Center for International Education


This experiential learning program places you in Germany's dynamic capital, Berlin. With a wide range of humanities courses as well as a professional internship, our study abroad program allows you to hone your professional skills and connect your coursework with the living history of the city. 

NOTE: This program will resume again in the Fall of 2024. Internships and research opportunities are available during this long-term study abroad program.

Program Highlights:

  • Study abroad as a full-time student for one semester at Studienforum-Berlin.
  • Live with host families who provide an unparalleled cultural immersion experience.
  • Take three liberal studies courses in English, one course in the German language at the student's level, and one credit-bearing internship, tailored to your interests and language proficiency.
  • Take German language courses with other international students at the Neue Schule. You are placed in course levels according to your skills.

Program Details

Course Information
Costs and Financial Aid
Travel and Documents
Living Accommodations
About Berlin

Program Excursions:

    St. Mary's Cathedral (Erfurt, Germany)
    Zwinger Palatial Complex (Dresden, Germany)
    View from Charles Bridge (Prague, Czech Republic)
    Standing at the German/Polish Border (Słubice, Poland)

    Naz in Berlin

      Shane F. & Kostia B. '17
      Spree River & Museum Island
      Jake D. & Erika K. '20 in Potsdam
      Sunset at Brandenburg Gate

      At A Glance

      Term: Fall 

      Program Level: Undergraduate

      Program Type: Academic; internships and research available

      Major(s): Well suited for all majors, but may be of particular interest to the following majors:

      • Anthropology
      • Art History
      • Biomedical Sciences
      • Business Leadership
      • Communication & Media
      • Education
      • History
      • Global Sustainability
      • International & Global Studies
      • Legal Studies
      • Museums, Archives, & Public History
      • Modern Foreign Languages (German)
      • Political Science
      • Public Health
      • Religious Studies
      • Sociology

      Language Requirement: None

      Cumulative GPA Requirement: 3.0