Munich International Summer University 2015
European Studies and Middle Eastern affairs
21.08.2015 · C·A·P
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The European Studies courses have become a well established part of LMU’s Munich International Summer University: for the 8th time, the Center for Applied Policy Research and the Munich International University Club conducted programs for LMU's Chinese partner universities. In 2008, the first summer school about the EU was launched in cooperation with the Peking University. Ever since, the numbers of participants have grown, eventually including students from other partner universities such as Zehjiang University, Tongji University, Tsinghua University, Renmin University, Fudan University and Shanghai Jiao Tong University. Moreover, C·A·P also implemented the open European Studies Program in cooperation with the Geschwister-Scholl-Institute and Webster University Vienna that has been running since 2005.
For the 2nd time also the Munich-Vienna Middle East Summer School took place. Lectures and seminars were jointly conceived by the Center for Applied Policy Research and the Middle East and International Affairs Research Group, MEIA Research e.V.
Altogether, 96 students participated in the various MISU-programs that took place during August.
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