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  • Locations: Amsterdam, Netherlands; Berlin, Germany; Paris, France
  • Program Terms: Summer
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Dates / Deadlines:
Dates / Deadlines:
Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Summer 2021 03/01/2021 03/07/2021 TBA TBA
Program Description:
Session I: June 3 - June 23, 2019
Session II: June 24 - July 14, 2019
Session III: June 3 - July 14, 2019

Program Description Session I: Begin your study abroad experience in Helsinki, the capital city of Finland. Students will spend a week in Finland before traveling to Stockholm. Students may observe the changing of the Royal Guard (part of the Swedish Armed Forces), visit the ABBA museum, and see the War Ship Vasa - the world's only preserved 17th-century ship. The program will end in Copenhagen, Denmark, where students will have the opportunity to experience many of Copenhagen's most famous attractions. 

Program Desription Session II: Session II begins in Berlin, where students can visit the historically important German Bundestag, the Berlin Wall Museum, TV Tower in Alexanderplatz and go on a spectacular city cruise. Students will then travel to Amsterdam, the capital of the Netherlands. Possible sites include the famous Vincent Van Gogh Museum and going on a special evening canal cruise. The program will finish in Paris, where students will get to climb up the Eiffel Tower, visit the Louvre Art Museum and go on a scenic river cruise on the Seine. 

Program Description Session III: Students, interested in taking part in both, Session I and Session II programs, can apply for the Session III program.

Excursions May Include: Walking tours of Helsinki, Stockholm, Copenhagen, Berlin, Amsterdam and Paris. 

Course Options
Session I Session II
  • Contemporary Topics in Scandinavian Marketing: MKTG 2900
  • Independent Research: MGMT 6500
  • Fundamentals of Communication: COMM 2025
  • Introduction to World Politics: POLS 112
  • Early World Literature: ENGL 2310
  • Music Appreciation: MUSC 1010
  • Principles of Microeconomics: ECON 2020
  • Principles of Accounting I: ACCT 1010/2010
  • Art Appreciation: ARTA 1030
  • English Composition II 
  • Modern World Literature: ENGL 2320
  • Independent Research: MGMT 6500
  • Contemporary Topics in European Marketing: MKTG 2900
Accommodations: Students will be in shared hostel rooms. In most instances, three to six same gender students will be in a room. Depending on the hostel and the city, some rooms will have its own private bath. The program fee covers the cost of two modest meals per day (breakfast/lunch or breakfast/dinner). Alternatively, students may be provided with a stipend in each city to cover some of the meals.
Program Fee Program Fee Includes Program Fee Does Not Include
Session I or II $5,075
  • International Airfare from Nashville
  • Lodging
  • Two meals per day
  • Group Excursions
  • Required ground transportation
  • Limited health insurance
  • $100 Application Fee
  • Tuition for 3-credit hours
  • Transportation to and from Nashville
  • Passport
  • Textbooks
  • Personal Spending Money
Session III (combo) $8,099

A $100 U of M administration fee is already included in the given program price, but students will need to pay the TnCIS Application Fee, which is not included in the program price. 

Application Procedure: In addition to the study abroad application due February 1, applicants will need to complete the TnCIS application by February 1. This application includes the online form, official transcript, and a letter of recommendation.