|German major Ben Finke took this photo of students in a Stocherkahn
race on the Neckar River during his year in Tübingen.
Study abroad is a vital part of the German program at Valpo.
Whether you're planning on being a German major, a German minor, or just
taking one or two courses, you should be able to find space in your
schedule to study in Germany for at least one semester.
Valpo offers three distinct study abroad opportunities in Germany:
1) You can spend a semester at our study center in Reutlingen, where
Resident Director from Valpo teaches classes and runs the program. Check out the Reutlingen study abroad blog! You should also consult the travel guide called Short Trips from Reutlingen: A Travel Guide for Valpo Students.
2) You can study for a full year at the university in Tübingen, where you
take an orientation course and then launch right into real courses in
German at the university.
3) If you are an organ student you can study for a semester in Rottenburg
at the Hochschule für Kirchenmusik.
Visit the Office of International Programs
to learn more.