Programs : Brochure
- Locations: Marburg, Germany
- Program Terms: Spring
- Homepage: Click to visit
- Restrictions: UTDALLAS applicants only
|The following program is a winter program offered at a partner institution. Partner winter programs are considered "general study abroad" and are not part of the UTD exchange agreement. Tuition and fees for winter programs are paid directly to the partner institution itself.|
|Philipps-Universität Marburg (founded in 1527) is the oldest Protestant university in the world. It has been a place of research and teaching for nearly five centuries. The university's diverse program offering in German and English has something in stock for everyone, while the town of Marburg is a picturesque piece of living European history. Centrally located in Germany, Marburg is also a perfect starting point for adventures throughout Europe.
|Learn more about Philipps-Universität Marburg|
|Application and Fees|
|Students must apply separately for the program on the Comets Abroad Portal as well as the Philipps-Universität Marburg website by clicking on the links below.
1. Apply on the Philipps-Universität Marburg website. Click Here
2. Apply on the UT Dallas - Education Abroad Portal. Click Here
|The German Language Winter Program offers intensive German language instruction and cultural events at one of Europe's oldest universities. The regular semester at Marburg will be in full swing, so participants will be immersed in both the language and a vibrant student community. Students will complete a short placement test before arriving in Germany and will be individually placed in courses that match their abilities.
To complement classroom studies, the program also coordinates cultural excursions to Heidelberg and Würzburg.
|For more information, visit the Winter Program webpage.|
|Students will have a single room in one of the university dormitories. Layouts include common bathrooms, showers, kitchens, and shared laundry facilities. Almost all dormitory rooms are equipped with internet access. From the university dormitories, the city center can be easily reached by local bus lines or by foot.|
|For more information, visit the Accommodations webpage.|
|Depending on nationality and length of stay, students accepted to study at Philipps-Universität Marburg may or may not need to obtain a visa prior to their arrival in Germany. In the past, citizens of the US, Canada, Australia, Israel, Japan, South Korea and New Zealand have been able to enter Germany as a tourist, i.e. with only their passport. This tourist visa is valid for 90 days.
Since visa rules and regulations change frequently, consult the nearest German embassy or consulate for the most up-to-date information.
|For more information, visit the Student Visa webpage.|
|Click the link(s) below for more information about the program:
|Program Contact Information|
NOTE: To be considered for this program, you will need to complete an application for both Education Abroad and the program provider.
1. Click "Apply Now" to start the Education Abroad application