Lectures and Courses

Courses in winter term 2017 / 2018

Content Untersuchung von Politik, Gesellschaft und Wirtschaft der romanischsprachigen Länder:
  • Politische Systeme und Demokratisierungsprozesse
  • Ausprägungen und Formen gesellschaftlichen Wandels
  • Vergleich unterschiedlicher Entwicklungspfade
  • Auswirkungen von Globalisierungs- und Regionalisierungsprozessen
Lecturer Prof. Dr Günther Ammon, Nelia Miguel Müller, M.A.
Format Lecture and Tutorial
Language German
Date Lecture: Friday, 9.45 a.m. – 11.15 a.m., LG H5

Tutorial: Single date on Saturday: 18.11.; 25.11.; 02.12 or 09.12.

ECTS 5 ECTS
B.A. / M.A. Bachelor
Availability
  • B.A. Mandatory Module: Socioeconomics, International Business Studies, Business Education (French/Spanish)
  • B.A. Elective Module: all degree programmes, Cultural Geography
Exam number
  • B.A. Socioeconomics: 32502 (Lecture), 32504 (Tutorial)
  • Business Education (French/Spanish): 40105
Examination Written Exam and short presentation
Registration Please apply for our courses on StudOn.
Content This “Vorlesung” addresses the ways in which the international system is organised to produce norms, rules and patterns of behaviour among international actors. Key questions include: who creates international organisations, why and when? The approach is both theoretical and empirical. The role, functioning, achievement and shortcomings of international organisations such as the United Nations, the World Bank, the World Trade Organisation, and the International Monetary Fund will be critically discussed. The human factor is at the centre of analysis. International organisations are created and ruled by human beings to manage interactions among other human beings. Many issues are not only technical but also moral.
Lecturer Prof. Gian Luca Gardini, Ph.D.
Format Lecture
Language English
Date Thursday 8.00 a.m. – 11:15 a.m., F.G. 0.016, on following dates: 19.10; 26.10.; 02.11.; 09.11.; 16.11 and written exam: 07.12.
ECTS 5 ECTS
B.A. / M.A. M.A.: MIBS (Master International Business Studies) students only
Availability M.A. Core Course: Master International Business Studies
Exam number 26901
Examination Written Exam
Registration Please apply for our courses on StudOn.
Content Power in its several tenets has steadily shifted between states and recently from state actors to other actors in the international system. The theoretical file rouge of this course is the combination of/tension between changes in the international order (distribution of power) and changes in the nature of power. This has occurred at different times and with different intensity, depending on the geographical area or the thematic subject. The course aims to bridge theory and practice with emphasis on the latter, by providing students with a clear theoretical toolkit that is applied to a number of case studies. The implications of different approaches to power for the international order and institutions will be spelt out during lectures and seminars.
Lecturer Prof. Gian Luca Gardini, Ph.D.
Format Block seminar
Language English
Date Thursday 8.00 a.m. – 11:15 a.m., F.G. 0.016, on following dates: 23.11.; 30.11.; 11.01.; 18.01. and 25.01.
ECTS 5 ECTS
B.A. / M.A. M.A.: MIBS (Master International Business Studies) students only
Availability M.A. Core Course: Master International Business Studies
Exam number 27001
Examination Written assignment
Registration Please apply for our courses on StudOn.
Content Brazil is the eighth biggest economy in the world and a member of the BRICS group of emerging markets. As the biggest economy in Latin America it has been among the world’s most popular destinations for foreign direct investment. For German companies it has been a major destination for investment, making the South American market one of the biggest outposts of German business in the world. Despite its attractiveness, however, Brazil’s market is considered to be a very complex business environment. In addition, after a decade of growth Brazil has been facing economic problems over the past years and has been struck by the biggest corruption scandal in its history.
The seminar will examine Brazil’s economic basis, the business environment and the country’s structural economic problems that keep it from fulfilling its growth potential. Beyond the study of Brazil, the seminar will give insights into the broader topic of emerging markets by drawing comparisons between Brazil and its BRICS peers.
Lecturer Dr Christina Stolte
Format Blockseminar
Language English
Date Coordination Meeting and Topic Selection: 06.11.2017, 2:00 p.m. in FG. 1.036

01.12.17, in FG: 3.023, exact time will be announced soon.

