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|Restrictions:||BU applicants only|
|Area of Instruction::||Accounting, Art History, Biology, Business, Chemistry, Economics, Education, English, Finance, French, German, History, International Studies, Italian, Latin, Mathematics, Music, Philosphy, Physics, Psychology, Religion, Russian, Slavic Studies, Sociology||Program Type::||Exchange|
|Language::||English, German||GPA req.::||2.75|
|Housing::||On campus residence hall|
Karl Franzens Universitat Graz
|Type of Program||MAUI-Utrecht/Exchange|
|Language of Instruction||English & German|
|Costs||Baylor tuition + housing to the host university|
|Health Insurance Required||Yes|
|Special Requirements||MAUI-Utrecht - FIRST contact the Exchange Program and Study Abroad Addvisor for more details|
|Program Director||Bobby Leis: Robert_Leis@baylor.edu; Poage 204|
The University was founded in 1585 by Archduke Karl II and re-established as a university institution in 1827 by Emperor Franz I, thus the name KarI-Franzens Universität'.
One of the oldest universities in Central Europe, Graz combines five centuries of scholarly tradition with a forward looking commitment to teaching and research. The university houses ninety-five academic departments and fifteen university clinics -vital intellectual centers that enjoy an international reputation and which in turn are generally subdivided into departments and working groups. Furthermore, there are eight university facilities for special tasks. Currently the university has around 30,000 students and 3,000 employees.
Graz is the second largest city in Austria (pop. 250,000) and has a student population of about 50,000 (the majority of which - over 30,000 - study at Karl-Franzens-University). Graz offers the atmosphere and first class facilities of a vibrant modern city (opera, theatres, cultural festivals, lively pub-scene ...) with the charm and architectural beauty of a historic town. The city center is one of the best-preserved in Central Europe and only a 10 minute walk away from the university. Graz is a clean, safe and beautiful city, which is small enough to feel at home, but large enough to provide students with plenty of entertainment during study breaks.
Courses or Areas of Study:
Law, Economics, Business Administration, Sociology, Medicine, Ancient History, History, Art History, English and American Studies, German Studies, French Studies, Italian Studies, Russian Studies, Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian Studies, Slovene Studies, Spanish Studies, Linguistics, Translation and Interpreting (Arabic, German, English, French, Italian, Russian, Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian, Slovene, Spanish, Turkish, Hungarian), Classical Archeology, Latin, Greek (Old Greek), Philosophy, Musicology, Sports Sciences, Astronomy, Biology, Chemistry, Earth Sciences, Geography, Mathematics, Meteorology and Geophysics, Psychology, Physics
Please note, you ARE allowed to study at Graz University with no German experience, but must be able to find enough classes taught in English for full-time status. For complete course listings and scheduling, please see https://online.uni-graz.at/kfu_online/webnav.ini.
Students live on-campus. You must contact that Office of International Relations to obtain an application. Note that students are not allowed to pay rent on a monthly basis - IT MUST BE PAID IN FULL FOR THE ENTIRE SEMESTER. For more information, please see http://international.uni-graz.at/index.php?id=3371&L=1.
Students are first required to be nominated to attend a MAUI-Utrecht program. Email email@example.com to schedule an interview to be nominated for the program. More information regarding the application process will be given at the interview.
For more information about applying to this university, go to http://international.uni-graz.at/en/stud/incoming/nominiert/bewerbung-uni-graz/
Students can take a German preparatory course at the beginning of the semester for about 150 Euros. Housing is about 200 Euros per month and meals are about 300 Euros. Cost estimates per month are about 580 Euros.
Each student is responsible for their own transportation, including airfare.
A passport and visa are required. Students must contact the Austria Consulate after their acceptance to obtain a "Visa D+C" in order to study at Graz University.
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