Salzburg College is a private college for English-speaking students located in the heart of the Old City in a 16th century townhouse. At the college, students attend classes taught in English by Austrian professors. Classes are small and allow for a close relationship with the instructor.
Students will receive up to 18 transferable college credits in the semester programs and 6-7 credits for the summer.
Required courses (semester program):
•Austrian Civilization (3)
•Music History or Art History (3)
•A German course at the appropriate level (3-4)
•1-2 elective courses
No previous study of German is required. Students may select electives from an approved list, primarily composed of humanities and social sciences courses.
During the summer program, students are expected to enroll in two classes and will receive 6-7 credits.
•Homestay and most meals in Salzburg (except during college break and field trips)
•Major field trips (two for the semester program, one for the summer program)
•Some required cultural activities
•Visa (for semester students only)
•Home institution tuition and fees, if applicable
•Some meals during major field trips
•International Student ID card
•Fees associated with certain courses
ICISP students participating in the semester program will automatically be granted a $1,000 scholarship from Salzburg College, which is reflected in the ICISP program cost.
Lodging and Meals:
Housing is provided in Austrian homes with local families. Meals will be provided by the host family, except for lunch, which is provided via the college meal plan.
For additional information on this program, please contact the ICISP Representative at your institution.