Vienna - March 5-12, 2022

Distance Education and Immersion Travel: Vienna

Travel component: spring break March 5-12, 2022
Air & land package price: $2495 per person sharing a double room
Travel specifics and excursion tours: Celestial Voyagers

Visit the central European capital of Vienna, with a rich cultural heritage and vibrant modern-day arts and industry. 

Courses being offered

AMST 105/ENGL 105 (GH, 3 credits) European Roots of American Culture
Contact Professor Patricia Hillen: [email protected]

INART 50Z (GN, 3 credits) The Science of Music in Vienna
Contact Professor Evan Bradley: [email protected]

KINES 81 (GHW, available in 3.0 credits or 1.5 credits) Comparative Wellness in Vienna
Contact Professor Andrea Randolph-Krisova: [email protected]

Interested? Contact Dr. Paul Greene at [email protected] for more information. 

Courses are delivered as distance education/independent study together with immersion travel. All students are required to register for one or both of the courses. Full-time students can register for these courses without paying additional tuition.

Scholarship opportunities are available. For more information, visit the Global Programs Homepage, or email Dr. Greene or email Rhonda DelViscio. All students must be at least 18 years old during the period of travel and pass a judicial affairs review. Our campus also offers the Global and International Studies Minor.

All international travel associated with Penn State Brandywine Global Programs courses requires a passport, and in some cases also a visa. Since required documentation may differ, depending on destination or student's citizenship status, students should check with Celestial Voyagers regarding necessary documentation. Please note that passports and visas are not quickly processed. It will not be possible to travel without the required documentation.

For reasons of liability and risk management, a University-sponsored traveler who wishes to meet with friends, family, or acquaintances abroad must get approval from the program leader well in advance. It is against University policy for a University-sponsored traveler to coordinate with a non-University person to make parallel travel and tour arrangements. Penalties include receiving a zero for the student’s community contribution grade and additional penalties through judicial affairs.