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  • Locations: Tubingen, Germany
  • Program Terms: Mid-Semester Break 1
  • Restrictions: Only Study Overseas applicants may apply through GLAS
  • Budget Sheets: Mid-Semester Break 1
  • Please read the Program Description for how to apply.
Fact Sheet:
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Click here for a definition of this term Program Type: Study Tour Number of Units' Credit: 03
Academic Level: Postgraduate, Undergraduate Study Tours: Governing Faculty: Faculty of the Professions (Business and Economics)
Program Description:
University of Tübingen EPSS
Applications have closed for this program. The details listed below are for information only and may be subject to change in 2020. Applications for the 2020 intake of this program are expected to open towards the end of 2019.

The Spring School “European Economic Policies” introduces students to the economic policies carried out by the institutions of the European Union. Students learn how economic policies are designed and coordinated in the world’s largest trading power. In particular, we discuss the design and the economic implications of monetary policies, trade policies, competition policies, the common agricultural policies (CAP) and regional policies. We also discuss how the European Union can be developed further, in particular in response to Brexit and protectionist sentiment in the US.
 
The University of Tübingen's Spring School offers a unique opportunity to debate challenges of economic policy that the European Union as well as other open economies are currently facing. Participants enjoy debates with academic experts as well as with local students from Tübingen.
 
The spring school starts with a visit to the European Central Bank or the Deutsche Bundesbank in Frankfurt (on April 15). Then the remainder of the program will be hosted at the Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences at Tübingen University.

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Dates

This program runs from April 15 – 27, 2019.

There will be an information session during the week of March 4. Further details to be provided soon.
 

 
Cost

Program fee for this program is AU$2,600.
 
The program fee includes accommodation, ground transport, some meals and targeted cultural visits (please note that any required visas are to be organised by the student. Visa fees are not included in the program fee).

Follow the link for the program fee cost breakdown.
 
Students will need to enrol in Exchange Studies for Economics Students (3 units) and the usual tuition fees do apply in addition to the program fee listed above.



Financial Assistance
 
Eligible students may be able to access up to AU$6,791 (non-Asia) from an OS-HELP loan.
  
Comprehensive travel insurance is provided free of charge by the University of Adelaide for students receiving credit for this program.

Please note that students may need to pay the program fee, international flights and accommodation costs up-front before financial assistance is processed by the University. Please review the Study Overseas website to check your eligibility to receive financial assistance. 



Eligibility & Selection

Undergraduate Students must have completed ECON 2507 and ECON 2506 in order to be considered for this program. Postgraduate students must have completed ECON 7011 and ECON 7071.

As part of the selection process, students will be required to undertake an online interview through the University of Adelaide’s Vieple software. Students will be required to answer four questions within this interview. Further information concerning the interview will be sent to the students’ email address following the completion of their application and Faculty Approval.
 
The tour is limited to 20 students. Selection for this tour will be made on a rolling basis, based on a combination of GPA and responses to the ‘About Me’ questionnaire within the GLAS application.

 
  • The Professions International Team will shortlist applicants based on a combination of GPA and application responses.
  • The Faculty of Professions will conduct a degree check for each shortlisted student and approve the student for credit. This is an automatic internal process and students do not have to take any action for this to occur.
  • After the Faculty of Professions has completed the degree check, students will be notified of their application outcome by Study Overseas on a rolling basis. 
  • Students will be required to pay the full program fee within 14 days of their selection for this program.



Academic Credit

Once selected for the program, students must enrol in Exchange Studies for Economics Students (3 units).

Please note that the usual tuition fees still apply for the enrolled course, in addition to the program fee.

On successful completion of this program:
* Undergraduate students will receive 3 units of Level III Economics Elective credit.
* Postgraduate students will receive 3 units of PG Economics Elective credit.



Application and Deadlines

 
  • Check eligibility against the criteria above.
  • Make application by clicking 'Apply Now' above, on or before the deadline.
  • Deadline for application submission: 5:00pm Thursday March 07.
Applications have closed for this program. The details listed below are for information only and may be subject to change in 2020. Applications for the 2020 intake of this program are expected to open towards the end of 2019.


Contact Information

For more information about the University of Tübingen Economic Policies Spring School program, including academic and program content, please contact the Professions Support Hub.

For information about applications and administration, please contact Study Overseas.

 
 



Please read the Program Description for how to apply.