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Hamburg vs. Paris live online 20 December 2023

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Emphasis in class is on grammatical structures and expanding vocabulary, and includes a general introduction to German academic writing. Normally offered in the spring semester. The Academy and the Environment The objective of this course is to improve written and oral skills, building on work done during the orientation program or in the fall semester. Students learn to employ complex grammatical structures and expand their vocabulary while investigating current social and cultural issues. Emphasis is on academic challenges, such as composing a German term paper, and environmental challenges as discussed in German media. This is an advanced German language cousre normally offered in fall and spring semesters. Practicum Course The course guides students through the different stages of their practicum project and helps them design their own project path. All year-long students (including guest students) are encouraged to apply to this merit-based scholarship. Two scholarships for €4, 250 each will be awarded each year. Information on how to apply is included in the Smith in Hamburg program application. Note: This scholarship is for year-long Track A students only. Student Residences Track A: University Studies Program Program participants live with German and international students in coeducational university residence halls. Located throughout the city, the halls provide students with single rooms that remain available to them during vacation periods and until the end of the academic year. [LIVESTREAM-TV] Barcelona gegen Alba Berlin live im 13 hours ago — Watch EuroLeague Basketball - ALBA Berlin vs FC Barcelona Live online and enjoy Paris live bei MagentaSport ab 20. 20 Uhr. "Der Link zum ... The rooms are modern and the common kitchens are well equipped. Students must live in university housing; independently arranged housing is not permitted. Track B: Practicum Program Program participants live in single rooms in coeducational hostels or university residence halls located throughout the city and share common kitchens. Students must live in program housing; independently arranged housing is not permitted. Meals Students receive a board stipend each month to cover their meal costs. Though students cite the numerous restaurants in Hamburg as an inexpensive alternative to cooking, many students enjoy preparing their meals in shared kitchen facilities in their residence halls. Centrally located student cafeterias also provide reasonably priced meal options. Telephones Upon arrival to the program students will receive approximately 50 Euros to use to purchase a German SIM card. Students are responsible for all associated charges. Activities & Excursions The Hamburg program incorporates a wide range of activities, from guided trips to historic and cultural locations, to group events like Tea Hours and the annual Thanksgiving Dinner with program staff and faculty. Track A students also join activities at the University, including music, theater and sports. Additionally, all students are encouraged to explore the restaurants, clubs and cafés in Hamburg, a modern European city. Mandatory for Track B students only. Taught in English. Please note: The courses listed here are examples of courses that have been offered in previous years, and may not necessarily be offered at the time of registration. Please check your specific college program for current course offerings. Universität Hamburg Courses taught in German. Typical courses include: Art History A Look at the "Other": Iconographies of Savages, Blacks, Jews and "Others" in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Times Art Exhibitions in the Two Germanys After 1945 European Futurism and Russian Avant-Garde Biology Chemistry of Renewable Raw Materials Ecophysiology of Marine Organisms Introduction to Plant Physiology Introduction to Molecular Cell Biology Comparative Literature Feminist Literary Theory German and English Humor Computer Science Computer Graphics Distributed Systems Economics Economic Problems of German Reunification International Finance Macroeconomic Theory Microeconomic Theory Education Curriculum Planning and Educational Goals: United States and Germany in Comparison Fairy Tales, Myths and Their Pedagogical Role Learning Processes in Intercultural Relations Film Studies Conflicts in Fictional Films of the GDR and the FRG West German Movies After 1945 Geology Basics of Tectonics German Language and Literature Concepts of Love and Death in the 18th century Goethe's Novels: Werther/Wahlverwandschaften National Stereotypes and Their Function in the World of Heinrich Heine and Nietzsche Nature Writing: Traditions of "Nature Journals" (18th Centry - Present) Queerness in Children's Literature Theater in Hamburg between 1933 and 1945 Government Comparative Presidential and Parliamentary Systems: FRG, USA, Britain, Canada Democracy and Its Enemies Minority Politics in Europe The CIA, the cold War and Right-Wing Extremism History Germany 1945 to Present Germany and the United States from the 18th Century to the 20th Century History of the Third Reich Jews as a Minority in Germany Writing Colonial History Linguistics Code Switching of Bilinguals Phonetics and Phonology of Modern German Theories of Second-Language Acquisition: Aspects of Foreign Language Learning Mathematics Differential Equations History of Mathematics: Classical Problems Introduction to Discrete and Algorithmic Geometry Music From Avantgarde to Noise - Theories of Experimental Music Romantic Works – The String Quartets of Bela Bartók String Quartets of the Viennese Classical Period Psychology Introduction to Cognitive Psychology Self-Regulation in Adolescence The Development of Children and Adolescents The Psychology of Learning Disorders Religion Introduction to Buddhism Houses of Religion in European Cities Sociology Introduction to the Sociology and Culture of the Deaf Community Medical Sociology Multicultural Society in Germany Women's Studies Gender, Status, and Class-History of Women in Germany in the 19th Century History of the Persecution of Witches Politics of Women in the Federal Republic of Germany Program Dates Fall/Winter 2023 Arrival in Hamburg Tuesday, September 12 Orientation Wednesday, September 13 - Friday, October 13 Fall Semester Wintersemester courses begin: Monday, October 16 Wintersemester courses end: Saturday, February 3, 2024 Wintersemester work due: Friday, February 16, 2024 Winter Break (Weihnachtsferien) Sunday, December 24, 2023 – Sunday, January 7, 2024 Spring Break (for full-year students) Friday, February 16, 2024 – Monday, April 1, 2024 Spring 2024 Arrival in Hamburg (semester students only) Monday, March 4 Orientation (semester students only) Tuesday, March 5 - Thursday, March 28 Spring Semester Sommersemester courses begin: Tuesday, April 2 Pfingstferien (Pentecost Holiday Vacation): Sunday, May 19 – Sunday, May 26 Sommersemester courses end: Saturday, July 13 Sommersemester work due: Friday, July 26 Program ends: Wednesday, July 31 Arrival in Hamburg Wednesday, September 20 Thursday, September 21 - Sunday, September 24 Fall Semester Practicum projects and classes begin: Monday, September 25 Practicum projects and classes end: Friday, December 15 Depart Germany: Saturday, December 16 Life in Hamburg German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) and University of Hamburg Scholarship The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) together with the University of Hamburg are collaborating to offer scholarships to students who are studying abroad in Hamburg during the academic year. Paris Basketball vs Hamburg Towers scores & predictions Paris Basketball - Hamburg Towers game starts on Dec 20, 2023 at 7:30:00 PM UTC. Follow the game on Sofascore with live scores and statistics. Topics covered in classes include the German university system, the press and politics. They are supplemented by daily instruction in the German language. The group takes several excursions to north German towns and typically spends a four-day stay in Berlin. Scheduled events include tours of the city, visits to museums and monuments and several evenings at concerts, the opera or the theater. The orientation (which is tied to the practicum project) will start online prior to students’ arrival in Germany. After students arrive in Hamburg, the orientation program will continue with a brief introduction to aspects of daily life in Germany, like public transportation, health care, etc. Passenger LAST NIGHTS LIVE STREAM NOW AVAILABLE IN FULL ON YOUTUBE - LINK BELOW Last night was genuinely one of the best nights of my life . And I'm not saying that ... Emphasis in class is on building practical vocabulary and mastering grammatical structures. Normally offered in the fall semester. Language on Location II: Culture, Society, Environment This course builds on the written and oral skills covered in Language and Location I or the spring orientation program by exploring current cultural and social issues in Germany, particularly contemporary approaches to environmental issues. 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