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KIIS - Berlin, Germany
Berlin, Germany
Program Terms: Summer
Homepage: Click to visit
Dates / Deadlines:
Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Summer 2016 02/15/2016** Rolling Admission TBA TBA
Summer, 2016 NOTE: Early-bird deadline= January 20th (save $100 off program fee); Earlybird notification is Feb. 1/Regular notification March 5. Please note that programs may fill during the early-bird application period.

** Indicates rolling admission notification. Applicants will be notified of acceptance and be able to complete post-decision materials as admission decisions are made.
Fact Sheet:
Click here for a definition of this term Minimum GPA: 2 Click here for a definition of this term Class Status: Sophomore
Click here for a definition of this term Language of Instruction: English Language Courses Offered: None
Click here for a definition of this term Prior Language Study Required: None Click here for a definition of this term Academic Subject: Art, History
Program Type: Consortium
Program Description:

Visit www.kiis.org to learn more or apply to this program

 

Program Fee
Option 1 (without airfare): $3,750
Option 2 (with airfare): no group airfare offered
PLUS $250 application fee

Download estimated cost of attendance sheet: KIIS Berlin Summer 2016 Budget Estimate.pdf

Course Offerings
http://www.kiis.org/go/BerlinCourses.php

Program Description
Based in Berlin's vibrant and centrally located Prenzlauer Berg district, the KIIS German Culture summer program affords participants a unique chance to explore Germany's thriving capital, art, culture, and history. Instruction is divided between formal classwork in the seminar room of our modern hostel, field workshops or studio sessions, and guided excursions providing students direct contact with the city, its streets, and its cultural heritage.

Classes are generally held in two 2-hour and one 4-hour block each week, with the intention of spending the shorter periods in our seminar room and the longer periods in and around Berlin. Opportunities for individual weekend travel enrich participants' understanding of Europe and Germany in general and Berlin in particular. Class sessions are usually held Monday through Thursday for 4.5 weeks, leaving plenty of time for independent planning. German is not a requirement for this program although an interest in German culture is.

Students should be aware that research materials, computers, and printing are limited on site. Laptops are strongly recommended though not required. Students are responsible for purchasing their own lunch and dinner.

The program director generally arranges several group excursions. Varying from year to year, they may include a trip to nearby Potsdam with its Castle Sanssouci, a visit to the German Parliament (Reichstag), a day outing to historical Dresden, Nuremberg or Quidlenburg, an evening at the Berlin Philharmonic or Opera, and a riverboat cruise on the Berlin's river Spree. We will also share a welcome and farewell dinner.

Please note: No German is required for this program (all instruction is in English). Students with some language proficiency will be able to improve their speaking skills as well as their knowledge of German culture through interaction with locals.



 

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