Bremen's city hall, cathedral and Bürgerschaft; photo credit: Jürgen Howaldt

Bremen, Germany

CSB Students in Bremen, Germany

CSB students in Bremen, Germany during Summer 2016

CSB Students in Bremen, Germany

CSB students in Bremen, Germany during Summer 2016

CSB students in Bremen, Germany

CSB students in Bremen, Germany during Summer 2016

CSB students in Bremen, Germany

CSB students in Bremen, Germany during Summer 2016

Hochschule Bremen University of Applied Sciences, Bremen, Germany

Location Information:

Bremen is a major cultural and economic hub in the northern regions of Germany. Bremen is home to dozens of historical galleries and museums, ranging from historical sculptures to major art museums, such as the Übersee-Museum Bremen. Bremen is a short train, plane or bus ride away from Amsterdam, Berlin, Munich, Copenhagen or France. Bremen is home to the Schlachte Embankment area, which is an array of restaurants, bars, picnic tables and year-round Octoberfest activities.

Program Duration

Two Years - Dual Degree Program (TABSA)

  • Dates: Early September - following year late July
  • Courses offered in English: see Hochschule website
  • Application Deadline: April 1
  • Information Sessions: TBD
  • Cost:
    • This program is offered as an Exchange. Students will pay regular tuition and fees to UNCW.
    • Estimated Airfare – $1,500

Academic Year

  • Dates: Late September - Late June
  • Courses offered in English: see Hochschule website
  • Application Deadline: April 1
  • Cost:
    • This program is offered as an Exchange or Study Abroad option. Please contact OIP to discuss tuition costs.
    • Estimated Airfare – $1,500

One Semester

  • Dates: Early March - Late June
  • Courses offered in English: see Hochschule website
  • Application Deadline: October 1
  • Cost:
    • This program is offered as an Exchange or Study Abroad option. Please contact OIP to discuss tuition costs.
    • Estimated Airfare – $1,500

Summer

  • Program Overview: A welcoming dinner will start your summer adventure where you will begin to experience the culture of Germany along the famed river Weser. Take classes taught in English with students from over 12 countries giving the courses a true international flavor.  In addition to class work you will take a walking tour through neighborhoods from the 15th century, tour the home city of the Volkswagen headquarters and other businesses in the Bremen area. The summer weekends are packed with open air festivals and river activities. 
  • Dates: July 7-August 3, 2017 (Summer II)
  • Courses: INB 300 + MKT 340 + up to 9 other potential business courses
  • Information Sessions: Monday, November 13, 5pm | CIS 1007
  • For Estimated Program Cost Information, Please Visit the Office of International Programs Website

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