Join us on this 14-day journey to study German culture and economics throughout multiple locations across the country.

Explore many sites of cultural and historic significance, while visiting businesses and institutions to determine how culture impacts German business success. Learn the behind-the-scenes of German export achievements and ways to conduct business with Germans.

This multi-destination journey will stop in major cities such as Berlin, Munich, Stuttgart, and Frankfurt. This program also includes numerous day trips to historic sites such as Neuschwanstein Castle, Dachau Concentration Camp, and Rothenburg ob der Tauber. The group will also have a chance to step across the mountain border to Austria while on the top of Zugspitze, and will spend a day exploring the beautiful city of Strasbourg, France.

NOTE: This program is now open to all majors!

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Qualifying freshman, sophomore, and transfer students can use their SPARK Grant for this short-term study abroad program.

Explore Germany

    Views from Abroad

      Brandenburg Gate
      BMW Headquarters

      At A Glance

      (S): SPARK-Eligible

      Term: Summer A 2024

      Program Level: Undergraduate

      Program Type: Academic

      Major(s): Open to all majors, and of particular interest to the following majors:

      • All School of Business & Leadership majors
      • Anthropology
      • Global Sustainability
      • History
      • Museum, Archives, & Public History
      • Political Science
      • Religious Studies

      Language Requirement: None

      Minimum GPA Requirement: 2.5