ISEP Direct: Eichstaett - Study Abroad at Katholische Universität Eichstätt - Ingolstadt

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About this program:Eichstaett is a picturesque city located on the Altmuhl River, in the lower Bavarian region. As the smallest university in Germany, students here can excpect an intimate classroom environment, and easy access to professors. The ... read more

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Eichstaett is a picturesque city located on the Altmuhl River, in the lower Bavarian region. As the smallest university in Germany, students here can excpect an intimate classroom environment, and easy access to professors. The university is divided into two campuses:
Eichstaett: Just 70 miles north of Munich, this is one of Bavaria's most historic cities. Students can take courses in humanities, language, literature, philopsophy, education and theology!
Ingolstadt: Ingolstadt is home to the faculty of Business and Economics (WFI), which offers a full curriculum of courses in English and is located just a short shuttle bus ride away from Eichstaett.
The university considers its humanities programs especially appropriate for ISEP participants. Eichstaett is particularly strong in modern languages (including computer linguistics) and literature, combined with an interdisciplinary approach to the history, society, and regions in which the languages are spoken. The university library at Eichstaett has been ranked number 1 in Bavaria and number 3 nationwide (after Konstanz and Bielefeld). The WFI (Faculty of Business Administration and Economics in Ingolstadt) has already been ranked among the top German universities in a number of respected polls. Therefore the Ingolstadt School of Management is continuing to prepare tomorrow's managers and executives optimally for economy of the 21st century. Note: US students need to have a minimum of 15-20 US credits in Business/Economics to be admitted at WFI.
KU offers English-taught classes, which might be especially interesting for students with only a basic knowledge of German. Classes taught in English: History, Journalism, Business and Economics, Sociology as well as nearly all classes offered in the department of English and American Studies.

Students: ISEP programs are only open to students presently enrolled a an ISEP member universities. Click here to check  If your school is not a Member, please click the "Hosted at" link the top of the page and consider the Direct Enroll and Exchange option for this university or one of the providers listed.

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