During the Spring Session in Valletta the following Public Evening Lectures will take place at Fort St. Elmo at 8 pm. These lectures are free and open to the public!
Philippe Beck, Lim Lee Ching and Adam Staley Groves will talk about poetry on April 21st at 7.30pm in The Arts House
Students, alumni and friends of the EGS will meet on April 25 in Singapore
We are proud to present our workshop "poetry, philosophy, politics: on art & education" in our hub Singapore
A one-day colloquium (free) to be held in Saas-Fee on June 18th, 2017 with Professors Alisa Andrasek, Philip Beesley, Benjamin H. Bratton, Gabriel Catren, and Elie During.
Lecture by Hubertus von Amelunxen at Book Festival on Campus 2017
Announcement: The EGS offers sponsorships to Maltese students
Students in Denmark may now apply for grants and scholarships through the Ministry of Higher Education and Science (Uddannelses- og Forskningsministeriet) in Denmark, to study at The EGS.
This annual 1-credit workshop, taught by Professor Mark Daniel Cohen, takes place on one of the days off during each of the 2016 Spring/Summer sessions in the Division of Philosophy, Art and Critical Thought at The EGS.
The Valletta, Malta Spring Session was well worth the tremendous amount of effort!
Between March 20th and April 9th, the European Graduate School is hosting a series of evening lectures at St. Elmo in Valletta, with notable philosophers, scholars and artists. The lectures begin at 8pm and are free and open to the public.
As of February 2016, The National Commission for Further and Higher Education in Malta has licensed The European Graduate School (EGS) within The European Qualifications Framework (EQF) as a University (Licence number: 2015:007), offering the following programmes:
Story running in the National section of the Times of Malta (Jan 18, 2016).
Announcement: Tuition has been lowered for this year’s session in Malta, to celebrate our debut in Valletta.
The European Graduate School (The EGS) President, Hubertus von Amelunxen, provides straightfoward answers to both new and older accreditation questions related to The EGS.
In 2016, the Division of Philosophy, Art, and Critical Thought will devote one of its groups in the June session (June 11 to July 3) to the areas of Digital Design and Architecture and Urbanism. This format will allow second-year PhD students in these fields to complete their seminar studies in their degree program before moving on to their PhD thesis under the direction of one of the EGS faculty from their field of concentration. Six faculty from the relevant fields will be present in Saas Fee in June.
"This was my orientation to this uncharacteristic grad school. It exuded an immediacy and intimacy that I had not expected. Despite the majority of my time in the program being spent in Switzerland, I returned to France to continue working with Paul Virilio three times over the years, and once found myself in the wonderful world of Hélène Cixous and the magical Théâtre du Soleil (one June session when she was unable to travel due to the illness of her mother and instead had her stipend pay for her students to come to work with her in Paris). This is how EGS works: Scholarship that is intimate, serendipitous, and always at work building something."
On March 20, 2016, the European Graduate School will launch its new MA and PhD programs in Malta (“Philosophy, Art, and Social Thought,” and “Literary, Musical, and Visual Thought”) and a pilot program in “Trauma, Refugees, Violence and Human Rights” that brings together the resources of the two divisions of the University.
This is Part 2 of my sharing information about important new developments in the School’s structure and offerings for potential students and others who support our effort to transform the shape and meaning of graduate study. We seek to give a future to advanced, cross-disciplinary research that is critically incisive and intellectually adventurous, and we want to be sure that our programs are visible and in reach of potential participants from around the world. --Christopher Fynsk, Dean of the PACT Division
I want to share information about important new developments in the School’s structure and offerings for potential students and others who support our effort to transform the shape and meaning of graduate study. We seek to give a future to advanced, cross-disciplinary research that is critically incisive and intellectually adventurous, and we want to be sure that our programs are visible and in reach of potential participants from around the world. --Christopher Fynsk, Dean of the PACT Division
Invited by Yale-NUS Singapore, the EGS President, Professor Dr. Hubertus von Amelunxen, will give a series of talks on art, education, and The European Graduate School. He will also hold meetings with the Yale-NUS community to discuss the creation of the EGS Hub Singapore.