The Leo Baeck Summer University in Jewish Studies in Berlin
The Leo Baeck Summer University is a six-week, accredited summer school in Jewish Studies for advanced undergraduates and beginning graduate students. Limited grant support is available to students on a competitive basis. Please click here for the brochure, LBSU.pdf, and here for the LBSU website, www.lbsu.de.
The Freie Universität Berlin International Summer University - FUBiS
The Freie Universität Berlin International Summer University (FUBiS) is an intensive summer program that seeks to bring together students from all over the world to promote international education and cross-cultural understanding.
The FUBiS-program is designed to deepen the understanding of Germany and its role within the broader context of Europe and the world.
Please visit the new webpage to find the course schedules for the winter and summer sessions as well as information regarding the program, credits, fees and scholarships: http://www.fubis.org
Intensive European Studies Program in Berlin, Munich and Prague
The Freie Universität Berlin International Summer University (FUBis) and the Ludwig Maximillian Universität are hosting an Intensive European Studies Program in Berlin, Munich and Prague. The course is taught in English and can be combined with a German language course. The courses are all credit-based and students will have the option of living with a host-family or in a single-occupancy fully-furnished studio apartment.
For more information, please refer to the website: www.european-study.de
Canadian Year in Freiburg
Organized by the German Departments of Acadia University, Brock University, Trent University, and the University of British Columbia.
-a year of study (11 months)
in Germany with a Canadian Resident Director for Canadian University
Transatlantic Summer Academy, Bonn
For more than ten years, the Bonn University has been host to students and graduates from North America and Europe participating in the annual Transantlantic Summer Academy (TASA). Founded in 1994 by Professor Lothar Hönnighausen, then Director of the North American Studies Program at the University of Bonn, the Transatlantic Summer Academy has always been dedicated to fostering an understanding of the importance of the transatlantic relationship between North America and Europe amongst future leaders and decision makers. The academy's aim is to develop an understanding of the common heritage of the people on both continents and of the common challenges they are facing.
In the course of its four-week-long program, TASA provides an intensive interdisciplinary program of lectures, tutorials, panel discussions and briefings in the fields of politics, economics, law, history and culture. The program is developed and conducted by a wide range of experts from government, politics, economics, academia and the media. Its schedule allows for a sustained contact with those experts and for the opportunity to discuss issues of particular interest to the participants. For more information, please click here.
This program is not for credit. Non-travel costs are
covered by a scholarship.
Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst (DAAD)
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