Opportunities to Study Abroad

The Study Abroad and International Student services office offers an exceptional international experience to AUA students looking forward to spending a semester abroad. The students will get the opportunity to complete a semester within an exchange program and get an experience that will guide through their education and career path in the future.


There are 3 options of studying abroad:

  1. AAICU Universities
  2. Erasmus + Universities
  3. Private MOU universities

 

AAICU Universities

Rome, Italy

The City of Rome, the Eternal City, is the capital and the largest city of Italy. Italy’s capital is one of the world’s most romantic and inspiring cities. With wonderful palaces, old churches, Romantic ruins, magnificent monuments, statues and graceful fountains, Rome has a rich historical heritage and cosmopolitan atmosphere, making it one of Europe’s and the world’s most visited and beautiful capitals. You will have the opportunity to study in a city where the backdrop is Colosseum, Trevi Fountain, the Spanish Steps, and many other historical places. Today, Rome is also seen as a shopping heaven, being regarded as one of the fashion capitals of the world.

Country’s official name-Italy

Capital city-Rome

Area of Rome-1,285km²

Population of Rome -2,863,322 (2013 est.)

Language-Italian

Currency- Euro (€)

Two major universities located in the eternal city offer their opportunities to AUA students to complete a semester within an exchange program.

 

1. John Cabot University

 

John Cabot University is an independent, four-year liberal arts university located in Rome, Italy. Founded in 1972, JCU is accredited by Middle States Commission on Higher Education and is licensed to award its degrees by the Department of Education of the State of Delaware. JCU is authorized by the Italian Ministry of Education to operate as an American four-year university in Italy.

The University’s mission is to provide an educational experience firmly rooted in the American tradition of the liberal arts and solidly international in orientation. Academic programs are designed to use to the fullest extent the special resources of a multicultural faculty, an international student body and the extraordinarily rich culture and history of Rome and the surrounding region. JCU encourages students to become responsible, ethical leaders in the arts, public service, and business and contribute positively to reasoned dialog across cultures. Over 1300 students each semester, including both full-time, four-year matriculating students from over 70 countries and visiting students from over 40 U.S. states, form a community that fosters intellectual tolerance, freedom and integrity. JCU offers 13 BA degrees in Business, Humanities, and Social Sciences, one MA in Art History, and provides continuing education programs for the Italian community.

 

Students 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
Number of International Students 172 193 238 242 218 263

 

For more information about the university, go to the link:

https://www.johncabot.edu/

For more information about the university study abroad program, go to the link:

https://www.johncabot.edu/admissions/study-abroad-rome-italy/default.aspx

 

International Student Expenses

 

Housing cost €4,300 per semester
Health Insurance CISI policy, around €40 per month (not mandatory but strongly suggested)
Administrative fee Included in the tuition and student activities fees
Permit to stay fee € 186.06
Visa application fee Short stay visa (1-90 days) €60

 

2. American University of Rome

 

The American University of Rome is a private, independent, non-for-profit institution of higher education, offering undergraduate liberal arts programs in English to degree and study abroad students from more than 40 countries around the world.

AUR offers Bachelor of Arts Degree Programs in Archeology and Classics, Art History, Communication, Film and Digital Media, Fine Arts, Interdisciplinary Studies, International Relations and Global Politics, Italian Studies and a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, with more than 20 minors in small classes with a student/faculty ratio of 16:1. Rome is AUR’s classroom, and trips within Rome, Italy and further afield are a feature of many courses.

Students 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
Number of International Students 49 57 57 68

 

For more information about the university, go to the link:

https://aur.edu/

For more information about the university study abroad program, go to the link:

https://aur.edu/other-study-options

Please find the information about International Student Expenses below (subject to change)

International Student Expenses

 

Housing cost € 3,950 per semester (see attached example housing booklet)
Health Insurance € 67 for 4 months through Edu Services (https://secure.edu-services.org/eduservices/plc/edu-services/insurance)

Students are more than welcome to look at other options, so long as the policy covers them for the entirety of their stay in Italy.

