Joint European Studies Program between the LMU Munich and the University of Cambridge
This program gives students the opportunity to study European history, European integration and today’s European politics at both institutions, the LMU Munich and the University of Cambridge. With an interdisciplinary focus on distinct dimensions of European integration and today’s crisis phenomena, students will discuss European policy-making with established researchers and experts through a combination of lectures and side-events.
|Academic Host||University of Cambridge and LMU Munich|
|Target Group||Students at the University of Cambridge and the LMU Munich, international students as well as interested parties who are currently not enrolled at a university.|
|Aim of the Course||Participants gain a broad insight into the historical development and the economic, social, political, and philosophical dimensions of the European integration process as well as into Europe's current crisis phenomena.|
|Language of Instruction (LEVEL)||
IELTS Academic or IELTS Academic for UKVI
= Minimum overall band score of 7.0 or above (with no less than 7.0 in each of the four components)
CPE (Cambridge English: Proficiency)
= Grade C or above or 200 points overall on the Cambridge English Scale.
CAE (Cambridge English: Advanced)
= Grade A or 200 points overall on the Cambridge English Scale.
TOEFL internet-based (iBT)
= Overall score of 100 (with no individual element below 24).
|Dates||Term I: Cambridge (2 - 15 August 2020)
Term II: Munich (16 - 29 August 2020)
|Application Deadline||01 May 2020|
|Max. No. of Participants||25|
|Credits||Any credit would be awarded by the student’s home institution; we anticipate c.22 contact hours per week, and c.88 contact hours across the four weeks of the program|
|Costs||Registration fee: £400
Tuition fees: Term I: £1,025 (Cambridge); Term II: £1,025 (Munich)
Accommodation costs: £1,285 (Cambridge); 500 € (Munich)
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