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  • Locations: Berlin, Germany; Prague, Czechia
  • Program Terms: May Intensive
  • COST (click here): May Intensive
  • This program is currently not accepting applications.
Dates / Deadlines:
Dates / Deadlines:
Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
May Intensive 2021 01/31/2020
03/18/2020 TBA TBA
May Intensive 2020 02/07/2020
Varies by program 05/10/2020 05/22/2020

** Applicants will be notified of acceptance into this program as soon as possible after the application deadline once all applications have been reviewed.

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Fact Sheet:
Fact Sheet:
Program Type: Faculty-led Language of Instruction: English
Eligibility: Undergraduate Faculty Leader: Deichmann, Joel
Credits/Typical Courseload: 3 Prerequisite: Instructor permission required
Program Advisor: Lauren Schuller Earle and Sloan Travel Fellowship Available: Yes
International Citizens Group Study Abroad Scholarship Available: Yes Herbert J. and Susan P. Maletz Study Abroad Scholarship Available: Yes
Program Description:


germany faculty led students

This course introduces students to the human landscapes of contemporary Prague and Berlin, with reference to the ways in which these cities have been shaped by history. The thematic approach of the course examines Central Europe’s complex physical, cultural, economic, and political landscapes. Our travel program provides a first-hand view of two of Europe’s most important, yet dramatically different cities, and examines them within the context of Czech and German cultures and the broader European Union. In pre-travel sessions and while traveling, we will examine how these cities were shaped by Nazi Germany, World War II, the Communist period, and the European Union. We will also consider contemporary issues including the aftermath of Europe’s recession, the immigrant crisis, security, and ongoing environmental concerns. The ultimate objective of the course is to foster a basic understanding of European landscapes and contemporary concerns by using two of the continent’s most exciting cities as our classroom.

Click here for a sample syllabus and itinerary:
GLS 270 Berlin and Prague Syllabus 2020 July 2019 revisions_.pdf
GLS270 Berlin and Prague Itinerary 2020 July 2019 revisions.pdf

For more information, please contact Professor Joel Deichmann.

This program is currently not accepting applications.