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SECOND TRANSATLANTIC IP SUMMER ACADEMY
Bocconi University and Magister Lucentinus are organizing in July 2009 the Second Transatlantic Intellectual Property Summer Academy. Considering the growing role and importance of Intellectual Property in European and North-American knowledge-based economies, this two-week course will focus on IP Rights management, with an inter-disciplinary approach, including IP law, IP economics, IP business and IP operational practicalities at an international level.
Participants will have the opportunity to attend sessions held by leading IP scholars and researchers coming from 10 countries in Europe and from the USA. The program also includes the overview of case studies, practical exercises and direct contact with IP operators.
5 International Summer Academy on Human Security
Special focus on the impact of transnational terrorist and criminal organisations on the peace-building process in the Western Balkan region.
Graz, 20-30 July 2010. The HUMSEC project is supported by the European Commission .under the Sixth Framework Programme "Integrating and Strengthening the European Research Area".
A It's an international academy for art students.
C The course is designed for specialists in the field of Internet technologies.
D The course gives you a general idea of what you need to become a college student.
E The course concentrates on peacemaking in Europe.
F The course studies peculiarities and problems of certain "Social groups.
G The course enables you to study European business in the heart of Europe.
H The course is designed to help teenagers whose academic performance requires improvement.
Task 2Read the text below. For (6-10) choose "T" if the statement is true according to the text, "F" if it is false. Write your answers in the boxes. An example (0) has been done for you.
What Strange Rules!
As I was passing near Calverton Hall, where my niece was at school, I thought I might give her a surprise visit. I had turned off the road, and was going slowly down the long, tree-lined drive, when I first saw the main school building. It was a large Victorian house made of dark stone, set in a large park. It struck me that there was something very sinister about the place, and I noticed that it was strangely silent. I could not even hear any voices, and there was nobody to be seen.
After parking the car in front of the main building, I went up the steps. The door was open, so I went in. There seemed to be no one around, so I thought it would be best to wait until someone came. I went over and touched a radiator to see if the central heating was on. It wasn't, which seemed odd as it was already late November and winter had set in.
A few moments later, I heard footsteps coming down one of the stairs to the main hall. Soon an elderly woman, who turned out to be the Headmistress, appeared and gave me a particularly hostile stare. When I explained to her that I had come to visit my niece, she said coldly: "It is against the rules for pupils to be visited by relatives unless a request is made in writing at least three weeks in advance. I would therefore be grateful if you would kindly leave at once."
0 The main school building was made of large stone. – F
6 The car was parked in front of the main building.
7The Headmistress was going upstairs when she saw the narrator.
8There were no children in the school.
9 The narrator had had to write a request three weeks before he arrived.
10 The narrator's nephew also studied at school in Calverton Hall.
Task 3Read the text below. For question (11-15) choose the correct answer (A, B, C or D). Write your answer in the boxes. An example (0) has been done for you.
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