Berlin: Global City in the Center of Europe
Sponsor: Northwestern University Office of International Program Development (IPD), in partnership with Humboldt University
Location: Berlin, Germany
This program introduces students to contemporary German and European affairs, with a particular focus on the city of Berlin, its history, culture, music, economics, and politics. The program is geared toward students who either have no background in the German language or have completed the German Department’s first-year sequence, but students with greater knowledge of German are also encouraged to participate. The program is divided into two sessions: During Session I, students are introduced to contemporary Germany through an exploration of Berlin. Students take courses on German language, history, and culture, taught by faculty in the Department of German at Northwestern. During Session II, students have access to a wide variety of courses on German and European affairs offered by the Humboldt Summer University.
Program Type: Northwestern Summer
Languages: English, German
None, however, students are required to take German language courses while on the program.
Housing:Double-occupancy rooms in a guesthouse near the Humboldt campus
Please refer to the IPD program website for cost information.