Student Profile: Carly Lave
"Berlin is truly an anomaly within the greater German country, as it’s an international epicenter for art and youth. Other German cities are more classically German, less ethnically diverse, and take great pride in German heritage of beer gardens and large meals. Ultimately, I wanted to experience and learn about both of these Germany’s."
On Campus Gateway Course: German 88Q, "Germany in Five Words"
Offered during Spring quarter as part of the "Gateways to the World" program, the seminar course above is recommended to help you prepare for your time abroad. Additional consideration during the application process for this program will be given to students taking this course.
As a participant in the Stanford Program in Berlin, you are eligible for placement in the Krupp Internship Program. This internship is made possible by a grant from the German Krupp Foundation (Alfried Krupp von Bohlen und Halbach Stiftung), and provides the opportunity for practical experience in a given profession.