The university or college experience on the North American continent differs in certain respects from that in Europe. There are also many differences between higher education in Canada and the United States and the individual institutions. Prospective students can choose between public and private institutions, from two-year colleges to ivy league institutions, and even from a number of minority-serving institutions or specialized institutions such as Aboriginal colleges, historically Black colleges and universities, women’s colleges and military colleges.
In this course, students will be given ample opportunity to improve their oral skills as we explore university and college education and undergraduate culture in both the United States and Canada. We will discuss, debate as well as critically examine topics such as student campus life, intercollegiate athletics, the role of specialized and minority-serving institutions, tuition fees and financing options, and social organizations, such as Greek-letter organizations.
The course is part of admission "Anmeldung gesperrt (global)".
Erzeugt durch den Stud.IP-Support The following rules apply for the admission: