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Heidelberg - September 27-29, 2024 














In 1969, the historic city of Heidelberg welcomed many Schiller students. Since then, this location has been a testament to the rich history, legacy, and unforgettable moments of Schillerites.

Secure your spot now to celebrate the 60th anniversary of your alma mater! Reconnect with old friends, create new memories, and immerse yourself in the vibrant culture of this beautiful city!


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Heidelberg Alumni Testimonials

"My memories of my study abroad will be things I shall always cherish. The greatest asset is that I formed long-lasting friendships with so many people in many countries and just to know that I am always welcome in their land leave me without words."

William Davis, Heidelberg 1993. CP German Language Institute

"I had the opportunity to study at four of Schiller's campuses during my three years at Schiller. The experience was unequalled. To this day, there are 7 to 8 people I am in touch with from every corner of the world. We try to get together somewhere every year. The ability to meet and make friends with people from all over the world is what I remember the most. I am a great believer in the Schiller Experience."

Peter Pomponio Jr., Waterloo, Wickham, Paris & Heidelberg, 1986. B.B.A. International Business

"I particularly appreciated the international character of the university. Students as well as faculty came from a variety of countries and cultural backgrounds, allowing to expose yourself to different perspectives and influences. This process of learning is not limited to the classroom but extends to the varied social and cultural activities that are available in each campus".

Alex Lambrinos, Heidelberg 1985. M.B.A. International Business

"Schiller opened new vistas for me; seeing the world as an interdependent 'global village' urged me to further my studies and to go on to law school. My stay in Heidelberg and my east-west courses seemed to foretell of future events. Schiller is avant-garde."

Eugenie Shek, Heidelberg Summer 1986. Semester abroad