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Who can apply: UMass Amherst Students, UMass Boston Students, UMass Dartmouth Students, UMass Lowell Students Program Category: Study abroad
Language of Instruction: English, German Areas of Study: Culture, Engineering, Environmental/Sustainability Studies, German Studies, Liberal Arts, Sciences
Minimum GPA: 2 Program Type: Exchange
Program Description:
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An adventure you won’t forget. The Hessen Universities are a unique opportunity to learn interactively with a group of local and international students. Gain a competitive edge by broadening your knowledge in your academic field, improve your intercultural communication skills, network with top experts, and make new friends from around the world.

Available Terms
  • Spring Semester 
  • Fall Semester 
  • Summer Intersession 
  • Winter Intersession
Course Offerings

Hessen has 14 state institutions of higher education comprising six universities, three art academies and five universities of applied sciences. All of the listed schools are open to undergraduate and graduate students. Given the wide variety of institutions, students from all majors will be able to find major-related course work.

Housing

Student accommodation is available in student residences run by the Association of Student Affairs 'Studierendenwerk' (200 - 450 €/month) or on the private market (350€+/month). An accommodation request form is included in the host institution application package sent to you by the Hessen University.

Study Abroad Fee 

For more information on the cost of this program please visit the Hessen university exchange page here and check their FAQ. 

NOTE: This is a Reciprocal Exchange Program. This means that for semester programs room and board will be paid to the host institution but tuition, fees, and other expenses will be paid to UML. For summer or winter programs all fees will be paid to the host institution and not to UML. 

The Campus

Increase your knowledge about Germany and your proficiency in German while studying either in a bustling city like Frankfurt, in a medieval setting like Marburg, or in the Baroque town of Fulda - just to mention a few.

Exploring Germany

You can choose from as many as 14 different campuses with an almost limitless choice of academic programs. Hessen's central location makes it ideal for trips to other German regions or European countries.

Resources

For a full breakdown of the Hessen university exchange options please visit their website here.  

How to Apply

If this program interests you and you wish to apply please make an appointment with one of our study abroad advisors using this link
 


This program is currently not accepting applications.