Studying and living in Heidelberg
Heidelberg is regarded as one of the most beautiful cities in Germany and due to its central location it is easy and affordable to discover other major European destinations in your free time. Compared to other German cities, living in Heidelberg is not overly expensive.
Turn your experience abroad into valuable skills
Many students describe their study abroad experiences as "wonderful" and "life-changing" but how do you speak intelligently about the skills, knowledge, and experience you gained to potential employers?
Through the integrated International Career Seminar you will learn how to distinguish yourself in the job market.
Visits and excursions – explore Europe at its best!
A wide variety of excursions are included each semester and are an integral part of the program.
Additionally, explore major European cities during your free weekends, as they are just a few hours away by train, bus, or plane.
APPLY NOW FOR 2017 – semester or summer
Are you ready to take the next step?
Applying is easy and we support you every step of the way - from the day you start planning until after you return home.
If you have any questions during the application process, please contact us.
WHAT'S HAPPENING AT THE ESC
March 3, 2017There is still time to apply to the Heidelberg Summer I and Summer I & II terms. The deadline has been extended until March 15th!
February 17, 2017We are searching for a new Program Manager to run our on-site programs. Responsibilities: Oversee cultural program: plan and execute an orientation and integration program and excursions Manage cultural program budget and petty cash Student support and care: availability to students to assist with problems,[…]
December 19, 2016ESC students visited SAP, the market leader in enterprise application software. Read through Joe Russomanno’s feedback, ESC semester student from The College of New Jersey. As soon as I entered the main building I could immediately see I was in a modern business environment where[…]
November 28, 2016In the spirit of #GivingTuesday, we are happy to announce that the CEPA Foundation supports the cause from our ESC students with their community engagement project at the “Counselling Center for refugees of Diakonisches Werk Heidelberg and Caritasverband Heidelberg e.V.” at Patrick-Henry-Village in Heidelberg. TCNJ[…]
November 17, 2016As part of a special topics course on the current migrant crisis in Europe, Melissa Lee, student from The College of New Jersey, along with her professor Dr. Karen Becker and her classmates have created a new organization called “The College of New Jersey Kids[…]
November 7, 2016Each semester our ESC students have the great opportunity to attend an international symposium in Strasbourg, which takes place at the G.I.V.E. Institute located at the Château de Pourtalès. Topic Fall Symposium: Conflict and Cooperation at EU Borders: Open or Closed Borders? Are border regions[…]
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