** Students will be notified of acceptance by email and through their online application.
Dr. Sebastian Rand
College of Arts & Sciences
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The Program: The exchange program with the Philosophy Department at the Universität Bielefeld offers MA students at Georgia State the opportunity to study at one of the finest philosophy departments in Europe. Their faculty specialize in Philosophy of Mind and Action, Ethics, Political Philosophy, Philosophy of Law, Philosophy of Science, Philosophy of Language, Epistemology, Philosophy of Mathematics, Metaphysics, and the History of Philosophy. Students interested in German philosophy, and in improving their command of philosophical German, are strongly encouraged to apply.
Bielefeld will supply two assistantships worth 440 euros/month to exchange students from Georgia State. It is possible in any given year that more unfunded and/or funded positions may become available.
Eligibility: Graduate students in Philosophy.
*International students at Georgia State who hold F-1 visas must contact the Office of International Students and Scholar Services at 404-413-2070 to discuss possible implications of study abroad for their immigration status.
Courses and Credit: Students will earn Georgia State University credit for their courses.
Accommodations: Please contact Program Director for more information.
Costs: Regular Georgia State University tuition and fees, please see Tuition Rates plus mandatory international medical insurance. Students are responsible for airfare, lodging, food, and personal expenses.
Contact: Dr. Sebastian Rand, Philosophy Department, College of Arts & Sciences