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The Baden-Württemberg Ministry of Science, Research, and Arts presents the 2024 Baden-Württemberg Seminar

The Baden-Württemberg Ministry of Science, Research and Arts presents the 2024 Baden-Württemberg Seminar

This seminar focuses on the German educational system, German-American academic comparability, and student exchange between Germany and the U.S. The seminar provides visits to institutions in the state of Baden-Württemberg (BW), and participants have the opportunity to connect with representatives from the wide variety of institutions in the BW higher education landscape.

Contact AACRAO International Director, Julia Funaki, for more information (funakij@aacrao.org).


2024 Baden-Württemberg Seminar: October 20 - 26 | STUTTGART, Germany

Application Process

Application Period OPENS Wednesday, March 20, 2024
(Deadline: Monday, June 24, 2024).
Decisions Released: Mid-August

 

  • Process

    The AACRAO/NAFSA review committee evaluates applications in June-July. Finalists will be notified by AACRAO in August.

  • Cost

    On-site costs for participants (lodging, most meals and transportation for excursions) will be covered by the BW Ministry of Science, Research and Arts. Participants or their institutions are responsible for the cost of transportation to and from Germany.

  • Who should apply

    Study abroad officers, international student advisers, admissions officers, registrars, and all staff with responsibility for postsecondary-level exchanges and/or institutional relationships.

    • Applicants must be a member of either AACRAO or NAFSA, or both.

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