2017年6月8日 至 8月11日
Track A: Engineering
Track B: German & European Studies
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The International Summer Program (ISP) at TU Dortmund University is designed to offer excellent students innovative, hands-on study opportunities in a wonderful study abroad environment. TU Dortmund University is part of the Ruhr Academic Triangle, in the heart of one of Europe's most important metropolitan areas. The ISP consists of two different tracks that you can choose classes from: Engineering and German and European Studies. In addition to or instead of the track-specific courses, you can also undertake a research project. All courses are in English, and you are encouraged to use this opportunity to acquire basic German language skills or to brush up your German competence in the mandatory German language course. By participating in the ISP, you will build your resume, extend your network, immerse yourself in German culture, and make new friends in a welcoming environment.
German Language Course
The German language course is a mandatory part of the program. Language classes on all levels (beginners, intermediate, advanced) will be offered to improve existing language skills or help you to get started in German. The German language course will be part of your schedule twice a week for three hours each.
Cultural Program and Excursions
A cultural program and excursions are included in the program. You may explore the Ruhr Area, Germany's largest - and greenest - metropolitan area, historical cities like Cologne, and participate in a number of activities in and around Dortmund such as a visit to Germany's largest soccer stadium or the impressive Art Noveau coal mine at Zeche Zollern.
You will be teamed up with German students who will help you integrate into campus and city life (Dortmund Doubles Program).
You can also undertake a research project in addition to or instead of normal studies within the ISP. This means that you can do your research project with a specialist in your area of interest and are also welcome to take part in the German language course and the cultural program and excursions.
Track A: Engineering is designed mainly for students from partner universities from all over the world in the third or fourth year. It is also suitable for graduate students. The Faculty of Biochemical and Chemical Engineering has put together the course catalog and will help you when you have academic questions (see Meet the staff). The program is complemented by two mandatory courses in German language and culture ("German Language Course" and "Germany - Politics, Culture & Society").
Track B: German and European studies is offered for American and other international students interested in German language, literature and culture in European and global contexts. The Faculty of Culture Studies will advise you in academic questions (see Meet the staff).