Attend the next Salzburg Institute Summer Program from July 3 – August 5, 2017 to study some of the most significant and profound Christian composers, artists, and writers and thinkers from the Middle Ages to the Enlightenment. This diverse five-week program for undergraduate students includes cross-cultural workshops, concerts, and numerous excursions to a wide array of cultural institutions and churches, as well as a week-long trip to Vienna.
The courses offered in 2017 will focus on Christian thought and culture between the Middle Ages to the Enlightenment. The 2017 summer program will explore Christian thought and culture from the Enlightenment to the present.
What Students Are Saying
“The faculty were so accessible, that was one of the things I appreciated most. We saw our professors in professional and academic settings, demonstrating their expertise, but we could also interact with them in more relaxed settings outside of class. Discussions were encouraged and could occur anywhere; in museums, in coffee houses, or just walking along the river on the way back from a concert or lecture.”
Julia Nelson, Gordon College