- The German Studies Department is proud to conduct one of Emory's longest standing summer study abroad programs. 2018 marks the 45th anniversary of the program. All of the language courses follow our nationally recognized and newly designed curriculum. To hear more about his exciting opportunity from returning students please click here.
- Vienna is the capital of Austria, and is ranked one of the most liveable cities in the world
- Vienna is the former imperial city of the Austrian-Hungarian Empire and one of the most innovative, prosperous and cultural cities in the world
- Vienna is known as the “City of Music,” because more famous composers (Mozart and Beethoven, for example) have lived here than in any other city
- Vienna population: 1.8 million
Application Deadlines: Applications will be accepted starting December 14. The application deadline is February 15. Emory College Study Abroad encourages students to submit their applications as early as possible, as some programs reach capacity by the end of January.
Acceptance Process: This program accepts applications on a rolling basis.
June 8 - July 27, 2019 (The official program dates are the arrival and departure dates for the program)
- Students must meet the regular Emory College Study Abroad eligibility requirements in addition to the following program-specific requirements:
- Visiting students from other institutions are welcome to apply
- Cumulative grade point average of 2.5 or higher
- GER 102 or its equivalent for GER 201; GER 202 or its equivalent for GER 370A
- All students whose GPA is below 3.0 are required to have an additional conversation with one of the directors prior to the completing the application process.
program participants take two German courses worth eight Emory credit hours. Students at the intermediate level will complete second- year German (201-202); and more advanced students will study Austrian cultural history from a European perspective (370A-370B; taught in German). Austria's position in the heart of Central Europe as well as a gateway to Eastern Europe provides an exemplary educational context for examining longstanding traditions and neglected connections in the region. Because of Austria's rich history, of particular interest is the exploration of socio-cultural phenomena that transcend current political borders.
German 201, 202, 370A and 370B are all HAL courses
GER 201, Intermediate German I
GER 202, Intermediate German II
GER 370A, The Austrian Experience (Hiram Maxim, Ph.D., Emory University)
GER 370B, The Austrian Experience (Paul Buchholz, Ph.D., Emory University)
Students live with families in Viennese homes.
Cost and Funding
A full description of the program costs and billing procedures is described in the budget sheet
Emory undergraduate students who qualify are considered by the Office of Financial Aid for a summer aid award after registration in summer study abroad classes. The amount of the award depends on the number of credits and current financial aid package. Students currently receiving financial aid from Emory are typically eligible. Contact the Office of Financial Aid for information about specific awards. Emory Scholars are informed separately about the procedures for Scholars Summer Study Abroad awards. Emory University Employee Courtesy Scholarships may be applied to the academic fee portion of the summer study abroad program's cost. For more information, please see Summer Study Abroad Scholarships.
Each summer study abroad program will have at least one mandatory pre-departure orientation session and/or other pre-departure activities for accepted program participants. The Program Director will contact program participants with details. Emory College Study Abroad will also offer a mandatory general pre-departure orientation in mid-April.
Summer Study Abroad Refund Policy
Summer Study Abroad Information for Visiting Students
Dr. Hiram Maxim
Department of German Studies
Study Abroad Advisor
Emory College Study Abroad