Marist Abroad - School of Management Study Abroad Program at Reutlingen University, Germany
Marist Abroad and the Marist School of Management is pleased to announce a new and exciting study abroad opportunity at Reutlingen University, in Reutlingen, Germany. The program is part of a newly developed reciprocal exchange program between Marist College and Reutlingen University, with students from both colleges undertaking study at the respective partner institution. No previous study of the German language is required to participate in this program.
Founded in 1855, Reutlingen University in Germany is today a leading business school in the south of Germany with strong ties to German and international industries, a vibrant student life, and engaging, English-language business courses. Coursework, co-curricular programs, and other activities at Reutlingen emphasize the international context, practical application, close faculty-student mentoring and contact, and research projects. With just under 4,000 total undergraduate students enrolled at Reutlingen, the University enjoys a close-knit, dynamic atmosphere with a large international student population representing over 80 countries.
This program focuses exclusively on the study of business, though students are also able to enroll in one German language course (no prior study of German is required). Housing is in student apartments near the University, and the International Programs office at Reutlingen offers many non-credit programs, activities, and excursions for international students.
A list of School of Management courses – for which Marist credit is guaranteed – is available from the Marist Abroad office.
A secondary application is not required for admission into this program. Space is limited, so apply to Marist Abroad early to study abroad in Germany!
If you have any questions, please contact Dr. John Peters, Dean of International Programs at firstname.lastname@example.org or campus extension x3330. Marist Abroad is located in Hancock 2007.
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