The Master's course in Global Studies at the University of Leipzig


The Master's course "Global Studies - A European Perspective" is offered by a transnational Consortium of eleven universities worldwide.

It is co-ordinated by the Global and European Studies Institute of the University of Leipzig. Students studying the two-years Master's course may choose to study for one of the two years in Leipzig.

On the following pages all Leipzig based students as well as applicants interested to pursue one year in Leipzig can find detailed information about the study programme in Leipzig.

If you are seeking to get information about the entire Master's course and/or the other partner universities offering the programme please visit the following website: www.globalstudies-masters.info

 

News

4. Day of Teaching at Leipzig University on November 7, 2018

The Leipzig University organizes for the 4. time a Day of Teaching, where lecturers, students and staff have a joint exchange on subject-specific and interdisziplinary questions of teaching and learning.[more]


Call for Application: Scenario workshop "Belarus 2030" in Minsk (October 13-15)

In the framework of the "Young Leaders Forum" project, the Friedrich Ebert foundation together with the faculty for International Relations of the Belarusian State University are looking for motivated and engaged young people from Germany who would like to take part in the scenario workshop "Belarus 2030". [more]


Invitation to the annual Oskar Halecki lecture of the GWZO in Leipzig on September 3rd

The annual Oskar Halecki lecture of the GWZO persues the goal of inviting top scientists from Germany's eastern neighboring countries to discuss controversial topics. This year's topic will be "Time stories of the Prague Spring. About the return of the past during the creation of the future."[more]


Invitation to workshop "15. bayreuther dialoge: I think, but who am I?" on October 27th and 28th, 2018

A student team of the Bayreuth university (faculty of Philosophy and Economics) organizes the "bayreuther dialoge" for the 15th time. Their motto this year is "I think, but who am I?"[more]