Program Details

-European Competences and Fundamentals of Intercultural Communication -Internship placement (unpaid) -Project work: Facilitating and supporting sustainable Development in Social Work -German language course -Study trips to Berlin and Weimar
Location:
Fulda, Germany
Program Type:
Study Abroad
Degree Level:
Undergraduate
Term:
Fall Semester

Program Overview

Program Description:
The International Course in Social Work is a semester program designed by Fulda University of Applied Science in Central Germany. It offers the chance for social work students, but also for students of other majors, to experience intercultural learning first hand in an academic environment combined with an internship in a local social work institution. No prior German language skills required.

-European Competences and Fundamentals of Intercultural Communication -Internship placement (unpaid) -Project work: Facilitating and supporting sustainable Development in Social Work -German language course -Study trips to Berlin and Weimar

Tuition is free - living expenses are about 650 Euros per month. Enrollment requires payment of 240 Euros semester fee and includes semester pass for public transportation for the state of Hessen. Up to 30 ECTS credits can be earned (credit transfer depends on home institution) Student tutors provide help settling in and offer activities to get to know the campus and town.
Setting Description:
Fulda, a lively and picturesque town of 65,000 inhabitants, situated in central Germany, conveniently located northeast of Frankfurt, all major German and many European cities are just a few hours trainride away. It boasts a famous baroque quarter and charming surroundings. It offers a safe environment to study and live. The university has a special reputation for welcoming international students.

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