Germany Today: Science, Technology and Culture
January 2 - 18, 2014
For students enrolled in the rigourous five-year dual Bachelor degree International Engineering and International Business Programs, it is crucial to get some short-term immersion experience in the country in which they will spend their senior year. This program will allow students to experience the context of the German language and engineering/business studies. Furthermore, it will give students the opportunity to explore the culture, technology environment and communicate with their budding language skills.
Students will earn 1-3 URI credits for GER 497: Directed Study. Students must be enrolled in German during the 2013-14 academic year to be eligible to apply for this program.
Housing and Dining:
While in Germany, students will stay at Youth Hostels. Breakfast and lunch will be provided at the hostel and the group will eat dinner together at a pre-determined establishment.
Students will engage in a number of cultural activities while in Germany including:
Program Fee Includes:
|1-3 URI credits||Accommodations||Meals|
|Round-trip airfare||Supplemental MedEx insurance||Excursions and cultural activities|
NOTE: Program fees include a $2000 scholarship from the International Engineering Program (IEP)
All fees subject to change
AIRFARE IS INCLUDED
|Application Deadline: October 21, 2013||Final Payment Due: December 23, 2013|
For more information, please contact:
|Program Director||Program Director||URI Faculty-Led Programs Coordinator|
|Sigrid Berka||Damon Rarick||Kelly Watts|
|International Engineering Program||Department of Languages/IEP||Office of International Education|
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