Administrative fee € 500 (includes airport pickup on assigned arrival date, orientation, access to doctor and counselor on campus, and other support services)
Permit to stay fee € 173 (Paid directly to Edu Services immigration consultants)
Visa application fee Short stay visa (1-90 days) €60

 

Dublin, Ireland

 

Dublin, capital of the Republic of Ireland, is a historical and contemporary center for education, arts, administration, and industry. Dublin is compact and isn’t officially divided up into neighborhoods like bigger cities. Most of Dublin city center can easily be explored on foot but you may need to navigate public transport for some sights. Dublin is a safe city, particularly in busy tourist areas.

 

Country’s official name-Irish Republic

Capital city-Dublin

Area of Dublin-115km²

Population of Dublin-527,612 (2011) United Nations

Language-English (official)

Currency- Euro (€)

Besides being an attractive touristic destination, Dublin hosts the Irish American University/American College Dublin, an institution that offers a wonderful opportunity to AUA students to complete a semester within an exchange program.

 

Irish American University/ American College Dublin

 

Irish American University/American College Dublin is a private, non-profit, liberal arts institution licensed in the State of Delaware and accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education. The institution was founded in 1993 and has two constituent colleges, American College Dublin (in Dublin Ireland) and American College Delaware (in Lewes, Delaware).

Irish American University offers programs designed to meet the needs of its international student’s body and prepare it for global society. The mission of the university is to offer the best characteristics of Irish and American higher education in an intimate environment underpinned by the holistic liberal arts model of learning, enabling students to realize their potential and participate successfully in the world. Irish American University offers liberal arts programs in creative writing, performing arts, and liberal arts as well as a wide range of undergraduate and MA-level business programs.

 

Students 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
Number of International Students 97 52 57

 

For more information about the university, go to the link:

https://www.iamu.edu/

 

For more information about the accommodation and housing, go to the link:

https://www.iamu.edu/accommodation-housing/

Please find the information about International Student Expenses below (subject to change)

International Student Expenses

Per semester – approximate

Housing cost €130-€160 per week (the College has access to local accommodation with breakfast and dinner for €145 per week; this should be booked as soon as possible in order to avoid rooms being sold out)
Health Insurance €120
Administrative fee €100
Permit to stay fee €300
Visa application fee Nationals of Armenia can apply for Ireland visa at the Embassy of Ireland in Sofia, Bulgaria.

 

Lugano, Switzerland

Lugano, the largest town in the region of Ticino, is not only Switzerland’s third most important financial and business center. It is also a town of parks and flowers, villas and sacred buildings. Nicknamed the “Monte Carlo of Switzerland”, the city is a popular destination for its lovely scenery and its easygoing lifestyle. They city attracts several people to its shores.

Country’s official name-Swiss Confederation

Capital city-Bern

Area of Lugano-301.76 km²

Population of Lugano-63,494, (2018)

Language-German, French, Italian and Romansh

Currency- Swiss Franc (CHF)

 

With all the attractive features, the city is also a home of one of the most famous universities, Franklin University Switzerland, located on a hillside of Lugano, which offers a unique and innovative approach to liberal arts education.

 

Franklin University Switzerland

 

Named for the United States’ first and most illustrious ambassador to Europe, Franklin University Switzerland, was founded in 1969. Franklin is a non-profit four-year liberal arts college that takes as its cornerstone Benjamin Franklin’s vigorous support of intellectual interchange among nations. Among Franklin University’s goals, the foremost is to provide students with an educational experience that is in every significant respect international. All courses are designed to be cross-cultural in content and perspective. The curriculum, developed in the liberal arts tradition, also allows students to pursue professional avenues through the International Business Program.

Located in Lugano, Switzerland, Franklin University has over 400 full-time students and more than 50 full-time faculty. Franklin is fully accredited in the United States by Middle States and in Switzerland by the Swiss University Conference. The hallmarks of Franklin’s mission are to assist each student in achieving a humanistic education; to further the growth of students through immersion in a different social and cultural environment; to equip students with solid tools of inquiry and judgment and to instill in them an awareness of, and commitment to, the international dimension of human existence.

 

Students 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
Number of International Students 135 174 190 130 113 105

For more information about the university, go to the link:

https://www.fus.edu/

For more information about the study abroad program, go to the link:

https://www.fus.edu/academics/study-abroad-at-franklin

Unlike other AAICU institution, where students pay their tuition to their home institution, and are transferred to a certain institution, Franklin University Switzerland offers 50 % discount of their semester fee for AUA students.

