Only a specified number of students can be admitted; therefore, your application for admission should be made as soon as possible. Acceptance is first come, first served. Space is limited: early application is recommended.
Fees for 2015 five-week program:
$1740 Undergraduate tuition
$4140 Graduate tuition
$2675 Room and board
Participants not living on campus pay a fee of $580 for the five-week program. This fee covers lunches, excursions, and all extracurricular activities organized by the Sommerschule.
Fees for the 2015 one-week Teacher Training Seminar (Lehrerfortbildungsseminar):
$367 Graduate tuition (1 credit)
$734 2 credits (one-week program)
$1468 4 credits (two weeks)
$610 Room and board for the one-week program
Participants not living on campus pay a fee of $160 for the one-week seminar. This fee covers lunches, a Sunday excursion (including meals), and all extracurricular activities organized by the Sommerschule.
1-3 additional graduate credits available at an additional charge
All fees are payable directly to PSU.
Teacher Training Seminar Scholarships
The Goethe-Institut has available a number of scholarships for teachers who enroll in the Teacher Training Seminar. For information, please see:
Deutsche Sommerschule am Pazifik Baden-Württemberg Scholarship
Each year, the state of Baden-Württemberg offers a student at the Deutsche Sommerschule am Pazifik a substantial scholarship to study in Germany. The award may be used to cover any costs incurred while in Germany (for 10 months). The award does not include flight costs to Germany. The scholarship is for one academic year starting in September, and the student has twelve months to prepare for the year abroad. The award may be used at any of the institutions of higher learning in Baden-Württemberg. Selection for the award is made regardless of present academic standing. Students need not be enrolled in a degree program at the present time nor at the time of the award.
The Deutsche Sommerschule am Pazifik is supported by generous funding from the Max Kade Foundation of New York and the Goethe-Institut.
For specific program information call (503) 725-5294.