The Career Service of the Leipzig University offers an online talk with three international, former Leipzig University students who are going to share their (professional) experiences of their former stay in Leipzig.This online meeting will give you the opportunity to ask any topic related questions, especially if you are
The first day I met Constantin, we were attending an EMGS introductory event. We sat in folding chairs, nibbling on sandwiches and sipping wine in a sunny classroom on the Emil-Fuchs Straße in Leipzig. Students attending this event, an internationally diverse group, marveled at the strangeness of our circumstances.
A bit nervous, full of curiosity and not sure what to expect in the following seven weeks, I set off for my field research on the politicization of female bodies in Nigeria. I had already made a few preparations in Vienna, but I was also aware that I would
Arkaprabha Pal, EMGS alumni, currently working with the Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, has recently self-published a book entitled: WHY AND HOW DID THE BRITISH EMPIRE INVEST IN THE RAILWAYS IN INDIA (1858-1947)? On the backdrop of powerful narratives on colonialism and its impact on colonial societies gaining popularity
On November 13th more than 70 (former) students of the EMGS programme came to Leipzig in order to celebrate their succesful completion of the programme. The video of the Ceremony is available at the GESI youtube channel
On October 25th at 5:15 pm (GMT+2) Edgar Federzoni dos Santos and Neil Wilcock, two EMGS alumni, presented their new publication entitled: “Not Paying the Rent: Imagining a Fairer Capitalism”. The event was livestreamed on Youtube. You can watch the uploaded video of the livestream here This presentation kicks
In our new section, EMGS students from all over the world send postcards to the EMGS family. Today we are excited about postcards from Annie and Saron, who have just recently started their 3rd semester at Stellenbosch University in South Africa! Voriger Nächster