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Berlin Fall Field Trip

The Berlin Field Trip is a week-long academic enrichment program, during which students visit a variety of historical and cultural sites in and around Berlin, Germany. Through this high-impact experience, students gain an understanding of Germany’s complex historical past, cultural contributions, and important political and economic position in Europe and the world.


 Students will depart from Houston, arriving in Berlin the following day, and will depart Berlin nine days later. On previous field trips, some of the places students visited were the Deutsches Historisches Museum, the German Bundestag plenary chamber, the Stasi Museum, the Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp, and Schloss Sanssouci in Potsdam.

Students will be registered in INTS 285-520 and can apply through Education Abroad portal.

TAMU students in front of the German Bundestag

Aggie ring and German flag

Program fee includes:

    • Roundtrip airfare from Houston (IAH) to Berlin
    • Hotel w/ breakfast daily
    • Public transportation pass for Berlin
    • All group activities and excursions
    • Some evening meals
    • Health insurance (during trip)
    • Education Abroad fee


Please contact Dr. Stefanie Harris and Dr. Robert Shandley with any questions about this program.

Please note, passports are required and the U.S. Department of State Passport Services estimates processing times up to 18 weeks to receive a passport. If you need to get or renew your passport, or have questions, contact Texas A&M Passport Services.