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|Language Requirement:||2 semesters||GPA:||good academic standing|
|Professor(s):||Dr. Christiane Staninger||Disciplines offered:||German|
|Program Advisor:||Ali Droster - email@example.com||Tuition Remission Eligible Program:||Yes|
GERM 201 : Third Semester German
GERM 202 : Fourth Semester German
Dr. Christiane Staninger
Summer Program, Mid-June to Early July
APPLICATION DEADLINE: MARCH 4, 2015
ALTHOUGH THE DEADLINE HAS PASSED, THIS PROGRAM IS STILL ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS ON A SPACE AVAILABLE BASIS
NOTE: Students who apply after the application deadline are held to the cancellation & refund policy regardless of when application is submitted
Salzburg, with a population of 150,000, is the fourth largest city in Austria. It is located on the banks of the Salzach River at the northern border of the Alps. Unspoilt countryside, natural attractions such as the Hohe Tauern National Park, the beauty of the "Baroque Jewel" of the old town and the surrounding communities all offer visitors enchanting variety.
German 201 completes the core language sequences of introductory German, emphasizing grammatical exactness to advance communication. Students who have already completed GERM 201 may enroll in GERM 202 during this summer course abroad.
Students will experience Salzburg, Austria, a city which offers something of interest for all students: music, art, water sports, history, mountaineering, hiking, and a rich tradition of Roman Catholicism. This course will expose students to the culture, language, and regional accents of Germany and Austria. The class in Salzburg and environs has been offered with great success for many years and has received consistently excellent reviews from students who participated.
For a detailed description of program costs please see the Program Cost in the box at the top of this webpage. Click on the link which corresponds to the term you plan to study abroad.
While in Salzburg students will be housed in a centrally-located hotel where they can explore the city center. Students are encouraged to enjoy the breakfast provided daily with many German and Austrian tourists also visiting the city to increase their language skills.
EXCURSIONS & ACTIVITIES
During this three-week USD faculty-led program, students will have the opportunity to hike the dramatic Austrian terrain, experience Austrian culture and improve their German speaking skills.
Salzburg's city center boast several notable sites, including the birthplace of Mozart and the picturesque setting of the film The Sound of Music. Additional excursions to other European cities are easily accessible by train. Previous programs have included a few of the following excursions:
- Hellbrunn Castle
- Unterberg Mountain
- Eagle's Nest in Germany
- Overnight Excursion to Werfenweng
- Almbachklamm River Gorge Hike