Berlin, Germany

Global Entrepreneurship

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Information for term Global Entrepreneurship

Application deadline, and cost information.

Application Deadline

November 30, 2018
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Program Deadlines and Pricing Info

  • Deadline: November 30, 2018
  • Dates: Jul 7 – 27, 2019 (3 weeks)
$5,400

Overview

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What better way to learn about startups than to immerse yourself in the startup capital of Europe?

Berlin is a world city of culture, politics, media, and science. The city has become an entrepreneurial hub over the last decade. Its economy is based on high-tech firms and the service sector, encompassing a diverse range of creative industries, research facilities, media corporations, and convention venues.

You’ll work directly with people behind small-businesses in communications, life sciences and environmental services, renewable energy, media and music, and more. Converse with Berlin business owners and customers while exploring the downtown neighborhoods of Berlin, you will notice that most inhabitants of this city speak English.

At the same time, you’ll live in the dorms on a college campus among international university students, and hang out with peers and new friends.

  • Leadership

    More than 45 hours of instruction in global entrepreneurship principles and practices

  • Experience

    Hands-on experience in building, serving on, and managing project teams

  • Certificate

    A certificate of learning in Global Entrepreneurship

Location & Culture

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Explore all that modern Berlin has to offer, with its renowned universities, orchestras, museums, and entertainment venues.

Berlin is arguably one of Europe’s most dynamic cities. After 70 years of dramatic change, Berlin offers an incredible range of activities for all interests.

The capital of Germany is now a fast developing and vibrant metropolis with many different cultures and sub-cultures living side by side. About one-third of Berlin is park land or gardens, contrasting with its urban feel and reputation. The Brandenburg Gate serves as a historical landmark, famous for its association with the Berlin Wall which separated the city in East and West  and in the peaceful revolution fell in 1989. Recently refurbished, it is a national symbol of peace and unity.

During your stay, you will live and take classes at our Global Institute. A former factory, it was recently renovated and boasts beautiful living spaces and state-of-the-art classrooms. Located in the heart of the Kreuzbeurg district - a hub for the arts and digital technology - it is an ideal base to explore the city.

Berlin’s cuisine is a combination of traditionally German fare like meat balls (die Boulette) or mashed potatoes with minced meat (die Beamtenstippe) and endless many dishes influenced by the different communities who have made Berlin home, including two street-food staples: the famous German Currywurst or the Döner Kebab, made famous by Berlin’s Turkish community.

Daily Life

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Daily Life

"In the spirit of entrepreneurship, we have tried to connect with some of the small businesses that have been cropping up in Berlin and this was a tasty option. Marley Spoon is a company that encourages cooking new and exciting meals at home...."

Learn more about daily life on a high school study abroad program by reading our blog posts above.

  • Housing

    Dorms at CIEE Global Institute Berlin

  • Local Support

    24/7 Support from your CIEE program leader and in-country CIEE staff members

Activities

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Sample Activities

  • Visit the German Bundestag (Parliament) and watch the decision making of the politicians through the glass roof.
  • Get a feel for Berlins history and geography by walking along East Side Gallery, through the Brandenburg Gate or climbing up the TV tower.
  • See some street art (graffiti) on a guided tour through the city.
  • Tour of the Olympic Stadium.
  • Tour the Babelsberg Film Studio, the first large-scale film studio in the world.
  • Take a solemn tour of the Sachsenhausen concentration camp.
  • Visit the city of Postdam with its  castle and palace gardens.

 

Dates & Fees

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Dates & Fees

Eligibility

  • Program open to all current high school students: Freshmen, Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors. 
  • For scholarship eligibility requirements, please check our Scholarship page.

Application Fee

$25

Program

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Start Date

End Date

Costs

Summer Session II 2019 3 weeks Nov 30, 2018 Jul 7, 2019 Jul 27, 2019

$5,400

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