Study Abroad in Germany - Application Deadline December 1

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The Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange for Young Professionals fellowship
(CBYX) offers 75 students and recent graduates the chance to immerse
themselves in the German language and German culture for one year.  CBYX is
open to applicants in all career fields, though those in business,
engineering, technical, vocational, scientific, and agricultural fields are
preferred.  Previous German language knowledge is not required, but is
strongly preferred.

The CBYX program year consists of:
- 2 months of intensive German language instruction
- 4 months of classroom instruction at a German university or vocational
school
- a 5-month internship with a German company or organization in the
participant's career field
- housing in homestays, shared-apartments, or student dorms for full
immersion, plus a range of financial benefits

For more information on CBYX, and to apply online, visit www.cbyx.info.

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The Baden-W├╝rttemberg Stipendium "Work Immersion Study Program" (WISP) is
currently accepting applications from students at community colleges in the
US, who would like to complete an internship in Germany during the upcoming
summer.  WISP is offered exclusively to students pursuing an associates
degree at the time of application.

The WISP fellowship includes:
- one month of intensive German language training at the Carl Duisberg
Centrum in Radolfzell
- a two-month (July-August) internship placement in a German company in the
participant's career field
- accommodations in an apartment or with a German host, plus a range of
financial benefits

WISP is funded by the Baden-W├╝rttemberg Stiftung. For more information on
WISP, and to apply online, visit www.wispgermany.org

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