Enhance your career

We wish professionals to get new skills and grow their networks while exploring Europe. Our academic modules make it easy to access the targeted knowledge you need for a successful career. Experience the best of Europe for one to two weeks - without affecting your current job.

From a comprehensive suite of modules, focus on your in-depth topic, visit companies and significant sites, network with specialists and wrap up a qualification.

Questions & Answers

Here are the most commonly asked questions, which help you gather the information you need to study in Berlin or Salzburg.



Duration of the Module

A. Depending on the Module you choose it can take 2, 3 or 5 weeks.

How much does an Academic Module cost?

A. Our Academic Modules depend on the workload and are calculated individually.

What course types are offered?

The following types of courses are offered:
  •  Lectures (LECT): theoretical-scientific, methodological and technical knowledge are conveyed.
  • Exercises (EXER): deepens acquired knowledge and applies them in theory.
  • Seminar (S): group lessons for joint development of a theoretical, academic and/or methodological and/or practical group themes. The active participation of students, play an essential role in seminars.
  • Project (PROJ): independent realisation of scientific or practical projects.
  • Colloquium (COL): scientific or artistic-practical group discourses with scientific or methodological and artistic will be developed.

Admissions Information

A. In order to provide excellent service and the best speakers, we plan well ahead in time. Ideally you will apply for an Academic Module at least six months ahead of time - so we can make sure you arrive well prepared. To find out about our current module application openings and entry requirements, please click here. To book a module, please make an inquiry here with the module(s) of your choice and we will get in touch with you. For further questions, please contact our Academic Module Office.
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