Social Network Analysis Summer School, University of Greenwich 15 – 20 June 2015

The Centre for Business Network Analysis at the University of Greenwich, London, is hosting the third edition of a Summer School entirely dedicated to research design, data collection, and statistical methods for Social Network Analysis (SNA) of individuals and organisations.

The growing availability of network data – and the concurrent development of specialised methodologies to analyse and interpret them – offers unprecedented opportunities for academic research in all fields of social sciences. Furthermore, the study of offline and online social networks increasingly informs business and policy decision-making.

The Centre for Business Network Summer School offers one introductory course and two advanced courses covering different aspects of SNA. Each course consists of 4 hours of teaching per day over 5 days from 15 to 20 June 2015 in our Hamilton House conference centre. Each course awards 30 ETCS.

Courses available

Doing Research with SNA: Tools, Theories, and Applications (introductory)

Longitudinal Models for Social Network Analysis (advanced)

Multivariate Statistics with Network Data (advanced)

The Summer School is also complemented by a social programme. Participants are invited to exchange their views and explore more of Greenwich and London in an informal atmosphere.

When: Monday 15 June 2015 – Saturday 20 June 2015

Where: University of Greenwich, Hamilton House, 15 Park Vista, Greenwich, London SE10 9LZ

Fees: Early bird £550 (book before 6th March 2015)

           Standard £700

To register your place and for further details please visit the Summer School website.

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