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  • Locations: Tübingen, Germany
  • Program Terms: Summer
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  • This program is currently not accepting applications.
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Program Description:

OUS Tubingen Spring IntensiveProgram Overview

Historic Tübingen, a beautiful university town located along the Neckar River in the southwestern German state of Baden-Wuerttemberg. With 25,000 students among its 85,000 inhabitants, Tübingen combines the vitality of a young and cosmopolitan student community with the charm of a lovingly restored medieval town of half-timbered houses, narrow alleyways, and steep gabled roofs. Nestled in the Schwabian Alb, Tübingen is surrounded by rolling countryside with hiking and cycling paths to enjoy, castles to explore, and easy train connections to both major cities and quaint villages. 

Program Focus

Participants in the International Summer Course will not only learn German language, they will also become knowledgeable about contemporary German society, politics, and culture. After each day’s lessons, there is a selection of interesting activities and courses to choose from.

The courses are taught by experienced bilingual instructors. They are assisted by German tutors who help in different areas such as homework, conversation, projects, etc.  There are up to eight class levels for students with elementary to intermediate knowledge of German (A2 – B1/2). Classes are small (16 participants max.) and usually have two teaching staff.  Every weekday students will have four hours of language lessons in the morning and a two-hour tutorial in the afternoon. The course encompasses intensive training in writing and speaking, grammar, reading comprehension, intercultural general knowledge and everyday culture.  In addition, course participants prepare projects on subjects of their own choice within the fields of language and knowledge of Germany. Along with the additional activities, the course comprises approximately 32 contact hours per week.

Fact Sheet

Education Abroad Advisor Rachel Landers
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Program Provider IE3 Global
Program Dates IE3 Global Calendar
Areas of Study
  • International Studies
  • European Studies
  • German
Credits 4 quarter credits
Language of Instruction German
Host Country Language German
Housing Residence Hall
Class Standing Eligibility
  • Sophomore
  • Junior
  • Senior
  • Post-Baccalaureate
Minimum GPA 2.50
3.00 in German coursework
Language Requirement 3 terms of college level German (1 year of college study)

Program Costs

Program Fees PSU Fees

Program Fee Includes the following:

  • academic and administrative fees
  • housing
  • study materials
  • excursions
  • field trips and other activities
  • orientation expenses
  • on-site suppory
  • health and accident insurance

Scholarships




This program is currently not accepting applications.