| NYU Global Programs
Stay on track in your major while studying abroad at one of NYU’s global locations in Africa, the Americas, Asia, Australia, Europe, and the Middle East. Subject courses are taught in English, and language courses are offered at all levels.
Dates: Study abroad for a semester, year, summer, or January term.
Contact: NYU Office of Global Programs, 110 East 14th Street, Lower Level, New York, NY 10003-4278.
International Undergraduate Study Program - German Language & Culture
The university program is offered in cooperation with the University of Marburg and designed for students who want to learn more about German and European culture, economy and politics and learn the German language or refresh their German by participating in an intensive language course. All university courses offered in a combination of German and/or English are possible. Students are able to earn up to 17 US credits.
Contact: email@example.com, www.cepa-europe.com
C.V. Starr-Middlebury College School in Germany
Middlebury College has been sending students to Mainz since 1959. During this time students have been able to live, study, and socialize with Germans and immerse themselves completely in the local culture since there are so few Americans there. In addition to Mainz, students now have the opportunity to study in Berlin with all that a city of 3.5 million people has to offer.
German Studies in Lüneburg
Live and study in a beautiful city dating back more than 1,000 years. Intensive language studies fulfilling up to 2 years of university language requirements in only 1 semester. Additional courses in history, political science, culture, literature, etc. Program-organized field trips and housing.
Contact: University Studies Abroad Consortium (USAC), Univ. of Nevada, USAC 323, Reno, NV 89557-0093; 775-784-6569, fax 775-784-6010; firstname.lastname@example.org, usac.unr.edu.
Wayne State University
Junior Year in Munich
Founded in 1953, the Junior Year in Munich (JYM) is America's oldest academic year abroad program in Germany with 3,400 alumni from 500 colleges and universities across the U.S. JYM enjoys unique status in Germany as an institute at the Ludwig Maximilian Univ. (LMU) of Munich. Students live in German student housing, have the entire LMU curriculum available to them, and receive a Wayne State Univ. transcript for all coursework completed in Munich. Internships available. JYM distributes approximately $30,000 in scholarships each year. All instruction is in German. Full year and semester options are available.Scholarships and financial aid available.
Contact: Junior Year in Germany, Wayne State Univ., Detroit, MI 48202; 313-577-4605; www.jym.wayne.edu.