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Master's degree in political education

The university course in political education at Danube University Krems is aimed at politically interested and committed people from all professional groups who want to train or deepen their judgment and action skills in the field of tension between politics and society. Due to their central importance, these include in particular multipliers from the educational and social sectors.
Duration: 4 semesters

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University course Europe and Education

The course at the Pädagogische Hochschule Steiermark serves to develop "European skills" for pedagogues to strengthen awareness of Europe and to implement European educational projects in schools.
Duration: 2 semesters

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Master's degree in Political Education (JKU Linz)

The Faculty of Social and Economic Sciences at Johannes Kepler University offers a master’s degree in political education. On the one hand, it is aimed at teachers as an accompanying course and further training, and on the other hand, thanks to its broad and practice-oriented design, it also qualifies for adult education, youth and social work, for various activities in the public service and in NGOs as well as in politics.

Duration: 4 semesters

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Academic course in education in places of memory

Course of the Upper Austria University of Education in cooperation with _erinnern.at_. In addition to courses in Austria, the course also includes a two-week seminar in Israel. Fundamental questions relating to the pedagogical examination of places of memory of the Nazi era are dealt with. The target group are teachers and mediators in extracurricular educational work.

Duration: 2 semesters

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Holocaust course. Cultures of remembrance. History class.

Course of the Pedagogical University Salzburg Stefan Zweig in cooperation with Remember.at. It conveys national and international knowledge from Holocaust research and historical didactic approaches to the subject of the Holocaust and cultures of remembrance.

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