Students at Bard College Berlin participate in the college’s exceptional academic program, which provides an immersion in intellectual history from ancient Greece to the present day, with rigorous concentration on philosophy, economics, politics, literature, art history, film, and theater and studio arts. Click here for an overview of the program.
Begin in Berlin Fees
|Fee ||Full Cost ||Fee ||Full Cost |
|Individual Flights ||$1,400 (est.) round trip ||Residential Life deposit ||$140 |
|Health Services ||$235 per semester ||Residency Permit ||$70–140 |
|Health Insurance ||See note ||Transport Pass ||$390 |
|Course Materials ||$150 ||Out of Pocket ||$800 |
: All enrolled students are required to have health insurance. $1,280 is the cost for a 12-month insurance plan that will be charged to your account unless you have proof of alternate health insurance
. The Bard College Student Health Plan
is offered to all Bard students and is global in coverage.
For Incoming Bard College First-Year Students
An incoming student must submit their deposit to Bard in order to participate in the program
. After May 1, an email is then sent to all deposited students with a link to an application form. If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
For Current Bard College First-Year Students
Current Bard first-years can apply for a spring semester in Berlin. The deadline to apply for spring semester in Berlin is November 1, 2015. To apply for spring semester in Berlin, click on the forms page
, and view more
under "For Current Bard College First-Year Students." Contact Mary Ann Krisa, Assistant Dean of Students at email@example.com
, with any questions.