Programmes/centres for the gifted in EU

Exclusive Summer School

Exclusive Summer School programs at fascinating UK locations in St Andrews and Cambridge.

The exclusive ISSOS summer school program offers high school students from all over the world (aged 13-18) the unique opportunity to combine learning, creative enrichment and action-packed adventure in one of two amazing, historic and picturesque UK university towns of St Andrews and Cambridge. ISSOS offers a three week summer school program and limits the number of students from one nationality to 10% in order to guarantee a truly international experience.

European Summer School

Ruhr University Bochum, Germany, 7 Sept – 20 Sept 2014-

Interdisciplinary course on memory and mind, integrating the fields of philosophy, neuroscience, psychology, computer science and medicine.

Summer Sessions at Salzburg College

From May to August Salzburg College offers several summer sessions for undergraduate students. The summer sessions are either offered exclusively by Salzburg College or as Joint Programs together with a US-American partner institution.

Oxbridge Academic Programs

They are welcoming intellectually adventurous high school and junior high school students to Europe for over 25 years. Professor James Basker has designed these programs for students in grades 8 to 12 - all with the goal of giving young people the opportunity to live and study in the historic and scholarly centers of learning that are Oxford and Cambridge in England, Barcelona and Salamanca in Spain, and Paris and Montpellier in France . and in NY. In England, they offer different programs for 8th and 9th graders than we do 10th - 12th graders.

African Gifted Foundation

The African Gifted Foundation is led by African and UK executives and educational experts determined to provide an opportunity for Africa’s gifted children to develop to their full potential.
 
African Gifted Foundation has partnered with world class organisations with expertise in mathematics and computing to deliver a unique educational experience.

Center for Gifted Children, Rijeka

The Center is involved in:
 
•organizing round tables and public appearances to promote talent as a phenomenon and raises awareness within the community of the gifted and their needs (Round table December 12, 2012 along with Human Rights Day on the subject  "Gifted students in the educational system and their rights"

Center for Research and Promotion of Giftedness at Faculty of Education, University of Ljubljana - Center za raziskovanje in spodbujanje nadarjenosti na Pedagoški fakulteti Univerze v Ljubljani (CRSN PeF UL)

Center for Research and Promotion of Giftedness (CRSN PeF UL) attempts to interconnect the knowledge, experience and ideas of the research and the practice in gifted education. The members of the Center manage a range of research, educational and consulting projects and aim to promote giftedness by enhancing the quality of life of the gifted and to follow the vision outlined in The Mission of the Faculty of Education and The Strategies of the Slovenian Development.
Main aims of the CRSN PeF UN:
 

North - Backa Talent Point

The North-Backa Talent Point gained its outstanding status in 2010. Since 1996, within the scope of the Association of Pedagogues of North-Backa, the Coffman Judit School for Talented Students works with the aim to propagate natural sciences, in particular Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry, in elementary schools. It organizes its lectures at weekends for all those pupils who are interested in those fields of science and are already selected by their teachers and schools.

Bolyai Farkas Foundation for Talents Studying in Hungarian

Bolyai Farkas Foundation is dedicated to identify talents and help them to reach their full potential. The foundation gives assistance to those who continue their studies in Hungarian. 

Association of Hungarian Pedagogues of Vojvodina (AHPV) - Vajdasági Magyar Pedagógusok Egyesülete (VMPE)

 
Association of Hungarian Pedagogues of Vojvodina  was established in 1993 to encourage the Hungarian-language education and development. The main activities of the VMPE:
 
•organize teacher  training courses in Vojvodina
•care program for the Diaspora – outside school hours (native language)
•talent management:  GENIUS talent movement ,  folk music competition, folk dance and folk toys competition, History quiz, School Theatre Festival, physics and chemistry competition,  several camps for children

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