Studying in Wittenberg
Colleges and universities establish their study abroad programs, determining what courses their
own professors will teach, what course work will need to be supplemented by local lecturers and
instructors (history, theology, language, culture, etc.) and by hands-on-learning experiences available
in Wittenberg and nearby cities. Colleges and universities also determine how credits will be awarded
to students, how fees are paid, how long the program will run, and how many students can participate.
Colleg Wittenberg will provide colleges and universities the opportunity to cooperate on study
abroad programs, perhaps even sharing resources, so as to make these unique learning experiences
possible for more students.
Playing in Wittenberg
Yes, students can have fun, too!
We believe that overseas study can and should also be fun. Wittenberg offers many activities for
students and professors. Besides annual highlights like the town festival “Luther’s Wedding,” the
Pottery Market, the Wittenberg Cultural Summer with unique concerts and theatre productions,
the Renaissance Festival on Reformation day and the Christmas Market, there are many possibilities
for year-round participation in culture, arts and entertainment.