HAUS SCHLESIEN goes international – German and Polish students from a wide range of universities meet several times a year for the "Silesian encounters" program in Königswinter to learn more about the history and culture of Silesia and the Federal Republic of Germany. Are you going to part of it?
HAUS SCHLESIEN has set itself the task of entering into dialogue with a broad public and offering people the opportunity to familiarize themselves with topics from history, culture and “politics of understanding” directly related to Silesia.
To this end, the center regularly holds international week-long student seminars in cooperation with partners from Germany, 
deu. Polen, pol. Polska

Poland is a state in Central Eastern Europe and is home to approximately 38 million people. The country is the sixth largest member state of the European Union. The capital and biggest city of Poland is Warsaw. Poland is made up of 16 voivodships. The largest river in the country is the Vistula (Polish: Wisła).

 and the 
ces. Česko, deu. Tschechien

The Czech Republic is a country in Central Europe with a population of about 10.5 million people. The capital and largest city of the country is Prague. In the Czech Republic lie the historical landscapes of Bohemia, Moravia and parts of Silesia. In 1918 the state of Czechoslovakia was formed, but the Czech Republic was not founded until 1993. The country has been a member of the EU since 01.05.2004.

. Participants of the "Silesian encounters" ("Schlesischen Begegnungen") seminars experience a varied program of interesting lectures, workshops and excursions, providing them with an opportunity to get to know each other, to deepen their knowledge and to engage with the culture and history of Silesia and the Federal Republic of Germany. As part of their bachelor’s degree program, the universities award ECTS credit points for participation and a final presentation. Teachers at Silesian schools and local politicians are also part of the “Silesian encounters” target group.
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