Zeppelin University

ZF Campus, as-if Architekten. Photo: Andreas Meichsner.

Zeppelin University (ZU), sited at Lake Constance, is a German state-accredited privately-funded university in the fields of economics, culture and politics, committed to interdisciplinarity in research, teaching and learning. Since its foundation in 2003, the ZU has established an outstanding reputation in the areas of research-based learning, project-based teaching in small groups, and student research. Life on the ZU campus is shaped by numerous socially and politically engaged student initiatives and the main campus building has been awarded several prizes for innovative architecture. With its ‘Center for Cultural Production’ and its research cluster ‘Arts Production and Cultural Policy in Transformation | ACPT‘ the university has developed a leading teaching and research platform for future cultural managers and curators. ZU’s MA in “Pioneering in Arts, Media & the Creative Industries” and its research in the fields of art theory, curating, and cultural policy is committed to critically support a new understanding of the role of arts in social change. The ZU’s arts programme transforms the university itself into an artistic space and has worked with artists and collectives such as Alfredo Jaar, Forensic Architecture, Gunilla Klingberg, Dan Perjovschi, Gregory Sholette and many others.

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