College of Liberal Arts
about the school:
Founded in the year 2000, ECLA
is a private, non-profit institution of higher education in Berlin,
Germany. It's a college without departments, dedicated to the study
of values. Students are taught in small classes and one-to-one
tutorials by a select faculty from disciplines like philosophy,
literature, political theory, art history, and film theory. Academic
programmes include one-year programmes for undergraduates and recent
graduates, and a B.A. Programme in Value Studies. Possible areas of
concentration are Art
and Aesthetics, Ethics and Political Theory,
grants allow the college to have a need-blind admissions policy and
no qualified student is turned away for lack of funding. Students and
faculty come from all over the world and work together in English.
share the facilities of a small residential campus and the cultural
riches of one of the most vibrant capitals in Europe.
and financial aid:
ECLA comprehensive fee covers tuition, room, board, emergency health
insurance for non-German students, access to a sports and fitness
centre and computer and Internet access. All course books may be
borrowed (and purchased) from ECLA.
comprehensive fee for the 2010-2011 academic year (AY, PY, BA) is
financial aid at ECLA is need-based. The awards vary widely and
aim to cover the full amount of demonstrated need toward the ECLA
year ECLA offers a limited number of merit scholarships not dependent
on financial need to BA students with exceptionally promising
applications. This Endeavor
named after the Endeavor Foundation in New York, covers the full
comprehensive fee for one academic year.
ECLA is a residential college with a green campus located in
the northern part of Berlin.
Student houses are equipped with all the necessary facilities: there
is a kitchen, a laundry room, a lounge and a computer lab in each of
the dorms. ECLA's library and a music room are just across the
ECLA's cafeteria around the corner students are provided with three
meals a day by a catering company.
about the city:
the frame of ECLA�s Berlin
students and faculty come together to explore Berlin's cultural
heritage and continued development.
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