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Study Abroad Program - Academic Year in Freiburg (Fall & Winter terms)
Freiburg is located in the southwest region of Germany, bordering Switzerland and France. A historically famous university town, Freiburg has become known as one of the world’s “greenest” cities. The program begins with a month-long intensive language program in September. At the start of the academic year in October, students build a course schedule from both courses designed for German-language learners and from courses available to all students at Albert-Ludwigs Universität. For more information about the Academic Year in Freiburg program, please go to CGIS' website.
All students accepted for study in the Academic Year in Freiburg program will receive up to $1,000 from the Department of Germanic Languages & Literatures (GLL) to be applied towards the program fee (non-refundable scholarship).
Additional scholarships through the Hubbs Scholarship fund up to $3,000 may be available, based on financial need and/or merit. One participating student will receive a Sturm Immersive Scholarship for the program fee, lodging expenses, and flat stipend to cover additional living expenses (a value of over $25,000). By completing one application, you'll be eligible for all available scholarships.
Details about eligibility, criteria, the deadline, and how to apply for the additional scholarships can be found below.
Valentine C. Hubbs Memorial Scholarship
Sturm Family Immersive Study Abroad Scholarship
Study Abroad Program - Tübingen (Winter Term)
The Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen is one of Europe’s oldest universities, excelling for several hundred years in the sciences and humanities. Take courses specifically designed for German language acquisition, as well as enrolling directly in the university to study in English or German with local students and other international peers. For more information about the Winter term program, please see CGIS' website.
All students accepted for the semester abroad program in Tübingen will receive up to $1,000 in funding from the Department of Germanic Languages and Literatures (GLL) in funding towards the cost of their flight overseas. Additional scholarships, up to $2,500, may be available, based on financial need and merit. Students may apply for this scholarship by submitting the scholarship application by December 1. Details about eligibility, criteria, the deadline, and how to apply for the additional scholarship can be found under the "Arati Sharangpani Memorial Award" text.
Students attending a Goethe Institut program (January/February) in conjunction with the Tübingen semester abroad will receive a Goethe Institut language scholarship based on the parameters that are established each year.