College of Culinary Arts - Germany 2010 by tzv97744


									College of Culinary Arts – Germany 2010
Host School:    Deutsche Wein und Sommelierschule

Program dates: Summer Term: July 2 – 31, 2010

Preliminary Travel Itinerary:
Final itinerary is subject to change.
          July 2:           Depart the US
          July 3--25:       Koblenz, Germany
          July 25-31:       Tour into France
          July 31:          Program ends

At program end, students are free to travel on their own.

ACADEMIC FOCUS: Wines & Wine/Food Matching
Take this opportunity to taste close to 500 wines, hone wine and food pairing skills, and see the wine making process
up close. At the approximate level of the Wine & Spirit Education Trust (WSET) Certificate, the program is delivered by
an internationally recognized wine school– the Deutsche Wein und Sommelierschule. (
This hands-on sommelier course focuses on the wines of Europe, but includes a mix of old and new world products.
Three weeks of lectures are delivered by 6-7 different experienced and internationally recognized professors. The
course is intense, and students should expect evening reviews with a local tutor. Classes are augmented with one week
of excursions to vineyards and wine cellars in the surrounding wine growing regions of France and Switzerland. After the
final examination of written and practical tasting, certificates will be issued to successful candidates.

                                                            “The Germany Study Abroad Program was honestly the best 4 weeks
                                                            of my life. To go with such good friends and to leave with even more
                                                            couldn't have been better. I learned so much from the instructors,
                                                            the material, and the tours” ~Disa Saugstad 2007 participant

                                                                SAMPLE EXCURSIONS
                                                                ý Winery Tour – Domaine Andre Wittman
                                                                þ Winery Tour – Domaine Gorges Duboeuf
                                                                ü Tour Vallendar Distillery
                                                                þ Côte du Rhone
                                                                ý Deutsches Eck – The "German Corner” at the
                                                                  confluence of the Rhine and Moselle
                                                                þ Ehrenbreitstein Fortress – one of the biggest in all
                                                                ü Marksburg Castle

                                                                COURSES DELIVERED ABROAD

CUL4099 or CUL4098/CUL4198 or BPA4099/BPA4199                   CUL4960 Sommelier Training 13.5 credits
or combo of 3 Hosp Elects/Free Elects with approval
  COST = $8500                                                         PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION
  Included in this fee: tuition, lodging, two meals per day,           JWU faculty serve as advisors for this program. They
  orientation in the US and abroad, welcome and farewell               coordinate pre-departure information and travel with the
  receptions, official excursions and entrance fees, ground            group. During the program, academic content is actually
  transportation as needed by group itinerary (may include             delivered by the host school and supervised by the JWU
  trains, public buses, chartered buses, and/or taxis), and            faculty. This year the JWU advisor will be:
  travelers’ medical insurance.
                                                                       College of Culinary Arts
  Not included in this fee: JWU General Fee (~$100),                   Jennifer Gallagher – Charlotte Campus 980-598-1479
  international flight, one meal per day, International Student ID
  Card (ISIC) ($22), passport ($100)/visa fees (~$0-100+),             Supervision by Johnson & Wales’ faculty and staff ends when
  personal expenses (such as recreation, tips, laundry, books,         the program ends. Students then become responsible for
  snacks, and other personal items/services), personal                 their own travel and living arrangements.
  transportation on free time or vacations, baggage fees, and
  health expenses.                                                     Classes:
                                                                       Program advisors will schedule pre-departure assignments
  JWU assumes no liability for personal property or lost tickets.      and inform students of classroom materials that must be
                                                                       purchased to fulfill program-related studies.

  PAYMENT SCHEDULE                                                     During the program, students should expect to be in program-
  Deposit Upon Acceptance: $500 deposit. Please be aware of            related activities and classes 50-60 hours per week.
  the withdrawal policy outlined on the web and in our brochure.
                                                                       Students are required to satisfactorily complete all
  Final payment due before April 30th, 2010 in accordance with         assignments. Failure to do so, before or during the program,
  University Check-In requirements for Summer term. Students           may result in early dismissal.
  not meeting this date will have a Hold placed on their account
  and will not be permitted to participate in Study Abroad until
  Check-In requirements are met.

        Parameters on flights are set by the Study Abroad Office in order to accommodate group logistics. Do not purchase any
        flight until these specific parameters are communicated to you via JWU email, usually 4 months prior to departure.

        Lodging: Dorm style lodging, single occupancy, private bathrooms. Tourist class hotels, double occupancy, used during
                 excursions. Towels and sheets provided.

        Meals:    Two meals per day (typically breakfast and lunch) plus a welcoming reception and farewell dinner.

PREREQUISITES                                                        REQUIRED PRE-DEPARTURE SESSIONS
Junior status or above by date of departure                          These are MANDATORY. Failure to participate may jeopardize
GPA:              2.75                                               your ability to participate in the program.
Language:         No requirement
Courses: This is the only College of Culinary Arts program           Charlotte Orientation:
           that does NOT require a Culinary Associates.              Mon., March 22, 4-7pm Hance Auditorium
Office of Student Conduct Approval: Students with cases
pending before the University judicial board or those with           North Miami Orientation:
a disciplinary history with the Dean of Students’ Office             Mon., March 29 4:30-7:30pm Admissions Conference Room
may be ineligible to participate in Study Abroad.
                                                                     Denver Orientation:
HOW TO APPLY                                                         Thur., April 1, 4-7pm Sage Hospitality Lounge
1. Download an application from the study abroad website.
                                                                      Providence Orientation for Your Program:
2. Application deadline: February 1                                   Fri., April 2, 1-5pm Culinary Arts Museum
                          Early applications given priority.
                          Waitlist starts at 27th accepted applicant.
3. Submit application to:
Mailing Address: International Center – Study Abroad, Johnson & Wales University, 8 Abbott Park Place, Providence, RI 02903
Visiting Address: Providence Student Services Center at 274 Pine Street
Main number: (401) 598-1406
Fax:              (401) 598-2267

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