour synchronous sessions a week, compulsory and 8 hours of planned work (individual, group) a week; 10 hours work/week in total.  Continuous assessment
69Maximum 55
Teaching language: English.  Classes start 07/02/2024 and finish 24/05/2024
collapse ISCED code (Broad field) : 04 Business, Administration and Law ‎(10)
spring/summer semester 2024Koç UniversityCollege of Administrative Sciences and Economics (CASEBA/BSc28/01/2024ARMAN MANUKYAN

An introduction to financial reporting designed to create an awareness of the accounting concepts and principles for preparing the four basic financial statements: the income statement, statement of stockholders’ equity, balance sheet, and statement of cash flows. The course is designed to benefit all students who will be future users of accounting information


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spring/summer semester 2024University of DeustoDeusto Business SchoolBA/BSc
2 1-hour compulsory synchronous session a week: Tuesday and Thursday 16:30-17:30 CET (CEST from April 8th, 2024)
Home university must nominate student by sending an email to virtual.exchange@deusto.es
15/12/2023Iñigo García-Valenzuela
Having taken some ground knowledge Marketing course
​2 one-hour synchronous sessions a week, compulsory and 8 hours of planned work (individual, group) a week; 10 hours work/week in total.  Continuous assessment
69Maximum 55
Teaching language: English.  Classes start 07/02/2024 and finish 24/05/2024
spring/summer semester 2024University of DeustoDeusto Business SchoolBA/BSc
2 1-hour compulsory synchronous session a week: Tuesday and Thursday 15:30-16:30 CET (CEST from April 8th, 2024)
From April 22, 2024 Thursday's session for this course will be Mondays from 16:30 to 17:30 (CEST)
Home university must nominate student by sending an email to virtual.exchange@deusto.es
15/12/2023Massimo Cermelli, Ricardo Aguado, Ekhi Atutxa, Asela Burgos
None
2 one-hour synchronous sessions a week, compulsory and 8 hours of planned work (individual, group) a week; 10 hours work/week in total.  Continuous assessment
69Maximum 55
Teaching language: English.  Classes start 07/02/2024 and finish 24/05/2024
spring/summer semester 2024University of DeustoDeusto Business SchoolBA/BSc
1 2-hour compulsory synchronous session a week: Friday 15:30-17:30 CET (CEST from April 8th, 2024)
Home university must nominate student by sending an email to virtual.exchange@deusto.es
15/12/2023Lidia Lobán, Peru Sasia, Oscar Lage, Olatz Ukar
None
2 one-hour synchronous sessions a week, compulsory and 8 hours of planned work (individual, group) a week; 10 hours work/week in total.  Continuous assessment
69Maximum 55
Teaching language: English.  Classes start 07/02/2024 and finish 24/05/2024
spring/summer semester 2024University of ŁódźFaculty of Economics and SociologyBA/BSc + MA/MSc
Tuesdays, from February 27th till June 11th, 11:30-13:00, final grade: 11.06.2024
To register for the course please visit:
https://rekrutacja.uni.lodz.pl/en-gb/
For questions please e-mail iso@uni.lodz.pl
10/02/2024dr Eleonora Ratowska-Dziobiak, eleonora.ratowska@uni.lodz.pl
The aim of this lecture is to acquaint/ to familiarize students with the specifics of the insurance market. Presentation of the intensive transformations that have influenced this sector along with the process of political transformation toward membership in the European Union and a growing share of the foreign capital.

The appearance of the place of the Polish insurance market in the international arena and its importance from the point of view of the country's economy. Presentation of the current challenges facing the insurance market in Poland in the light of the COVID-19 pandemic, new EU regulations and climate change.

Learning outcomes:

1. Knowledge
Student:
- has basic knowledge of the theory and methodology relevant to social and natural sciences, identifies and describes  their relations to economics, knows and defines the basic economic terms, describes the economic issues and processes of changes of the financial system and its elements (i.e. insurance market), as well as the causes, course, the scale and consequences of these changes;
- knows the methods and tools of obtaining, processing and interpreting data as well as the methods of analyzing business entities, knows the stages of basic research methods used in business;
- identifies and assesses the phenomena on an international scale, has basic knowledge about relations between social structures and institutions, as well as about intercultural relations, presents views on the functioning of the financial system and financial institutions, especially concerning insurance companies and their role in the economy or their historical evolution, has knowledge about rules relating to the insurance market, institutions supervising it/ having control over it;
- has knowledge to describe economic and social processes, explain the role of the insurance sphere in the economy and the role of a man, who can determine the image of different institutions (e.g. insurance companies).

