For the 4th consecutive time, the Centre for Research in Arts and Economics (CREARE) organizes the International Summer School in Cultural Economics. The three courses take place in Amsterdam and they examine the relationship between culture and economics, the link between creativity, arts, and business, and bridge the knowledge and experiences of scholars and practitioners involved in specific cultural sectors. The courses are led by professor Arjo Klamer, renowned Cultural Economist at the Erasmus University. This year the Summer School is organized in cooperation with Erasmus... See full description.
The Utrecht University was founded in 1636, being today a modern and internationally renowned institution and classified as one of the best in the world. Part of his teachings are conducted in English. It welcomes over 30,000 students, being more than 2,000 coming from different countries.