Program will not be offered in 2010, but may be offered in future; interested students should return to this site for information.
- Two week visit to Germany, including Berlin, the thriving capital of Germany and home to Germany's largest Jewish community
- Explore contemporary Jewish culture in Germany and learn about German Jewish history
- Introductory class on German Jewish history held at Bloomington campus in April
- Learn about the new Germany, after the fall of the Berlin Wall
- Meet with Jewish students and Jewish Studies scholars from Germany to study and socialize
- To Be Determined
- Late Spring Semester class AND Two-Week Study Program in Germany
- 15 IU students, 1 IU faculty
- Class meetings at IUB and 2-week study tour in Germany
- Bridge of Understanding
- Instruction in English
- 2 credits in JSTU H495, Individual Readings in Jewish Studies
- Class on German-Jewish history taught by Matthias Lehmann, Assistant Professor of Jewish Studies & History
- Study Tour
- seminars held in cooperation with Jewish Studies programs at German universities
- guided tours of the Jewish museum in Berlin and memorial sites of the Holocaust
- discussions with representatives of the Jewish community and of other public institutions in Germany
- Shared hotel accommodations
Additional Program Information
You may apply if you
- are an IU degree candidate who is making normal academic progress,
- are in at least your second full-time semester of college (priority given to upperclassmen),
- are a Jewish Studies major or certificate student, or have taken courses in the area,
- are willing to live and travel with a group, and
- have approximately a 3.2 cumulative GPA.
- Most IU scholarships, grants and loans applicable to program costs.
- General information about financial aid and links to additional scholarship opportunities.
To Be Determined
Fee paid to IU: (tuition, health insurance)
- Indiana resident $447
- Non-resident $947
Additional meals: $125 International airfare: $900
Program costs are significantly underwritten by Bridge of Understanding, including room, most meals, local transportation, and reimbursement of two-thirds of roundtrip airfare to Germany. Personal expenses additional.
Program costs are significantly underwritten by Bridge of Understanding, including room, most meals, local transportation, and reimbursement of two-thirds of roundtrip airfare to Germany.
Personal expenses additional.