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Bonn International Summer Course

Bonn International Summer Course
For students who have already applied to the year-long program at Bonn (or another German partner institution for the year), the Bonn Summer course will give students additional language training.
Location: 
Bonn, Germany
Language of Instruction: 
German
Term: 
Summer
Academic Disciplines: 
Germanic Languages & Literatures
Program Type: 
Summer Non-Faculty Led
Highlights: 
  • Improve your German language skills before spending an academic year at Bonn or another German partner institute
  • KU students will earn 3-5 credit hours upon completion of the program
Program Summary: 

The Summer Course is designed to provide students with a comprehensive and practical understanding of German culture and traditions as well as contribute to fostering international friendships. German language classes will take place in the morning and work groups as well as excursions in the afternoon. Classes will be small (12-14 participants), and there will be an assessment test first to ensure that students' individual needs and expectations are taken into account.  KU students will earn 3-5 KU credits for the program, depending upon their language level.

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Eligibility: 

To take part in the Bonn Summer Course, students must have already applied to the year-long program at Bonn (or another German partner institution for the year), as the Summer Course is ideal for students accepted a year-long German program but require some additional language training.
 


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