The Wesleyan University Program in Germany, run in consortium with Vanderbilt University and Wheaton College, is located in Regensburg, a Bavarian city on the upper Danube. The program, established in partnership with the University of Regensburg, maintains the high academic standards and dedication to a sound liberal arts education for which its sponsoring institutions are known. The program accepts a maximum of 30 students from Wesleyan, Vanderbilt, Wheaton, and other colleges and universities. It runs from mid-January to mid-July, and offers a two-month language program followed by matriculation at the University of Regensburg for the summer semester. Students can take a variety of courses in fields for which Wesleyan grants credit. Courses in the humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences are available. Course credit can be transferred easily to other colleges and universities. Every effort is made to place students in courses from which they will receive the maximum intellectual benefit.
Features of the Program
- Open to students with sophomore standing and above
- Full matriculation at the University of Regensburg, with access to courses in all disciplines
- An individualized tutorial program accompanying university courses
- A two-month language program
- An extensive cultural events program
- Housing with German students in university residence halls