Please find the information about International Student Expenses below (subject to change)

SPRING 2019 – special offer for AAICU
SUMMARY OF COSTS SUBJECT TO DISCOUNT
Bill to AAICU members
FUS charges
– Full-Time Tuition (incl. A/T) CHF    24,550.00
– University Fees CHF          710.00
– Residence per semester (double) CHF       5,385.00
– Meal Plan CHF       1,600.00
– Laundry Card CHF            40.00
– Orientation Fee CHF          500.00
   ———
                    Subtotal CHF    32,785.00
   ———
 

AAICU discount – Spring 2019

CHF   (17,785.00)
   ———
 

TOTAL per semester

CHF    15,000.00
 

FUS to bill directly to AAICU students

– Damage Deposit (refundable) CHF          400.00
– Art/Studio Fees (if any) ** CHF  **
– A/T supplement *** CHF  ***
– Medical bills (if any) CHF  TBD
– Health Insurance (19-25) * CHF          825.00
* CHF 500 deductible
** Fees are charged by specific course
*** for extra-EU travels
Additional notes:
Application Fees are waived for AAICU students
Full-time tuition includes an Academic Travel within Europe

 

Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan

 

Bishkek, which is a relatively new city, is the capital and the financial city of Kyrgyzstan. It is considered as one of the greenest cities in the world because of its wide tree-lined streets, numerous parks and many orchards. Besides, it is known for its colorful bazaars and unique culture, which attract many tourists.

Country’s official name-Kyrgyzstan

Capital city-Bishkek

Area of Biskheh-127 km²

Population of Bishkek-5,789,122 (July 2017 est.)

Language-Kyrgyz and Russian

Currency- Kyrgyzstani Som (KG)

 

 

One of the American universities around the world, the American University of Central Asia, formerly the Kyrgyz-American University, is located in Bishkek.

 

American University of Central Asia

 

The American University of Central Asia is an international, multi-disciplinary learning community in the American liberal arts tradition that develops enlightened and impassioned leaders for the transformation of Central Asia.

Founded in 1993, AUCA is located in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan. Its 1100 current students come primarily from the five former Soviet Central Asian Republics (Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan) as well as Afghanistan. AUCA provides all students with strong liberal arts training as well as professional skills necessary for the development of the region’s economy. In addition to more that dozen undergraduate programs, AUCA offers an MBA and an MA in Central Asian Studies.

Students 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
Number of International Students 191 196 220 257 283 309

 

For more information about the university, go to the link:

https://www.auca.kg/

For more information about the dormitories and accommodation, go to the link:

https://www.auca.kg/en/dormitory/

 

Please find the information about International Student Expenses below (subject to change)

International Student Expenses

 

Housing cost and personal expenses (accommodation, food, medicine, internet, utilities, transportation) up to 550 USD
Health Insurance* n/a
Administrative fee n/a
Permit to stay fee n/a
Visa application fee It varies from 70-200 USD for first entry visa

Extension – between 30 -70 USD

 

 

 

Beirut, Lebanon

 

Beirut is the capital and the largest city of Lebanon. It is also the country’s largest and main seaport. Being one of the oldest cities in the world, it has been inhabited for more than 5,000 years.

Beirut, often called the “Paris” of the Middle East, attracts its tourists by its mountains, its world-famous cuisine, its Mediterranean coastline, temperate climate, and its rich cultural and historical offerings.

Due to the diversity of various cultures, the city boasts influences both from Europe and the Middle East. It’s full of contrast, as it is an extreme mix of old and new.

Country’s official name-Lebanon

Capital city-Beirut

Area of Beirut-85 km²

Population of Beirut-1,916,100

Language-Arabic

Currency- Lebanese Pound LBP

Beirut is also home to the Lebanese American University, which is considered one of the top universities in the Middle East.

 

Lebanese American University

The Lebanese American University is a private not-for-profit institution of higher learning located on two campuses in Beirut and in the historic city of Byblos. Founded in 1924, it is chartered by the Board of Regents of the State of New York and currently enrolls more than 8,000 students in undergraduate liberal arts, graduate and professional programs, including arts and sciences, architecture and design, medicine, engineering, nursing, pharmacy, and business.

