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University of Applied Sciences in Schmalkalden

Schmalkalden University of Applied Sciences was established in 1902 as a school for craftsmen in an area already famous for “Schmalkalden articles”—awls, curry combs, drills, pliers, nails and buckles. Once a walled city, later a part of East Germany, Schmalkalden is nestled on the slope of the Thuringian Forest and is famous for its quaint “fachwerk” houses and for Wilhelmsburg Castle.

Schmalkalden University is a small university of about 2,900 students and offers courses designed to match the industry of the area.   Courses available include: 

  • Business  
  • Economics
  • Business Law
  • Accounting
  • Computer Science
  • German Language and Culture

Many courses are taught in English.  The full list of available courses--usually about a dozen--is available in December. 

Deadline: 1 October for Spring or 01 March for Summer or full year.

Semester in Schmalkalden:  Spring term only. Spring begins in March and ends in July.

Housing: On-campus or off-campus accommodations.

SUMMER PROGRAM:

Schmalkalden also offers a two-week German culture and language program in July and a three-week International Summer School program in June. 

For more information about any of the programs above visit the web site or contact the Liaison for this exchange program.

Dr. Russell Ward

Associate Professor of Sociology

FH 243
(843) 661-4632
Email: rward@fmarion.edu


 


University of Trier (Universität Trier)

 Re-opened in 1970 after a hiatus of some 172 years, the new University of Trier accommodates some 14,000 students and is located on the Tarforst heights on the outskirts of Trier—the oldest city in Germany. Dating back to 16 BC, Trier is the home of a number of architectural marvels, including the Porta Nigra—an ancient Roman sandstone gate—and the Palace of Trier. 

Most courses at Trier are taught in German.  There is also a two-week course offered before the start of each semester for students interested in learning more about German language and culture.

At the University of Trier you can attend courses in the following areas:

  • Humanities
  • Social Sciences
  • Business

Deadline: 1 October for Spring or 01 March for Full Year

Semester in Trier: Spring term only. Spring begins in March and ends in July.

Housing: On-campus accommodation

For more information please visit the web site or contact the Liaison for this exchange program.

Dr. Eddy Harding
English, Modern Languages & Philosophy Department
CEMC 113A
(843) 661-1603
Email: gharding@fmarion.edu
 


University of Applied Sciences in Ludwigshafen (Fachhochschule Ludwigshafen)

The University of Applied Sciences  in Ludwigshafen, Germany, and offers teaching and research experience in  Business Studies.  The student population is 3,000 with 70 full-time teaching staff.

At the University of Applied Science, you can attend courses in the following areas:

  • Auditing and Taxation
  • Business Information Technology
  • Controlling, Management and Information (including International Management)
  • Financial Services and Corporate Finance
  • International Human Resource Management and Organization
  • International Business Management East Asia
  • Logistics
  • Marketing

Deadline: 15 October for Spring

Semester in Ludwigshafen: Spring term only. Spring begins in February and ends in June.

Housing: On-campus accommodation

For more information please visit the web site or contact the Liaison for this exchange program.

Dr. Barry O'Brien, Dean
School of Business
FH 259A
(843) 661-1419
Email: bobrien@fmarion.edu
 


 

Last Published: September 19, 2011 9:59 AM
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