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A certificate for the Summer School will be provided by the organizers upon its completion. In addition, it is possible for participants to earn academic credits for their participation by fulfilling additional course requirements. Each student must seek approval for course transfer credit, as related to their field of study, at his/her home university. Tentatively the program offers 2-5 Swedish credits (2-5 pońng, i.e. 10-25 percent of a semester) equivalent to 3-7 credits in the standard European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS). It also offers 3 semester credits according to the U.S. higher education system.

Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska is the hosting institution for U.S. participants seeking 3 semester credits. Students may enroll in "Science, Media, and Risk", a course (available as Journalism (JMC  452), Philosophy (PHL 452), Environmental Science (EVS 452) or Senior Perspective credit (SRP 452)) offered through Creighton's  University's  Summer Sessions/Graduate School. More information about this course and how to register for these credits  can be requested below or obtained from Dr. Patricia Fleming, Senior Associate Dean, at Students seeking graduate credit should also contact Dr. Fleming for additional requirements. Admission will be restricted and criteria for the selection of participants seeking credit will be decided by the organizers in agreement with Creighton University and cooperating universities.