This program is designed for a select group of students who are interested in the European Union's (EU) position in and approach to globalization. Weekly modules, taught in English, allow you to explore the challenges faced by EU businesses, including the EU's role in international trade, dealing with environmental problems, and the implications of globalization on the European workforce. You'll attend classes with international students from around the world, encouraging lively classroom debates and discussions.
All Language Levels; 2.7 GPA; Completed 2 years of college
Many of Berlin's theaters, cinemas, museums, and galleries, including the five museums on the Berlin Museumsinsel (Museum Island), are a short walk from the Humboldt Universität zu Berlin campus. Explore Berlin by bike with your CEA classmates and check out the flea markets and Berlin Beer Festival. Walk through Berlin's history as you tour the Holocaust Museum, the Sachsenhausen concentration camp, and the Heritage Site of Potsdam, where Truman, Churchill, and Stalin met at the close of World War II.
Berlin has borne witness to some of the 20th century's most significant political and historical events, from the rise of Nazism and the Berlin Wall, to the Cold War and the eventual reunification of East and West Germany in 1990. Today, the city acts as an influential center in European politics, culture, and science. It also serves as an important hub of continental transportation and is home to a wide range of life-science corporations and research institutes.