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Colby Approved Programs
If you have any questions about the following Colby approved study abroad options in Germany, please do not hesitate to talk to any faculty member in the German Program. For additional information and advice, please contact or visit Colby Office of Off-Campus Study (Eustis 104).
Wesleyan University Program in Regensburg (one semester, January to July). Language program followed by courses at the University of Regensburg with special tutors for American students. Housing in University residence halls or private apartments in Regensburg. Prerequisite: at least two years of College German.
Institute for the International Education of Students (IES) (Junior Year Abroad German Program for a full year or either semester), All courses in German, some taught for American students only and some integrated into the University of Freiburg. Students live in residence halls or student apertments alongside German students in Freiburg. Prerequisite: Junior standing, two years of college-level German, 3.0 GPA.
Institute for the International Education of Students (IES) (European Union Program for a full year or either semester). This program (not integrated into the German university) combines German language courses with courses in English on the politics and economics of the European Union. Prerequisite: At least junior standing when program begins; background in micro- and macroeconomics, modern history and contemporary government helpful.
Institute for the International Education of Students (IES) (one semester or full-year German program). Language struction, IES courses in the Humanities, Social Sciences, (including the city of Berlin), and in Business/Economics, as well as courses at Berlin's Humboldt University. All courses taught in German. Housing with native Germans.
Lewis & Clark in Munich (Full year only, September-July). Orientation and language program followed by self-contained courses and enrollment in regular courses at the University of Munich. Housing with German students in dormitories in the Olympic Village in Munich. Prerequisite: Two years of college-level German. Grade point average of 3.0. Junior standing.