Salzburg, Austria

The University of Salzburg is located within the Austrian city of Salzburg. Salzburg is the fourth-largest city in Austria and a very historic. The city is nestled in the beautiful foothills of the Alps. The historic Alstadt is much the same as it was when Mozart lived here over 250 years ago and when The Sound of Music was filmed in the city in 1959. 

Program of Study   
The University of Salzburg was founded in 1622 by Prince Archbishop Paris Lodron. Study international relations, art history, music, sociology, German language and more during a summer or semester abroad with AIFS in Salzburg, Austria. Courses are offered in anthropology, art history, German language, history, music, and sociology. No previous German experience is required, as language courses are offered at all levels and there is a selection of courses taught in English for all AIFS students. Semester students with a working knowledge of German can apply to volunteer in the community. The program is open to high school graduates, college freshmen, sophomores, juniors and seniors.

Living Arrangements 
Students will live in a centrally-located residence hall in either a double or triple room.

Students pay Berry College tuition and the AIFS housing and meals fee.  Also included are excursions, cultural activities, an AIFS resident director and more. Optional AIFS Flight package available. See sidebar for estimated budget.

Students must apply for a student visa with the Austrian Consulate as soon as they are accepted on the AIFS program. Upon acceptance AIFS will provide instructions and the necessary official documents; however, students must contact the Austrian Consulate directly for the appropriate visa forms.

Minimum 2.5 GPA required; no previous German language study required.