Symposium “Is Germany Too Powerful for Europe?”

On November 20, 2013 we held this year’s European Campus Week symposium at Northeastern University. The symposium started with remarks by the Consul-General Rolf Schuette followed by a lively questions & answers session on the position of Germany in Europe and in the world today. The Consul-General brought up that, in his opinion, not he, … Continue reading

Symposium “Is Germany too Powerful for Europe”

Please join us for the upcoming symposium on November 20, 2013 from noon to 2 pm in 105 Behrakis Hall at Northeastern University – there will be lunch. Keynote speaker: The German Consul – General in Boston, mr. Rolf Schuette. Note: EXTENDED DEADLINE for the essay competition:  Please e mail your 1500 word essay reflecting … Continue reading

Scholarships to study in Germany

The Germany Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) has some very good scholarships for undergraduate students who wish to study in Germany.  Check them out here and here.  Deadlines are coming up.  Contact Prof. Natalie Bormann if you want to submit an application and need some help.

Ambassador Murphy at Northeastern University

Today former US Ambassador Murphy gave his views on the results of the recent elections in Germany,        the position of Germany in Europe and the world, and the strong relationship and common goals of the United States and Germany. Being an engaged and energetic speaker, the Ambassador made a case for students … Continue reading

US Ambassador to Germany at Northeastern University

On Tuesday October 16, the former American Ambassador to Germany, Philip D. Murphy will speak at Northeastern University. In collaboration with the German Consulate in Boston, the Political Science Department hosts Mr. Murphy as the first of a range of  “Germany in Europe” Campus Week events that take place until May 2014. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16, 2013 … Continue reading