Austria - Salzburg

Study abroad amidst mountains and Mozart on CSB/SJU’s longest running program! Live and study in Salzburg, Austria, a city of 150,000 residents.  Over the course of the semester you will study German language and also explore European history, culture, art, and politics through courses (taught in English), visits to local museums and historical sites, and program related excursions throughout Austria.

Explore complete Austria-Salzburg Program details on the CSBSJU-Global Portal.


German language instruction is an integral part of the academic program in Salzburg. In addition to German language and grammar, courses taught in English in art history, political science and philosophy are offered. All courses are offered to only CSB/SJU students.

  • COLG 385 - Study Abroad Seminar (4 cr) (IC/EL; CS/GL/EX)
  • GERM 115 - Beginning German I Abroad (4 cr)
  • GERM 116 - Beginning German II Abroad (4 cr)
  • GERM 215 - Intermediate German I Abroad (4 cr)
  • GERM 216 - Intermediate German II Abroad (4 cr)
  • GERM 360 - Advanced Grammar Abroad (4 cr)
  • ART 350 - Renaissance and Baroque Art History (4 cr) (FA; AE)
  • PHIL 327 - Existential Ethics (4 cr) (ES or HM; HE)
  • POLS 341 - European Politics

For course descriptions, refer to the CSBSJU-Global Portal.


Participants live in student dormitories with other international students. These two person rooms offer a private bathroom, kitchen facilities, and basic amenities, including internet.

Financial Considerations

During a semester abroad, CSB/SJU students pay the same tuition as if on campus. Instead of paying CSB/SJU Housing and Meal Plan, all students studying abroad pay an Education Abroad Program Fee.  Find Program Fee information on the CSBSJU-Global Portal

Students should plan early for a successful study abroad experience.  Financial aid and scholarships may be available to help with the program costs, but must be searched out well in advance.

Please note: To obtain the required visa to study on this program you will need to travel to an Austrian Consulate in the US for visa processing (most commonly, Chicago). This is not included in your program fee. Further information about dates and process will be provided by CGE after your acceptance to the program.

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