How to Apply
Students must be at least second year status, be in good academic standing with the institute (3.0 cumulative GPA), be able to take a minimum of 1 of the 2 CS courses offered, and demonstrate the ability to articulate how this study abroad experience will fit with his/her academic goals.
Students must complete the Computer Science Application for Study Abroad in Croatia, available in the CS Student Services Office or with one of the Academic Advisors. In addition, you will need to write a concise personal statement as to why you are interested in the Dubrovnik program, and describe the personal benefits you expect to receive from this experience. You must also submit a minimum of one letter of recommendation from a CS faculty member.
Students must have completed at least three quarters of formal German language at RIT or have sufficient previous knowledge of the language. A cumulative GPA of at least 2.5 is required, and acceptance is based on the student's academic standing, recommendations, and personal study statement.
You should first speak with either Dr. Hans-Peter Bischof or Liane Fitzgerald about your interest in and qualifications for the program. The CS department will host a kick-off Germany Study Abroad meeting every fall quarter. If interested in applying to this program, please attend the first meeting to receive details on other application procedures. An application for SUNY Oswego, RIT Study Abroad Office, and the CS Department is required.
Study Abroad Advisor
Office: GOL (70)-3018
Director, Germany Program
Office: GOL (70)-3005