FUBiS term III 2014

07/19/2014 - 08/16/2014

Course schedule

Printable version of the course program (pdf)

Please note:

  • An A-Track language course can only be combined with a B-Track subject course.
  • An A-Track subject course can only be combined with a B-Track subject course.
  • C- and D-Track courses can not be combined with other courses.
  • The number of participants in each course is limited to 18 (15 in language courses).
  • Course enrollment is guaranteed after complete registration and full payment of course tuition and program fees.
  • Credits can only be awarded if you are currently / have been enrolled at a university.

1. Course Overview

Track No. Subject courses (A-Track):
Monday & Thursday
Language Contact
hours
ECTS
credits
Tuition
   A 3.01 Architecture in Berlin. A Walk through History
Dr. Frank Schmitz

English

     48

     4

€ 900

3.02 Seduction and Terror: Hitler's Germany
Dr. Robert G. Waite
3.03 Law, Society and Politics in Comparative Perspective
Prof. Dr. Helen Hartnell
3.04 Islam & the West - The Pitfalls of Mapping the World
Nur Yasemin Ural
3.05 Ritual Drama - Dramatic Ritual: Anthropology, Theater and Performance Practices
Prof. Dr. Klaus Peter Köpping
3.27 The Politics and Policies of Climate Change
Dr. Sabrina Schulz
Track No. Language courses (A-Track):
Monday, Wednesday & Thursday
Language Contact
hours 
ECTS
credits
Tuition
   A 3.06 Semi-Intensive German Language Beginner A1

German

     72

     4

 € 900

3.07 Semi-Intensive German Language Beginner A2
3.08 Semi-Intensive German Language Intermediate B1
3.09 Semi-Intensive German Language Intermediate B2
3.10 Semi-Intensive German Language Advanced C1
Track Nr.   Subject courses (B-Track):
Tuesday & Friday
Language Contact
hours
ECTS
credits
Tuition
   B 3.11 The Cold War
Dr. Robert Teigrob

English

     48  

      4

€ 900

3.12 European Business Management
Dr. Larry Bridwell
3.13 The European Union in the 21st Century: Internal and External Challenges
Dr. Ulrich Brückner, Dr. Ingo Peters
3.14 From Ancient Sculpture to Action Painting: Art of the Western World
Dr. Caroline Zöhl, Dr. Frank Schmitz
3.15 Linearity: A Linear Algebra Course from Theory to Applications
Prof. Martin Scharlemann
3.16 Global Politics: How to Cope with a World in Disarray?
Prof. Dr. Klaus Segbers
3.17 Metropole Berlin in Literatur und Kultur von 1945 bis zur Gegenwart
Dr. Anja Richter
German
3.18 Urban Places and Spaces: Analyzing and Exploring Berlin
Dr. David James Prickett
English
3.19 Berlin and the Digital Music Era
Dr. Hilary Baker
3.20 Youth Cultures in German Literature
Dr. Mara Taylor
Track Nr.   Intensive Language Courses (C-Track):
Monday through Friday
Language Contact
hours
ECTS
credits
Tuition
   C 3.21 Intensive German Language Beginner A1

German

   120

    6

€ 1,350

3.22 Intensive German Language Beginner A2
3.23 Intensive German Language Intermediate B1
3.24 Intensive German Language Intermediate B2
3.25 Intensive German Language Advanced C1
Track Nr.   Intensive Subject Courses (D-Track):
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday
Language Contact
hours
ECTS
credits
Register
      D 3.28

Global Challenges - Sustainable Futures
(July 19 - August 2, 2014)
Dr. Andrzej Ancygier

This course is part of the China Europe International Summer School, a cooperation between FUBiS (Germany), Fudan University (China), Utrecht Summer School (Netherlands) and the University of Copenhagen (Denmark).

For more information, please visit the CEISS website.

 English     48     4    here
3.29

Economic Development of the EU Member States
(August 2 - August 16, 2014)
Dr. Andrzej Ancygier

This course is part of the China Europe International Summer School, a cooperation between FUBiS (Germany), Fudan University (China), Utrecht Summer School (Netherlands) and the University of Copenhagen (Denmark).

For more information, please visit the CEISS website.

 English     48     4    here
  For courses 3.28 Global Challenges and 3.29 Economic Development of the EU Member States, please register through CEISS   
3.26

Art in Germany from the Middle Ages to the 20th Century
(August 2 - August 16, 2014)
Dr. Matthias Vollmer

This course is offered in cooperation with Utrecht Summer School. Students can combine the 2-week Berlin course with one course in Utrecht (4 weeks in total) or two courses in Utrecht and Florence (6 weeks in total):

A Thousand Years of Art in Northern Europe (July 19 – August 16, 2014)

  • Nothing Is What It Seems: Dutch Art of the Golden Age (Utrecht)
  • Art in Germany from the Middle Ages to the 20th Century (Berlin)

European Highlights (July 5 – August 16, 2014)

  • Italian History of Art (Florence)
  • Nothing Is What It Seems: Dutch Art of the Golden Age (Utrecht)
  • Art in Germany from the Middle Ages to the 20th Century (Berlin)

English

    48

    4

here

For course 3.26 Art in Germany, please register through Utrecht Summer School

2. Weekly schedule

 MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFridaycontact hours per week
A-Track
subject courses

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12

A-Track
language courses

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(field trip)

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18

B-Track
courses

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12

C-Track
courses

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(field trip)

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30

D-Track
courses
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3. Class times

WeekdaysMonday, Tuesday,
Thursday and Friday
Wednesday
Teaching hours

  9:00 - 10:30 am
11:00 am - 12:30 pm
2:00 - 3:30 pm

9:00 am - 3:30 pm
(on field trip days adaptation of class times possible)

Last Update: Jul 23, 2014

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Program Dates 2014