02.12.17, inFG. 3.023, exact time will be announced soon.

ECTS 5 ECTS
B.A. / M.A. Bachelor and Master
Availability
  • B.A. Mandtory Module: Socioeconomics International (eligible as Mandatory Module)
  • B.A. Elective Module: all degree programmes, Cultural Geography
  • M.A. Mandtory Module: Business Education (Spanish) (eligible as Mandatory Module)
  • M.A. Elective Module: MIBS, DEIS, Economics, Socioeconomics, Labour Market and Personnel
Exam number
  • As Mandatory Module for B.A. Socioeconomics International (with begin of studies in winter term 2016/ 2017):
  • As module “Romanischsprachige Gesellschaften I”: 32401
  • As module “Romanischsprachige Gesellschaften II”: 32402
  • Als Elective Module for all degree programmes: 32651
  • As module “Auslandswissenschaftliche Vertiefung Romanische Länder”: 39231
  • As “Auslandswissenschaftl. Vertiefungsmodul” for M.A. Business Education (French/Spanish): 45202
  • As Master module “Romance Countries I, II or III”: 63601, 63701 or 63801
Examination Written assignment and presentation
Registration Please apply for our courses on StudOn.
Content The international system has been moving from a unipolar to an increasingly multipolar system over the past 15 years. The rise of new powers, often summarized under the key word ‘BRICS’ (Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa) has been a key element of the fundamental changes the international system has been undergoing. As a member of the BRICS group and a regional power in South America, Brazil has gained considerable clout in international affairs and has had an active role in shaping the emerging multipolar order.
The seminar will look at the global power shifts and the rise of new powers in the international system and explore Brazil’s role and position in the newly emerging global order. How has Brazil positioned itself in the international community? What are the foreign policy goals of this rising power? Which instruments does it use to pursue its foreign policy objectives?
The seminar is located at the intersection between International Relations Theory, foreign policy analysis and area studies. It will give the student insights into current developments in the international system and the foreign policies of emerging powers – exemplified by the study of the rising power Brazil.
Lecturer Dr. Christina Stolte
Format Seminar
Language English
Date Monday, 4:45 p.m. – 6:15 p.m., FG 2.016
ECTS 5 ECTS
B.A. / M.A. Bachelor and Master
Availability
  • B.A. Mandtory Module: Socioeconomics International (eligible as Mandatory Module)
  • B.A. Elective Module: all degree programmes, Cultural Geography
  • M.A. Mandtory Module: Business Education (Spanish) (eligible as Mandatory Module)
  • M.A. Elective Module: MIBS, DEIS, Economics, Socioeconomics, Labour Market and Personnel,
  • MA Las Américas: Modul 8 América Latina: Política y sociedad
Exam number
  • As Mandatory Module for B.A. Socioeconomics International (with begin of studies in winter term 2016/ 2017): 32451
  • As module “Romanischsprachige Gesellschaften I”: 32401
  • As module “Romanischsprachige Gesellschaften II”: 32402
  • Als Elective Module for all degree programmes: 32451
  • As module “Auslandswissenschaftliche Vertiefung Romanische Länder”: 39231
  • As “Auslandswissenschaftl. Vertiefungsmodul” for M.A. Business Education (French/Spanish): 45202
  • As Master module “Romance Countries I, II or III”: 63601, 63701 or 63801
Examination Written assignment
Registration Please apply for our courses on StudOn.
Content Die zunehmende globale Integration führt auch zur häufigeren projektbezogenen Zusammenarbeit über Landes- und Kulturgrenzen hinweg. Ausgehend von den allgemeinen Grundlagen des Projektmanagements werden die besonderen Herausforderungen der deutsch-lateinamerikanischen Zusammenarbeit im Projektbereich dargestellt. Wir werden praktisch umsetzbare Methoden und Lösungswege betrachten, durch die internationale Projekte zum Erfolg geführt werden können.
Lecturer Dr York Rössler
Format Block seminar
Language German
Date
Friday: 08.12.17, 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m., FG 3.023
Tuesday: 12.12.16, 5:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m., FG 3.023
Wednesday: 13.12.16, 5:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m., FG 3.023
Friday: 15.12.16, 5:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m., FG 3.023
Tuesday: 19.12.16, 5:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m., FG 3.023
ECTS 5 ECTS
B.A. / M.A. Bachelor and Master
Availability
  • B.A. Mandtory Module: Socioeconomics International (eligible as Mandatory Module)
