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Intensive Programme

Intensive Programme (5 ECTS)

All Euroculture students from the partner universities meet with each other, academic staff and external experts during a week-long intensive course at the end of the second semester. The IP is structured according to the four fields identified in the first semester, and its aim is to deepen the knowledge and understanding obtained in that semester by joint discussion and reflection. The IP-theme changes annually on the basis of current issues. It is also a strong intercultural group experience. Students bear only the cost of travel to and from location of the IP programme.

The main characteristics of the Euroculture programme: multilingualism, interdisciplinarity, transnationalism and competency-building become especially apparent during the IP.

During this intensive week, students present and discuss their IP papers, engage in workshops, panel discussions, group projects, a Career Day and other organized activities.

The IP has three main objectives:

  • To meet and interact with other Euroculture consortium participants during a seven-day intensive course.
  • To synthezise in a problem-oriented platform the content and methodologies taught during the first and second semester course units.
  • To pave the way for the third and fourth semester filled with methodological, competence-based, and research-intensive modules.

Locations & Topics of Intensive Programmes:

  • 2019 Palacký University in Olomouc | Coorganised by Göttingen & Pune Universities | 23-30 June Inequality & Solidarity
  • 2018 Jagiellonian University in Kraków | Coorganised by University of Groningen Where is Europe?
  • 2017 Jagiellonian University in Kraków | Coorganised by University of Strasbourg Visions of Europe
  • 2016 Palacký University in Olomouc | Coorganised by University of Udine Ideals and Ambiguities of Human Rights in Europe, Past and Present
  • 2015 Palacký University in Olomouc Uses & Abuses of the Past
  • 2014 Jagiellonian University in Kraków | Coorganised by Uppsala University European Environments: How a New Climate is Changing the Old World
  • 2013 Jagiellonian University in Kraków Resistance, Resilience & Adaptation: Understanding a Changing Europe
  • 2012 Deusto University, Bilbao: Cultural Citizenship & European Identity: Envisaging Challenge
  • 2011 Göttingen: Europe: Space for Transcultural Existence?
  • 2010 Groningen: Europe Between Europeanisation & Globalisation
  • 2009 Olomouc: Unity and Variety in the Perception of European Cultures
  • 2008 Kraków: European Heritages and Collective Memories. Download IP brochure
  • 2007 Strasbourg: Difference or Discrimination? The challenges of a multicultural Europe
  • 2006 San Sebastian: Space and Power in Europe: Culture, Communication and the Politics of Identity
  • 2005 Udine: Borders in an Enlarged EU: Barriers or Bridges?
  • 2004 Gent: Images of Europe. Inside and Outside Perceptions
  • 2003 Göttingen: European Transformations; Transformations of Europe
  • 2002 Uppsala: Regionalism and Nationalism in an Integrating Europe
  • 2001 Groningen: Cultural Constructions of European Identity in the 21st Century
  • 2000 Uppsala: The Cultural Impact of Migration in Europe

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