June 22, 2015 20:04
ELTE – Heidelberg Joint Summer University
Eötvös Loránd University and Heidelberg University organize the multidisciplinary joint summer university together for the fourth time this summer. The theme of this year is “Cooperation and Confrontation – Ethnicity, Regionalism and European Identity in intercultural dialogue”.

Ten students from ELTE and ten students from Heidelberg University can participate in the summer university. In the mornings, students can attend lectures and seminars held by ELTE professors and guest professors from Heidelberg University. The lectures will be related to the current theme (German-Hungarian history, art history, literature, politics and economics, ethnic and social issues). Some of the lectures are held in English, but most of them are in German.

Afternoon programs, organized around the main theme, include visits to cultural institutions and sightseeing tours. The first week of the summer university takes place in Budapest, the second week in Heidelberg.

Applicants should have fluent advanced German knowledge and at least elementary but rather intermediate English knowledge. Those students who are interested should send their filled and signed application form to katalin.ohler@rk.elte.hu via email until 12 June 2015.

For more information visit this page.

Time: 31 August – 12 September 2015

Location: ELTE, Budapest (first week) Heidelberg University (second week)

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