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  • Locations: Berlin, Germany; Dresden, Germany; Frankfurt am Main, Germany; Weimar, Germany
  • Program Terms Summer 2
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  • Restrictions: BU applicants only
  • Budget Sheets: Summer 2
  • This program is currently not accepting applications.
Fact Sheet:
Program Type: Group Summer Program Language: English, German
GPA req.: 2.75 Housing: Hotel, On campus residence hall
Program Description:

Baylor in Germany

Dates: July 8 - August 11, 2018
Website: Baylor in Germany
Location: Dresden, Germany
Cost: $4,700 (program fee) + $7,722 (tuition for 6 hours) + $300 (study abroad fee for 6 hours) + $100 (administrative fee)

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Dates and Itinerary:  Baylor in Germany travel begins on July 8 (group leaves from DFW airport). The group travels to Frankfurt, Weimar, and Berlin en route to Dresden. In Dresden students attend four weeks of small, intensive language classes at Dresden’s TU (university). Baylor faculty plan discussions, tours and excursions; time for individual travel is built into the itinerary.

Program Mission: Students explore the language and culture of Germany through intensive study and discovery guided by Baylor faculty.

Travel to and from Germany: Students may travel with a program representative from Dallas DFW airport or make their own arrangements for travel to and return from Germany. The study abroad programming begins in Frankfurt July 9.
A passport is required for travel to Germany.

Excursions: Baylor in Germany provides abundant opportunities for cultural immersion. Overnight stays in Frankfurt, Mainz, Weimar, Berlin, and an extended stay in Dresden are planned.  Program includes tours such as: Gutenberg Museum, the Wartburg; Berlin Olympic stadium, Bundestag, Brandenburg Gate, Bauhaus Museum, Jewish Museum, Buchenwald Concentration Camp, porcelain capital Meißen, and “Saxony’s Switzerland” National Park. The group often attends concerts, plays, sporting events, films and lectures as well as activities such as biking and hiking along the Elbe River. Dresden is a major, cultural city founded in 1206 on the Elbe river. As the former residence of kings, Dresden invites exploration of its incredible museum collections, churches and palaces. In addition, Dresden is an easy travel distance of Poland, the Czech Republic, and German cities such as Leipzig.

Accommodations: Baylor students and professors are housed in hotels and on the TU campus. Dresden accommodations have kitchens, grocery stories and restaurant options within walking distance. A transportation pass for the Dresden area makes exploring and traveling in the city easy.

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+Summer 2018: Baylor in Germany LANGUAGE/CULTURE STUDY: Students receive 6 hours of course credit by completing a language course at their level (GER2310/GER2320/GER3361) and completing the GER3343 Baylor in Germany course. Language courses count toward the Arts & Sciences language requirement. 
+GERMAN 3343: Baylor in Germany: The Dresden Experience (3 hours) Readings, research and discussion relevant to our journey through Germany and 20th Century German Culture. Advanced course credit is available for senior-level German students.


We make every effort to keep costs as low as possible while maintaining a quality program.  If you arrange your own roundtrip flights, $900 is deducted from your program fee. The $1000 deposit is applied to your program fee.
Baylor tuition for 6 hours:  $7,722
Program Fee: $4,700

Roundtrip flight from DFW
Room/Full Board (35 days)
European ground travel (train)
Local transportation, excursions, tours
Health Insurance

Nearly all expenses (meals, insurance, travel, tours, housing, etc.) are included in the program fee. Past participants recommend $300 spending money.

Submit your application for consideration as soon as possible. If you are selected for the program (Review will occur within 2 weeks), a deposit of $1000 reserves your spot in the program. Applications after December 8 will be considered if the program is not full. Your deposit will be refunded if the program is canceled by Baylor University. Participation is limited and requires group booking.

To secure your space in the program a $1000 deposit is required (deadline March 1). The remaining tuition and program fee are paid on Baylor University summer school bill schedule (mid-May).

Dr. Jennifer Good, Director
Office: Old Main 272
Ph: (254) 710-6542

Dr. Andrew C. Wisely, Co-Director
Office: Old Main 208
Ph: (254) 710-7162

Dates / Deadlines:

There are currently no active application cycles for this program.

This program is currently not accepting applications.