2. Skills
Student:
- observes economic phenomena, analyzes their causes and uses basic analytical tools, interpretates economic processes, financial phenomena, changes of the insurance sector, prepares useful conclusions, reports;
-obtains appropriate data to analyze properly causes and course of specific processes, interactions between different sectors of the economy;
- describes and identifies relationship between financial and social aspects;
- express accurately and coherently (orally and in writing) on topics related to selected economic issues, using various theoretical approaches both from the achievements of economics and related disciplines;
- is able to prepare studies, reports, analisis, speech in a foreign language, using specialized terminology;
- independently collects, selects and processes information in the field of social and economic phenomena, fill gaps in his/her knowledge and also acquires knowledge and develops his/her professional skills, using different sources and new technologies and prepare oral presentations in English;
- uses foreign language at the level B2.

3. Competences
Student:
- is aware of the level of her/his knowledge, performs a self-assessment of her/his own competences and can complete and improve the acquired knowledge and skills, is aware of the need for lifelong learning and care for the constant development of her/his competences, is aware of the advantages and limitations of the methods of research, is critical to the known methods and open to the use of new, unconventional solutions, is able to set further directions of education and self-development;
- formulates his own opinion, choosing arguments, but is also flexible and able to conduct a discussion, taking into account other arguments and points of view can interact and work in a group, actively participates in the group, takes different roles in it, is open to cooperation and build relationships;
- prepares his / her work, properly sets the priorities for the implementation of specific tasks, cares about the accuracy of the collected data and reliably conducts nalysis is open to the possibility of commercial use of her/ his knowledge.
Knowledge of basic issues in economics and finance.
Final note is the result of:
1. presentation grade (80%)
2. class activity (20%).

- presentation dedicated to chosen insurance company, bank or financial holding (with taking into account the presence of that firm on the Polish financial market; statistical data informing of the current position on the international and Polish market, financial standing; information about used strategies, mission, plans for the future) or chosen aspect related to the functioning of the insurance market/ financial market
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Literature:
1. Republic of Poland, Insurance Core Principles, Detailed Assessment of Observance, Internationaler Währungsfonds, Weltbank, 2012
2. Insurance Information Institute, (2010), Insurance Handbook A guide to insurance: what it does and how it works, NY
3. Janowski A., (2018), Personality Traits and Sales Effectiveness, The Life Insurance Market in Poland,, SSRN
4. Śliwiński A., Karasavvoglou A., Polychronidou P., (2019), Economic Development and Financial Markets, Latest Research and Policy Insights from Central and Southeastern Europe, Springer International Publishing
5. Kwiecień I, Borda M, Grima S.,(2020). Life Insurance in Europe, Risk Analysis and Market Challenges, Springer International Publishing
6. Jantoń-Drozdowska E., (1996), The market of financial services in Poland - main directions in adjustments ensuing from the European Treaty, Gdańsk University
7. Jajuga K., (2015), Financial investments and insurance : global trends and the Polish market, Publishing House of the Wrocław University of Economics
8. Jurkowska-Zeidler A., (2016), The architecture of the European financial market : legal foundations, Gdańsk University Press
9. Bani E., Pachuca-Smulska B, Rutkowska-Tomaszewska E. (eds), (2020), Public and Private Law and the Challenges of New Technologies and Digital Markets. Volume II. Legal Aspects of FinTech, C.H. Beck
10. Duflo E., Banerjee A.V. (2019), Good economics for hard times, Public Affairs NY
11. Dicken P. (2003), Global Shift: reshaping the global economic map in the 21st century 4th ed, SAGE Publications
12. Economics & Law
13. Reports of the Polish Insurance Association, Polish Financial Supervision Authority, Swiss Re
14. Journal of Finance and Financial Law
15. Economics & Environment
16. Comparative Economic Research
17. Economy in Practice and Theory)
18. Insurance Law
19. Journal of Insurance, Financial Markets & Consumer Protection
20. Economic Studies
spring/summer semester 2024University of ŁódźFaculty of Economics and SociologyMA/MSc
From February 26 to June 16, 8.00 a.m. - 9.30 a.m.
To register for the course please visit:
https://rekrutacja.uni.lodz.pl/en-gb/
10/02/2024dr Agata Gniadkowska-Szymańska, agata.gniadkowska@uni.lodz.pl

The aim of the course is to provide knowledge in the field of corporate finance management. Financial management is a subject related to making managerial decisions in the area of finance: management and financial accounting, assessment of the effectiveness of investment projects, liquidity and working capital management, construction of capital structure and planning.

