Heidelberg University


Select one or more of the online courses offered by Heidelberg University and experience the 4EU+ virtual mobility!


List of courses

Timeline

Registration procedure

Contact information


List of courses

Course title (click to see the course description and more information)

Flagship

ECTS

Language

Level of study

Evaluation of Machine Translation systems in task-critical domains

2

10

English

MA

European Linguistics Centre (EZS) Colloquium of the Faculty of Modern Languages: Multilingual perspectives in linguistics

2

2

German

MA, PhD

Introduction to Machine Translation and the analysis of parallel corpora

2

2

English

BA

Lexicography and Terminology

2

5

English

BA

Weekly Monday Conference: Information and Realities

2

N.A.

German, English, French, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, with interpretation in all those languages

BA, MA, PhD

Semantics, Pragmatics, Translation (Focus: French)

2

8

German, French, Italian

MA

Current issues in Linguistics and Translation Studies

2

2

German

MA

The U.S. in the World Economy since 1945

2

4

English

BA, MA

Social and Economic Life in Pompeii

2

2/4

German

BA

Intangible Heritage

2

3

German

MA

World Heritage in Germany: Dimensions, Missing Points, Narratives and Presentation

2

8

German

MA, PhD

Focus Bioscience 1: Molecular principles of cancer development

4

2

English

MA, PhD

Focus Bioscience 2: Tumor immunology, virology and cancer

4

2

English

MA, PhD

Schools and Theory

1

2-5

English

MA, PhD


More information on the courses is available in the course catalogue.


Timeline

1 - 10 March

Intensive online course:

"Scientific Software Development"

Registration period

18 March - 4 April 2022


Most of the courses will start on 20 April 2022. For more details, please see the course descriptions


Registration procedure

  1. Students are asked to check the possibility of recognition in advance with the study coordinators of the home university. In order to be able to follow the course student should furthermore check the prerequisites to attend the course as well as the language requirements.

  2. To apply students have to send an email, stating the following information via mail to :

    1. Name

    2. Date of Birth

    3. Gender (m/f/d)

    4. Nationality

    5. E-Mail

    6. Home university

    7. Matriculation number

    8. Field and level of study at home university (BA, MA, PhD)

    9. Name of the course they want to attend

  3. After the deadline students receive an e-mail notice of the selection process (based on first come, first serve) and further information on how to participate in the course.


Contact information

Contact point for 4EU+ mobility: .