Chalmers, with support of the government, takes its social responsibility and will offer more chances to be able to study this summer.
“We know there will be an urge for something meaningful to do during the summer for people who have not found a summer job or have been laid off. A summer course to complement your education or to get knowledge in a whole new field can be very valuable. And since we are able to, we definitely want to contribute to that”, says Anna Karlsson-Bengtsson, Vice President of Education and Lifelong Learning at Chalmers.
Summer courses – We will offer digital, summer courses in fields such as project management and real estate finance. Keep up to date when we open for registration for summer courses via the link below.
Text: Vedrana Sivac / Helena Österling af Wåhlberg