  • B.A. Elective Module: all degree programmes, Cultural Geography
  • M.A. Mandtory Module: Business Education (Spanish) (eligible as Mandatory Module)
  • M.A. Elective Module: MIBS, DEIS, Economics, Socioeconomics, Labour Market and Personnel
Exam number
  • As Mandatory Module for B.A. Socioeconomics International (with begin of studies in winter term 2016/ 2017): 32851
  • As module “Romanischsprachige Gesellschaften I”: 32401
  • As module “Romanischsprachige Gesellschaften II”: 32402
  • Als Elective Module for all degree programmes: 32851
  • As module “Auslandswissenschaftliche Vertiefung Romanische Länder”: 39231
  • As “Auslandswissenschaftl. Vertiefungsmodul” for M.A. Business Education (French/Spanish): 45202
  • As Master module “Romance Countries I, II or III”: 63601, 63701 or 63801
Examination Written assignment
Registration Please apply for our courses on StudOn.
Content Programme will be announced soon.
Lecturer Prof. Gardini, Ph.D., Dr. Christina Stolte, Nelia Miguel Müller, M.A.
Format Colloquium
Language English
Date Wednesday, 6:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m., FG 0.016
ECTS 5 ECTS
B.A. / M.A. Bachelor and Master
Availability
  • B.A. Elective Module: all degree programmes, Cultural Geography
  • M.A. Elective Module: MIBS, DEIS, Economics, Socioeconomics, Labour Market and Personnel
Exam number
  • As Elective Module “Auslandswissenschaftliches Kolloquium” for all B.A.-degrees: 39201
  • As “Auslandswissenschaftl. Vertiefungsmodul” for M.A. Business Education (French/Spanish): 45201
  • As Master module “Romance Countries IV”: 63901
Examination Oral Exam
Registration Please apply for our courses on StudOn.
Content Este curso ofrece una panorámica general de la colocación internacional de América Latina en el escenario mundial del siglo XXI. Se tratarán aspectos cuales los líderes latinoamericanos contemporáneos y sus políticas exteriores, las relaciones de América Latina con los principales socios internacionales (Estados Unidos, Unión Europea, China), los proyectos de integración regional latinoamericana, y el rol de Brasil tanto a nivel regional como global.
Lecturer Prof. Gardini, Ph.D.
Format Lecture
Language Spanish
Date Wednesday, 09:45 a.m. – 1:00 p.m., FG 1.036, begins 18.10.17 and end 29.11.17, written exam 13.12.17
ECTS 5 ECTS
B.A. / M.A. Bachelor and Master
Availability
  • B.A. Mandtory Module: Socioeconomics International (eligible as Mandatory Module)
  • B.A. Elective Module: all degree programmes, Cultural Geography
  • M.A. Mandtory Module: Business Education (Spanish) (eligible as Mandatory Module)
  • M.A. Elective Module: MIBS, DEIS, Economics, Socioeconomics, Labour Market and Personnel
  • MA Las Américas: Modul 8 América Latina: Política y sociedad
Exam number
  • As Mandatory Module for B.A. Socioeconomics International (with begin of studies in winter term 2016/ 2017): 33051
  • As module “Romanischsprachige Gesellschaften I”: 32401
  • As module “Romanischsprachige Gesellschaften II”: 32402
  • Als Elective Module for all degree programmes: 33051
  • As module “Auslandswissenschaftliche Vertiefung Romanische Länder”: 39231
  • As module “Economía, sociedad y política en el mundo iberoamericano” for M.A. Business Education ( French/Spanish): 46801
  • As Master module “Economía, sociedad y política en el mundo iberoamericano”: 46801
Examination Written assignment
Registration Please apply for our courses on StudOn.
Content Die Anfertigung der Bachelorarbeit ist mit einem Seminar zur Bachelorarbeit verbunden. Das Seminar wird die Studierenden bei der Bearbeitung unterstützen und ihnen wichtige Hilfen zur selbständigen Lösung und Darstellung von Problemen geben. Die Termine der Sitzungen des Bachelorseminars werden mit den Studierenden individuell vereinbart. Bitte melden Sie sich so frühzeitig wie möglich bei uns an!
Lecturer Prof. Gian Luca Gardini, Ph.D.; Dr Christina Stolte; Nelia Miguel Müller, M.A.
Format Seminar
Language German or English
Date By appointment
ECTS 3 ECTS
B.A. / M.A. Bachelor
Exam number 1998
Content Die Anfertigung der Masterarbeit ist mit einem Seminar zur Masterarbeit verbunden. Das Seminar wird die Studierenden bei der Bearbeitung unterstützen und ihnen wichtige Hilfen zur selbständigen Lösung und Darstellung von Problemen geben. Die Termine der Sitzungen des Masterseminars werden mit den Studierenden individuell vereinbart. Bitte melden Sie sich so frühzeitig wie möglich bei uns an!
Lecturer Prof. Gian Luca Gardini, Ph.D., Dr Christina Stolte, Nelia Miguel Müller, M.A.
Format Seminar
Language German or English
Date By appointment
ECTS 3 ECTS
B.A. / M.A. Master
Exam number 1998

