Interested to travel and study in Berlin during summer term (May 4-24, 2019)?
The department of Culture and Media Studies of the University of New Brunswick invites you to participate in our Travel Study program in Berlin. Students will spend 3 weeks in one of the world’s most interesting cities, learning about Berlin’s historical legacy and its cultural, political and economic significance all while exploring exciting neighborhoods and communities, fascinating museums and world-class galleries.
Three courses are offered. Please check with your department to see if courses will count as Transfer credits.
The CCS is a Comparative Cultural Studies course with a German Studies focus.
• CCS 3025 Berlin Now, Building the Modern City
• HIST 3053 Berlin, From Empire to Republic
• ECON 2203 Introduction to Economic
Governance/ECON 3705 Canada and the New Global
For further information please see the UNB Travel Study website and PDF here!
Contact: Dr. Anette Guse, Assoc. Prof. Department of Culture and Media Studies, University of New Brunswick email@example.com
Would you like to take German online?
This online course at the University of Guelph develops German language skills and cultural awareness. Discussions include such topics as Heimat, nation, migration, and study abroad. Students will engage with and reflect on different social and cultural perspectives through interviews, videos, and texts. Online interactions, including with people in and from Germany, form an integral part of the course.
Please find further information here: https://courses.opened.uoguelph.ca/search/publicCourseSearchDetails.do?method=load&courseId=9925137
Or contact Ruediger Mueller firstname.lastname@example.org
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