Anesa Opijač is among 200 students from 40 countries that will go to Bavaria this summer for the "Summer University for Intercultural German Studies."
The program has been organized for more than 20 years by the University of Bayreuth and the "Institute for International Communication and Foreign Culture Work" (IIK Bayreuth).
Students and young researchers that already have German language skills at at least B1 level will get a chance to attend different courses and cultural programs. Besides the intercultural language course, students can also choose a specific area such as Film, European Studies, Music, Law, Economics and Business, Journalism, Teacher Training, or TestDaF Exam Preparations.
During that period, the campus of the University of Bayreuth will be transformed into a meeting place for young people around the world. There is no doubt that they will improve their German language skills, become familiar with foreign cultures, and have an unforgettable experience.