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Comparative Politics

An investigation of different political and administrative systems from the comparative politics perspective.

Regular attendance and active participation are indispensable requisites for successful results. To be awarded 4 or 6 credits, participants are required to hold one presentation or one presentation and one written assignment, respectively, on course-relevant topics of their choice.

As this course is based on the principle of independent study, participants are required to do independent research, making use of online sources. Students are expected to devote time necessary to carry out research and prepare presentations on course-related topics inside of seminar hours or, respectively, outside of seminar hours for the written assignment.

Prerequisites: None
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Discipline: Interdisciplinary
Period: 08/09/10 September 2023
Format: Online
Number of ERUA Students: 10
Number of ETCS: 4 or 6
Language: English
Student Level: Bachelor
Application Deadline: 06.09.2023