Undergraduates may receive up to 8 credits during the five-week Summer Program. Students interested in the humanities study with distinguished faculty and scholars-in-residence at the institute. Music majors study voice or their instrument with international artists and faculty of the world famous Mozarteum University. Students majoring in art enroll in intensive drawing, painting, or printmaking courses at the International Summer Academy of Fine Arts at Salzburg’s premier landmark, the Fortress Hohensalzburg. All participants take one of the two Salzburg Institute’s 4-credit core seminars on Religion, Culture and the Arts in Europe.
In 2020, students will enroll in SAL201 Religion, Culture and the Arts in Europe: From the Middle Ages to the Enlightenment. In 2019, student can enroll in SAL202 Religion, Culture and the Arts in Europe: From the Enlightenment to the Present Students wishing to complete two summers in Salzburg have the opportunity to take both SAL201 and SAL202.
Please indicate which courses you plan to attend and explain in one paragraph how the course contributes to your overall academic work and professional goals: