European Online Studies Program from the Freie Universitaet Berlin

Freie Universität Berlin European Studies Program (FU-BEST) is happy to announce that our first free digital public lecture series has just started! Every Wednesday for the duration of our Fall Semester 2020, FU-BEST will present one of 12 subject course lectures in English as well as one of three live German language sessions online.

Each month is dedicated to a specific theme (see schedule online) which will be dealt with each Wednesday by different FU-BEST instructors from the perspective of their respective discipline (or German language level in the month of December). Students will thus be able to explore various facets of overarching issues and themes relevant to European Studies in Berlin and Germany today, in line with the interdisciplinary approach of our study abroad program.

Featured disciplines include history, literature, politics, law, architecture, business, philosophy, environmental studies, and many more; German language levels in the live sessions range from Beginner to Advanced. All lectures will offer insights into the instructors’ semester-long regular courses within the FU-BEST Program, their learning objectives and guiding research questions, and the way in which they integrate Berlin as a cultural and historical location into the semester.

All sessions are approx. 45 mins. long. The subject course lectures (September through November) are recorded in advance. The interactive German language sessions (December) are presented live (students should register online until Nov. 29, 2020, to receive an access code for the live sessions).

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