Learning outcomes: Upon the completion of the course the student:

- has basic knowledge of the financial market, financial instruments, institutions involved in the financial market sector and the principles of their functioning, as well as the importance of the financial market in the functioning of the modern national economy; - has basic knowledge of individual financial categories and financial instruments, defines them and knows the methods of their examination, enabling understanding of the nature of financial phenomena; - has basic and structured knowledge of accounting as a system for collecting and processing information about economic events and methods and forms of their presentation; - has the ability to independently use appropriate accounting principles and financial categories to make strategic decisions in the field of the financial market for the functioning of business entities; - is able to independently search for knowledge and expand skills in the field of the financial market, extended by an interdisciplinary dimension, sees practical aspects of using the acquired knowledge.

Knowledge of mathematics, accounting, economics.
Written exam (12.06.2024)

Within the hours of own work, the Student is obliged to consult the effects of this work in direct contact with the teacher, during traditional or remote consultations. The student's own work time balance during the lectures includes: preparation for classes and consultations with the lecturers: 30 hours of current work and 60 hours of preparation for credit. The student's own work time balance during the excercises includes: preparation for classes and consultations with the lecturers: 30 hours of current work and 60 hours of preparation for credit. It is possible for the Student to obtain a positive final grade in the subject if all the learning outcomes are achieved to a minimum degree of satisfactory completion.
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For questions about the registration process please e-mail iso@uni.lodz.pl
spring/summer semester 2024University of ŁódźFaculty of Law and AdministrationBA/BSc + MA/MSc
Fridays (weekly, 10 meetings starting on 1 March), 12:30-14:00, final grade: 07.07.2024
https://rekrutacja.uni.lodz.pl/en-gb/
For questions about the registration, please e-mail: iso@uni.lodz.pl
10/02/2024Dr Mateusz Piątkowski, mateusz.piatkowski@wpia.uni.lodz.pl

​1. The history of the International Humanitarian Law;
2. The sources of the International Humanitarian Law;
3. The scope of the International Humanitarian Law (material, temporal, geographical);
4. The general guiding principles of the International Humanitarian Law;
5. The status of combatant, protected persons, civilians and hors de combat;
6. Protection of the civilian population;
7. The law of land warfare;
8. The law of naval warfare;
9. The law of air warfare;
10. The law of cyber warfare;
11. The International Humanitarian Law and new technologies;
12. International Humanitarian Law and human rights law;
13. Development of the International Humanitarian Law by jurisprudence;
14. Enforcement of the International Humanitarian Law;
15. Public assessment of the International Humanitarian Law: the case study of video games.

Learning outcomes
Knowledge:
a) The overall historical framework of the International Humanitarian Law;
b) The understanding of the ‘armed conflict’ definition;
c) The applicability of the International Humanitarian Law;
d) Distinction between the ‘Hague Law’ and ‘Geneva Law’
e) The binding principles and rules of the International Humanitarian Law: distinction, proportionality, humanity, military necessity, prohibition of unnecessary suffering and superfluous injury;
f) The legal architecture of the civilian population protection in times of armed conflict;
g) Protection of the hors de combat;
h) Basics concerning the legal regime binding the in different dimension of warfare;
i) Law governing the conduct of hostilities;
j) International Humanitarian Law and the choice of weaponry;
k) Landmark jurisprudence regarding the International Humanitarian Law;
l) Interplay between International Humanitarian Law and other branches of international law (the case study of video games);

Skills
a) Ability to research data relevant in the context of International Humanitarian Law;
b) Ability to independently access sources to the treaties, manuals and other documents relevant for International Humanitarian Law applicability;
c) Understand the delicacy of the International Humanitarian Law as a ‘balancing platform’ between the realities of warfare and humanitarian considerations;
d) Contemplate the contemporary course of combat in high-tensions zones (e.g. Ukraine, Gaza)

None
​- participation in clases – 5%
- activity and discussion - 70%
- take home exam (essay) – 25%
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Literature:
1. F. Kaslhoven. L. Zegveld, Constrains on the Waging of War: An Introduction to International Humanitarian Law, Geneva 2001.
2. D. Fleck, The Handbook of International Humanitarian Law, Oxford 1995, 2013.
3. H-P. Gasser, International Humanitarian Law: An Introduction, Vienna 1993.
spring/summer semester 2024University of ŁódźFaculty of ManagementBA/BSc
Tuesdays (1:15 PM– 3:45 PM), from March 15th, final grade: 6.6.2024


https://rekrutacja.uni.lodz.pl/en-gb/
For questions about the registration, please e-mail: iso@uni.lodz.pl
10/02/2024dr. hab. Maciej Turała, maciej.turala@uni.lodz.pl