Course registration

Please apply for our courses on StudOn. (There you can find our Chair in the section: Angebote >2.RW >2.2Wirtschaftswissenschaften >International Business and Society Relations mit Schwerpunkt Lateinamerika)

Please note that participation in the seminars is limited; therefore it is advisable to register early. Please bear in mind that there will be waiting lists for students who did not get into the seminar, so be considerate and de-register immediately, should you decide not to participate.

Attendance is mandatory at the first session of the seminars; if you cannot attend for a relevant reason, please notify us.

 

Information for graduate students:

All students studying for their master’s (MIBS, Economics, Sozialökonomik, Las Américas, DEIS, Kulturgeographie) are very welcome to join the following courses of our Chair:

  • Business in Brazil (English)
  • Brazil as a Rising Power? (English)
  • Internationales Projektmanagement am Beispiel Lateinamerikas (German)
  • The Reconfiguration of the International System (Colloquium) (English)
  • Las relaciones internacionales de América Latina (Spanish)

Courses in summer term 2017

Content Im Zuge der Globalisierung nimmt der Austausch zwischen verschiedenen Kulturen immer mehr zu. Gerade die Wirtschaft spielt dabei eine Vorreiterrolle. Längst wissen wir auch, dass die interkulturelle Kommunikation nicht immer reibungslos klappt, dass im Gegenteil unzählige Fallen lauern. Wir wollen uns in dieser Veranstaltung dem Problem theoretisch nähern und grundsätzliche Begriffe hinterfragen: Kultur, Interkultur, Wahrnehmung, Stereotyp, Kommunikation usw.
Lecturer Prof. Dr. Günther Ammon
Format Lecture and Tutorial
Language German
Date Lecture:
Thursday 27.04.2017, 9:45 – 11.15 a.m., FG 0.015
Thursday 04.05.2017, 9:45 – 11.15 a.m., FG 0.015
Thursday 01.06.2017, 9:45 – 11.15 a.m., FG 0.015
Friday 02.06.2017, 8:00 – 9:30 a.m., FG 0.015
Thursday 22.06.2017, 9:45 – 11.15 a.m., FG 0.015
Friday 23.06.2017, 8:00 – 9:30 a.m., FG 0.015
Thursday 29.06.2017, 9:45 – 11.15 a.m., FG 0.015
Friday 30.06.2017, 8:00 – 9:30 a.m., FG 0.015
Thursday 06.07.2017, 9:45 – 11.15 a.m., FG 0.015
Friday 14.07.2017, 11:30 -13:00 a.m., H4, Exam

