Experience one of Europe's oldest universities in Würzburg, Germany!
Würzburg is the cultural and political center of the northern Bavarian region of Lower Franconia with a population of about 134,000. It is a city with a long cultural heritage which attracts tourists from all over the world. Thanks to its central location and its excellent road and rail network, other towns and cities in Germany are easy to reach. There is a direct connection to and from Frankfurt Rhein/Main airport and Nuremburg Airport with the IC and ICE trains running every hour.Students can spend a summer or academic year studying:
Economics and International Trade (taught in English)
- Intercultural German Studies (taught in English)
- Other full academic programs (taught in German)
Click HERE to visit Julius-Maximilian-Universität Würzburg's international student website.
Payable to your Kent State Bursar’s Account:
Summer / Per Semester
- *12 credit hours of KSU Tuition: $4,836 (Ohio residents)
$8,816 (Non-Ohio resident)
- Program/Admin Fee: $250
- Insurance: $42.25/month
- Housing: Various
Expenses While Abroad
While abroad, you will live in residence halls and be matched according to your preferences and availability in the halls. The agreements with the Studentenwerk Würzburg requires a deposit of 200 Euros upon application. Click HERE to access housing information and the application. Students are responsible for their own meals.