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Connect with other cultures. Knowledge of other cultures will help you expand your personal horizons and become a responsible citizen. Your ability to talk to others and gather information beyond the world of English will contribute to your community and your country.
Study language structure (Linguistics) to understand how languages are made, how they function, and what role they play in human mind, life and society.
Study Abroad – Marburg German Program
Are you interested in learning and travelling in Europe for a semester?
Then you might want to consider the intensive program in German language and culture offered by the College of Arts & Science in cooperation with Philipps Universitat Marburg. Philipps Universitat Marburg is one of the oldest universities in the world and is steeped in tradition. (http://www.uni-marburg.de/index_html-en?set_language=en)
During our term abroad at Philipps Universitat Marburg (18 weeks in total), U of S students will take two language classes and a literature/culture seminar and earn 15 credit units from the U of S.
Participants live on campus, and participate in three excursions, including one weekend in Berlin.
Deadline for applications is Friday, February 15, 2013.
For more information contact: Andrea Eccleston, firstname.lastname@example.org
Download the application form:
Work Study Program - GermanyView the poster here for more information
Winners of the DAAD Why Germany Contest: Kristen Chang (University of Hawaii at Manoa), Brent Taylor (Carleton University), Xing Chiu (University of Toronto). Watch the prize-winning videos: https://www.daad.org/page/finalists/index.v3page?vg_v=gal
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