Who can join?
The course is open for PhD students and Research Master’s students who want to investigate Intercultural Philosophy, its origins, and the critical revisions and alternatives that have been proposed. We welcome participants from all countries and encourage you to apply.
Students can have a background in Philosophy, Political Theory, Cultural Anthropology, Development Studies, or any discipline that deals with interculturality. Professionals with academic skills may also benefit from the course.
If you have doubts about your eligibility for the course, please contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Types of enrolment:
For this course you can choose between Certified or Auditor participation.
- Certified participant: As a certified participant, you will have access to all the lectures and workshops of you winter course. In addition, you will also complete assignments which are graded, so that you can get a certificate for participating in the winter course. Available for all winter school courses.
- Auditor participant: As an auditor participant, you will have access to all the lectures and workshops of your winter course for a discounted price (-€100). You will, however, not participate in assignments and will therefore not receive a transcript of records or study credits after completing the course.
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