Neuroscience Seminar in Germany will return, Summer 2022.
This course is designed as an upper-level seminar style course with an experiential component. Student applicants should demonstrate course background and/or research experience in the neurobiological bases of behavior. Application and registration will be through the College of Charleston, and students from any US college or university are welcome to apply. To apply to the program:
1. Submit a one page letter of intent, curriculum vitae, current transcript and one letter of reference using this google form. The preferred file format is pdf. Application deadline is February 1, 2022.
2. Students will be notified via e-mail of their acceptance to the program shortly after February 1st. After acceptance, students will be required to fill out the online application forms for the Center for International Education. This second step must be completed by February 15th 2022. Follow this link, click “apply”, create an account, and complete the required forms:
If you have questions about this online form, please contact Stephanie Clark, Study Abroad Coordinator, Center for International Education, firstname.lastname@example.org. Along with these forms a deposit for the course must be submitted. The deadline for deposit and forms is early March 2022.
- The program fee of $3595 includes a non-refundable application fee, lodging in both Munich and Berlin, breakfast daily, ground transportation, transportation between Berlin and Munich and medical insurance. This does not include tuition or flights from the US (arriving in Munich, departing from Berlin)
- Tuition for in-state students will be approximately $1,896 and $2,464 for out-of-state students.
- All costs are current estimates and are subject to change due to variable flight costs and USD/Euro exchange rates.
Academic Credit/Transfer Credit.
- The course will be 4 credits and will qualify as an upper level lecture/lab elective in Biology or Psychology for CofC students. For CofC Neuroscience students this course can count as an elective/specialized elective; credits are intended to transfer from CofC to the student’s home institution. The student’s home institution determines if the course qualifies for transfer credit as an upper-level elective in their curriculum.