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Munich-Berlin Middle East Summer School

Politics, Economies, and Societies of a Changing Middle East 

The Center for Applied Policy Research (CAP), Institute of Near and Middle Eastern Studies (INMOand Middle East and International Affairs Research Group (MEIA Researchwelcome applications for the 2019 Munich - Berlin Middle East Summer School:

Course: August 5 - 24, 2019
Arrival: August 3, 2019
Departure: August 25, 2019

Content and Goal:

The Middle East is one of the most exciting as well as most critical world regions in terms of global politics, world economics and social and cultural affairs. In this respect, the 2019 Munich-Berlin Middle East Summer School aims at providing students with a broad understanding of the key political, economic, and societal developments in the contemporary Middle East and of the region’s inter-dependencies and interactions with major countries and regions around the globe. In the seminars, students will be taught by academics and practitioners with long-standing experience in the Middle East in an interactive way. The program also aims at engaging them in a dialogue with students from the region in focus.

Top Summer Schools 2017: Political Science & International Relations

LMU's Munich-Berlin Middle East Summer School (formerly known as: Munich-Vienna Middle East Summer School) is one of the “Top Summer Schools 2017: Political Science & International Relations”. Click here to find out more: here.