The Max Mannheimer Study Center offers single or multiple day study courses for school classes, youth association groups, students, and any other interested persons. Focus is placed on examining and discussing the history of the Dachau concentration camp in the broader context of National Socialism, considered in terms of both the events that took place and the long-term repercussions.
Depending on the timeframe available as well as the interests, background, and wishes of the group, the study days can be based on different program modules. The programs put together by the Max Mannheimer Study Center cater to meet individual needs and are the result of close consultation with the participants or their teachers and supervisors. The respective groups are made of a maximum of 15 participants, supervised and guided by a trained expert. The study programs can be conducted in a variety of languages: English, French, Italian, Polish, Czech, and Hebrew.
The education programs of the Max Mannheimer Study Center are subsidized by the Foundation’s supporting bodies, the Free State of Bavaria, the City of Dachau, and Dachau County, enabling them to be offered free of charge. Meals and if necessary overnight accommodation in the guest house are subject to charges.
We offer a program that has proven very successful for groups who wish to spend just one day in the Max Mannheimer Study Center. The program begins at 9 am and ends at 5 pm. Lunch is provided at the guest house.
The Max Mannheimer Study Center offers single or multiple day study courses for school classes, youth association groups, students, and any other interested persons. Focus is placed on examining and discussing the National Socialist period in general, with special reference given to the history of the Dachau concentration camp.