LAU emphasizes career and professional education in a context that is intellectually challenging and supportive, fostering personal as well as intellectual and professional development. Lau graduates are successful at the national, regional, and international level, and their education with a solid foundation for a lifetime of learning, service and leadership strengthens their commitment to social and ethical responsibility and diversity.

 

Students 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
Number of International Students 1249 1210 1213 1217 1195 1210

 

For more information about the university, go to the link:

http://www.lau.edu.lb/

For more information about study abroad programs, please go to the link:

http://students.lau.edu.lb/international-services/

 

Please find the information about International Student Expenses below (subject to change)

 

Housing for 2018–2019 (Fees are listed in U.S. dollar)

Beirut campus

  Off-Campus
(men)
Orme–Gray
(women)
Per Semester Single Room 5,390 4,630
Shared Room 3,500 3,130
Summer Single Room 2,880 2,465
Shared Room 1,870 1,670

 

 

Beirut also hosts Haigazian University, an institution which has its roots in the Armenian Evangelical heritage.

 

Haigazian University

Haigazian University was established in Beirut, Lebanon in 1955 by the joint endeavors of the Armenian Missionary Association of America (AMAA) and the Union of the Armenian Evangelical Churches in the Near East (UAECNE). Haigazian University is a liberal arts institution, which operates on the American model of higher education using English as the language of instruction. Its purpose is to provide quality education in a Christian environment where academic freedom and the search and dissemination of truth are predominant. It seeks to prepare students both for leadership positions and as professionals to serve in the Armenian and non-Armenian Lebanese communities. Haigazian is home campus to students from 20 countries throughout the world. It offers B.A., B.B.A., B.S., M.A., and M.B.A. degrees as well as a teacher’s Normal Diploma to almost 1000 students.

 

Students 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
Number of International Students 83 91 97 98 117 103

 

For more information about the university, go to the link:

http://www.haigazian.edu.lb/

For more information about the study abroad programs, please go to the link:

http://www.haigazian.edu.lb/admissions/international-students/

 

Please find the information about International Student Expenses below (subject to change)

 

International Student Expenses

 

Housing cost $2625 (single room)
Health Insurance $115
Administrative fee Tuition: $4,500

Miscellaneous Fees: $284

Books:$200

Permit to stay fee $300
Visa application fee $35

 

Ensenada, Baja Calofornia, Mexico

Ensenada is a coastal city in Mexico and the third-largest city in Baja California, a state in Mexico. The city is known a place in the world to see white sharks. It also has a calm sea, hills, the gigantic part-desert, part- tropical valley, and its mountains that frame the national parks. Ensenada is also famous for commercial tuna fishing, sport fishing, and shipyards.

Country’s official name-Mexico

Capital city-Mexico

Area of Ensenada- 51,952 km²

Population of Ensenada- 522,768

Language-Spanish

Currency-Mexican peso (MXN)

CETYS (Centro de Enseñanza Técnica Y Superior)

Centro de Enseñanza Técnica Y Superior (CETYS) University is a private Institution of Higher Education founded in 1961, located in the Baja California region, one of the most dynamic in the world. CETYS is a three-campus university system developing well-rounded persons in Engineering, Business and the Social Sciences.

Seeking to provide a unique educational experience, CETYS established six distinctive elements of its education: innovation and entrepreneurship, internationalization, information literacy, sustainability, linkage and social responsibility. These are incorporated in all of our programs at High School, Undergraduate and Graduate level and in all areas of study: EngineeringBusiness, as well as Social Sciences and Humanities.

This unique academic offer makes CETYS education attractive in the local, national and international context.

Students 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
Number of International Students 50 28 0

 

For more information about the university, go to the link:

https://www.cetys.mx/en/

For more information about the summer program, go the link:

https://mail.google.com/mail/u/0/#inbox/FMfcgxvzLFCBncxZSWdHcKjddsVrBHhL?projector=1&messagePartId=0.1

 

Cairo, Egypt

Cairo, the capital of Egypt, is one of the largest cities in Africa. It has stood for more than 1,000 years on the same site on the banks of the river Nile. The city is a mixture of ancient and new, East and West. It is known for its famous landmarks, such as the Pyramids of Giza, and other architectural monuments, dating from Roman, Arab, and Turkish times.

