Program Details

The Aspect Foundation high school study abroad program in Germany includes placement in a German gymnasium (high school) for a semester or academic year, accommodations with host family, a diverse course load, travel insurance, and roundtrip airfare.
Location:
Berlin, Germany
Program Type:
Study Abroad
Degree Level:
High School
Term:
Academic Year, Fall Semester, Spring Semester, Winter Semester

Program Overview

Program Description:

Experience high school in Germany, steeped in history and beautiful cities and countryside to explore. Grab a bratwurst with new friends, or practice your German skills at a Christmas market or local shop. Studying abroad gives you the chance to make friends and new family members from around the world and develop skills, experience, and maturity that equip you for success in an increasingly globalized world – all while you’re still in high school!

The Aspect Foundation high school study abroad program in Germany includes placement in a German gymnasium (high school) for a semester or academic year, a home stay with a carefully-selected host family, a diverse course load, health and accident insurance, and round-trip airfare. Two years of previous German study is required.
 

Setting Description:
Germany is a republic that plays a key role in the European Union. People are generally warm and friendly, and enjoy socializing. Outdoor recreation, such as hiking, cycling, backpacking, and skiing are very popular in Germany. Germany is one of the world’s largest and most advanced producers of iron, steel, coal, machinery, cars, tools, and electronics. A typical German meal contains a lot of fresh bread, meat (very often pork), and potatoes.
Cost:
Academic semester: $10,300 Academic year: $11,400 Some scholarships available.

Additional Program Information

Requirements:
Must be 14-18 years old at the start of the program. Two years German language study strongly preferred.

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