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  1. University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia
  2. Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan
  3. American University, Washington, D.C.

 

City: Athens, Georgia
University: University of Georgia, Athens/Georgia
Homepage: http://international.uga.edu/
University/Programme Coordinator: Oesterreicher
Programme: PROMOS
Individual applications for BAFÖG, DAAD and other grants, no tuition fees
Requirements: Only for business education students (Wipäd) with teaching assistant activity!

Very good knowledge of English.

Number of places: 2
Language requirements at the beginning of the programme:
Accredited Course Achievements (others possible):
Lectures: August – May
Language of Instruction: English
Reports:

 

City: Detroit, Michigan
University: Wayne State University, Detroit
Homepage: clas.wayne.edu/economics
University/Programme Coordinator: Merkl
Programme: PROMOS
Individual applications (Fulbright, DAAD, BAföG etc.) possible
Tuition fees payable
Students in the Economics Master’s programme only pay in-state tuition fees
Requirements: Above average academic grades; completion of pre-diploma or Assessment phase by start of study exchange
TOEFL-Test
550 Pts (PBT)
213 Pts (CBT)
79 Pts(IBT)
Number of places: varies
Language requirements at the beginning of the programme: B2 (English)
Accredited Course Achievements (others possible): Generally: American degree “Master of Arts in Economics”
Demmelhuber, Henselmann, Merkl
Lectures: End of August – beg. May
Language of Instruction: English
Reports: Erlebnisbericht 16/17

 

City: Washington, D.C.
University: American University
Homepage: http://abroadatau.american.edu/
University/Programme Coordinator: Moser, C.
Programme: University Partnership
BaFöG and DAAD travel expenses grant individually administered;
tuition fees payable
Requirements: very good knowledge of English
TOEFL (IBT)
For Bachelor: Washington Semester Programm (Undergraduate), min. 80 Points.
For Master: The Graduate Gateway Program and the Graduate Professional Studies Program are no longer available
Number of places: Varies
Language requirements at the beginning of the programme: C1 (English)
Accredited Course Achievements (others possible): Abraham, Amberg, Bodendorf, Henselmann, Holtbrügge, Holtz-Bacha, Koschate-Fischer, Voigt, Wilbers
Lectures: End of August – Mid-December
Mid-January – Mid-May
Language of Instruction: English
Reports: Erlebnisbericht 16/17
Erlebnisbericht 16/17
Erlebnisbericht 16/17
Erlebnisbericht 16/17
“Washington Semester Program” – Video NTV 2011 – Link