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UCF in Germany | Language and Culture
Munich, Germany (Outgoing Program)
Program Terms: Summer C
Budget Sheets Summer C
Dates / Deadlines:
Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Summer C 2018 02/01/2018 09/01/2018 07/01/2018 07/29/2018
Fact Sheet:
Areas of Study: German Housing Options: Student Housing
Language of Instruction:
English, German Minimum GPA: 2.5
Minimum Number of Credit Hours: 06 Academic Level: Undergraduate
Program Type: Short Term
Program Description:
UCF in Germany | Language and Culture
Munich, Germany
Summer 2017
July 1-July 29 (tentative)

German Language and Culture

Program Description:

“Sprache und Kultur” at the SDI in Munich is the chosen foreign institution that offers a 4-week program for foreign students interested in German language and culture. Language classes take place in the morning (9:00 am – 12:15 pm). They include 20 classroom hours (45 minutes) per week on all levels (A1 – C1) and two excursions per week (mainly in the afternoon). Students will also take a second course with UCF professor, Randall Kloko. Students will be hosted in double room student apartments. 

Students on this program should plan to arrive in Munich, Germany on the starting day of the program.  To arrive on the starting day of this program, flights must depart the USA the day before the start of the program.   Students should not purchase their flights until they have been advised by Study Abroad to do so. Study Abroad advises that you book your flight directly with the airline.

Program Leader: Professor Randall Kloko (

Professor Kloko

Program Courses:
  • GER 1120 Elementary German Language and Civilization I (4 credits)
  • GER 1121 Elementary German Language and Civilization II (4 credits)
  • GER 2200 Intermediate German I (3 credits)
  • GER 2201 Intermediate German II (3 credits)
  • GEW 3480 German Post-War Literature (3 credits)
  • GER 3955 Study Abroad (3 credits)

Learning Outcomes:
  • Students will be immersed in the language in the target country (Germany) in a way that is not possible to achieve at UCF – Language courses are taught totally in German, even for beginners.
  • Students will be immersed in a cultural life-changing experience. They will live like Germans for 4 weeks, going to the stores, going to schools, going on the excursions and learning about the German/European lifestyle. The choice of the different excursions in the surrounding area of Munich will give students a broad opportunity to become more worldly individuals.
  • Students will be taking a German Post-War literature class that will reinforce their literary and humanistic knowledge. This is a course that is not taught at UCF.


Program fee: TBD (2017 cost $2,160)

For details on what the program fee includes please see program Budget Sheet

Payment 1: TBD
Payment 2: TBD

The following services are included as part of the program fee:
  • Housing
  • Summer language course
  • 2 excursions per week
  • Airport transportation
  • Neuschwanstein day trip
  • UCF Abroad administrative fee ($350)
The following are not included:
  • Tuition
  • Flights
Program Cost Disclaimer: The program cost does not cover UCF tuition, airfare (unless a program expressly and specifically includes this), independent travel, or personal expenses. Cost is approximate and may fluctuate due to changes in foreign currency or unforeseen circumstances. UCF reserves the right to alter or cancel the program at any time. In such cases, the university shall not be liable for airfare, transportation costs and/or any other costs incurred by the student. The UCF Abroad Office will make reasonable efforts to notify students through reasonable means to inform the students to reserve their flights. Students should consult their travel agent about buying travel insurance to defray unanticipated costs in the event travel plans change. UCF will make reasonable efforts to notify students via Knights email when any significant changes are being made to the program. It is entirely within UCF's discretion as to what changes are considered significant.