We just completed the first signal integrity course at the Danish Technical University (DTU) in a long, long time. Actually the last similar course was more than 5 years ago. I complained loudly about this fact in the danish engineering magazines, and eventually DTU decided to do something about it.
I got involved, and the course ran with 18 students passing the final exam. That was far above the initial expectations of only a few interested students, so I think all involved was very happy about the result.
The course is probably running again in June 2015, and is open for both university and external participants. The 3-week format includes both theory, simulations and hands-on lab work. Each group of students even get to lay out a PCB and have that manufactured, so tests can be done on their own board.
If you are on the lookout for great electronic engineers, that bunch of students are worth watching out for. They all graduate within the next 1-3 years, so keep an eye out for them.