Summer schools are non-degree programs in which no degree is awarded to the students at the end of the program. There are several types of summer schools in terms of type and duration of implementation, which may take from several days to several weeks, between the Spring and Fall semesters. Summer schools can be fully funded, partially funded or unfunded in which the students should pay all the costs.
International Scientific Cooperation Office (ISCO), as UG's headquarter for developing and promoting its international programs and initiatives, welcomes all students and scholars to UG's vibrant intellectual community. The ISCO presents a unique opportunity for students to experience academic life at University of Guilan. ISCO's summer program, taught by distinguished UG and visiting faculty members, offers students a chance to learn in depth about Iran and Middle East, as well as a wide range of subjects from Agricultural, Engineering and Basic Sciences to Humanities and Arts. The ISCO also provides courses on Persian language and traditional arts for students wishing to acquire or advance their Persian language abilities while immersing Persian contemporary and traditional culture. The ISCO team provides service, answering to any inquiries and assisting students, including application, registration, records, tuition payment, etc. The details of upcoming summer schools available to students would be announced here.
An Instruction Guide for Summer School (in Persian)