Why Vienna? Because Vienna is the first stop to your future goals.
Every student in the 2017 Vienna Study Abroad program will complete a high-quality internship in business, social work, politics, education or the arts. How much of a difference will that make in your future career? Ask Sarah, whose recent internship in Vienna dealt with the de-radicalization of Muslim youth. Her Vienna internship later paved the way for her position in the office of the US Senate Minority Leader. Where will your internship take you?
Vienna will not only change your future, it will change your life.
All of these will be your classrooms and work spaces: the Opera House, St. Stephen’s Gothic Cathedral, the narrow little street where Beethoven composed the Fifth Symphony, the magnificent pastry table at the Café Central, the car with the bullet hole that started World War I, and the ballroom where the Empress Sisi first showed off her Viennese Waltz.
Professor Rob McFarland, Mary Ann McFarland, and their children have directed four BYU study abroad programs to Vienna, and they invite you to join them for the best that Austria has to offer. For more information, contact Professor McFarland at firstname.lastname@example.org or go to vienna.byu.edu. For application information, visit kennedy.byu.edu/apply.