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  • Locations: Krakow, Poland; Munich, Germany; Warsaw, Poland
  • Program Terms: May Intensive
  • Restrictions: Bentley applicants only
  • 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 2019 02/06/2019
Varies by program 05/19/2019 05/31/2019

** 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 Co-leader: Malgwi, Charles
Prerequisite: Any internationally-oriented GLS course or permission of professor Program Advisor: Natalie Schlegel
Earle and Sloan Travel Fellowship Available: Yes International Citizens Group Study Abroad Scholarship Available: Yes
Program Description:
Bentley Students in Germany
This course introduces students to the tourism and hospitality industry with special emphasis on the role of passenger transportation. We travel to Poland and Germany: two of Europe’s strongest economies, basing our studies in Warsaw, Krakow, and Munich. We examine each city's numerous diverse tourism offerings and well-developed transport infrastructure. We consider tourism in the context of contemporary events, including economic recession, currency fluctuations, and security challenges. Specific themes stimulating tourism at these locations include religion, food, drink, sports, architecture, and war. Recognizing the historical development of tourism in Europe, students will also gain insights on the industry’s growth potential for the future. We also look at tourism’s many economic, social, and environmental impacts on the host location though our class project exploring first-hand insights from local residents. This travel study experience will help prepare students for professional involvement in a variety of capacities with stakeholders in the tourism and transportation industries.        

Click here for a sample syllabus and itinerary:
GLS 325_GERMANY POLAND_Syllabus.pdf
GLS 325_GERMANY POLAND_ Itinerary.pdf

Please contact Professor Joel Deichmann for more details.

This program is currently not accepting applications.