Germany Summer Internships
Augsburg, Germany Internship
June 1 - July 31, 2019
- Learn about German culture & history
- Personalized internship placement in your field of study
- Language partner to improve your German language
Course & Program Information
Course Name: International Internship
Course Number: DEPT 397
Credit Number: 1-4 credits
Designation: Experiential Learning
Prior German language study is recommended, but not required. Students must have completed 4 semesters before starting the internship and the internship must be related to their major field of study.
Students are required to take this internship for credit; CGE recommends that students pursue a 1 credit internship to fulfill the Experiential Learning requirement of the common curriculum (however only 1 credit is required to participate in the program). The Experience and Professional Development Office can assist with this process
On this program students will have the opportunity to intern at one of the many placement sites offered by the Germany Summer Internships. Students will also be able to learn about the rich history of Germany and the roles it plays in the European Union and the world. Students will work with a CSB alum to find a placement which matches their field of study. Possible internship sites include social and educational organizations, financial institutions, start-ups and medium to large companies. Prior German language study is not required, although some familiarity with the language is recommended.
Program Cost & Financial Considerations
The estimated program fee is $2,475. Additionally, students will pay the cost of 1-4 CSB/SJU credit(s) at the reduced summer tuition rate ($614 per credit).
The program fee includes:
- Housing while the program is in session
- Program administrative costs and fees
- CISI Medical & Evacuation Insurance
The program fee does not include:
- Roundtrip airfare
- Work Authorization Permit (estimate of €50 and paid for on-site)
- Food/Meal expenses
- Personal expenses
- Non-program travel or housing
The Short-Term Abroad Financing Brochure includes estimates for the items not included in the program fee, along with information regarding scholarships for study abroad.
Students have a two main options for their on-site accommodations. One is to live with local German students in shared apartments and the other is to live in fully furnished apartments alone or with other interns from the program.
- Program Advisor: Nichole Matuska, Center for Global Education