Definition of summer school in English:

summer school

Syllabification: sum·mer school

noun

Courses held during school summer vacations, taken for remedial purposes, as part of an academic program, or for professional or personal purposes.
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  • Our main purpose with the graduate summer school is to provide education within bio-photonics for students and young scientists at the highest international level.
  • Seppo Knuutila's essay on ‘How to Seize Mentalities’ is based on his opening lecture at the summer school.
  • Sixty years ago, I took two very different courses at the same summer school at the University of Alberta.

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