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University Pathway Programme

GISMA Business School
Campus Full time 40 weeks Open Enrollment Germany Hannover

This intensive programme is designed to prepare you for independent academic study at a German-speaking university, at both undergraduate and postgraduate level. [+]

Course Studies in Germany 2017. University Pathway Programme This intensive programme is designed to prepare you for independent academic study at a German-speaking university, at both undergraduate and postgraduate level. In addition, it will prepare you for TestDAF and includes a University Placement Service, boosting your chances of successful application at your chosen institution or helping you choose the best university for your subject. Free level exam retakes: one free retake for each level. Course Requirements • At least secondary school (graduates) or bachelor (postgraduates) Duration: The University Pathway Programme at GISMA is a 40 week course (32 weeks of language classes + 4 weeks of TestDaf preparation + 4 weeks of free exam preparation) [-]

German Language plus Skiing

Humboldt-Institut e.V.
Campus Full time 3 months December 2017 Germany Isny im Allgäu

A ski or snowboard course can be booked for 1 to 4 weeks. Ski or snowboard instruction is then scheduled from Monday to Friday after German classes. Teenagers who participate in a ski or snowboard course will only have 25 German lessons during this week(s). On Saturdays the students even spend a full day on the ski-runs in the Alps. The fee for the ski or snowboard course includes the rental of ski / snowboard equipment as well as the lift tickets. [+]

German Language plus Skiing Skiing is a way of life in the Allgaeu, that is why we have established in our course center in Lindenberg a room in the basement where we store ski and snowboard equipment. Depending on the amount of snowfall between December and March, our students are welcome to participate in ski and snowboard excursions and lessons after classes. A ski or snowboard course can be booked for 1 to 4 weeks. Ski or snowboard instruction is then scheduled from Monday to Friday after German classes. Teenagers who participate in a ski or snowboard course will only have 25 German lessons during this week(s). On Saturdays the students even spend a full day on the ski-runs in the Alps. The fee for the ski or snowboard course includes the rental of ski / snowboard equipment as well as the lift tickets. [-]

German for Juniors and Teenagers in Bad Schussenried

Humboldt-Institut e.V.
Campus Full time 2 - 52 weeks October 2017 Germany Berlin

“Juniors” is the term for our youngest students, starting at age 7 and, in some schools, ranging up to the age of 14, even though we make sure that in no school there is more than a 4 year difference between the youngest and the oldest student. “Teenagers” is the term for our younger students, starting at age 14 ranging up to the age of 18, even though we make sure that in no school there is more than a 4 year difference between the youngest and the oldest student. Our school is housed in a modern building complex on the edge of a magnificant park. The city center of Bad Schussenried lies within walking distance of approx. 5 minutes. The course center is a residential school, i.e. the classrooms are located within the same building complex as the student dormitories. [+]

Course Studies in Germany 2017. German for Juniors and Teenagers in Bad Schussenried Junior intensive courses year-round between Lake Constance and the Danube and Iller rivers “Juniors” is the term for our youngest students, starting at age 7 and, in some schools, ranging up to the age of 14, even though we make sure that in no school there is more than a 4 year difference between the youngest and the oldest student. Idyllic health resort in the south of Germany The historic monastery town Bad Schussenried is nestled in the beautiful, idyllic hill country between Lake Constance and the Danube and Iller rivers. Known as much for its spas, therapeutic peat pulp baths and the natural beauty of its surroundings as it is for its cultural monuments, this attractive resort in the heart of the Upper Swabian region is an ideal starting point for a wide variety of excursions. Residential school on the edge of a magnificent park Our school is housed in a modern building complex on the edge of a magnificant park. The city center of Bad Schussenried lies within walking distance of approx. 5 minutes. The course center is a residential school, i.e. the classrooms are located within the same building complex as the student dormitories. Modern school facilities Providing space where up to 300 students from all over the world can live and study makes Bad Schussenried Germany's largest boarding school for studying German as a foreign language. The school's rooms meet the highest standards,... [-]

German for Teenagers in Lindenberg

Humboldt-Institut e.V.
Campus Full time 2 - 52 weeks October 2017 Germany Berlin

“Teenagers” is the term for our younger students, starting at age 14 ranging up to the age of 18, even though we make sure that in no school there is more than a 4 year difference between the youngest and the oldest student. Our school is located on the edge of Lindenberg on a little hill with gorgeous views of the mountains and the town, which is within easy walking distance (less than 10 minutes). The course center is a residential school, i.e., the classrooms are within the same building complex as the student dormitories. It lies amidst a beautiful park and next to a small forest, both of which belong to the school premises of the Humboldt-Institut. [+]

