Princeton-in-Munich, the Department’s summer program in Munich, Germany will take place from June 2, 2014 – June 28, 2014. We offer three courses every June: German 105G (third semester), German 107G (fourth semester), and a German 300 level. These courses combine intensive instruction at the Goethe Institut with seminars on literature and culture led by Princeton faculty.
Requirements for Princeton-in-Munich:
- If you’re new to German, enroll in German 101 in the fall; if you then take 102 in the spring, you can apply for admission to 105G in Munich.
- If your performance in 101 makes you eligible to take the interim intermediate course 102-5 in the spring, you are automatically admitted to 107G. This track completes your language requirement in one calendar year.
- If you have taken either GER 107 or a 200– or 300– level course taught in German, you can apply for GER 300 level Munich course; a brief letter of recommendation from an instructor is a requirement.
Best of all, the German Department is able to offer these programs at a remarkably low price. In 2014, the fee will be $2,800 and will cover all instructional costs, housing in Munich and offer a $1,000 travel subsidy for airfare. Financial aid is also available for students receiving assistance during the year. For more information on GER 105G, GER 107G, and the German 300 level course contact Professor Mike Jennings (email@example.com).
Deadlines: Students currently enrolled in 1025 who intend to take 107G, must turn in their application form in 203 East Pyne by Monday, March 3. Application interviews for 105G and the 300 level course will take place February 24-27 (signup list will be posted on Prof. Jennings’ office door, 209 East Pyne), and application forms must be turned in by March 3 in 203 East Pyne; applicants for 105G will be notified of their status by March 12. All applicants must notify Prof. Jennings of their final decision by Friday, March 14; the program deposit of $280 will be charged to applicants’ student account on March 26, 2014, at which point it is non-refundable.
Selection Criteria: For 107G: admission to German 1025, and a final grade of B- or higher in German 1025; for 105G: successful completion of German 102, instructor’s recommendation and an oral interview. For German 300 level, German 107 or a 200- or 300- level course taught in German is a prerequisite; a brief letter of recommendation from an instructor is a requirement.