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Reutlingen is a town of about 95,000 located in the southwest part of Germany, near the major city of Stuttgart. It is located between the Black Forest and the Swabian Jura, both areas of geographical interest and beauty. The town’s center boast... read more

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I have a new found appreciation for international students and their travels here. It was absolutely worthwhile, I have a new confidence with tackling things as well. - Valparaiso University View Entire Review
A student studying abroad with Valparaiso University: Reutlingen - Hochschule Reutlingen
I gained so many things from my experiences. It was definitely worthwhile and then some. I learned more about the culture in both Germany and the US. I have learned to give more respect to the international students that come to the US. I have gain more confidence in myself. I have learned about different European cultures. - Valparaiso University View Entire Review
The international experience available from going to Reutlingen is incredible. There are more than just Germans at this university, and you can meet people from all over the world. I am presently planning on going back to Germany to begin my masters program. - Valparaiso University View Entire Review
Yes, it was beyond amazing! - Valparaiso University View Entire Review
Probably the best decision I have made for my college career - Valparaiso University View Entire Review
Wouldn't trade it for the world - Valparaiso University View Entire Review
Yes. i can speak the language better and I have friends all around the world. - Valparaiso University View Entire Review
Yes! As far as my academic interests go, however, the program has only compressed the time I have to complete them... it's not easy to get an Engineering degree in 7 semesters. This time was worth the extra work, but I didn't enjoy it for what it brought to the table academically.. - Valparaiso University View Entire Review
Yes, I gained a lot from this experience - Valparaiso University View Entire Review
I loved the time that I spent traveling. Looking back at my time in Germany, i remember most fondly the time I spent without other members of my group because it was then that I did the things that appealed the most to me rather than what the group decided to do. This gave me a sense of independence and confidence about travel... - Valparaiso University View Entire Review
Past Review
DEFINITELY WORTHWHILE! I've gained a sense of all-around confidence and am certainly more culturally enlightened. - Valparaiso University View Entire Review
Past Review
Of course it was, the ability to travel and see all of Europe in a semester abroad was incredible. Nothing I have ever done in my life can compare to it. - Valparaiso University View Entire Review
I learned so much about other cultures and learned a lot about myself and how I interact with people. I definitely became a lot more independent and responsible throughout the semester. Definitely worthwhile!! - Valparaiso University View Entire Review
Yes it was worthwhile - Valparaiso University View Entire Review
Definitely. Every person should go abroad for at least a semester at some point in their life. - Valparaiso University View Entire Review
Yes - Valparaiso University View Entire Review
The experience helped me learn more about myself. My limitations and shortcomings became very apparent, especially my language skills. I also learned to be very flexible and not make too many assumptions in new environments - Valparaiso University View Entire Review
Yes. i can speak the language better and I have friends all around the world. View Entire Review
A student studying abroad with Valparaiso University: Reutlingen - Hochschule Reutlingen
Absolutely. I gained such a different view of everything. Especially of my own country! Instead of coming home and hating all of the things that were different, I became so much more patriotic! Those things that people in Europe didn't like were some of the things that make me proud to be an American. I gained so much more pride... - Valparaiso University View Entire Review
Past Review Reutlingen 86!
Gained an understanding how Americans are viewed in a different society. I am now more aware of issues in other countries, specially those taking place in baden wurttemberg - Valparaiso University View Entire Review
My choice to study abroad was probably one of the best decisions that I have ever made. - Valparaiso University View Entire Review
My study abroad experience was definitely worthwhile. I gained a lot of confidence in my own ability to put myself where I feel vulnerable and learn from that experience. I learned how to tolerate being around people you don't like all of the time. It was a nice change of pace for me academically. I was starting to get tired o... - Valparaiso University View Entire Review
Words can't put it all together. I'm more confident, responsible and independant after a semester looking after myself. Add to it a new awareness of the broad range of differences and similarities between the cultures and it's a truly eye-opening experience. Entirely worth it. - Valparaiso University View Entire Review

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Reutlingen is a town of about 95,000 located in the southwest part of Germany, near the major city of Stuttgart. It is located
between the Black Forest and the Swabian Jura, both areas of geographical interest and beauty. The town’s center boasts remnants
of a city wall and medieval fortifications. Students walk through lovely residential areas and a park on their way from campus to
downtown (about a 20-minute walk) or they can take one of the convenient Reutlingen buses.
• Students are housed in modern dormitories on the campus of the Hochschule. They live in double rooms with other VU students.
Kitchens are located on each floor of the dormitories, but many students choose to eat their main meal each day in the cafeteria.
Classes are also held on the campus within easy walking distance of dormitories and the cafeteria.

Program Type(s):
Study Abroad
Program Length(s):
Unknown
Instruction Language(s):
  • German
  • English
Language Requirement(s):
  • German
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