12.03.2017

21 June: Insights. Informational Evening for the Master’s Study Program in Jewish Cultural History

Members of the Center for Jewish Cultural History and students of the program will provide information about the unique Austria-wide Master’s study program on Jewish Cultural History.

Die Info-Veranstaltung hat das Ziel, das an der Universität Salzburg angebotene und in Österreich einzigartige Masterstudium der Jüdischen Kulturgeschichte einer größeren Anzahl Studierender bekannt zu machen. Lehrende und Studierende werden die einzelnen Teilaspekte des Studiums wie jüdische Kultur- und Religionsgeschichte, Spracherwerb (Modernhebräisch, Jiddisch) und Zeitgeschichte vorstellen. Außerdem wird über Partnerschaften mit ausländischen Universitäten und mögliche Berufsfelder informiert.

Im Anschluss an die Veranstaltung besteht die Möglichkeit zum persönlichen Gespräch.

Termin: MI, 21. Juni 2017, 18.00 Uhr, HS 1.006 (Unipark Nonntal)

Margarete Heinz

Sekretariat

Zentrum für Jüdische Kulturgeschichte

Residenzplatz 1, 5020 Salzburg

Tel: 0662-8044-2961

E-mail to Margarete Heinz

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