The overriding objective of this course is to practice and experience business related concepts introduced in the course of Understanding Business, hence prior completion of Understanding Business is recommended. The course is based on tutorials and workshops, active participation in class activities is required! The issues covered in the course include: 1. Business Functioning & Development; 2. People in Business; 3. Market in Business; 4. Finance in Business; 5. Business Overview: the Grand Picture.

Learning outcomes – knowledge:
· defines types of business organisations, business roles and ownership types and relates this knowledge to real life situations;
· identifies key processes within a business organisation and interprets existing relations between them;
· discusses and illustrates the role of people in business, in particular appraises significance of social interaction in a business.

Learning outcomes – skills:
· illustrates key trends occurring in business environment of chosen business organisation;
· displays business problems by means of, inter alia, role plays, simulations, class discussions, etc.

Learning outcomes – attitudes:
· demonstrates understanding of teamwork’s importance and performs in varying roles in team assignments;
· conforms to ethical and professional business standards.
Ideally, completion of the Understanding Business course. Sufficient English language skills are required.
Grading is based on every student's activity throughout the semester and the deliveries ((1) weekly journals; (2) weekly reading reports; (3) team presentations and (4) final interview)
5125
Literature:
W.G. Nickels, J.M. McHugh, S.M. McHugh, Understanding Business, 9th ed., Prentice Hall, Upper Saddle River, NJ, 2010 (textbook) (Later editions of the textbook are also fine!)
spring/summer semester 2024University of DeustoLawBA/BSc
2 compulsory synchronous sessions a week: Tuesday 13:30 and Friday 14:30 CET (CEST from April 8th, 2024)
Home university must nominate student by sending an email to virtual.exchange@deusto.es
15/12/2023Elena Oguiza

​https://drive.google.com/file/d/1YefJVFZgqhiQInS66_cJdZtMECkSSCwb/view?usp=drive_link

None
​2 one hour synchronous sessions a week, compulsory and 8 hours of planned work (individual, group) a week, 10 hours a week in total. Continuous assessment.
69Maximum 55
spring/summer semester 2024University of OuluOulu Business SchoolMA/MSc
Please refer to the course link: https://opas.peppi.oulu.fi/en/course/721469S/10740?period=2023-2024
NB. All course times and schedules are given in Finnish time (EET).
All registrations through UniOulu webpages only: https://www.oulu.fi/en/cooperation/cooperation-networks/unic-european-university/unic-oulu-course-registration 

Please note that the registrations will be further processed only as beginning of the year 2024.
07/01/2024Hanna Komulainen

​The basic concepts and principles of managing business relationships and network thinking including the following themes: 1) Principles of network thinking and basic concepts, 2) Business network management and strategic nets, 3) Value creation in business relationships, 4) Key account management, 5) Relationship portfolios, 6) Development of business relationships, 7) B2B relationships and networks in international context, 8) Sources of conflicts and conflict resolution in business networks, 9) Social capital and its meaning in networks, and 10) Customer knowledge management and knowledge sharing.

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The course includes a group work, case exercise and learning diary as well as smaller individual assignments. More detailed evaluation criteria can be found in Moodle.
61060
collapse ISCED code (Broad field) : 05 Natural Sciences, Mathematics and Statistics ‎(1)
spring/summer semester 2024Koç UniversityCOLLEGE OF SCIENCESBA/BSc28/01/2024HAKAN ALİM ÖRMECİ

Elementary crystal structure; the reciprocal lattice; lattice dynamics and phonons; thermal properties of materials; electron gas; Fermi-Dirac statistics and the Fermi surface; band theory, semiconductor physics and properties, semiconductor devices.


6NANA
collapse ISCED code (Broad field) : 06 Information and Communication Technologies ‎(1)
spring/summer semester 2024University of OuluFaculty of Information Technology and Electrical EngineeringMA/MSc
Please refer to the course link: https://opas.peppi.oulu.fi/en/course/521324S/5760?period=2023-2024

NB. All course times and schedules are given in Finnish time (EET). 
All registrations through UniOulu webpages only: https://www.oulu.fi/en/cooperation/cooperation-networks/unic-european-university/unic-oulu-course-registration 

Please note that the registrations will be further processed only as of beginning of the year 2024.