Country’s official name-Egypt

Capital city-Cairo

Area of Cairo-3,083 km²

Population of Cairo-9 million

Language-Arabic

Currency- Egyptian Pound (EGP)

Within the framework of AAICU agreement among the American universities around the world, Cairo hosts one of them, the American University of Cairo.

 

American University of Cairo

Founded in 1919, AUC has become an essential contributor to the intellectual, cultural and social life of Egypt. AUC has nearly 35,000 active alumni, many of whom have taken leading roles in all areas of society both in Egypt and in countries around the world. More than 16,000 Egyptian and international students enroll each year in non-credit courses. AUC maintains two campuses: its expansive and environmentally conscious main campus in the suburbs of Cairo and its historical campus just off Tahir Square in downtown Cairo. Today, AUC emphasizes research and innovation grounded in liberal arts, and all undergraduate students study a common set of courses in the humanities and the natural and social sciences as part of the University’s Core Curriculum.

The University is ranked among the top 450 universities worldwide, according to London-based Quacquarelli Symonds (QS).

Students 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
Number of International Students 334 282 270 231 202

 

For more information about the university, go to the link:

https://www.aucegypt.edu/

For more information about the international programs, go to the link:

https://www.aucegypt.edu/academics/international-programs-office

 

Athens. Greece

Athens is the capital city pf Greece. It is famous with its tall buildings and contemporary shops. What attracts the tourists about Athens is the food, music, and noisy street life which make it remain on the world stage to this day. 

Country’s official name-Greece

Capital city-Athens

Area of Athens-38.96 km²

Population of Athens-3,090,508

Language-Greek

Currency- Euro (€)

American College of Greece

The American College of Greece, initially founded in Smyrna, later relocated in Athens, is the oldest American-accredited College in Europe and the largest private college in Greece. Located on two campuses in Athens, the American College of Greece is the largest and oldest American-accredited institution of higher education in Europe. Founded in 1875, the College has grown to encompass a secondary school, an undergraduate college and a graduate school of business with a total enrollment of almost 4000 students from over 50 countries.

Students 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
Number of International Students 79 377 381 261 350 299

For more information about the university, go to the link:

https://www.acg.edu/about-acg/

For more information about the study abroad program, go to the link:

https://www.acg.edu/admissions/study-abroad/

For more information about fees and accommodation, please go to the link: https://www.acg.edu/admissions/study-abroad/tuition-fees-non-us-students/

 

 

 

 

 

Erasmus+ Universities

Nantes, France

Today, Nantes is the eighth largest city in France. It is the fourth-highest-ranking city in France, after ParisLyon and Marseille. Though it’s a big city, its historic central area is compact enough to be discovered on foot or by taking the city’s smart modern trams.

In 2012, the Globalization and World Cities Research Network ranked Nantes as a Gamma world city. Nantes’ historical nickname was “Venice of the West” (French: La Venise de l’Ouest). This is because it had many harbors and river channels in the old town before they were filled in during the 1920s and 1930s.The city is commonly known as la Cité des Ducs “city of the dukes (of Brittany)” for its castle and former role as a ducal residence.

Country’s official name-France

Capital city-Paris

Area of Nantes-65.19 km²

Population of Nantes-612.000

Language-French

Currency- Euro (€)

Within the framework of the Erasmus + program, Audencia Business School, which is located in Nantes, offers an exchange program to AUA students to spend a semester in their university.

For more information about the university, go to the link:

https://www.audencia.com/en/

 

Cadiz, Spain

Cadiz is located on the south coast of Spain, close to Gibraltar. It is the capital of the Province of Cádiz, in the community of Andalusia.

Cadiz stands on a peninsula and is almost entirely surrounded by water. It is famous for its vivid green fishing boats, white buildings, narrow streets and with characterful tapas bars on street corners.

While some of Spain’s larger cities are becoming more multi-cultural, Cadiz has retained a truly Spanish flavor. It’s historic. It’s quaint. It’s charming. Visiting Cadiz is a chance to explore flamenco, wine tasting and all that the beautiful city of Cadiz has to offer. The city knows how to party. Cadiz is particularly famous for its Carnival in February. There are also plenty of celebrations during Semana Santa (Holy Week).

