International Economics in Germany
The Economics and International Business study abroad in Germany will provide students with valuable first-hand experience of German business, culture, and policies of social market economics. In addition to classroom instruction and guest speakers from academia and business, we will take an in-depth tour of the European Central Bank and visit German cultural and historical sites. There will also be networking opportunities with business students from the Aachen University's AACSB accredited business program.
Students will have the opportunities for cultural immersion in Germany by visiting sites of historical and cultural importance. Students will also be able to network with the host university's business students and they will be able to take advantage of the university's intercultural community center "Humboldt Haus", which serves to promote contact between international students and German students.
May 10 - June 1, 2019
- ECON 4360: International Field Studies in Economics
- ECON 4085: Special Topics: Economics in Germany
Professor approval required. General requirements: Business majors only; GPA 3.0 or above; 50 completed hours; Prerequisites: ECON 2300 or ECON 2301 or ECON 2302.
Students will stay at the A&O Hostel in Aachen.
Students will be responsible for booking their own flights to Germany according to guidelines that will be provided at a later date.
$1,900 (including $300 deposit)
Includes: accommodations, breakfast, all group meals, transportation during program, admission to sights, and guided tours.
Not Included: Tuition & fees (summer semester)*, $200 study abroad service fee, airfare, meals, spending money, health insurance, books and supplies
*Note: Faculty-led, out-of-country courses do not charge 3 fees: Rec Center, Student Center and Health Center=$275, as opposed to on-campus courses.
January 31, 2019.
PROGRAM PAYMENT DEADLINES
- $300 non-refundable deposit due within 1 week of acceptance into program (assessed upon acceptance)
- $300 payment due February 10th (assessed Feb. 5th)
- $300 payment due March 10th (assessed Mar. 5th)
- $1,000 Remaining Program Balance due May 10th (assessed May 5th)
FACULTY LEADERS CONTACT INFO
Dr. Christian Raschke
Please submit completed program applications to the Study Abroad Coordinator.
After your Application has been approved and the $300 deposit paid, please submit the additional post-acceptance documents to the Study Abroad Coordinator that are listed on the Faculty-Led study abroad homepage.