Applications are open for an inspiring summer school in the heart of Vienna, which considers how sustainability, economics and business ethics can combine to create a more stable world.
The ‘Alternative Economic and Monetary Systems (AEMS)’ academic summer school explores the economy of the future, and how it can adapt to balance some of the turmoil, strains and challenges of modern life.
Taking place from the 15th to the 31st of July, the course is organised by the OeAD-Housing Office, which offers sustainable accommodation for students across Austria, together with the city’s BOKU University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, and the Economy For The Common Good movement.
The AEMS summer school is operated under a not-for-profit arrangement and as a result costs €1390. This price includes all accommodation, which is based in OeAD’s highly energy efficient...