In 1986, Sewanee established a direct exchange program with the University of Bamberg. Students enroll for either the entire academic year or the summer semester. Bamberg, a town of medieval Renaissance and Baroque buildings, is located in Northern Bavaria. The university was founded in 1972 and unlike most other German universities, it occupies some of the old buildings in the city. With about 5,000 students, the University of Bamberg is relatively small so close contact between students, professors, and city residents is quite common.
Sewanee offers a number of different experiences that complement your coursework on the Mountain. Summer, semester long, and full-year programs are available.