 
07/01/2024Lucas Ribeiro, Markku Juntti, Nhan Nguyen

​Linear Bayesian estimators and filters, sequential Bayesian and least squares algorithms, Wiener and Kalman filtering, iterative algorithms, adaptive filtering and algorithms, statistical decision theory for signals with unknown parameters, application examples: equalization in communications engineering, array processing and beamforming, spectral analysis and estimation, delay estimation and positioning.

The required prerequisite is the completion of the following courses prior to enrolling for the course: 031080A Signal Analysis, 031021P Probability and Mathematical Statistics, 031078P Matrix Algebra, 521348S Statistical Signal Processing I. The recommended prerequisite is the completion of 521330A Telecommunications Engineering, 521323S Wireless Communications I, 031025A Introduction to Optimization and 031051S Numerical Matrix Analysis.
Upon completion the student will:
-understand the key design problems and constraints of the typical estimation problems in statistical signal processing.
-have the skills to apply estimation, detection and other statistical signal processing methods to solve practical problems in signal processing applications.
-can use linear algebra, basics of optimization and statistical signal processing to derive algorithms with statistical models.
-can use numerical analysis to approximate optimal algorithms with iterative solutions including adaptive algorithms.
-understands the basic requirements for the convergence of an iterative and adaptive algorithm.
-can model the operation of a transceiver using Matlab and other simulators to assess the performance of transceiver algorithms.
-can solve simple composite hypothesis testing problems with unknown parameters.
52050
collapse ISCED code (Broad field) : 07 Engineering, Manufacturing and Construction ‎(1)
spring/summer semester 2024University of DeustoEngineeringBA/BSc
2 compulsory synchronous sessions a week: Wedneday and Friday 13:30-14:30 CET (CEST from April 8th, 2024)
Home university must nominate student by sending an email to virtual.exchange@deusto.es
15/12/2023Francisco Pérez Cárrega

​https://drive.google.com/file/d/1LyQxnG6Mvq-P7XdfTu-NBknFykJNtgYR/view

None

2 one-hour synchronous sessions a week, compulsory and 8 hours of planned work (individual, group) a week; 10 hours work/week in total.  Continuous assessment
69Maximum 55
collapse ISCED code (Broad field) : 09 Health and Welfare ‎(3)
spring/summer semester 2024University of OuluBiochemistry and Molecular MedicineMA/MSc
Please refer to the course description: https://opas.peppi.oulu.fi/en/course/OH00AJ03/32800?period=2023-2024
NB. All course times and schedules are given in Finnish time (EET).
All registrations through UniOulu webpages only: https://www.oulu.fi/en/cooperation/cooperation-networks/unic-european-university/unic-oulu-course-registration 

Please note that the registrations will be processed only as of beginning of the year 2024.
07/01/2024Pirjo Kaakinen
  1. Evidence-based healthcare.
  2. Current national and international development needs of digital health and social services.
  3. Evidence of health and social services.

Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to:

-identify the importance of the evidence-based healthcare model in the development of digital health and social services.

-identify the development needs of digital health and social services.

-search for current and reliable evidence on digital health and social services.

-utilize the evidence to the development of digital health and social services.


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To complete the course the student is required to active participation in online learning and successful completion of learning assignments.
51030
spring/summer semester 2024University of DeustoHealth SciencesBA/BSc
2 compulsory synchronous sessions a week: Tuesday and Thursday 17:30-18:30 CET (CEST from April 8th, 2024)
Home university must nominate student by sending an email to virtual.exchange@deusto.es
15/12/2023Carlota las Hayas
None
2 one-hour synchronous sessions a week, compulsory and 8 hours of planned work (individual, group) a week; 10 hours work/week in total.  Continuous assessment
69Maximum 55
Teaching language: English.  Classes start 07/02/2024 and finish 24/05/2024
spring/summer semester 2024University of DeustoHealth SciencesBA/BSc
2 compulsory synchronous sessions a week: Monday and Wednesday 15:30-16:30 CET (CEST from April 8th, 2024)
Home university must nominate student by sending an email to virtual.exchange@deusto.es
15/12/2023Carlota las Hayas, Borja García, Adrián Aginagalde
None
2 one-hour synchronous sessions a week, compulsory and 8 hours of planned work (individual, group) a week; 10 hours work/week in total.  Continuous assessment
69Maximum 55
Teaching language: English.  Classes start 07/02/2024 and finish 24/05/2024