Program Details – Berlin
The Berlin Summer Program provides undergraduate students of all disciplines with an opportunity to spend 11 weeks in a high-tech city while earning 12 hours of GT credit with GT faculty. This is the newest program created by the College of Computing due to meeting an increasing need for Computing students wishing to study abroad!
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The courses offered through the Berlin Summer Program are open to all majors and are taught in English by Georgia Tech faculty for GT resident credit. Classes are held on campus at the Technische Universität Berlin (TU-B). The course offerings vary slightly each summer, but they are typically offered in computer science, startup lab, machine learning, and others, and are intended to fulfill CS and CM degree requirements and integrate with the Threads curricula. Generally the courses can fulfill credit for Institute Humanities, Ethics, and/or Social Science electives. All courses are typically scheduled to avoid any overlap or conflict in students’ selection, and students are required to register for 12 credit hours (4 courses). The courses often draw on interdisciplinary themes and exploit the unique learning setting of Berlin to optimize students’ academic experience abroad.
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Students spending their summer studying in Berlin can expect to pay an application deposit ($500), program charge, in-state tuition for 12 credit hours, and any GT mandatory student fees. These costs are charged and paid through the Bursar’s Office via student accounts. The program charge includes housing, supplemental health insurance, public transportation in Berlin, program activities, and a few group meals. Students should budget additional money for roundtrip airfare, daily meals (no meal plan), leisure activities, and independent travel. Most Georgia Tech financial aid is applicable to study abroad costs in Berlin, and scholarships including Zell Miller and HOPE are applicable to summer tuition. Additional scholarships are available.
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Students stay in a brand new modern residence featuring fully furnished micro-apartments during their time in Berlin. The residence boasts a number of amenities including: high-speed internet throughout, weekly cleaning service, laundry facilities, keycard access, bicycle and e-scooter rental, and common areas such as a café, rooftop hangout, and co-working spaces. Accommodations in each private room and bathroom include study desk, Smart TV, linens, wardrobe closet, and fully equipped kitchen (note that a meal plan is not included or provided by the program). Located where the neighborhoods of Mitte and Friedrichshain meet in the new creative and commercial district that has grown up along the Spree river, the residence is a half-kilometer’s walk to local public transit and within walking distance of museums, shopping, restaurants and night life, sports and concert venues, and more.
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