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Short interviews with MEG students about living and studying MEG in Freiburg.

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  1. Advice to future MEG students

    Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg, OSA Team

    “Be prepared!”, “Be proactive!”, “Plan your internship well!”, “Know what you are getting into!”, “Look at the programme well!” “The programme is what you make of it!” are just a few advices from current M.Sc. Environmental Governance (MEG) students to the next MEG generation. Watch the video to see what else current MEG students recommend.


  2. Working for the Balkans in Venice

    Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg, OSA Team

    Karl-Heinz from Mexico found his internship through active debating in a class of his M.Sc. program Environmental Governance (MEG). He went to Venice, Italy to work for UNESCO in the Man and Biosphere-Programme. His main duty was to identify the relevant stakeholders and organize a workshop for a tentative transboundary Biosphere Reserve between Montenegro and [...]


  3. Future Perspective

    Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg, OSA Team

    Go back to their home country, stay in Europe, write a Ph.D. thesis, work for an NGO, IGO or governmental institution; current M.Sc. students of Environmental Governance (MEG) at the University of Freiburg have different career plans and options. The video gives you an impression what the programme qualifies and inspires its students to go [...]


  4. MEG Internship as Stepping Stone

    Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg, OSA Team

    Mari from Norway worked for WWF in Vienna in the Danube Carpathian-Project which she used as a stepping stone to Africa. After her internship, she was offered a place in WWF’s Explorer volunteer programme to Madagascar. She got to go to villages no white person had visited for 15 years. There she dug in the [...]


  5. Typical Misconceptions of MEG

    Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg, OSA Team

    Will I learn more about the environment or about society? Will the other students be like me? Will the Master be more theoretical or more practical? These questions and many more may be floating around your head when choosing where to apply. In this short clip you can get some impressions and answers to know [...]


  6. First Impression of MEG

    Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg, OSA Team

    The M.Sc. program ‘Environmental Governance’ (MEG) is very ambitious concerning both content and teaching style. In this video current MEG students tell you about how they felt at the very beginning. Sitting in a classroom with 20+ other meticulously selected students, being surrounded by various languages, studying in English, doing group work with people from [...]


  7. Expectation and the Unexpected

    Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg, OSA Team

    The MEG programme is a very special course compared to others at the University of Freiburg and to other Master programmes worldwide. Consequently, it is hard to assess what will be awaiting you. Here are some impressions of current MEG students about the teaching style, the different subjects, how one is treated as a student [...]


  8. Why MEG?

    Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg, OSA Team

    In this clip, students will tell you why you should choose the M.Sc. program ‘Environmental Governance’ (MEG) and their reasons for applying for this course. These range from the internship and thesis component to MEG’s interdisciplinary approach, from the study environment to the acclaim of Freiburg University. So here you can see whether your reasons [...]


  9. What makes MEG special?

    Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg, OSA Team

    Current MEG students explain what makes the MEG special. Specific features which are worth mentioning are the Student Organized Event, which is experienced as a valuable challenge in group decision-making, and the opportunity to learn about various countries and professional backgrounds. In fact, studying MEG is like an in-depth lesson of intercultural and inter-professional understanding.


  10. What is MEG?

    Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg, OSA Team

    Current MEG students give you an impression of what the MEG is all about from their perspective. It makes clear that besides an interest for environmental and governance questions you need a high degree of flexibility to stand your ground in this intercultural and interdisciplinary programme.

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