The lecturers, who are social scientists themselves, will teach and discuss different perspectives on the multiple course topics. In such a case you can establish a connection via a gateway. JGU actively supports student exchanges. Details of key contact persons and relevant links are available in the adjacent contact box. Facebook will thus be able to clearly assign your visit to our Internet site to your user account. It is not allowed to use any other software packages on these servers.
We congratulate Christian Berac (AK Besenius, JGU) for currently being selected as new MAINZ Student Representative. He follows in line of succession Mariia Filianina (AK Kläui, JGU) who did a great job in the previous year.
In this course you are sensitized to pitfalls lurking when encountering different cultures, are enabled to actively shape your own presence in international contexts and to engage successfully in intercultural situations.
The course will take place weekly. In three block sessions taught by Ellen Rana, a professional intercultural trainer and academic from Koblenz University of Applied Sciences, you get an insight into the basic concepts and theories of intercultural communication.
You will apply this knowledge to your own intercultural experiences throughout the semester by realising a video project in intercultural teams. Thus, other sessions will consist of workshops about video production and tutorial sessions with hands-on assignments for the video teams. The course work consists of keeping a learning journal to reflect on your own intercultural experiences in Mainz, of teaming up with other German and international participants to create a short video based on these experiences and reflections, and of finally writing your own critical reflection on the finished videos.
Please register via Jogustine. If you cannot apply within any regular module of your study programme mostly those are called "Zusatzqualifikationen" or someting like that , you can always apply via "Studium Generale". Members of the Faculty Social Sciences, Media and Sports present their current research projects and provide insight into their research activities.
A great variety of topics are covered in summer term , including conspiracy beliefs and terrorist attacks, MOOCs, Burn-out, procrastination, youths and sport, human performance in outer space and under water, EU-Africa relations, European freedom of movement, unconventional political preferences, and more. The lectures are held in English to also enable an international exchange - with international students as well as visiting researchers. We explicitly allow quoting from our documents and webpages and welcome your linking up to our sites.
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Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz is not aware of any illegal or offensive content on the websites of external providers that can be accessed through our website. At the time we created links to each of these websites, we checked for possible violations of law but did not find any illegal or offensive content. JGU is one of the few campus universities in Germany: The university buildings are not dotted around the city, but are - with just a few exceptions - located on one large site with a relaxed atmosphere.
A lively academic culture is encouraged on the campus. A wide variety of collaborations and events promote dialog with interested members of the public. The university also offers a wealth of leisure activities, ranging from the choir and orchestra of the Collegium musicum and the EuropaChor Academy to the general university sports courses, which cover 70 types of sport, through to theater groups and a diverse range of student initiatives.
Mainz is located in the Rhine-Main district and is the capital of the Rhineland-Palatinate region: Its location in the Rhine-Main region means that transport links are excellent. There are two airports and an extensive public transport network: The Rhine-Main region is characterized by an extensive economic and industrial diversity and is home to a large number of international companies.
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