The Bavaria+ Lombardia program offers a wonderful study abroad experience with the University of Augsburg. Spend 3 weeks in Bavaria and Lombardia. The program is designed to connect you with other students from around the world in discussion of the various perspectives and solutions of policy concerns arising from an increasingly globalized world. This programs pairs great with Bavaria + Berlin.
Places you will visit during the Bavaria+ Lombardia program
Learn more about the Bavaria+ Lombardia program
Please Note: Dr. Audretsch is the professor of record for this program, however, the course is co-taught by faculty from three universities and also includes a variety of guest lectures. Dr. Audretsch will teach several lectures, but you should expect to hear from a variety of people.
V482/V582 – Global Perspectives on Public and Private Sector Interaction (3cr.)
This multidisciplinary course explores theoretical and historical explanations for a range of policy issues in the international system. You will observe that contemporary social and political problems often arise from a variety of sources and grievances, including access to health services, economic inequality, access to educational resources, minority group concerns with equality in the job market, issues of privacy and security in the face of terrorism, and environmental challenges in a quickly developing world. By addressing these concerns in an international academic environment, you will become better equipped with tools and strategies to manage policy problems, identify solutions, and effectively assist decision makers in the implementation of efficient, responsible, and sustainable policies. You will absorb this as you embrace the two European cultures of Germany and Italy and interact with local and international students from the University of Augsburg and the University of Bergamo. Check out the program feature in the University of Augsburg newsletter!
IU Bloomington Undergrads: See how this course counts towards your major/minor at O'Neill here.
Bavaria + Lombardia (3 Week)
Bergamo Medieval City Walking Tour
Furggerei Social Settlement in Augsburg
Dachau Concentration Camp (optional)
Neuschwansetin Castle in the Alps
Visit "Mittelstand" companies
Augsburg City Walking Tour and City Hall-Golden Hall
Guided tour in Munich
Housing in Augsburg, Germany
While studying at the University of Augsburg, you will receive room and board at the centrally located SLEPS Hostel, which is situated in the center of Augsburg. The location is within easy walking distance of the central train station, as well as local tram and bus stops, which you will be using to travel to the campus. In addition, there are several theaters, shopping plazas, bookshops, restaurants, cafes, and a grocery store within close proximity to the hotel. You will live in fully equipped double-occupancy rooms in a modern building. The hotel is secure and frequently patrolled by local police officers on foot patrol. The entire campus is a Wi-Fi zone. In addition, you will have access to a large modern library, study halls, and computer labs in which to study and prepare assignments.
Housing in Bergamo, Italy (Bavaria + Lombardia)
While studying at the University of Bergamo, you will receive room and board at a bed and breakfast in downtown Bergamo. The location is within walking distance of trams and bus stops, which you can use to travel around town during your free time. In addition, there are several parks, shopping plazas, bookshops, restaurants, and cafes within close proximity to the university and housing accommodations.
You will be provided breakfast everyday. Some additional meals will be provided as appropriate during excursions/field trips. Any remaining meals will be left to your discretion.
Note: Your IU Bloomington Bursar account will be charged two amounts for participation in this O’Neill International program:
- O’Neill International program fee (two payments)
- IU Bloomington Tuition
2020 O’Neill in Bavaria + Lombardia Program Fee: $2,000*
* 2022 Program fee coming soon
The program fee will be charged to your Bursar account in two installments:
- A $550 non-refundable pre-payment shortly after you confirm your participation in the program
- The remaining program fee balance will be charged in March, due in April
The program fee for this program includes:
- Medical insurance
- Breakfast each day
- Several group dinners
- Transportation from Augsburg to Bergamo
- Cultural excursions
IU Bloomington Tuition – 3 credits
The tuition cost for this O’Neill International program is based on IU Bloomington tuition. The cost of tuition you pay will vary based on your student status. For more information on the cost of summer tuition, please contact IU Student Central.
You will need to pay for your flight to Germany/Italy, transportation to and from the airport, food that is not included in the program and other incidentals.
The O’Neill Equal Opportunity Scholarship is available to help O’Neill students from IUB and IUPUI study abroad. Please visit our scholarship page for eligibility requirements and application deadlines.
Other scholarships are available on a competitive basis.
The program will be open to IU undergraduate students with a minimum 3.0 GPA, as well as graduate students in good standing. Students from across IU will be allowed to apply. The instructor will review student applications and make the final decision on admission to the program.
During the application period (December 1 - January 21) an "Apply Now" button will be available at the top of this page. You will need to submit the online application by 5 p.m. on January 21.
If you have any issues throughout the application process, please do not hesitate to contact the O'Neill International Office, 812-855-7568, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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