German for Teenagers in Lindenberg Intensive German courses year-round in the picturesque foothills of the Alps Residential school on the edge of Lindenberg Our school is located on the edge of Lindenberg on a little hill with gorgeous views of the mountains and the town, which is within easy walking distance (less than 10 minutes). The course center is a residential school, i.e., the classrooms are within the same building complex as the student dormitories. It lies amidst a beautiful park and next to a small forest, both of which belong to the school premises of the Humboldt-Institut. Modern school facilities Many classrooms have very large south-facing windows with breathtaking views of the Alps and all of them are equipped with modern teaching facilities. The house offers room for almost 200 students and has a fantastic infrastructure with lots of facilities for leisure activities. Courses and Fees Intensive course (teenager) From 740.00 EUR / week Minimum age: 13 Maximum age: 17 Number of lessons: 30 (45 min. each) per week School days : Monday to Friday Levels: A1 (elementary 1) to C2 (advanced 2) Start date(s): 16 Jan 2017, 6 Feb 2017, 27 Feb 2017, 13 Mar 2017, 27 Mar 2017, more Intensive course for beginners without previous knowledge From 740.00 EUR / week Minimum age: 13 Maximum age: 17 Number of lessons: 30 (45 min. each) per week School days : Monday to Friday Levels: A1 (elementary 1) to C2 (advanced 2) Start date(s): 6 Feb 2017, 13 Mar... [-]

Intensive German Courses in Berlin

Humboldt-Institut e.V.
Campus Full time Part time 1 - 52 weeks October 2017 Germany Berlin + 1 more

Our first year-round course center in the North of Germany offers a multitude of cultural experiences and encounters in the most international and history-laden city in Germany. Berlin is Germany's cultural, political and economical hub. [+]

Course Studies in Germany 2017. German Courses in Berlin Our year-round course center in the capital of Germany A city of superlatives Not only is Berlin Germany’s largest city with over 3 million residents, it is also its liveliest. With its numerous universities, colleges, and research institutes, Berlin is the country’s most important economic, cultural, and educational center. Each year, key film festivals, concerts, and theater premiers are held in the city, which is also home to such world-famous landmarks as the Brandenburg Gate, the Reichstag and the illustrious shopping district along the Kurfuerstendamm. Berlin's restored splendor Since the reunification of Germany, the new and old capital of Germany has been restored to outshine even its former splendor - no small achievement considering that until the outbreak of World War II the city's splendor was world famous and unsurpassed in Europe. A perfect place to learn the German language Berlin is probably the most cosmopolitan and international of all German cities, and it is certainly a perfect place for our young course participants from all over the world to not only learn the language here, but also find out more about German history, politics and culture, while at the same time enjoying all the many great opportunities this amazing city has to offer: music events, movie theaters, museums, sightseeing, shopping, sports, bars, beer gardens and discos. Our latest year-round course center Our first year-round course center in the North of Germany offers a multitude of cultural experiences and encounters in... [-]

Part-Time German Courses in Berlin

Humboldt-Institut e.V.
Campus Part time 6 - 52 weeks October 2017 Germany Berlin

You live in Berlin and want to learn or improve your German, but lack the time for an intensive course? Then our part-time courses in small classes with approximately 10 students are ideal for you! [+]

Part-Time German Courses in Berlin You live in Berlin and want to learn or improve your German, but lack the time for an intensive course? Then our part-time courses in small classes with approximately 10 students are ideal for you! They comprise between four and 10 lessons of 45 minutes per week and take place in the mornings, evenings or on Saturdays. Part-time courses can be booked for a duration of six weeks or longer. [-]

Mergers & Acquisitions

Executive M.B.L.HSG, University of St. Gallen
Campus Full time 5 - 6  September 2017 Germany Frankfurt am Main

Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A) form the most important capital market transactions. M&A require strong collaborations between experts working in management and strategy, and the experts mastering the legal aspects of the changes. [+]

Course Studies in Germany 2017.

Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A) form the most important capital market transactions. M&A require strong collaborations between experts working in management and strategy, and the experts mastering the legal aspects of the changes. Thus, M&A pose the highest requirements in the area of strategic and financial management as well as in human resources (during postmerger integration). M&A will often be supported and accompanied by specialized teams. Many of these are based in Frankfurt a.M. – the location of the M&A Week of the Executive M.B.L-HSG. Experts will offer their insight from several perspectives, amended by discussion of best practices and case studies.... [-]


Preparatory Course German Language

Braun Foundation - German Pathway Colleges
Campus Full time October 2017 Germany Freiburg

German courses (from A1 to C1) are offered in 14 German cities, for example in Berlin, Munich, Freiburg, Bonn, Bremen, Düsseldorf, Dresden, Frankfurt, Göttingen, Hamburg, Heidelberg, Mannheim, Schwäbisch-Hall, Karlsruhe. [+]

The GPC (Studienkollegs) German Language Centers Students with no German language (A-0) or only little German (up to B-1) to start with can learn German at one of our language centers throughout Germany. Courses vary from 4 weeks to 52 weeks and longer, depending on the German entry level. The Braun Foundation will help funding all course materials and any enrollment fees with a welcome scholarship of up to € 200. German courses are offered in 14 German cities, for example in Berlin, Munich, Freiburg, Bonn, Bremen, Düsseldorf, Dresden, Frankfurt, Göttingen, Hamburg, Heidelberg, Mannheim, Schwäbisch-Hall, Karlsruhe. Duration: 4 week-long courses are available as well as up to 52 week-long ones Fees: from 1.540 € (depending on study site, German language skills, study materials, examination fees, etc.) German language courses: from A0 to B2.1. Priority courses: Basics Intercultural competence, Orientation Working at German Pathway Colleges/Studienkollegs Student Services Certificates: Accredited German language certificates German Language Courses (GLC) Duration GLC A1 1 - 2 months GLC A2 2 - 3 months GLC B1 3 - 4 months GLC B2 4 - 5 months Students from all over the world make new, intercultural friendships and beautiful, life-long lasting experiences in an open-minded, cultural friendly study environment. Our student advisors and student services experts, fellow students or GPC admissions support, guide and assist you 24/7 - the GPC family offers a comprehensive, All-Around, one-stop Service! Care Services: “Location = Learning” The philosophy of our teaching makes the location, the environment, the city a place of... [-]

Preparatory Course - Combination of German language and subject-specific

Braun Foundation - German Pathway Colleges
Campus Full time 1 semester October 2017 Germany Freiburg

German lessons are integrated into the priority courses with an additional 12 weeks of study. The starting level is B2 on the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEF). The target level after 2 semesters is C1, which is the prerequisite to apply to study at a German technical college or university. [+]

Course Studies in Germany 2017. Study sites and Study programs Freiburg and Berlin a) GPC Academic Program and Preparatory Courses (language and subject-specific) b) GPC German Language Centers: Students with no German language (A-0) or only little German (up to B-1) to start with can learn German at one of our language centers throughout Germany in 14 major German cities. Courses vary from 4 weeks to 52 weeks and longer, depending on the German entry level. The Braun Foundation will help funding all course materials and any enrollment fees with a welcome scholarship of up to € 200. German courses are offered in 14 German cities, for example in Berlin, Munich, Freiburg, Bonn, Bremen, Düsseldorf, Dresden, Frankfurt, Göttingen, Hamburg, Heidelberg, Mannheim, Schwäbisch-Hall, Karlsruhe. Please note that soon all our programs will be offered in english as well. No or very few German skills will be required for the English GPC programs as well as your whole BA or MA study program at a German university later on! Please send us a a brief message, if you like us to notify you as soon as our English programs will be available! A. German Lessons German lessons are integrated into the priority courses with an additional 12 weeks of study. The starting level is B2 on the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEF). The target level after 2 semesters is C1, which is the prerequisite to apply to study at a German technical college or university. For applicants below level... [-]

Full German Pathway Academic Focus Course Program

Braun Foundation - German Pathway Colleges
Campus Full time 2 semesters October 2017 Germany Freiburg

The study program of the German Pathway Colleges (Studienkollegs), which provide students with a foundation year to prepare for study at a German university, combines the intensive learning of the German language up to advanced level C1, with academic professional training in so-called “priority courses”, intercultural training, and training in scientific work at German Institutions of Higher Education (IHE). [+]

