Summer Training for Universities
Summer Training is a protocol between NARSS and Egyptian Universities to train students for free on Geographic Information Systems and Remote Sensing. It is run during the summer for students who need extra teaching or who want to take extra courses. It begins the second week of June and ends the middle week of September; each session lasts for one week.
Summer Training serves a multitude of purposes for different students: they are sometimes used to bridge the gap between different phases of academic study, or to provide additional professional training and qualifications.
Is summer training good for CV?
Summer training goes a long way in proving your level of academic commitment toward a subject. Mentioning the skill sets gained during summer training on your CV will create a positive impression on your future professors or employers, regardless of your future career path.
How to apply
- Open to university students enrolled in the third or fourth year of the faculty.
- Students should have an endorsement letter from their faculty.
- Students should apply for the training course during the period of the first week to the last week of the second term.
For more information, contact Training department at NARSS or send email to firstname.lastname@example.org