This next semester, study abroad at the European Study Center in Heidelberg, Germany. With a focus on helping students gain a deep knowledge of the European Union yet being able to explore Europe during non-academic hours, all participants benefit. Gain 15 university credits over the course of the fall or spring semester by studying at the European Study Center and taking courses all taught in English. Students are also provided housing at the European Study Center, or closeby in shared apartments.
Cultural activities have been included as an integral element of this program that are designed to supplement classroom learning. Opportunities such as a visit to the Heidelberg Castle, a guided tour of the Mercedes Benz Museum in Stuttgart, a day trip to Strasbourg and a weekend excursion to Berlin are all part of the program to help students make the most of their time while abroad.
From their location in Heidelberg, students have access to other European cities, making exploration and travel very convenient and affordable. Heidelberg is only four hours from Amsterdam and Paris, three hours from Zurich and six hours from Prague. Reasonably priced airfare can also be found for students who would like to extend their reach beyond Germany's boarding countries and explore other parts of Europe that are a bit farther away.
Fall Semester: mid-September to mid-December / Spring Semester: mid-January to mid-May
Bachelors Degree (Undergraduate)
- Business Admin. & Management
- Business Management
- European Studies (includes Politics)
- Human Res. Management
- International Business
- International Relations
- Internship Programs
- Marketing, Ad., & Pr
Cost in US$:
Program Fees Include:
* Tuition for 15 credit hours
* Housing-double occupancy
* On-site team available throughout the entire program
* Cell phone use (students must pay for minutes they use)
* Public transportation pass for Heidelberg for the entire semester
* Transportation from/to Frankfurt airport
* Necessary transportation for included cultural activities
* The field trips described in the cultural activities section
* A few meals- Welcome and farewell dinners, Thanksgiving or Easter dinner and occasionally a meal as part of an excursion are included
* International airfare
* passport/visa expenses
* meal expenses
* other personal expenses
* USD 250 liability deposit for housing (will be returned at the end of semester provided accommodations are undamaged).
- * Must be at least 18 years old
* A minimum 2.5 cumulative GPA (on a 4.0 scale)
* In good academic standing on home campus
This Program is open to
American, Asian, Australian and European Participants.
Typical Living Arrangements
Typically Participants Work
Independently or in Groups
Scholarships are Available
* Debut Scholarship: The European Study Center is offering five USD1,000 scholarships for students who qualify. To be considered for this scholarship, please send the following: - Proof of a minimum 2.8 GPA (current unofficial transcript) - Proof of financial aid - 1 page (12 pt font, double spaced) essay outlining your expectations and goals for your semester in Heidelberg. Scholarships will be reviewed by a committee and the 5 students whose applications reflect the most need for financial aid combined with solid goals for their time abroad will be rewarded USD1,000 each. * Ambassador Scholarships: The European Study Center is offering five USD3,000 scholarships for spring semester 2013 to students who qualify. To be considered for this scholarship, please send the following: - Proof of a minimum 3.0 GPA (current unofficial transcript) - Proof of financial aid - 1 page (12 pt font, double spaced) essay outlining your expectations and goals for your semester in Heidelberg. Scholarships will be reviewed by a committee and the 5 students whose applications reflect the most need for financial aid combined with solid goals for their time abroad will be rewarded USD3,000 each. Additional scholarships: * Phi Kappa Phi - available to students at Phi Kappa Phi member universities. Fifty USD1,000 grants are awarded each year. * Rotary Foundation Ambassadorial Scholarship - in exchange for funding, students will act as goodwill ambassadors while abroad and give presentations to local Rotary clubs upon return. * DAAD - this scholarship is explicitly to support study abroad in Germany and at German universities. * Gillman-provides awards for U.S. undergraduate students who are receiving Federal Pell Grant funding at a two-year or four-year college or university to participate in study abroad programs worldwide.
Application Process Involves
- Online Application
Typically The Application Process Time is
up to 1 week
Post Services Include
- Job and Internship Network