BAUHAUS UNIVERSITY ARCHITECTURE PROGRAM:
INTERNATIONAL ADVANCED ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN PROGRAM [IAAD]
The International Advanced Architectural Design Program [IAAD] is an international design studio for architecture students that includes a lecture series, additional seminar courses, and workshops, as well as excursions to places of specific relevance to the course. Only a few slots are allotted to the University of Tennessee, selected by a portfolio and academic review.
The campus is located downtown in one of the most beautiful mid-size towns in Germany. Weimar is known for its art and culture and was the hometown to many famous German writers, philosophers and composers.
Program cost estimate (see CIE for current costs):
Program Fee: No program fee – see CIE for other expenses
Studio Fee: $600
Study Abroad Fee: $175
Fees do not include tuition (UTK), travel, meals, and other personal expenses. See the Estimated Budget Sheet located on the CIE Website for this Program, IAAD Bauhaus University Exchange.
The approximate dates are April 1-July 15, 2016 (March is optional, but highly encouraged)
The CIE highly encourage participating in the Bauhaus Exchange to attend the intensive German language course that takes place in March each year, especially if they have not had any previous German language background. As with most exchange programs in Germany, support services are minimal in comparison with U.S. standards. Not only can students acquire some German proficiency, but the additional time allows the opportunity to settle in well before regular classes begin.