AYA Austria Assistantships
Graduate assistantships in Salzburg provide a cash stipend (currently $4000 for the year) plus a waiver of instructional fees and out-of-state fees for non-residents of up to 9 credit hours. (For most current BGSU fee and tuition amounts, please visit BGSU Bursar's office webpage. The program costs (which are covered in part by your cash stipend), will be returned to you in the form of a weekly food allowance (currently about $4175 at 75 Euro per week) and housing in Salzburg. The program also covers educational travel, and special events such as a concert tickets, theater visits, and program gatherings .
Graduate Assistant Duties
You may work as a tutor for Bowling Green's undergraduate academic year abroad program, or assist the program director in other program activities or research assignment. You are expected to work approximately eight hours per week.
Bowling Green On-Campus Assistantships
Students who complete their Salzburg year in good standing are usually guaranteed an on- campus assistantship for the following year. Graduate assistantships on the Bowling Green campus include a cash stipend and full instructional fee waivers and out-of-state fee waivers, if applicable, for the academic year and the following summer.
Assistantships for Dual Degree Students
Financial assistance is available for a period of three years for dual degree students in the form of fee waivers and teaching or research assistantships both in Salzburg and on campus.
On-Campus Assistant Duties
You may teach a German course, serve as a research assistant to one of the faculty, or provide development service to the department.
Special opportunities are available for minority applicants. For more info, please contact the graduate coordinator.