The Cambridge University German Society was founded in 1908 and consists of students who share a common interest in German society, culture, and history. We aim to encourage intercultural discussions by providing a platform for mutual exchange for both Germans and non-Germans. Our Society welcomes members of all nationalities. We regularly organise talks, exchanges with other societies, and social events.
Helena de Guise
Gregor von Lampe
If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to get in touch with us at the following email address: committee [at] germansociety [dot] org [dot] uk
Join the European and German Societies for a joint film night! We will be screening “The Lives of Others” (imdb 8.5) in German with English subtitles! The movie is about the monitoring of an artist in former East Germany. We are very happy that Dr Henning Grunwald from the Department of History has agreed to give a talk (about 20mins) before the screening as a short introduction, followed by a chance for questions. The talk will begin at 6:30 and the movie at around 7:10. As usual, we will provide Ben and Jerry’s ice cream. The location will be announced soon!
Attendance is free.
Movie Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FppW5ml4vdw&app=desktop
To all German-speaking members of the CU German Society,
Oliver Wyman and your Committee would like to invite you all to our first Partner event of this Lent term in 2017. Oliver Wyman has joined our society as a partner this year and as one of the world’s most prominent management consultancy firms is very much looking forward to getting to know many of you very soon.
Together with Oliver Wyman, we would like to kindly invite our German-Speaking members to an informative and introductory get together at Magdalene College here in Cambridge on the 27th of January 2017 at 5 pm. All are welcome; whether you have just started your undergraduate degree or indeed are about to submit your PhD. Get to know former students of our university that now work as consultants for Oliver Wyman, ask any questions you may have and find out about the numerous opportunities that Oliver Wyman can offer you and your future career aspirations. It definitely promises to be an exciting event and we urge all of you to apply if indeed you want to know more. The event shall conclude with a dinner and will open plenty of space for all questions to be answered.
In order to indicate your interest, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org including your CV as well as any transcripts with grades you can provide. Interested students are asked to send in their requests by Friday, the 20th of January 2017 at the latest.
Further information can be found in the flyer attached and if you have any other questions, please just get in touch and we are more than happy to help you if we can. We are looking forward to seeing many of you there to continue with the amazing success of our numerous events last term! Until very soon in Lent!
Your Committee of the CUGS & our friends at Oliver Wyman
- 2929.January.Sundayhttp://germansociety.org.uk/event/intercultural-mixer/The Fountain Inn, 12 Regent St, Cambridge CB2 1DB, UKThe Fountain Inn, 12 Regent St, Cambridge CB2 1DB, UK
Co-hosted with a wide set of different Cambridge University societies, including the Arab, Belgian, Dutch, European, French, Italian, Polish and Russian societies, at Novi, Cambridge.
We are very happy to present Michael Grosse-Brömer as our first speaker of Lent Term!
Michael Grosse-Brömer is the Chief Whip of the CDU/CSU Parliamentary Group in the German Bundestag. He was elected as such in May 2012.
In addition, Michael Grosse-Brömer serves as a member of the Parliamentary Council of Elders (“Ältestenrat”), the Parliamentary Commission on the Legal Status of Members of the Bundestag (“Rechtsstellungskommission”), the Committee for the Election of Judges (“Richterwahlausschuss”), and the Joint Committee of German Bundestag and Bundesrat (“Vermittlungsausschuss”).
Michael Grosse-Brömer was first elected into the German Bundestag in 2002. In 2006, he became a member of the Executive Committee of the CDU/CSU Parliamentary Group in the German Bundestag. From 2009 to 2010, he served as the chairman of the working group on legal affairs. Following this, Michael Grosse-Brömer became the Parliamentary Group’s legal advisor.
Michael Grosse-Brömer earned his final degree in Law from the University of Hamburg in 1992. He worked as a lawyer with focus on building law and administrative law. He was appointed as civil laws notary in the Federal State of Lower Saxony in 2001. In May 2009, he ceased practising as a notary.
At our CUGS Event, Michael Grosse-Brömer will speak about “Zwischen Trump, Brexit und Bundestagswahl: Deutschland und Europa im Wahljahr 2017”. The talk will be followed by a Q&A session.
Please note that the talk will be held in German.
All welcome! We look forward to seeing you there!
Our membership fee is £15 and membership is lifelong. Members’ benefits include:
- Priority for our Formal Dinners
- Exclusive Member Formals
- Priority for our most successful events (including Formal Swaps, Christmas Feast, Oktoberfest, exclusive trips, Society Exchange with the German Societies in Oxford and London etc.)
- Sponsor Events
- Free film nights
- Reduced prices at our language classes
- and more!