2020

Programs of the Individual Faculties

 
International guests are welcome at Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz. For students and others who are interested in a short-term program, we offer the following Summer School programs.
 

DateSummer SchoolFaculties 
Course I:
07/27 - 08/19

Course II:
08/26 - 09/18

will be conducted as an online course
International Summer School Germersheim (ISG)
Intensive Course Interpretation
The „Intensive Course of Interpretation“ comprises 100 hours of perfecting language skills (of minimum C1), classes of simultaneous and consecutive interpretation, seminars on note-taking, multilingual conferences with simultaneous interpreting in our state-of-the-art interpreting booths.
Lessons about linguistic/textual skills, seminars on interpretation-related subjects as well as mainly practical interpretation classes.
Excellent German language skills (C1-C2) are required.
Learn more about theses courses here and here.
Both courses include six excursions (with entrance fees) and other activities.
Faculty 06: Translation Studies, Linguistics, and Cultural Studies
Course I:
07/27 - 08/19

Course II:
08/26 - 09/18

will be conducted as an online course
International Summer School Germersheim (ISG)
Translation/Introduction to Interpretation
The course „Translation/Introduction to Interpreting“ comprises lessons about linguistic/textual skills, seminars on translation-related subjects as well as mainly practical translation and interpretation classes.
You need some proficiency in German for the Translation (at least B2).
For more information see here and here.
Both courses include six excursions (with entrance fees) and other activities.
Faculty 06: Translation Studies, Linguistics, and Cultural Studies
07/10 – 07/20
postponed 2021
Forster Summer School
The Forster Summer School 2020 will focus on Otto Hahn and his discovery of nuclear fission. In addition to a language course, the participants in the city of Frankfurt am Main will follow in Otto Hahn's footsteps, visit a nuclear reactor and have the opportunity to exchange ideas with high-ranking scientists.
Faculty 09: Chemistry, Pharmaceutical Sciences, and Geosciences
08/17 – 09/25
postponed 2021
International Summer School on Gene Regulation, Epigenetics and Genome Stability
The International Summer School on “Gene Regulation, Epigenetics and Genome Stability” (ISS) is a 6-week programme for outstanding international students. It is coordinated by the Institute of Molecular Biology Mainz (IMB). Participants acquire excellent theoretical and practical skills through lectures, courses and by working on a research project at the cutting-edge of science.
Faculty 10: Biology
2020 / 09 / 10-15 International Summer School Singing Summer
This year’s summer school is concerned with the work of Ludwig van Beethoven. Renowned mentors such as Olaf Bär, Petra Müllejans, Christian Rohrbach, Thomas Hell and Benjamin Bergmann teach courses ranging from historical violin, historical performance practice, song, piano, and chamber music. As part of the Beethoven Academy, academy concerts and a competition concert will be held. In total, 10,000€ are available as prize money.

Registration is possible until 28 August 2020, please send an email to singingsummer@uni-mainz.de.
Mainz School of Music