BGSU'S Undergraduate Program at the University of Salzburg
Study German in Salzburg, Austria

Program Costs

AYA 2013-2014 costs for residents of Ohio:




*Costs for tuition and fees are subject to change by the BGSU Board of Trustees. Residence hall room, excursions, and meal plan costs may change if the exchange rate changes significantly. Non-residents of Ohio pay a non-resident tuition fee.
The BGSU Bursar's Office publishes tuition and fee rates.

What is included?

The charges pay for instructional and general fees, room (residence hall space, including vacation periods); cultural events such as a concerts and theater attendance; use of facilities at the University of Salzburg and the assigned residence halls; costs for courses taken at the University of Salzburg; mandatory membership fee for Austrian Student Union; regional field trips; and two group excursions, to Vienna in the fall and Germany in the spring. As you plan, remember that these fees do not cover U.S. and transatlantic transportation, room and board before and after the official program dates, passport fees, books and supplies, personal travel while in Europe, and other expenses like health insurance and the international student ID card.

Scholarships (application deadline 1 April 2014)

The Dzidra Shllaku Scholarship is available to BGSU participants. Please see the application for details.
The Foell International Travel Award is available to any participant. Please see the application for details.

Think you are ready for Salzburg?
Try taking our Salzburg quiz!
If you are leaving for Salzburg soon, have already been there, or are just interested in learning more about Salzburg, then you should try taking our Salzburg trivia quiz! From Mozart to Red Bull, this quiz will test your knowledge in various aspects of Austrian history, language, and culture!

Leaving soon for Salzburg?
Check out our "Salzburg Survival Guide" page!
We recommend that all students leaving for Salzburg take the GERM 300 course offered at BGSU. It deals with living abroad (possibly for the first time), living in Salzburg, and tips to help you all along the way. For all of those who can't attend this course (graduate students, students from other colleges, etc.) we have a Salzburg Survival Guide!

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