The aim of the Pathway Colleges of the Braun Foundation (Studienkollegs) is to successfully prepare students for study at a German university (the acquisition of the Hochschulzugangsberechtigung HZB, or the University Entrance Qualification). The goal of the preparation studies during the foundation year at the GPC (Studienkollegs) is to pass the Feststellungsprüfung FSP, an assessment test that is normally taken after 2 semesters (1 study year). All participants who successfully pass the TestDaF or DSH and the Feststellungsprüfung receive the Hochschulzugangsberechtigung (University Entrance Qualification). This study permission for German universities entitles to apply and enroll to any German university which fits the participant’s qualification and skills. Please note that soon all our programs will be offered in english as well. No or very few German skills will be required for the English GPC programs as well as your whole BA or MA study program at a German university later on! Please send us a a brief message, if you like us to notify you as soon as our English programs will be available! The preparation combines an academic part with intensive cultural and social care and accompaniment to help students integrate into the general as well as the local German environment, and in particular the environment of student study and life: The site of a college (Studienkolleg) is the most important learning facility. Students from all over the world make new, intercultural friendships and beautiful, life-long lasting experiences in an open-minded, cultural friendly study environment. No matter if you are... [-]

Reimagining Berlin as a Smart City

TU Berlin Summer & Winter University
Campus Full time July 2017 Germany Berlin

Students with an interdisciplinary interest in urban planning, innovation and knowledge management, digital media & communications technologies, civic tech / engineering, sustainability studies, politics & governance, history. [+]

Course Studies in Germany 2017. Summer University block 3: July 24th - August 17th, 2017 Course price: 1.850 Euros 18 hours of class sessions per week, 5 ECTS credit points Topic Berlin is growing. By the year 2030, there will be 250,000 more people living in the city than there are today. This will bring with it an increase in the demand for housing as well as in requirements for mobility, the adaptation of infrastructures and the availability of resources such as water, energy, data and building land. Like many major urban centres around the world, this means that Berlin is also facing a wide variety of challenges for the future: the growing city, the aging city or the city in the midst of structural change all require inter-disciplinary and inter-departmental approaches if solutions are to be found. The Smart City approach aims to find solutions to the ecological, social, economic and cultural challenges faced by Berlin through the use of intelligent technology. Berlin wishes to preserve – and as far as possible enhance – its appeal and its quality of life. (Excerpt from the „Smart City Strategy Berlin”, 2015) Target group Students with an interdisciplinary interest in urban planning, innovation and knowledge management, digital media & communications technologies, civic tech / engineering, sustainability studies, politics & governance, history. Learning Goal/Output Gain an insight into the complex and often conflicting landscape of actors in Berlin working in the cross-cutting field of smart city Learn about the chronology of Berlin’s official... [-]

ICT for Electromobility

TU Berlin Summer & Winter University
Campus Full time June 2017 Germany Berlin

Information and Communication Technologies for electromobility with focus on Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE). [+]

Summer University block 1: June 12th - July 6th, 2017 Course price: 1.850 Euros 18 hours of class sessions per week, 5 ECTS credit points Topic Information and Communication Technologies for electromobility with focus on Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE). Target group Students interested in electromobility, with affinity to computer science. Learning Goal/Output This course covers the relevant ICT topics related to electromobility. After this course, students will be provided with the basic knowledge for implementing electro-mobility services including: Relevant programming concepts related to electro-mobility Computer Communications applied to electromobility Electromobility services architecture and relevant protocols Insights from state of the art research and technologies Course Components The course will include lecture sessions supported by practical exercise sessions. Short Description This course will provide basic knowledge in the relevant ICT-topics used in electromobility, focusing on the Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) and its related services. It will cover the relevant computer science topics related to electromobility including computer communication, programming concepts, fieldbus communication, EVSE technologies, and state of the art research topics. Prerequisites The general prerequisites of the TU Berlin Summer University are: at least one year of university experience + English level B2 or equivalent. Participants should have a general understanding of computer science. Lecturer(s) Dipl.-Ing. Nadim El Sayed has graduated with distinction in computer engineering from the Technical University of Berlin (TU-Berlin) in 2010 and received a distinction award from VDI in 2011. During his studies he was teaching computer science courses at TU-Berlin in the Faculties IV... [-]

DesignBuild Summer Studio

TU Berlin Summer & Winter University
Campus Full time July 2017 Germany Berlin

This DesignBuild Summer Studio focusses on the realisation of a small building project from the initial design to the process of building by the students themselves. This will be carried out in an academic environment, engaging in interdisciplinary collaboration between students of Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Urban Design, Civil Engineering and other related fields. [+]

