Take a Virtual Voyage with Cultural Vistas to Germany. Learn the basics of German business culture and dive deep into current events and political issues as you connect with experts from around the country, all without leaving your work or study-from-home nook. From Berlin to Bavaria, you’ll explore the regions of this captivating country while honing your professional skills and knowledge of the world’s fourth largest economy.
Much like the in-person study tours our team has offered for decades, this online program is designed for higher education professionals, international-office administrators, and advanced students seeking high-impact information on selected countries. In addition to providing useful knowledge for your career or studies, Virtual Voyages will also assist participants in developing contacts in government, academia, trade associations/think-tanks and the private sector.
Our first Virtual Voyage will take place in the fall of 2022 and will focus on contemporary Germany! This will give you the opportunity to explore:
- Aftermath of the 2021 Election and outlook for the new government
- The future of Germany’s “Energiewende”
- German Business Culture
- Germany Managing Interests with the U.S. and Russia
- Scholarship Opportunities in Germany
- Participant-suggested topics
Cultural Vistas has a long history of successfully facilitating enriching professional educational exchanges, and our Virtual Voyage model will provide most content through two live Zoom sessions per week. This will provide maximum opportunity for engagement and networking on a specific schedule.
Cost: $250 per participant, includes all sessions and access to our course management system where archived presentations and discussions will be stored.
Registration Deadline: TBD
Meetings and events for this Virtual Voyage will be conducted in English.
For further information, please contact Colin Ackerman, M.A., Program Officer at: email@example.com
About Virtual Voyages by Cultural Vistas
An exciting initiative to introduce American higher education professionals, researchers, graduate students, and exchange alumni to current political, educational, business, and cultural issues in selected countries.