The Berlin International Summer School
The Merrick School of Business will once again partner with the Berlin International Summer School to offer four courses in 2022
- Summer School: Applications start Jan. 30, 2022. A rolling admission policy will be in place after Apr. 1, 2022.
This program is designed for UBalt graduate students and advanced undergraduate business students. The Berlin School of Economics and Law offers a variety of three- and four-week summer programs taught in English that explore topics in the fields of business.
2022 Summer Courses
European Business and Economics Programme (EBEP)
- Dates: June 26 – July 23, 2022
- Course Fee: €1010 (approx: USD $1075)
Markets and Management in Europe (M+M)
- Dates: July 3 – July 23, 2022
- Course Fee: €950 (approx: USD $1,010)
All courses include academic support program that in general consist of visits to companies and (political) institutions, and in presentations by experts. The support program is closely linked to the individual modules of each course, thus enhancing the value of the academic course by offering a practical approach. Each module will end with an assessment and upon successful completion of all course requirements, students will receive a certificate.
* Includes insurance package, housing with social program.
How do I participate in the Berlin International Summer or Winter School Exchange Program?
1. Complete the Berlin International Summer School Exchange Program Approval Form (.pdf). Students must be nominated by the Office of the Dean for this program.
Deadline for Summer : Approval forms will be accepted until May 15, 2022 on a space available basis.
2. Complete the Wright Global Business Scholarship application. Award amounts up to $1,200 for eligible Merrick School of Business students. Once awarded the scholarship, complete and sign the Wright Global Scholarship Acceptance of Terms document.
3. Once approved by the Office of the Dean, complete the Berlin International Summer School application.
4. Register for the approved Independent Study course (799/499) for the summer session. The Office of the Dean will assist approved students in this course registration process.
Submit application materials to Kathea Smith, assistant dean for academic affairs and student services at ksmith@@ubalt.edu.
To Receive UBalt Credit:
UBalt Summer / Winter Registration: Independent Study - 499 /or 799 (3 credits). Students are responsible for the tuition and fees associated with this UBalt course. Contact Assistant Dean Kathea Smith (firstname.lastname@example.org) with questions.
Eligible Students: Graduate business students in good academic standing or advanced undergraduate business students .
Application Deadline for Berlin School of Economics program: April 1, 2022. For the application form and more information go to Summer/Winter School at the Berlin School of Economics.
Cancellation: Cancellation until May 1, 2022: Fees are refunded minus application fee. Cancellation after May 1, 2022: No fees are refunded.
Language of Instruction: English, proof of English proficiency (e.g. TOEFL 550/213/80 or equivalent) is required.
Class size: 20–25 participants
German Language & Culture: All business/economics courses include German language and culture lessons at introductory level.
What have students said about the program?
""Going to the summer school Business and Economics Program at the Berlin school is a students best option for going abroad. The other programs are just 10 days - or two weeks if you are lucky. This is not enough if you actually want to get to know a city's personality. In addition, the extended time allows for weekend trips to different European countries. The countries in the Eurozone are so beautiful and so stacked together - it is well worth it to see at least a few more. This is the only trip that allows for that."-Zach Nelson, MBA student (summer 2017)
"Studying in Berlin was a great experience that I would recommend to any student."
"Studying in Germany is one of the best places to go study, have fun, meet people from all over the world, experience Barbarian culture, and visit Europe ."
"Going to Germany opened my eyes to new opportunities, new business strategies and gave me a lot of new ideas."