Europäisches
Kolleg
Jena

Das 20. Jahrhundert und seine Repräsentationen

Representing the 20th Century


FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions


Kolleg

Which programs of study at the Friedrich Schiller University of Jena are involved in the Europäisches Kolleg Jena?

Modern German Literature I, Art History, Political Didactics, Historical Didactics, Modern and Contemporary History, History in the Media and Public Sphere, East European History

Who can apply as a doctoral candidate in the graduate program?

Applicants should have a degree in the humanities in one of the participating fields of study and a verifiable interest in questions of historical culture and historical or historico-political processes of communication, as well as in their aesthetic dimensions, especially in the form of museums and exhibits.


Degree program

Who organizes the continuing education program?

The Friedrich Schiller University of Jena and the Buchenwald and Mittelbau-Dora Memorials Foundation

When does the program begin?

Winter Semester 2016/17

Who long does it take to complete it?

The module-based curriculum starts in the Winter Semester and extends until the end of the Summer Semester of the following year

Who is eligible to study?

Curators or museum employees who exhibit or plan to exhibit on the topic of contemporary history

How can I apply for the program?

The application procedure is published at this homepage and in relevant Internet portals well before the start of the program