Laying in central Europe, Germany is one of the largest European countries as well as one of the wealthiest in the world. From the flat, fertile plains of the north to the snow-capped peaks of the Bavarian Alps, the German landscape is extremely v...
Laying in central Europe, Germany is one of the largest European countries as well as one of the wealthiest in the world. From the flat, fertile plains of the north to the snow-capped peaks of the Bavarian Alps, the German landscape is extremely varied. Find out what it is like to live as a German teenager while living with a host family and attending a local public high school. No previous German language ability is required, but you should be motivated to learn about the language and culture.
10, 5, or 3 month program starts in either January or August
Must be between the ages of 14 and 18
No prior German language required
Optional 2 week language and orientation camp
School year starts in August
Placed with volunteer host family
Application Deadlines: 10/15 for January, 4/15 for August
Council for Educational Travel, USA (CETUSA) is celebrating its 20th year of coordinating international high school student exchanges. As part of the celebration, CETUSA is announcing the creation of the CETUSA Founder’s Scholarship for study abroad in honor of founder Rick Anaya. This scholarship will full cover program fees for an academic year study in Germany.
Deadline for entries for the 2016-2017 academic year is February 1, 2016.
This scholarship will cover the program fees for an academic year. The participant is still responsible for the insurance fees and personal spending money.
Below are the elements required for a scholarship application:
A fully completed application for the study abroad program in the country of interest. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to request the application.
Completed essay questions. Each response should be no longer than 500 words.
1) Why do you want to study abroad?
2) Where do you see yourself in 5 years?
3) Who is the most influential person in your decision to study abroad?
One academic letter of recommendation.
One letter of personal recommendation.
Letter of parental support for student participation in the program.