Tutorial:

Friday, 05.05.2017, 1:00 – 6:00 p.m., FG 0.016

Saturday, 06.05.2017, 09:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m., FG 0.016

ECTS 5 ECTS
B.A. / M.A. Bachelor
Availability
  • B.A. Mandatory Module: Socioeconomics, International Business Studies, Business Education (French/Spanish)
  • B.A. Elective Module: all degree programmes, Cultural Geography
Exam number
  • Lecture: 63002
  • Tutorial:
Examination Lecture: Written Exam / Tutorial: Short Essay
Registration Please apply for our courses on StudOn, beginning on the 15th of March 2017 at 8:00 a.m.
Content This course offers an introduction to the way in which the international system is organised and managed. The focus is international organisations, combining both theoretical and empirical approaches. Theoretically, we discuss why, who and when creates and promotes international organisations. Empirically, we analyse the United Nations, the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund, and the World Trade Organisation. Special attention is given to case studies and specific examples to clarify the connection, and sometimes the disconnection that exists between the letter of the treaties and the diplomatic practice.
Lecturer Prof. Gian Luca Gardini, Ph.D.
Format Lecture
Language English
Date Wednesday, 9:45 a.m. – 11:15 a.m., FG 1.036
ECTS 5 ECTS
B.A. / M.A. Bachelor and Master
Availability
  • B.A. Mandtory Module: Socioeconomics International (eligible as Mandatory Module)
  • B.A. Elective Module: all degree programmes, Cultural Geography
  • M.A. Mandtory Module: Business Education (Spanish) (eligible as Mandatory Module)
  • M.A. Elective Module: MIBS, DEIS, Economics, Socioeconomics, Labour Market and Personnel
  • Please note: the corresponding course for MIBS students takes place during winter term ONLY
Exam number 42901
Examination Written exam
Registration Please apply for our courses on StudOn, beginning on the 15th of March 2017 at 8:00 a.m.
Content This course will give a general panorama of the international positioning of Latin America in the world scenario of the 21st century. The principal topics will be the contemporary Latin-American leaders and their foreign policies, the relations of Latin America with the main international associates (the United States, European Union, China), the projects of Latin-American regional integration, and the role of Brazil both at regional and global level.
Lecturer Prof. Gian Luca Gardini, Ph.D.
Format Lecture
Language English
Date Thursday, 08:00 a.m. – 09:30 a.m., FG 1.036
ECTS 5 ECTS
B.A. / M.A. Bachelor and Master
Availability
  • B.A. Mandtory Module: Socioeconomics International (eligible as Mandatory Module)
  • B.A. Elective Module: all degree programmes, Cultural Geography
  • M.A. Mandtory Module: Business Education (Spanish) (eligible as Mandatory Module)
  • M.A. Elective Module: MIBS, DEIS, Economics, Socioeconomics, Labour Market and Personnel
  • M.A. Las Américas: Modul 8 América Latina: Política y sociedad
Exam number
  • As Mandatory Module for B.A. Socioeconomics International (with begin of studies in winter term 2016/ 2017): 33251
  • As module “Romanischsprachige Gesellschaften I”: 32401
  • As module “Romanischsprachige Gesellschaften II”: 32402
  • Als Elective Module for all degree programmes: 33251
  • As module “Auslandswissenschaftliche Vertiefung Romanische Länder”: 39231
  • As module “Economía, sociedad y política en el mundo iberoamericano” for M.A. Business Education ( French/Spanish): 46801
Examination Written Exam
Registration Please apply for our courses on StudOn, beginning on the 15th of March 2017 at 8:00 a.m.
Content Etwa 200 Jahre nach dem Beginn ihres Unabhängigkeitsprozesses scheinen die Staaten Lateinamerikas vor einem weiteren Schritt der Emanzipation zu stehen. Nach einem Jahrhundert der politischen wie wirtschaftlichen Dominanz durch die USA agieren sie zunehmend selbstbewusst auf der internationalen Bühne und gehen neue Kooperationen ein. In diesem Kurs wird diese neue Rolle Lateinamerikas sowohl wirtschaftlich als auch politisch beleuchtet.
Lecturer Nelia Miguel Müller, M.A.
Format Seminar
Language German
Date Wednesday, 03:00 p.m. – 04:30 p.m., FG 3.023
ECTS 5 ECTS
B.A. / M.A. Bachelor and Master
Availability
  • B.A. Mandtory Module: Socioeconomics International (eligible as Mandatory Module)
  • B.A. Elective Module: all degree programmes, Cultural Geography
  • M.A. Mandtory Module: Business Education (Spanish) (eligible as Mandatory Module)
  • M.A. Elective Module: MIBS, DEIS, Economics, Socioeconomics, Labour Market and Personnel
Exam number
  • As Mandatory Module for B.A. Socioeconomics International (with begin of studies in winter term 2016/ 2017): 32851
  • As module “Romanischsprachige Gesellschaften I”: 32401
  • As module “Romanischsprachige Gesellschaften II”: 32402
  • Als Elective Module for all degree programmes: 32851
  • As module “Auslandswissenschaftliche Vertiefung Romanische Länder”: 39231
  • As “Auslandswissenschaftl. Vertiefungsmodul” for M.A. Business Education (French/Spanish): 45202
  • As Master module “Romance Countries I, II or III”: 63601, 63701 or 63801
Examination Written Assignment
Registration Please apply for our courses on StudOn, beginning on the 15th of March 2017 at 8:00 a.m.
Content Globalisierung bezeichnet die zunehmende internationale Verflechtung von Wirtschaft, Politik Gesellschaft und Kultur. Sie prägt unsere Zeit und nimmt eine wachsende Bedeutung ein, ihre Auswirkungen sind allerdings umstritten. Im Zentrum der Globalisierungskritik steht die Zuspitzung von Ungleichheit und dem Auseinanderdriften von Industrie- und Entwicklungsländern.

