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Munich Summer School of Applied Sciences Short-Term
Munich, Germany (Outgoing Program)
Program Terms: Winter (Jul)
This program is currently not accepting applications.
Restrictions: Sydney applicants only
Program Details:
English, German
Program Type:
Non-Exchange Short-Term
Short-term Type:
Company Visits, Coursework
Program Description:
Munich Summer School of Applied Sciences
Short-Term Study Abroad 
Engineering for Sustainability  & Supply Chain Management

Location Munich, Germany
Program Description Escape the Sydney winter and lose yourself in picturesque Munich, nestled in the heart of Europe and only a stone’s throw away from the stunning natural beauty of the alps, bustling European Capitals steeped in European culture. The Program will include cultural and social excursion to ensure your opportunity to network internationally and grow with other students in your field, both personally and professionally.
Courses on offer within the Sustainability four week program include; 
  • Smart Vehicles
  • Smart Environments
  • Gas Turbines
  • Internal Combustion Engines
  • Hydraulic & Pneumatic Systems
  • Sustainable Entrepreneurship

The two week Supply Chain management course has a set academic outline and includes visits to companies located in the Munich area. More information can be found here.
Relevant Subject Areas Engineering
Program Dates Engineering for Sustainability: 3 July - 4 August 2017*
Supply Chain Management: 3 July – 14 July 2017
*IMPORTANT: Program end dates impact on Semester 2 2017 lectures (commencing on Monday 31 July 2017). Students must ensure they adhere to their individual attendance requirements for all units of study at the University of Sydney. No special consideration will be given by the faculty for assessment extensions or deferred exams because of their late commencement. If you are unsure of the requirements of your University of Sydney course please consult your faculty. Special permission may be required in some circumstances.

Application Deadline 1 March 2017
Places Available Places fill up quickly as the classes are kept to a limited size.
Eligibility Criteria There is typically a benchmark of a credit average to be considered. Please refer to the University of Sydney's website for full eligibility criteria here.
Credit/ Not-for-credit Please contact your faculty office with the below forms to submit an application for credit. Participation in any Study Abroad program does not guarantee credit and will require faculty assessment of individual applications-for-credit.
Business, Engineering & IT:
Language Classes are instructed in English. 
Fees and Scholarships Engineering for Sustainability 2017 Total Program Fee: € 1,790 (~ AUD $2,510)
  • Tuition for the German Language and Culture class
  • Two subject courses
  • Official cultural and social program
  • Internet access at the university

Additional costs (not included in program fee):  Airfare, Accommodation, Travel insurance, Personal expenses.
Supply Chain Management 2017 Total Program Fee: € 1,695 (~ AUD $2,380)
  • Tuition for the course
  • Company visits (incl. transfers)
  • Official cultural and social program,
  • Internet access at the university
Additional costs (not included in program fee):  Airfare, Accommodation, Travel insurance, Personal expenses.
OS-HELP loans may be available to eligible students enrolled in a Commonwealth supported place where the program is approved for credit prior to departure. Application required.

Location Overview Munich is a dynamic, multicultural city that boasts a rich and dramatic past, spanning many centuries and the ups and downs of German history. Students enjoy a spectacular diversity of cultural offerings, featuring countless museums and world-renowned orchestras, opera houses, and theatres. Munich features a first-class public transportation network, plus convenient access to various destinations throughout Europe.

Contact for more information Gabriela Vasil
Phone: +49-89-1265-1145
Fax: +49-89-1265-1140

Sydney Global Mobility Team
The Univeristy of Sydney



This program is currently not accepting applications.