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Fact Sheet:
Regine John
Who Can Apply?:
All, Five-College, Mass Public Colleges, UMass System
Fields of Study:
Accounting & Information Systems, Aerospace Studies, Architecture and Design, Art History, Business, Chemical Engineering, Chemistry, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Civil Engineering, Computer Science, Computer Systems Engineering, Economics, Electrical Engineering, Engineering Management, English, Environmental Conservation, Environmental Design, Environmental Engineering, Environmental Sciences, Finance & Operations Management, Food Science, French & Francophone Studies, French Studies, German and Scandinavian Studies, German Studies, History, Information Technology, Italian Studies, Landscape Architecture, Linguistics, Management, Marketing, Mathematics, Mechanical Engineering, Philosophy, Physics, Political Science, Social Thought and Political Economy, Sociology, Spanish
Host Institution:
University of Stuttgart
Language(s) of Instruction:
English, German
Language Prerequisite:
3 College-Level Semesters
Program Type:
Direct Enrollment, Exchange
Residence Hall
In Classes With:
Host Country & International Students
Minimum Class Standing:
2nd Sem Sophomore
Minimum GPA:
Classification of Credits Available:
Full-time, Grad Research, Graduate Credits, Undergraduate Credits
Program Description:
Bahnhof Stuttgart

Stuttgart, the state capital of Baden-Württemberg, is located in the Neckar River Valley. The city holds 590,000 inhabitants, and the larger Stuttgart Region has approximately 3.5 million inhabitants. Stuttgart is one of the most beautiful of Germany's larger cities; it is spread across many hills, valleys, vineyards and parks. Stuttgart is known for its industrial reputation, (the headquarters for Daimler, Porsche and Bosch are located in Stuttgart), yet the city also provides an abundance of cultural and recreational activities, like the Staatstheater and the Staatsgalerie.

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The university has 160 years of experience in the technical and natural sciences. Today it boasts 130 institutes, 14 departments, and 18,000 students. The more recent addition of curricula in the humanities, arts, and social sciences has introduced a new element into the environment of engineering and natural sciences in this economic and cultural center of Baden-Württemberg.

While the partner universities in Baden-Württemberg offer courses in virtually all majors, most courses are taught in German. More and more courses are available in English, however and to see an overview of which Baden-Württemberg university will have a sufficient number of course options taught in English in your major, please check the BW Study Options for Undergraduates by Majors and the Baden-Württemberg Study Options.

Take a look at the Links to Course Listings in BW and search for courses in your subject areas and also for courses taught in English.

Semester Dates and Academic Calendar

Please note that you will be participating in a pre-semester language course starting in September/March which is part of the program:

Pre-semester Language Courses and Arrival Dates Spring

Living Arrangements

You can rent either single rooms or rooms in shared flats with between 2 and 10 rooms. Our well-designed rooms and modern architecture meet the needs of students and allow you to live both socially and individually. Prices for dormitory rooms range from Euro 200-350 per month.

The Studentenwerk's dormitories are located either in green areas, on the campus or near to the city center. The facilities offer not just student life but also many cultural and international events on your doorstep. New people will quickly meet students from many different countries. What's more, all accommodation is provided with good public transport connections. It is usually just a few minutes' journey into the city center.


IZ Stuzttgart

The program fee includes the pre-semester language and culture course and comprehensive German health insurance for 5 or 10 months for students under the age of 30. Living expenses, including room, meals, and incidentals, are not included in the program fee.


Scholarships of up to Euro 400 per month are available through the program. Graduate students engaged in graduate study may be eligible for up to Euro 500 per month. Scholarships are awarded for 5 months for semester students and for a maximum of 10 months.

Read the Baden-Württemberg Handbook 2017-2018 and find more details on your stay.


  Take a look at the Links to BW Journals and Blogs and read what students in Germany have to say about their experiences.



Dates / Deadlines:
Term Year UMass/IPO Application Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Calendar Year 2019 10/01/2018 10/01/2018 TBA TBA
Spring 2019 10/01/2018 10/01/2018 TBA TBA