A study abroad program in Bonn, Germany for Study of Loyola Marymount University.< read all 3 reviews
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The New Europe Program is LMU’s largest and longest-running study abroad program. The NEP provides students with the opportunity to experience all of Europe and engage in a new culture and travel while attending classes at the Akademie für Internationale Bildung. The AIB has run LMU’s Germany study abroad programs for more than fifteen years.
Students of all majors are eligible to participate as the program offers a wide range of core courses and upper-division major courses in many disciplines (e.g., business, communication, liberal arts, etc.). Courses are taught in English. The course selection in this program is designed to meet core curriculum and upper-division major requirements. Credits/units are recorded on LMU transcripts; it is as if students are studying at LMU except that they are at its European campus. A German language and culture course is required of all students to assist students in communicating effectively during their stay.
NEP students gain a panoramic view of the alliance of nations known as the European Union --an association of 27 countries and over 490 million citizens. Students progress in their major and core curriculum while experiencing a country that is synonymous with intellectual, scientific, and cultural achievement. The study of German and European-specific methods (e.g., by visiting European companies, institutions, museums, etc.) allows students to understand and increase their interest in some of the ...