The German American Student Exchange Program
From the outset, the promotion of German-American friendship and maintenance of common values were the goals of this successful program that was founded in 1957 as an initiative of the German American Women's Club Munich.
Acting as cultural ambassadors during their year in a foreign country, the exchange students contribute to the development of understanding of the similarities and differences of their respective homelands.
The German American Women's Club Munich, together with 31 partner clubs in the Federation (Verband) of the German American Women's Clubs, VDAC, supports the German American Student Exchange Program. It is the largest private exchange program of its type in Germany.
To date, the cooperation of some 20 American and 20 German universities has made it possible for approximately 2700 students to spend a year in the USA or Germany studying at the university level.
Every year, over 50 American and German students study abroad. German students receive a scholarship from the American partner universities and American students receive a scholarship from the VDAC to finance their time in Germany.
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A Bridge over the Ocean
Interview with an American guest student in Munich >>
In the school year 2014/2015, there were three US exchange students enrolled in LMU Munich:
There were also three students from Munich studying at American universities:
In the school year 2015/2016, the Federation is enabling 19 students to study at American Universities, including:
In the school year 2016/2017 two students from Munich are studying at American universities:
Magnolia Ball 2017: our student Ranjani Mari Sundaresan withGAWC-exchange student Michael Hesse and Mike Pilewski with girlfriend
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