Country’s official name-Spain

Capital city-Madrid

Area of Cadiz-12.10 km²

Population of Cadiz-123.948

Language-Spanish

Currency- Euro (€)

Within the framework of the Erasmus + program, the University of Cadiz, which is located in Cadiz city, offers an exchange program to AUA students to spend a semester in their university.

For more information about the university, please go to the link:

https://www.uca.es/?lang=en/

 

Murcia, Spain

Murcia is an active and a blooming city in south-eastern Spain. The center has the feel of a small town, and while there’s plenty going on, it’s all centered on separate plazas. Nothing feels rushed or as intense as big cities. Even better, it’s really easy to explore the rest of the region around Murcia and escape the city, even if you’re only visiting for a few days.

If you’re in search of good food and culture, Murcia is the place for you. From exceptional architecture to unique regional cuisine, there’s so much to discover. Leafy plazas, lively tapas bars, excellent shopping, and a huge foodie scene – plus mountains, beaches, and thermal spas all within easy reach.

Country’s official name-Spain

Capital city-Madrid

Area of Murcia-881.86 km²

Population of Murcia-447.182

Language-Spanish

Currency- Euro (€)

Within the framework of the Erasmus + program, the University of Murcia, which is located in Murcia City, offers an exchange program to AUA students to spend a semester in their university.

For more information about the university, please go to the link:

https://www.um.es/

 

Mons, Belgium

Mons is a university town and the capital of the province of Hainaut, Belgium. The name of the city derives from Latin “Montes”, meaning “Mount”, from the geographical feature where it stands, although it is really just a hill.

Despite the lack of extraordinary monuments, Mons is without contest one of the most beautiful and pleasant city in Belgium, thanks to its architectural homogeneity, its clean streets and its warm atmosphere. It is a vibrant city with a lot of personality and is considered as the “Silicon Valley” of Belgium. It seems to have an antique appearance, but has a young and very modern character.

In Mons there are many nice and historically important buildings to see. It is a place where street art is in a nice harmony with the well conserved old buildings. There is a secret: the buildings that were built mainly of stone were properties of the rich, whereas those built with bricks are buildings of the lower classes. Hence, walking on the streets, you can try to guess what kind of people actually lived in those houses, and you can imagine better how life was in those times.

Country’s official name-Belgium

Capital city-Brussels

Area of Mons-146.56 km²

Population of Mons-95.220

Language-Spanish

Currency- Euro (€)

Within the framework of the Erasmus + program, the University of Mons, which is located in Mons City, offers an exchange program to AUA students to spend a semester in their university.

For more information about the university, please go to the link:

https://web.umons.ac.be/en/

 

Sophia, Antipolis, France

Sophia Antipolis, the Silicon Valley of Europe is a technology park in France. Sophia Antipolis is named after Sophie Glikman-Toumarkine, the wife of French Senator Pierre Laffitte, founder of the park. Several institutions of higher learning are located here. The main focus of the city was to build an international environment, creating an international community.  In the early years, one of the main challenges of Sophia Antipolis was to relate people and to create a sense of community. This means taking into account and improving interaction, networking and cross fertilization of ideas. The concept was that bringing together people from different intellectual horizons and “making” them meet, would bring added value and generate innovation.

Country’s official name-France

Capital city-Paris

Area of Sophia Antipolis-482.8km²

Population of Sophia Antipolis-179.920

Language-French

Currency- Euro (€)

Within the framework of the Erasmus + program, the Skema Business School, which is located in Sophia Antipolis, offers an exchange program to AUA students to spend a semester in their university.

For more information about the university, please go to the link:

https://www.skema.edu/

 

Salzburg, Austria

Salzburg, which literally means “salt castle”, is the fourth-largest city in Austria and the capital of Federal State of Salzburg.

Its historic center is renowned for its baroque architecture and is one of the best-preserved city centers north of the Alps, with 27 churches. It was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1996. The city has three universities and a large population of students. Tourists also visit Salzburg to tour the historic center and the scenic Alpine surroundings.

Salzburg was the birthplace of the 18th-century composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. In the mid‑20th century, the city was the setting for the musical play and film The Sound of Music.

Country’s official name-Austria

Capital city-Vienna

Area of Salzburg-65.68km²

Population of Salzburg -152.367

Language-Austrian German

Currency- Euro (€)

For more information about the university, please go to the link:

https://www.uni-salzburg.at/index.php?id=52&L=1