AMASE Integration Week 2022:
20th August – 27th August
Since 2012, EUSMAT hosts an annual Integration Week for new AMASE students. The Integration Week focuses on preparing the new AMASE students for their studies in Europe as well as giving them first insights into the AMASE-Master Programme.
Students will also have the chance to get to know each other. The EUSMAT team is present at all times and answers any questions that come up. The experiences gathered during this week helps the students improve their future research skills while also expanding their personal and professional network.
After two years of digital format due to the COVID 19 crisis the AMASE Consortium has decided to hold the IW this year in presence format: a first part in digital form and a second in-person part in Saarbrücken. The circumstances in our programme countries are very different and not predictable. In order to provide you with a well organized IW, we have decided to create a presence format so all of you will be able to assist to all the events of the IW. We have already prepared a time schedule for the digital format, however, we still have to discuss the changes with our external partners, so the detailed plan of the IW will be available for the participants only a few weeks before the event. We have agreed to arrange the IW parallel to the Professional Summer School (with the 2-year students).
The digital part of the IW will take place on August 10th and 11th, 2022.
The in presence IW will take place from August 20, 2022 until August 27, 2022.
Don’t worry besides the informative parts we will also organize fun parts.
The participation in both the Integration Week and the Professional Summer School is compulsory and part of the Programme.
The registration for this year’s Integration Week is now open. Please register here before July 9, 2022.
Impressions from past Integration Weeks
In 2018 both the Integration Week and the Professional Summer School of AMASE were evaluated by the Center for Evaluation. You can find the results in this report.
In 2020 and 2021, the Integration Week was held in digital format due to the COVID 19 crisis.