Studying another language and culture is an exercise in connection — a means of building bonds with others around the world and across campus. Students of German at Notre Dame can engage in a variety of opportunities designed to enhance their language abilities and make meaningful connections here and beyond.
Form working on a book project with a faculty member to pursuing a yearlong independent senior thesis project, research opportunities abound. Our annual awards highlight outstanding seniors who have made significant contributions to the department or engage in exceptional scholarly work.
Looking to enhance your resume? Consider being a peer tutor through the CSLC or pursuing an internship that will leverage your German skills through external resources such as DAAD RISE, Cultural Vistas, or the USA-Interns Program. Once you’ve secured an internship or volunteer opportunity abroad, you can apply for the European Internship & Service Grant through the Nanovic Institute for European Studies.
Membership in the German Club is open to undergraduate and graduate students alike who are interested in all things German, including traveling and studying abroad in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland, speaking German, and enjoying good German food and drink.
The German Club, along with the Notre Dame Department of German and Russian Languages and Literatures, sponsors a number of social and cultural events throughout the academic year. Visit the Events page for information on upcoming events, like the annual trip to Christkindlmarket in Chicago.
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Globally Engaged Citizens
Notre Dame’s Globally Engaged Citizens program rewards the learning and experiences you are already engaging in — and will stand out on your resume and show employers and graduate schools that you’re prepared to be a global citizen.
Students in any college or school can earn the certificate by taking two classes and participating in cultural activities on and off campus. You may already be well on your way to meeting the requirements.