Course-related trips within Berlin complement IES Abroad courses and contribute to a general knowledge of urban development, societies, and culture in Berlin. Past activities have included:
- Architectural tours of various city districts
- Visits to museums and art galleries
- Architectural tour of UNESCO World Heritage compound
- Tours of Berlin's markets and multicultural neighborhoods
- Visits to start-up hubs within Berlin
Required Program-Related Trip
This program includes an exciting course-related trip to either Vienna or Warsaw where you learn firsthand about historical and contemporary challenges cities are facing. The trip is a required, integral academic component of this program.The cost is included in the program fee.
5 DAYS | FALL
This academic trip will provide you with a new perspective on the Austrian capital. In addition to exploring its world-famous historical sites and museums, you will have the opportunity to discuss urban governance topics with local scholars and explore the city’s rich architectural heritage in relation to urban development.
5 DAYS | SPRING
You will explore European history and urban development in a comparative perspective through this academic trip to Poland’s vibrant capital, viewing its distinct historical and cultural heritage through architectural tours, museum visits, and encounters with the local academic community
IES Abroad field trip destinations, activities, and lengths of stay may vary according to term and availability.