Visiting Europe's second most populous country, you'll experience a place rich in history, science and culture. Ever productive, Germany maintains the continent's biggest economy.
"Our visit to Dachau, I thought, was a tremendously eye-opening experience, and it definitely one that I will never forget."
Its successes have come despite the effects of two devastating world wars and decades of division between democratic western Germany and Communist eastern Germany, which reunified in 1990.
Faculty-Led Program - A two- to three-week program explores four central and alpine European countries, including Germany, where you'll visit such historic sites as the Brandenburg Gate and Checkpoint Charlie. Open to traditional undergraduate students in good standing at the end of their junior year.Language- and Cultural-Immersion Program - A four-week stay in Munich or Berlin. Traditional undergraduate students take conversational German classes based on their levels of proficiency. Students live and eat in homes whose host families speak only German. Students should have a minimum of four semesters of German to participate.