Founded in 1477 during the era of Johannes Gutenberg and reopened in 1946 after a 150-year hiatus, Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz (JGU) owes much to the man whose name it bears and his achievements.With about 35,000 students from about 130 nations, it is one of the ten largest universities in Germany. JGU houses most of its academic disciplines on one main campus, including the Mainz University Medical Center, the School of Music, and the Mainz Academy of Arts.
Mainz has cosmopolitan feel, with museums and cathedrals of various architectural styles dotting the city. Mainz' St. Martin Cathedral dominates the skyline and has been the center of the city for many centuries. The roots of the present building can be traced back to the year 975.
Due to the continued impact of COVID-19, applicants should be aware that changes to academic calendars may occur with little or no notice. Students are encouraged to either wait to book travel or book travel that allows for changes with no financial penalty.
Applicants should also be aware that processing of visas may be impacted or halted by specific countries. Failure to secure the necessary visa may result in inability to participate in this program.
Participants on this program may be required to self-quarantine prior to the start of their program for a specified period of time. Students are responsible for arranging (logistics and financial) their travel appropriately to ensure self-quarantine is completed prior to the start of the program.
This exchange program is reserved for students in the Frost School of Music and only certain majors/instruments are eligible. Please contact Professor Gary Keller email@example.com to determine eligibility.