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Introduction to Marketing

Korea University

The objective of this course is to introduce marketing as an important function of the organization. Its focus is to demonstrate marketing’s role and importance to the modern organization and the community. At the end of this course students will achieve the following objectives: 1. To become famili... read more

Seduction and Terror: Hitler’s Germany

Freie Universität Berlin

The ‘thousand year Reich’ that Hitler promised when he became Chancellor of Germany in January 1933 lasted but 12 years. During this time, however, Hitler and his Nazi Party came to dominate European and even world affairs, terrorizing vast numbers of Germans, launching a devastating war, and orches... read more

European Studies

Freie Universität Berlin

The course will introduce the basics of the European Union and describe and explain the processes of widening and deepening of this unique political entity. This will cover an overview of European Union history, its evolution in economic and political terms as well as of its institutional structure... read more

Law, Society and Politics in Comparative Perspective

Freie Universität Berlin

This course explores theoretical and historical perspectives on the intersection of law, society and politics, and aims to foster discussion of contemporary issues among students from different cultures and disciplines. After an introduction to comparative law and legal culture, we read some classic... read more

More than just a Game - Football as a Philosophical, Anthropological, and Sociological Subject

Freie Universität Berlin

There are many reasons for the global success of football. The game fulfils our longing for triumph and endorses our knowledge of failure. It produces heroes and losers, demonstrates that we have to fight to reach our aims, but also shows the importance of cooperating and interacting. Thus football... read more

Berlin and the Digital Music Era

Freie Universität Berlin

In many ways, Berlin is a center for contemporary electronic music. This is primarily due to the strong connection between technological and aesthetic developments. Nightclubs, such as the Berghain, have a worldwide reputation for their sound systems, which allow a specific acoustic experience and e... read more

German Language Courses on all Levels

Freie Universität Berlin

Our German courses are taught by highly qualified DaF instructors (DaF = German as a foreign language) and have a maximum of 15 students. The courses focus on improving students’ writing and speaking skills. Several class excursions actively integrate the city of Berlin into the course. These excurs... read more

Programming in Java

Technical University of Berlin

In this course you learn first the basic knowledge of computer programming and then how to write computer programs using the programming language Java. You will be working at the computer. There will be some assignments which will give you more understanding of the programming concepts. Target grou... read more

The Berlin Wall and Cold War Era

Humboldt University of Berlin

For almost 30 years, the Berlin Wall was a symbol of the division of the city of Berlin, of Germany and of Europe during the era of the Cold War between the two superpowers, the United States of America and the Soviet Union. Consequently, the fall of the Wall in 1989 was a hugely symbolic turning po... read more

Early Netherlandish art: the Van Eycks and their contemporaries

University of Cambridge

In 2020 the restoration of the Ghent Altarpiece by the Van Eyck brothers will be completed. The altarpiece is one of the highlights from a period that offers a wealth of colourful and astoundingly 'realistic' paintings, both religious and secular. This course will also discuss Netherlandish art in o... read more

Academic Writing in English

Tallinn University

This course is ideal for anyone looking to improve their writing skills in English and is the perfect preparation for written component of IELTS, Cambridge English and TOEFL exams, as well as for those who are just looking to practice and improve their general written English. Each lesson will focu... read more

Curating Europe

University of Groningen

What does it mean to study or work in the arts and cultural management field in contemporary Europe? By listening to practitioners in the field and by following workshops we will dive deeper into this subject during this winter school. But we are also interested in your opinions on this subject. We... read more

Plasma Physics and Controlled Fusion — Winter School

Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University

The course is suitable as the first plasma physics course or an add-on course for senior undergraduate students and graduate students. The primary objective of the course is to present the fundamentals of plasma physics particularly highlighting high-temperature plasma physics and its applications... read more

Intercultural Competence

University of Groningen

Do you want to help others develop their intercultural competence? “How can we develop in ourselves and others the necessary mastery and concomitant humility required to be effective across cultures?” In our rapidly globalizing world, with increasing demands on our ability to collaborate with other... read more

univie: winter school for Cultural Historical Studies

University of Vienna

The winter school courses provide a well-structured introduction into one of the most fascinating periods of Austria's intellectual history in a short time. The culture of the fin-de-siècle is one of the highlights in the history of the Habsburg Monarchy. The two week program combines first class a... read more

A Sustainable Future for the Arctic

University of Groningen

Global warming is most prominent in the Arctic with visible changes in ice and snow and enormous challenges for ecosystems and people to adapt to the new situation. Loss of the Arctic as we know it, coincides with new development in this area on conservation, cooperation, governance and security. Ne... read more

Managing Yourself and Leading Others

Harvard University

Think of the leaders you most admire. They seem to easily juggle competing demands, confidently motivate their teams to achieve optimum results, effectively navigate across the organization, and never lose their composure. These executives make the job look simple—but it’s not. Designed to help man... read more

Contemporary Approaches to Genetic Resources Conservation and Use

Wageningen University and Research

Large-scale production and marketing of agricultural crops depend on a limited number of genetically uniform varieties that deliver uniform food products. With this approach becoming global, genetic diversity is endangered. Worldwide, strategies are developed to conserve genetic resources. This cour... read more

Berlin Summer University of the Arts 2020

Berlin Summer University of the Arts

Welcome to the Berlin Summer University of the Arts (BSUA)! Every summer since 2012, we’ve been opening our doors for workshops across the range of disciplines: Fine Arts, Performing Arts, Design, Music, Creative Entrepreneurship, Arts Management, and interdisciplinary courses. All that in the hear... read more

Juri Lotman and the Semiotics of Culture: Contemporary Applications

University of Tartu

The aim of the course is to give an introduction to Lotman’s semiotic theory of culture, its theoretical background and context as well as new developments and applications of his theory in current semiotics and cultural sciences. More specific aim is to offer deeper understanding of cultural mechan... read more

Coexistence in the Middle East

Hebrew University of Jerusalem

“Coexistence in the Middle East” is an academic field program aimed at students and alumni from all majors who wish to experience the challenge of human diversity in Israel, where civilizations, religions and cultures converge. This initiative seeks to promote coexistence by providing future leader... read more

Business Management

Centria University of Applied Sciences

Welcome to Kokkola! Centria University of Applied Sciences is a multidisciplinary, dynamic and international higher education institution. We pride ourselves with offering students and staff an environment that is innovative, caring and multicultural. Centria offers student centred teaching with ple... read more

Introduction to International Economic Law

Humboldt University of Berlin

Multinational companies like Google or Apple self-evidently act on a global stage. But even small businesses participate in international trade today. The integration of national economies and the elimination of barriers of trade no longer allow a solely national view on this development. With the g... read more

Pathways Towards Sustainable Futures

University of Groningen

This two-country summer/winter school targets students interested in learning about the unique urban, environmental and transportation policies that have been implemented in The Netherlands in the past and policies that will need to be implemented in the future. These policies include challenges and... read more

Stories to Live By: Narrative and Identity

University of Groningen

Organised in the beautiful city of Groningen (Netherlands), this interdisciplinary, week-long course is meant for students and professionals in the arts, literature, theology, philosophy, business, journalism, psychology, coaching, politics, and any other field in which narrative and storytelling pl... read more

Japanese Language Program

Meiji University

Following up on it summer 2019 program, the Meiji University Japanese Language Education Center will offer a short-term Japanese Language Program in winter 2020. The program cultivates study of Japanese language, culture and society from various aspects. Highly motivated participants can expect Meij... read more