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Emmanuel College offers two exchange programs for students in specific majors.

Weimar is well known because of its large cultural heritage and its importance in German history.

Weimar, Germany, is steeped in culture and its importance in German history. In the early 20th century, artists and architects like Henry van de Velde, Wassily Kandinsky, Paul Klee, Lyonel Feininger and Walter Gropius came to the city and founded the Bauhaus movement, the most important German design school of the interwar period. Bauhaus-Universität Weimar has been an institution of art and architecture for more than 150 years. Arnold Böcklin, Franz von Lenbach, Max Liebermann, Theodor Hagen and Christian Rohlfs, among others, were associated with Weimar as teachers and/or students. Over the years, the school expanded and now houses four facilities of Architecture and Urbanism, Civil Engineering, Art and Design and Media. More than 4,000 students are enrolled at the university, including 450 foreign students.  


Institution
Bauhaus University - Weimar, Germany  


Who Is Eligible
Sophomore and Junior art majors and minors


Term(S) Available
Spring semester, only


Program Dates
March: Orientation and intensive German course; Early April-Late July: academic term (subject to change) 


Cost
Tuition: Emmanuel College tuition Estimated Living Expenses (monthly): approximately 690€ per month plus one-time 160€ Student Union fee. All regional and long-distance train & bus travel within the state of Thuringia is inclusive in the Student Union Fee. 


Financial Aid
Students may use institutional, federal and state aid on tuition only for this program and will be billed by Emmanuel College for tuition only. Students will pay living expenses directly while in Germany. 

 

Accomodations
Student Residence Halls


Courses Available
There is a mandatory intensive German language course in March of the spring term. The other courses typically do not become available until a few weeks prior to the start of the semester, but they are primarily art courses.

Jönköping is one of Sweden's ten largest cities and it is beautifully situated at the juncture of three sprawling lakes. It is approximately three hours from Stockholm and has a vibrant student community and international community. Just a short walk from campus you will find the long sandy beaches of Lake Vättern. There is a wide range of leisure and sports facilities and the great outdoors is within easy reach, offering forests, mountains and lakes. Jönköping also has a wide variety of cultural venues: theaters, museums, cinemas and concert halls.


Institution
Jönköping University, Jönköping, Sweden; School of Education and Communication Exchange Program  


Who Is Eligible
Sophomore and Junior communication & media studies majors and minors
 

Term(S) Available
Spring semesters, only 
 

Cost
Tuition: Emmanuel College tuition
Estimated Living Expenses (monthly): Accommodation: 2,500-4,500 SEK ($275-$500 USD) depending on location; Food: 2,000 SEK; Telephone: 300 SEK; Monthly bus tickets: 480 SEK; Laundry and hygiene: 250 SEK; Clothing, hobbies, leisure: 750 SEK; Approximate total: 6,280 -8,280 SEK (approx. $745-$945 USD) per month.


Financial Aid
Students may use institutional, federal and state aid on tuition only for this program and will be billed by Emmanuel College for tuition only. Students will pay living expenses directly while in Sweden.  


Accomodations 
Jönköping University guarantees international students accommodations in one of the university's off-campus housing partners in either shared apartments or student residences.  
 

Courses Available

  • Intercultural and International Communication, 7.5 credits
  • Internet and Web Design, 7.5 credits
  • Layout, 7.5 credits
  • Radio Production and Live Broadcast, 7.5 credits
  • Swedish Language, Culture and Society 2, 7.5 credits
  • Video Production, 7.5 credits




 

Application Process

Students apply for these programs through the Office of International Programs. The academic department will make the nomination and select the students to attend. Typically, 1-2 students are able to attend these programs each spring semester.


Tuition

Students on exchange programs will pay tuition to Emmanuel College and will pay housing to the university abroad. Students can use Emmanuel scholarships, as well as federal and state financial aid, on exchange programs.