2022 Summer School in Social Research Methods
(June 20 – July 1)
A Methods Excellence Network Event, hosted by Nijmegen School of Management, Radboud University, the Netherlands
World-class methods courses -- and so much more
If you want to bring your research to the next level, the Summer School in Social Research Methods is the place to be. It is a unique venue: besides world-class methods courses taught by top pedagogues, with small-group interaction and individual tutoring, you get more:
- Tailored advice on choosing courses and a sequence across week 1 and week 2;
- Pluralism, via the full diversity of methods covered;
- Linking up. The Summer School spirit is all about community-building, sharing, and networking.
- A rich optional afternoon programme that enables you to:
- step back and reflect your research via transversal research design sessions,
- get feedback from other researchers and diverse methods experts via a dissertation workshop,
- follow a supplemental short course.
So: for a given week, your registration fee gives you access to a given course (15 hours) + up to 11.5 hours of extra training activities;
Feel free to browse through our top courses, check out our afternoon programme - and if something catches your eye, register via the Radboud Summer School digital environment.
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Nijmegen School of Management
NSM carries out state-of-the-art research into how organisations and governments manage and govern complex problems in their strive for more sustainable societies. The unique combination of disciplines we house – Public Administration, Political Science, Business Administration, Economics, Environmental Governance, Spatial Planning and Human Geography – allows for a truly distinctive interdisciplinary approach to such grand challenges. Moreover, we offer cutting-edge methodological research and teaching, at the interface of intervention methods, action research and ‘deep’ empirical research methodology, based on involvement with stakeholders and embedding within the field.