EES students gather next week in Berlin to attend interesting courses and network with their peers.
News from Oct 07, 2016
Another week of thought-provoking and enjoyable in-house classes will start next week for the students of EES online. From October 10 – 14 over 100 students will get together, learn together and share academic and professional experience. The classes for the 11th and 12th run of the East European Studies (EES) will be conducted as usual in one of the most interesting venues at Freie Universität Berlin, the Henry Ford Building.
In addition to a wide range of modules focusing on their field of studies, students will have the chance to take part in interactive simulation games organized by Planpolitik, attend a conference on career opportunities in Asia and an expert talk on Ukraine. Further, a visit to the exhibition Milestones – Setbacks – Sidetracks. The Path to Parliamentary Democracy in Germany at Deutscher Dom will be a part of the sightseeing program for old and new CGP students.
The two weeks of intensive in-house classes per year are an essential part of CGP master programs. Students can not only benefit from meeting their instructors in person and discussing academic issues but also bond with their peers and make friends with different and interesting social, cultural, academic and professional backgrounds.