The 25th annual International Summer School Schmalkalden is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to explore Germany while learning about its history, culture, and economy. Additionally, students can choose to take modules in cross-cultural management offered by accomplished professors from around the world. The program includes a one-week cultural tour of Berlin guided by a local Berliner that features trips to the Brandenburg Gate, Berlin State Opera House, Berlin Castle, cathedrals, the Reichstag, a Holocaust memorial, Hitler's bunker, the Museum of Terror, the Berlin wall, and much more. The next two weeks are spent in Schmalkalden, where students participate in more tours, a Midnight-Sun Lecture in the forest, the Schmalympics, five open-air concerts on campus, fireworks, and the Schmalkalden University of Applied Sciences graduation ceremony.
Included in Program Fee
The fee of EUR 1,790 (approx. CAD 2,700) for 2024 includes lectures, accommodations for the entire program, and activities/cultural tours.
Not Included in Program Fee
The program fee does not include U of L tuition for the course(s) transferred, travel between Canada and Germany, and other living/personal expenses such as food.