Berlin/Prague Program Jan. 31 Deadline Approaching

The deadline to apply to the summer program in Berlin and Prague is just 10 days away, on January 31, 2014.  Here are some details:

  • Travel is from June 8 to June 24, 2014, with classes meeting from May 19 to June 30, 2014.
  • 6 credits for HIST-T190 (Literary & Intellectual Traditions) and ENG-A399 (Art, Aesthetics and Creativity), which count toward degree requirements for History Majors and Creative Writing Minors, and toward General Education electives for all students.
  • You do not need to speak a foreign language to attend. All classes are in English.
  • You can use financial aid, including loans, grants and scholarships, to pay for the program.
  • Submit the application to Prof. Lisa Zwicker or Prof. Kelcey Parker by January 31, 2014.

For more information, including a video about the program, click here.

Not sure if these cities suit your fancy?  Check out what Time.com had to say about Prague:

[T]he City of a Thousand Spires has become one of Europe’s hippest travel destinations — a cosmopolitan city where culture buffs and pleasure seekers mingle happily in chic cafés and Gothic cathedrals. Whether you’re sleeping at a former monastery turned five-star hotel or dancing in a onetime nuclear bunker, you’ll quickly realize that in Prague, the unconventional is conventional: after all, this is Bohemia.

prague

Prague, Czech Republic

If that’s not enough for you, the Huffington Post calls Berlin “the most interesting city in Europe“; HuffPo blogger Melissa Biggs Bradley says, “Berlin is one of the most exciting, provocative and stimulating places I have ever visited.”

Brandenburg Gate, Berlin, Germany

This is a fantastic opportunity for students of any major.  Download and submit your application today!

If this trip still doesn’t pique your interest, submit your application for the Florence, Costa Rica or Mexico trip instead!

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