Canadian Summer School in Germany
Apply for Germany
The application requires three initial steps (see also below): 1) Completing the Application Form, including all steps in the Application Agreement; 2) Applying to Saint Mary's University as a "Visiting Student," uploading your unofficial transcripts, and paying the $40 SMU Application fee (and receiving your "A-Number" from SMU usually within one or two business days); 3) Paying the application deposit ($500).
Non-SMU students must apply to become a "Visiting Student" at Saint Mary's to receive an A-Number (so long as you uploaded your unofficial transcript) before being eligible to log into the Saint Mary's Banner site and pay the deposit. Current Saint Mary's students can sign in with their existing A-Number and password in order to pay the deposit.
The application is now open.
Please read the following carefully
1) To complete your application, please fill out and submit the Application Form (link above), including all the steps in the Application Agreement sections in this form (please note, you must read and check off each section). If you have any questions, contact the CSSG Director by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The following must be completed as soon as possible after submitting your application to the CSSG program:
2) Application to Saint Mary's University if you are not currently a Saint Mary's student. A $40 application fee is charged. Click here to apply to Saint Mary's. From this link click on "Start a New Online Application," then create your "Login ID" and "PIN," and then select "Visiting Student." Please then fill out all the required information, upload your unofficial transcript, and submit your application to the University. Please note that your Visiting Student status cannot be processed without you uploading your unofficial transcript.
Saint Mary's will send you your A-number usually within one or two business days. You will still need to upload a Letter of Permission (LoP) or Visiting Student Authorization Form from your home university's Registrar's Office, granting you permission to obtain credits from Saint Mary's University. Without this, your application for Visiting Status will remain incomplete. In addition to uploading it to your SMU application, you must send it directly to email@example.com.
3) After you receive your A-Number and password from Saint Mary's, you must pay a non-refundable deposit of $500: pay online. The deposit is applied in full to the program fee. [Note: If you are not accepted into the CSSG program, your deposit will be returned to you in full.]
4) Once your CSSG program application is submitted, you will receive an email prompting you to submit two current photos of yourself and then a second email asking you to read, sign, and submit the Liability Waiver. These photos are used to introduce you to your host family. A happy, pleasant photo would be appreciated. A head shot with no sunglasses, please! Submit the photos by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
5) The following must be completed after you have been accepted into the CSSG program (after January 31).
Letter for your host family. A copy will need to to be emailed to email@example.com. Dr. John L. Plews will provide more details as needed.
Confirmation of Travel Insurance form.
Flight information, both Arrival and Departure.
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