Study abroad is an important supplement to the study of a foreign language. Spending time in a German-speaking country is an invaluable capstone to a college program in German, which brings a level of fluency and a degree of understanding of German culture that can hardly be attained through classroom study alone.
One of the easiest ways for Rutgers students to study in Germany is to participate in the Rutgers Study Abroad Program. The programs are less expensive than many others, and credits transfer seamlessly to Rutgers Camden. The program offers full-year and summer programs at the University of Constance (Konstanz) in southern Germany. Follow these links for more information about
Programs at other institutions
Students may also receive credit for participating in a wide variety of other study abroad programs. For a website that provides links to a large number of summer, semester, and year-abroad programs in Germany, Austria, and other countries, go to Study Abroad Links. (Credits transfer from most programs, but check with us to make sure before you enroll. The mention of a program on this page or on a linked web site does not guarantee that it will provide transferable credit.)
Career-oriented programs and internships
Post-graduate study abroad
Study abroad does not have to take place before graduation. Fulbright and Rotary scholarships, among others, provide an excellent way of continuing your studies at a university in a German-speaking country, whether or not you are planning to attend graduate school. Unlike most undergraduate study abroad programs, these programs are competitive scholarship programs: you may be turned down, but if you are successful, your year abroad will be paid for. The contact person for both Fulbright and Rotary at Rutgers Camden is Tom Venables. Contact him at email@example.com for more information.