Gerade die Region Lateinamerika wird häufig als Verlierer der Globalisierung interpretiert. Defizite bei wirtschaftlicher und politischer Anpassung sowie eine fehlendeTechnologieorientierung erschweren es der Region sich in der globalisierten Welt zu behaupten.

Vor diesem Hintergrund widmet sich das Seminar folgenden Fragen: Wer sind die Gewinner, wer die Verlierer der Globalisierung? Wo steht Lateinamerika in dieser Einteilung? Wie positionieren sich die unterschiedlichen Länder Lateinamerikas in der zunehmenden Globalisierung? Gibt es gesellschaftliche Gruppen, die gegen eine weitere Vernetzung agieren?

In diesem Zusammenhang wird die Rolle Lateinamerikas in der globalen Politik analysiert. Hierzu werden die außenpolitischen Strategien Handelspolitik ausgewählter Lateinamerikanischer Staaten untersucht.

Das Seminar ist Teil einer interdisziplinären und interuniversitären studentischen Tagung zum Thema: „Die Globalisierung und ihre Kritik“. Die Ergebnisse des Seminars werden in Form von wissenschaftlichen Papieren, die von den Teilnehmern anstelle einer Hausarbeit zu verfassen sind, auf einer Tagung der Universitäten Wuppertal, Göttingen und Erlangen-Nürnberg vom 30.06 bis 01.07.17 in Wuppertal vorgestellt und nehmen an dem Paper-Award der Tagung teil.

Wichige Informationen zur Anmeldung: Anmeldung über StudOn vom 15.03.2017 bis zum 10.04.2017. Auswahl der endgültigen Teilnehmer nach Einsenden eines kurzen (max. 1 Seite!) Motivationsschreibens an Frau Miguel Müller (nelia.m.mueller@fau.de).

