The San Francisco residence halls are located in the neighborhoods of Nob Hill and Mid-Market, with easy access to public transportation, markets, restaurants, and an array of culturally rich events and activities. Each residence hall provides shared kitchens and restroom facilities, as well as communal lounge space. During the 2016–17 academic year, all students will live in the residence hall located in the Mid-Market area.
Our Berlin residence hall is located in central Berlin in an area called Kreuzberg, which borders Mitte. The buildings are conveniently located in terms of public transport (Kottbusser Tor/Heinrich-Heine-Platz), shopping facilities, markets, cafes, and restaurants. The apartments are spacious, all have a living room, one single bedroom, one double bedroom and a private balcony. You will also have your private kitchen in your apartment.
This third episode of the Global Immersion series highlights four students in the Class of 2019 and their experiential learning in Buenos Aires, Argentina. It is one in a multi-city series.
Follow the Class of 2019 as they experience a semester in Berlin, the second city on their global rotation.
Julian from the Class of 2019 embraced Hyderabad's architecture to learn about India's vast history and cultural differences. By exploring all of Hyderabad's "hidden treasures," see how Julian incorporated city immersion into his daily life in the latest installment of Global Immersion: Hyderabad, a Minerva student production.
Global Immersion: Seoul follows the journeys of five students of the Class of 2019: Lusana, Jake, Rinad, Florence, and Teodor. From studying infectious diseases to gaining artistic inspiration from the vibrant environments that surround them, they explore the Asian mega-city based on their academic and personal interests. |
The Global Immersion series highlights each city in the Minerva residential rotation, including San Francisco, Buenos Aires, Berlin, and Seoul. Each video focuses on a unique dimension of the Minerva student experience, from academics and career development to civic projects and residential life.
This film, shot over the course of a single day, focuses on students in the Class of 2019 at Minerva, as they experience the first city in their global residential rotation. It is one in a multi-city series.
Every class at Minerva is a small seminar conducted using the Active Learning Forum, an advanced learning environment designed to facilitate continuous face-to-face interaction with your professors and classmates. Though each seminar is different, with some focused on lively discussion or collaborative work sessions, and others on polling and debate, all require your full participation. This video highlights one of the Cornerstone classes on the Active Learning Forum. Learn more about Minerva on our website: http://www.minerva.kgi.edu
Ben Nelson, Founder of Minerva, and Stephen Kosslyn, Ph.D., Founding Dean for the Minerva Schools at KGI, provide an introduction to Minerva and its innovative approach to higher education.
The Minerva Schools at KGI offer a uniquely global, rigorous, and accessible university education. Learn more: https://minerva.kgi.edu/
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