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Princeton in Munich
Munich, Germany (Outgoing Program)
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Program Terms: Summer
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Dept Offering Program: German Program Type: Study Abroad (summer)
Language of Instruction: German
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 Spend June 2020 in Historic Munich, Germany!

PRINCETON IN MUNICH
Princeton-in-Munich, the German Department’s summer program in Munich, Germany, offers three courses every June: German 105G (third semester), German 107G (fourth semester), and a German 300 level course. These courses combine intensive language instruction at the Goethe Institut with seminars on literature and culture led by Princeton faculty.
 
Requirements to attend Princeton in Munich:
 
If you’re new to German, enroll in German in the fall; if you then take in the spring, you can apply for admission to in Munich for June2020.
If your performance in German makes you eligible to take the intermediate course German in the spring, you can to in Munich for June2020.
By enrolling in GER 101, 102-5, and 107G, you can COMPLETE YOUR ENTIRE FOUR SEMESTER LANGUAGE REQUIREMENT IN ONE CALENDAR YEAR, and you can do it before the start of your sophomore year.
 
If you have taken either or a 200– or 300– level course taught in German, you can apply for the German 300 level course, which earns credit equivalent a Princeton course; a brief letter of recommendation from an instructor is required. In the courses have explored Munich’s contribution to modern art, architecture, and literature through a series of seminars and visits to museums.
 
Princeton in Munich also helps Woodrow Wilson School majors fulfill their Language Requirement WWS majors must complete at least one foreign language course beyond the current University requirement. This may be done by (1) taking an additional course (200, 300 or 400 level) in the language used to meet the requirement or (2) taking a two-semester sequence of courses in a new foreign language (101 and 102), which can be taken at Princeton or in an approved intensive summer language program that meets for at least eight weeks and covers at least two semesters of material.
 
Best of all, the German Department is able to offer Princeton in Munich at a substantially subsidized rate. The 2020 fee is $2,900. It covers instructional costs and housing and transportation costs while in Munich. In addition, you receive a travel subsidy of up to $1,000 for airfare. Financial aid is available for students receiving assistance during the academic year. Students should apply for assistance through SAFE. For more information email, aoberlin@princeton.edu or PIM@princeton.edu.

 


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