Lecturer Nelia Miguel Müller, M.A.; Dr. Christina Stolte
Format Block seminar
Language German
Date
  • 26th of April 2017 at 04:45 p.m., FG 1.036
  • 20th – 21st of May 2017, 9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m., FG 1.036
  • 29th of June – 1st of July, University of Wuppertal
ECTS 5 ECTS
B.A. / M.A. Bachelor and Master
Availability
  • B.A. Mandtory Module: Socioeconomics International (eligible as Mandatory Module)
  • B.A. Elective Module: all degree programmes, Cultural Geography
  • M.A. Mandtory Module: Business Education (Spanish) (eligible as Mandatory Module)
  • M.A. Elective Module: MIBS, DEIS, Economics, Socioeconomics, Labour Market and Personnel
Exam number
  • As Mandatory Module for B.A. Socioeconomics International (with begin of studies in winter term 2016/ 2017): 32851
  • As module “Romanischsprachige Gesellschaften I”: 32401
  • As module “Romanischsprachige Gesellschaften II”: 32402
  • Als Elective Module for all degree programmes: 32851
  • As module “Auslandswissenschaftliche Vertiefung Romanische Länder”: 39231
  • As “Auslandswissenschaftl. Vertiefungsmodul” for M.A. Business Education (French/Spanish): 45202
  • As Master module “Romance Countries I, II or III”: 63601, 63701 or 63801
Examination Written Assignment
Registration Please apply for this seminar on StudOn, between the 15th of March until the 10th of April 2017. Please send a short motivation letter (max. one page) to Ms Miguel Mueller (nelia.m.mueller@fau.de).
Content Die zunehmende globale Integration führt auch zur häufigeren projektbezogenen Zusammenarbeit über Landes- und Kulturgrenzen hinweg. Ausgehend von den allgemeinen Grundlagen des Projektmanagements werden die besonderen Herausforderungen der deutsch-lateinamerikanischen Zusammenarbeit im Projektbereich dargestellt. Wir werden praktisch umsetzbare Methoden und Lösungswege betrachten, durch die internationale Projekte zum Erfolg geführt werden können.
Lecturer Dr. York Rössler
Format Block seminar
Language German
Date
Wednesday, 07.06.17, 9:45 a.m. – 03:45 p.m., FG 3.023
Thursday, 08.06.17, 9:45 a.m. – 03:45 p.m., FG 3.023
Friday, 09.06.17, 9:45 a.m. – 14:45 p.m., FG 3.023
ECTS 5 ECTS
B.A. / M.A. Bachelor and Master
Availability
  • B.A. Mandtory Module: Socioeconomics International (eligible as Mandatory Module)
  • B.A. Elective Module: all degree programmes, Cultural Geography
  • M.A. Mandtory Module: Business Education (Spanish) (eligible as Mandatory Module)
  • M.A. Elective Module: MIBS, DEIS, Economics, Socioeconomics, Labour Market and Personnel
Exam number
  • As Mandatory Module for B.A. Socioeconomics International (with begin of studies in winter term 2016/ 2017): 32851
  • As module “Romanischsprachige Gesellschaften I”: 32401
  • As module “Romanischsprachige Gesellschaften II”: 32402
  • Als Elective Module for all degree programmes: 32851
  • As module “Auslandswissenschaftliche Vertiefung Romanische Länder”: 39231
  • As “Auslandswissenschaftl. Vertiefungsmodul” for M.A. Business Education (French/Spanish): 45202
  • As Master module “Romance Countries I, II or III”: 63601, 63701 or 63801
Examination Written Assignment
Registration Please apply for our courses on StudOn, beginning on the 15th of March 2017 at 8:00 a.m.
Content This semester the Kolloquium discusses different aspects of the history, politics and economics of Europe and the European Union. The 60th anniversary of the signature of the Treaties of Rome (1957), which established the European Economic Community, provide  a timing oppurtunity for reflection on the past, present and future of Europe. Issues such as Brexit, Europe’s relation with the US and with Latin America, Europe’s strategic partnerships, as well as topical issues of global interest such as climate change will be dissected by our speakers. Are Europe and the European Union still pivotal actors in today’s international system?