Course Studies in Germany 2017. Summer University block 3: July 24th - August 17th, 2017 Course price: 1.850 Euros 18 hours of class sessions per week, 5 ECTS credit points Target group This DesignBuild Studio is aimed at students who want to gain creative and practical knowledge through making. This course is suitable for students of Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Urban Design, Engineering and other related fields who are willing to leave the boundaries of their desks, and conquer real life scenarios. Skills in building crafts are of an advantage but not essential. Learning Goal/Output The participants will develop their creative, practical and professional skills through creative experimentation and the process of making. Course Components Firstly, creative experimentation in the form of site responsive land art and/or installations will enable the students to explore the spatial qualities of the site. The participants will then develop an idea from the design stage to the built project. An examination of the context and discussions with the clients and users will form the basis for the final design. In a competitive design workshop, the best and most feasible solution(s) will be selected and developed. In collaboration with the users and under the guidance of a craftsman, the design will be built and inaugurated. The course will include the following components: Lectures / seminars Berlin excursions Creative and practical workshops On site photography, installations and/or land art 3d design / model making Design/build studio Interdisciplinary critics Equipment: - Styrofoam cutter, 3D printer, carpentry workshop Budget:... [-]

Blue Engineering - Engineers with Social and Ecological Responsibility

TU Berlin Summer & Winter University
Campus Full time June 2017 Germany Berlin

The effects of technology on individuals, society and nature and what people can do to create a responsible technology that addresses the needs of everyone while considering possible risks and harms caused by technology. [+]

Summer University block 1: June 12th - July 6th, 2017 Course price: 1.850 Euros 18 hours of class sessions per week, 5 ECTS credit points Topic The effects of technology on individuals, society and nature and what people can do to create a responsible technology that addresses the needs of everyone while considering possible risks and harms caused by technology. Target group Engineering students and students of the humanities with an interest in the workings of technology on individuals, society and nature. Learning Goal/Output The prospective engineers analyze and evaluate the present reciprocal relations of technology, individuals, nature and society by taking different perspectives. Based on this analysis and evaluation, they are able to state their personal perspective and values of the reciprocal relations and act accordingly. The prospective engineers cooperate with others to analyze and evaluate in a democratic process the present reciprocal relations of technology, individuals, nature and society. Based on their analysis and evaluation, they are able to work out a collective understanding with regard to their collective values and democratise the reciprocal relations. Course Components The course will consist of a few regular lectures and mostly of building blocks which will be conducted by the lectures and the student’s themselves and one excursion per week (e.g. waste/drinking water treatment, recycling, lignite pit and lignite power plant, industrial food production). In addition, the students will create, conduct and finally document their own building block for further use. Building blocks, i.e., self-contained study-elements, are at the core of... [-]

1950 - 2050: A century of Energy REvolution - understanding the transition of energy systems

TU Berlin Summer & Winter University
Campus Full time July 2017 Germany Berlin

Students interested in the technical and economical aspects of energy and resources. [+]

Course Studies in Germany 2017. Summer University block 3: July 24th - August 17th, 2017 Course price: 1.850 Euros 18 hours of class sessions per week, 5 ECTS credit points Target group Students interested in the technical and economical aspects of energy and resources. Learning Goal/Output Understanding energy transitions towards decarbonization on a local and global scale Understanding the political decision-making processes Quantitative methods for assessment of policy decisions Working in a transdisciplinary environment Course Components The course will include the following components: - Interactive classroom-based lectures and discussions - Group work projects and presentations - Quantitative modeling sessions in a computer lab using GAMS (General Algebraic Modeling System) - Guest lectures e.g. from academia, NGOs, think tanks and the political sector - Excursions to conventional (including coal mining), and renewable energy sites Short Description There is no dispute that an average global temperature rise of more than 2°C above pre-industrial levels would lead to severe environmental and economic costs for society. A major challenge in tackling global warming is the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions, especially in the electricity sector. The “Energiewende” in Germany proves that a decarbonization of the electricity sector, in combination with a shut-down of all nuclear capacities is (technically) manageable and economically viable. As a result, learning-effects and reduced investment costs enable a market-driven worldwide roll-out of new technologies. In 2014, 144 countries already set renewable targets. As a consequence, the number of global renewable generation installations in 2014, outnumbered the combined number of new... [-]