Would you like to spend your winter break abroad exploring Germany and Europe while earning credits that you can transfer to your home institution?
Jacobs University offers a variety of courses during winter intersession in January ranging from politics to arts. Take advantage of reputable classes in a truly international setting, combining academics with adventure!
This is your opportunity to join our international community and study with Jacobs students from all over the world on our unique English-language campus in Northern Germany.
Courses January 16 - 27, 2017:
"Intercultural Competence" with Prof. Dr. Ulrich Kühnen (Jacobs University Bremen, Germany)
"Literatur" with Prof. Hendrik Birus (former Dean at Jacobs University Bremen, Germany)
"Human Trafficking" with Prof. Alexis Aronowitz (University College Utrecht, Netherlands)
"War and Culture" with Prof. Brendan Dooley (University College Cork, Ireland)
"Free Expression, Humor and Terror" with Jim Lennertz (former professor at Lafayette College, USA)
"Radical Perspective in Literature: Anarchy" with Giselda Beaudoin (Rollins College, USA) and Christian Beck, Ph.D. (University of Central Florida, USA)
"Hormones & Behavior or Introduction to behavioral neuroendocrinology" with Dr. Kelli A. Duncan (Vassar College, USA)