Programme

Lecturer Prof. Gian Luca Gardini, Ph.D.; Nelia Miguel Müller, M.A.
Format Colloquium
Language English and German
Date Wednesday, 06:30 p.m. – 08:00 p.m., FG 0.016
ECTS 5 ECTS
B.A. / M.A. Bachelor and Master
Availability
  • M.A. Elective Module: all degree programmes, Cultural Geography
  • M.A. Elective Module: MIBS, DEIS, Economics, Socioeconomics, Labour Market and Personnel
Exam number
  • As Elective Module “Auslandswissenschaftliches Kolloquium” for all B.A.-degrees: 39201
  • As “Auslandswissenschaftl. Vertiefungsmodul” for M.A. Business Education (French/Spanish): 45201
  • As Master module “Romance Countries IV”: 63901
Examination Oral Exam
Registration Please apply for our courses on StudOn, beginning on the 15th of March 2017 at 8:00 a.m.
Content Este curso, en formato de seminarios, trata de la historia económica de América Latina desde la época de la independencia hasta hoy. Se estudiarán los vínculos entre los aspectos políticos, económicos y sociales de los modelos de desarrollo adoptados por los países latinoamericanos. El foco de las clases está en los procesos de globalización y el lugar de la economía latinoamericana en los asuntos globales. Los seminarios, con presentaciones de los estudiantes, cubren la política y la economía de los mayores países latinoamericanos en los últimos 30 años.
Lecturer Prof. Gian Luca Gardini, Ph.D.
Format Seminar
Language Spanish
Date Thursday, 09:45 a.m.- 11:15 a.m., FG 1.036
ECTS 5 ECTS
B.A. / M.A. Bachelor and Master
Availability
  • B.A. Mandtory Module: Socioeconomics International (eligible as Mandatory Module)
  • B.A. Elective Module: all degree programmes, Cultural Geography
  • M.A. Mandtory Module: Business Education (Spanish) (eligible as Mandatory Module)
  • M.A. Elective Module: MIBS, DEIS, Economics, Socioeconomics, Labour Market and Personnel
Exam number
Examination Group presentation (30%) and Final Written Assignment (70%)
Registration Please apply for our courses on StudOn, beginning on the 15th of March 2017 at 8:00 a.m.
Content The writing of a bachelor thesis at our Chair includes a Bachelor Thesis Seminar. The seminar supports students with the academic writing process and the formulation of a research question. The Seminar awards 3 ECTS. The mark of the seminar is the same as the final mark of your dissertation. The meetings with the supervisor are arranged individually.  If you intend to write your bachelor thesis at our Chair please do contact a potential supervisor to discuss your ideas. You may find more information about final theses at our Chair under >Lecture and Courses > Final Theses
Lecturer Prof. Gian Luca Gardini, Ph.D.; Prof. Dr. Günther Ammon; Nelia Miguel Müller, M.A.
Format Seminar
Language English or German
Date By appointment
ECTS 3 ECTS
B.A. / M.A. Bachelor
Exam number 1998
Content The writing of a master thesis at our Chair includes a Master Thesis Seminar. The seminar supports students with the academic writing process and the formulation of a research question. The Seminar awards 3 ECTS. The mark of the seminar is the same as the final mark of your dissertation. The meetings with the supervisor are arranged individually.  If you intend to write your master thesis at our Chair please do contact a potential supervisor to discuss your ideas. You may find more information about final theses at our Chair under >Lecture and Courses > Final Theses
Lecturer Prof. Gian Luca Gardini, Ph.D.; Prof. Dr. Günther Ammon; Nelia Miguel Müller, M.A.
Format Seminar
Language English or German
Date By appointment
ECTS 3 ECTS
B.A. / M.A. Master
Exam number 1998