Summer Session 2019

The week-long Summer Session is the yearly culmination of NSU’s activities where all circles hold their symposia at a shared location. The session takes place at a location in the Nordic or Baltic countryside, usually at the end of July. Study circles work during the day and in the evening, numerous social and cultural events take place. Excursions are made to local cultural attractions at the site of the summer session, and guests are invited to give new perspectives on the hosting country. Two international keynote speakers are invited to the summer session to make a total of four presentation. The keynotes integrate into the NSU as a whole by taking part in the study circles throughout the week.

NSU offers ECTS credits to students who participate or make a presentation at one of the symposia.

A key value of NSU is that families with children can participate at the summer sessions. NSU therefore provide what we call a “children’s circle” for participants who are between three and thirteen years old.

NSU Summer Session 2019 is held from 28th of July to 4th of August 2019 at Roosta Holiday Village (, Haapsalu, Estonia.

More information on this website:

General Assembly

During the Summer Session, the NSU community (being the participants) comes together to decide on plans for the future. Also, the new Board is elected. And as a participant, you can become a representative to work together to improve NSU even more.

If you’d like to know more about how the General Assembly works, please read more here.


Previous Summer Sessions>>

The 2018 summer session took place in Fårö, Sweden. You can read all about it here:

Previous Keynote Speakers>>


March 15 2019:
Call for papers are published on each study circle’s page

May 1:
Deadline for sending in abstracts for the relevant circles, and grant & scholarship applications (participants should hear back by May 15)

May 15:

Registration and payments for the summer session starts

Preliminary program is published on the website

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