Finland Music and Dance

Finland Music and Dance

CULTURE: MUSIC Due to the isolation from the great European centers, for a long time Finnish music expressed itself, as well as in religious chant (Catholic and Protestant), in a rich folkloric tradition, linked to national sagas and legends, of which the songs and ballads from the Kalevala cycle and folk lyric songs from Kanteletar, all widely used […]

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Peruvian Literature

Peruvian Literature

Peruvian literature, is one of Latin American literature in Spanish. From the beginnings to the romantic era: soon after the Spanish conquered Peru, a large number of chronicles were written. Chroniclers born in Spain such as P. Cieza de León were followed by authors of Indian or mestizo descent such as Garcilaso de la Vega, […]

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Masters Abroad 2

Masters Abroad Part 2

If you want to do a doctorate after completing your master’s degree, you should check in advance whether the master’s acquired abroad meets the entry criteria for a doctorate in Germany. For example, it has to be clarified whether the ECTS points acquired abroad are sufficient to start a doctoral program. Advantages of a master’s […]

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Masters Abroad

Masters Abroad

Whether in Germany, Great Britain, Australia or the USA – the master’s degree is known around the world as the first post-graduate degree. As a rule, it serves to deepen existing specialist knowledge or to concentrate on a sub-area and is also intended to develop the ability to work scientifically. More and more Bachelor graduates […]

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Study in Denmark

Study in Denmark

According to top-engineering-schools, the Kingdom of Denmark is surrounded by the North and Baltic Seas. It borders the Federal Republic of Germany to the north and extends over almost 43,000 square kilometers. In summer, the country’s vast coastal areas are popular holiday destinations for Danes and Germans. In addition to Jutland, as the mainland is […]

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Study in Peru

Study in Peru

  When you think of Peru, the first thing that probably comes to mind is Macchu Picchu, the legendary Inca ruined city high up in the Andes. And in fact Peru is considered the cradle of the Inca culture, whose great influence is still visible in many parts of the country today. Other early high […]

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UCLA Lewis Center for Regional Policy Studies

UCLA Reviews (11)

Organizational matters: The nice contact and the quick processing left nothing to be desired. Organizing the visa was just as straightforward. For a week I got the documents like passport, photos, financial status receipt etc. and off we went to the consulate in Frankfurt. After a shockingly unfriendly “greeting” at the entrance, the rest was […]

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UCLA Social Sciences Computing

UCLA Reviews (10)

Anyone who, like me, wants to gain a bit of international experience shortly before the end of their studies but cannot take the time for months of preparation or long application deadlines often finds it difficult to organize an attractive semester abroad. Since I had already decided to go to California, I just had to […]

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Student Committee for the Arts at UCLA

UCLA Reviews (9)

This summer I did a Summer Session (Session C) at the University of California from August 7th to September 15th. The aim of this six-week stay abroad was on the one hand to improve my knowledge of English and to attend two courses at UCLA. Registration for this summer session took place in March of […]

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Humanities Division - UCLA

UCLA Reviews (7)

The information from the university was very numerous, almost overwhelming and complicated. With many different platforms and offers (from housing to courses to student representation, etc.). But since you got all the documents (forms, processes, applications, etc.), it was easy again . I decided on “ Principles of Economics ” and “ Comparative Political Systems ” and […]

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