The Prague's Centre for Public Policy (Centrum pro verejnou politiku - CPVP) is pleased to announce the upcoming Summer School on Crime, Law and Psychology 2007
(CLP2007) in Prague, Czech Republic, from June 28–July 4, 2007:http://clp.lih.cz/Who?
The founder of the European Spring/Summer Institute 2004
(ESI2004) and the Prague's Centre for Public Policy
(Centrum pro verejnou politiku - CPVP), has teamed up with professors from the University of Aberdeen and Warwick University to organize the second Summer School on Crime, Law and Psychology 2007 (CLP2007).Why?
The Summer School on Crime, Law an Psychology 2007 (CLP2007) is a week-long academic program designed to bring together 30 undergraduate and graduate students of various nationalities and academic backgrounds (criminology, legal studies, psychology, sociology, and other related academic fields) from the USA and Eastern & Western Europe to enjoy their summer holiday in an unique academic and cultural environment.What Is It About?
The aim of the program is to provide students with an opportunity to deepen their own expertise, thereby enhancing their knowledge on the correlation between criminal law and psychology, exchanging their ideas with academics, practitioners and fellow students from different countries. The summer program combines intensive academic courses with cultural, social, and recreational opportunities.
Please visit the program's new website
to discover all the details about the CLP2007. The website contains updated information about the academic content, practicalities and application process.
Students should submit their applications by the Early Bird Application Deadline of April 30, 2007.
The Final Deadline is May 15, 2007.
Should you have any questions regarding the CLP2007 and/or application process, please contact:
Summer School on Crime Law and Psychology 2007
Centrum pro verejnou politiku
190 11 Prague 9
Tel: +420 737 679 605
Fax: +420 281 930 584