Created by:  University of Copenhagen

Commitment8-12 hours/week
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English, Subtitles: Spanish, French
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University of Copenhagen
The University of Copenhagen is the oldest University in Denmark - founded in 1479, and with over 38,000 students and more than 9,000 employees. The purpose of the University is to conduct research and provide education to the highest academic level. Based in Denmark's capital city it is one of the top research institutions in Europe.
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Rated 4.8 out of 5 of 409 ratings

Excellent overview on the problem of mixed success in the development of Muslim world under the lens of the development of institutions.

Very rich background in terms of recent history, economy and local culture: colonial past is taken into due consideration.

Due to the fragmentation of the area taken into account, more than remarkable outcome: a must if you want to understand more of a culture and of regions of the worlds tragically on the forefront in many cases.

In addition, the "iranian" (non european) perspective of the instructor brings even more interest into the course.

An excellent companion of the Tel Aviv University Course The Emergence of the Modern Middle East, also available on the platform.

Excelente contenido, el contenido es muy bien explicado y ampliado en los documentos de consulta.

This was a very informative and well organized course. It holistically covered all the regions.

Congrats. It's really interesting. Many thanks