CityLAB: Berlin

Explore your passion for architecture, art, history, political science, studies in war and peace, computer science, and German in one of Europe's most dynamic cities.

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Our program is surprisingly affordable. Learn more about tuition, aid, and scholarships.

Costs for CityLAB:Berlin

As a campus of Norwich University, students attending the CityLAB:Berlin program pay Norwich tuition, fees, room, and board as if they were studying at the Northfield, Vermont campus. Students should also budget for flights to and from Germany, travel documents such as a passport and residency permit, and in-country travel.

Aid, Scholarships & Fundraising

Federal Aid All students who study abroad, Norwich and non-Norwich alike, may use their federal financial aid. Your campus financial aid office can help you determine what your federal financial aid resources will be. Institutional Aid Norwich University currently allows its students to use their Norwich institutional aid (e.g. President’s Scholarships or Dean’s Scholarships) during their semester in Berlin. If you are not a Norwich student, it is likely that your institution will have restrictions on using your institutional aid on external programs. Check with your campus financial aid office for information on their policy.

Politi Scholarship

Norwich students may apply for the Politi scholarship to help fund their education abroad travel. The Politi fund was established to increase the internationalization of Norwich University. Typically due dates for the scholarship are October 31st for study starting in the following spring semester or summer or subsequent year and March 31st for study starting in the following summer or fall semester or subsequent year.

External Scholarships

You may wish to search online for other scholarships to study abroad. Here are some resources to get you started:

  • Gilman Scholarship: Available to Pell Grant recipients who will be studying in one country for at least 28 consecutive days. The Gilman Scholarship Program aims to support students who have been traditionally under-represented in education abroad, including but not limited to, students with high financial need, students in underrepresented fields such as the sciences and engineering, students with diverse ethnic backgrounds, and students with disabilities.
  • Norwich International Center Funding Page: You can find more information here on external scholarships, tips for searching for funding resources, and other fundraising ideas such as crowdsourcing.

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