Emory in Vienna
The program lasts seven weeks and consists of two sessions, each one covering 15 class days. Classes meet for three hours each day during each session.
The arrival date for the 2019 program is Sunday, June 9, 2019, and classes begin on Tuesday, June 11. The last day of classes is Friday, July 26, and students are free to leave the program starting Saturday, July 27, 2019.
Classes will take place at the Amerika Institut, Operngasse 4, 1010 Wien
Program Directors: Profs. Hiram Maxim & Paul Buchholz, Department of German Studies
Program Assistant: Sarah Richards
Students must enroll in the two-course, eight-credit sequences taught in German that is appropriate for their level of ability (8 credit hours total):
- German 201 & 202: Intermediate German (Sarah Richards) Fulfills HAL GER
- German 370 A & B: The Austrian Experience (Profs. Hiram Maxim & Paul Buchholz) Fulfills HAL GER
Tuition for 8 credits: $ 10,120 (German 201-202, 370 A & B)
Program Fee: $ 1,700
Air fare: $ 1,700 (approx.)
Personal allowance: $ 1,600 (approx.)
- Financial Aid: Emory undergraduates who qualify for financial aid during the regular academic year are considered by the Office of Financial Aid for a summer aid award after registration in summer study abroad classes. No additional application is necessary.
- Since 2007 the Max Kade Foundation has sponsored four scholarships for $4,500 each to students enrolled in intermediate or advanced German. For more details about the Max Kade scholarships check here.
- German majors are also eligible to apply for the Viola Westbrook Endowed Scholarship.
Please apply starting December 15, 2018 through the Emory College Study Abroad.