One graduate is working at a bio research lab in Jena, while another is teaching in Vienna on a Fulbright Scholarship. They are also continuing their German studies at top universities or studying law, medicine, economics and business. Recent grads have paired German with other fields of study including international business, English, music, communication studies and political science. This gives graduates the tools they need to make their dreams a reality.
Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange for Young Professionals
This fellowship allows one to study and intern in Germany in an immersion program.Congress Bundestag Youth Exchange for Young Professionals
DAAD is an organization that provides higher education opportunities for students in Germany.DAAD
This is a summer research internship program for undergraduates in science and engineering in Germany.RISE
This program provides grants for study and research projects or for English Teaching Assistant programs in Germany.Fulbright
Derek Mattern '11
Doctoral Researcher at the Leibniz Institute for Natural Product Research and Infection Biology in Jena, Germany
Biology and German Major; Chemistry Minor
My experience with the German department at Concordia was great! Through the German department, I was able to study abroad in Germany and have not left since. After my graduation from Concordia, I received a Fulbright scholarship to conduct a research project in Germany and have stayed to complete my Ph.D.
Elsa Lund '14
Fulbright Recipient, English Teaching Assistant in Germany
Vocal Performance Major; German Minor
Concordia's global perspective nurtured the interest I already had in world cultures and languages, and I was able to get started on learning many different languages that I wish to gain proficiency in down the road.
Michelle (Pederson) King '13
QA Analyst at Wayfair in Berlin, Germany
Global Studies and German Major; Business Minor
The German department showed a lot of passion in teaching and helped guide me throughout my academic career by challenging me in language courses, which made it possible for me to live and work in Europe after graduating.
Danielle Gravon '10
Art History Student at the University of Manchester and the University of St. Andrews
German and Art Major
I had the opportunity to study abroad through the German department. I chose to study in Mainz, Germany, because it's a city with a rich printmaking and bookmaking history. Both disciplines, German and art, greatly influenced one another – and that's the appeal of an interdisciplinary education.