"This is, perhaps, one of my greatest take-aways from the Mainz exchange program: a deep, true empathy for those who come the United States and struggle with the language, the customs, and the culture." - Ashley, Fall 2015
Students interested in speaking with program alumni can browse our Alumni Reference Network. The Alumni Reference Network is password-protected and only accessible to GSU students. Please contact the Study Abroad Office at (404) 413-2529 or email@example.com for the password.
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The Program: The Department of English at Georgia State University and the American Studies Department at Johannes-Gutenberg Universität, Mainz, Germany have formally agreed to exchange undergraduate and graduate students as well as faculty members on an annual basis (October - July). Although English majors are preferred, students from all fields are encouraged to apply for 2 semesters of studies in Mainz. At Johannes-Gutenberg Universität, all classes in the American Studies and English Departments are conducted in English. More than 20 students and faculty have participated in the Mainz-Atlanta Exchange since its inception in 1989. http://www.uni-mainz.de/eng/
Eligibility: Students must be in good academic standing. GPA requirement is 2.5 for undergraduates, 3.0 for graduate students. English majors are preferred, though any major in the College of Arts & Sciences can apply.
*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: Contact the 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. Reiner Smolinski, Department of English, College of Arts & Sciences