Open Lecture – Obama’s Middle East Policy

Open Lecture – Obama’s Middle East Policy

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Obama’s Middle East Policy – Between the Arab Uprising & Syria

A lecture by Prof. Dr. Steven Heydemann Center for Middle East Policy, Brookings Institution, Washington, D.C.

Wednesday, 22 June 2016 | 6:15 pm | Kupferbau, HS 23

 

We are happy to announce an Open Lecure by Prof. Dr. Steven Heydemann, organized by the University Group PIVO (Politik im Vorderen Orient – Politics in the Middle East).

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University of Tübingen among the world’s 100 best

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The University of Tübingen was ranked 78th in Times Higher Education’s World University Ranking!

In its annual ranking, Times Higher Education placed the University of Tübingen on rank 78. Additionally,  the University of Tübingen was awarded Top 20% in teaching and Top 10% in research.

Use the opportunity and apply now for studying at 0ne of the world’s best universites.

 

 

University of Tübingen Admissions Starting Soon!

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Web-Admission at University of Tübingen to be opened by beginning of March…

The admission period for the Fall2016 term at the University of Tübingen will start at the beginning of March 2016.

You can check if you are eligible to study the CMEPS Joint Master’s Program in our Apply sections. You will also find the requirements for application and information on the admission process there.

If you have any questions please head for our FAQ’s page.

We are looking forward to receiving your application…

 

Fall 2016 – Applications at AUC open

Fall 2016 – Applications at AUC open

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Call for Applications in the Joint MA Program in Comparative & Middle East Politics and Society (CMEPS) between the American University in Cairo (Egypt) and University of Tübingen (Germany).

The CMEPS program is happy to announce the opening of its Fall 2016 admissions cycle at AUC.

The priority deadline for consideration at AUC is 1 February 2016, while fellowship deadlines vary (see details/link below).

At the Universität Tübingen applications will open in March 2016 (Please see our Apply and FAQ sections for more information)

 

We are actively recruiting candidates from across the globe with selection based on academic merit, personal qualification and recommendations, as well as motivation for graduate study. While the language of instruction for the program is English, further training is encouraged for Arabic/German-language acquisition to accompany study.

In a nutshell, the Joint MA in CMEPS:
• Consists of up to 20 total spaces (10 each university)
• Is taught completely in English (both in Egypt and in Germany)
• Runs for a total of four full-time academic semesters (two years)
• Is jointly supervised by world-renowned faculty at each university
• Offers in-depth training in both theory and practice, as well as a full-time semester at the partner university

Expected Qualifications:

Successful applicants to the CMEPS program are expected to:
• Hold a B.A. degree (or institutional equivalent) in political science or a related social science (such as Middle East or Islamic studies, anthropology, sociology, history, public policy, law, among others)
• Provide evidence of proficiency in English, e.g. TOEFL scores (of at least 90), IELTS (with a score of at least 6.5 and with at least 6 scores in each section and 7 in the writing section); other certificates or evidence may suffice.

For how to apply for admission, fellowships, and for general inquiries, simply e-mail: cmeps@aucegypt.edu (as the procedures have changed)

Funding is available for tuition coverage at AUC. For a complete list of options, eligibility and deadlines, visit http://aucegypt.edu/admissions/fellowships

 

Tübingen University among world’s top 100

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>> Times Higher Education << ranks Tübingen No. 78 in the World University Ranking 2015

 

From a Press Release on the University of Tübingen Website

 

The University of Tübingen was placed at 78 in this year’s Times Higher Education World University Ranking, moving up from 113th place in 2014. In Germany, Tübingen rose one place to no. 6, behind LMU Munich, the University of Heidelberg, the Humboldt University in Berlin, der TU Munich and the Free University of Berlin.

Tübingen also improved in a number of key categories. In the Research category, Tübingen was accorded 59.8 points (previously 44.7); it garnered 47 points in the Teaching category, (up from 41.5). For Citations, Tübingen was given 79.3 points (prev.: 74), 59.2 points for Industry Income (prev.: 54.7) and 58.2 points for International Outlook (prev.: 53).

The University’s improved result was partly due to increased third-party funding of approximately 56 percent over the past five years (excluding Medicine). It also reflects the wise investment of Excellence Initiative funding the University has received.

The Times Higher Education World University Ranking is one of the big three in the field of assessing universities’ quality. The others are QS and the Shanghai Ranking. The THE Ranking uses 13 separate performance indicators to examine a university’s strengths against all of its core missions – teaching, research, knowledge transfer and international outlook.

THE 2015: https://www.timeshighereducation.com/world-university-rankings/2016/world-ranking#!/page/0/length/25

Tübingen University in the Ranking: https://www.timeshighereducation.com/world-university-rankings/eberhard-karls-universitat-tubingen?ranking-dataset=133819 

 

>> Who needs Oxbridge?…

>> Who needs Oxbridge?… << article by "The Guardian"

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>>Who needs Oxbridge? Meet the British students headed for Europe <<

British newspaper “The Guardian” has an article on why studying abroad (not only for UK students) seems to be the smart option. And why going to Germany might be doubly so.

 

Germany is one of the cheapest [places to survive as a student], and now has more universities ranked in the top 500 world’s best than the UK, according to the global QS university rankings

Rosie Ifould: ” Who needs Oxbridge? Meet the British students headed for Europe” on “theguardian.com”

Check out the whole article here: Who needs Oxbridge? Meet the British students headed for Europe  (the guardian.com).

And visit our FAQ section to see if you are eligible to apply for the CMEPS – Joint Master’s Program where you can get the best of both worlds, studying in Europe and beyond.