u4-logoFrom 9 to 12 February the 2nd U4 Winter School in Antiquity takes place in Rome, entitled 'Myth, Memory and Mimesis. Multidisciplinary Approaches'. The winter school assembles PhD-students and staff from all 4 partner universities.

The venue of the Winter School is the Academia Belgica and the Royal Netherlands Institute in Rome, 9-12 February 2011. Again each of the partners take up the organisation of one full day of the programme.



groningen-logo-nlThe Office of the University of Groningen is organizing a 5-day staff training from 7-11 March 2011 in the field of Environment Health and Safety.

The purpose of the training is:

  • to gather and share information on health and safety issues and procedures at the University of Groningen and the universities of the participants;
  • to learn about concepts for a sustainable campus
  • to share experiences and information regarding newest regulations of EU

The prospective participants should have a 2-3 year experience in the field of Health, Safety and Environment. Language proficiency of English is required.



groningen-academybuilding-smallOn 25-26 November 2010, the Department of Scandinavian Linguistics and Literature of the University of Groningen will host the 'Scandinavistendagen/Skandinavistdagarna', the biennial conference for Scandinavian Studies in the Dutch-speaking region.

The symposium will consist of two parts: on 25 November the closing conference of the 'Peripheral Autonomy? Longitudinal analyses of cultural transfer in the literary fields of small language communities' project (a cooperation with the University of Ghent and the University of Uppsala) will be held.



u4-LogoThis summer the Faculty of Arts of the University of Groningen organizes the interdisciplinary summer school Alternations of Models and Anti-Models 16th Century Art, Literature and Culture in Early-Modern Italy, hosted by the Royal Netherlands Institute in Rome (KNIR) from June 27 till July 5. Through interactive lectures, excursions in Rome and writing a thesis the participant will research the period starting from the Sacco di Rome in 1527 till the end of the Council of Trent in 1563.

Read more about the programme, application and admission. Deadline to apply: 15/04/2010!