Accommodations and Travel
Housing is available in all three locations through Duquesne University. In Cologne, we will stay at the new central location of Cologne
Hostel (www.hostel.ag/en/index.html). Students will be housed in double rooms with private bathrooms, including breakfast and within walking distance of the city's main sights, shopping, dining and the classroom building.
In Paris students will stay at l'Hotel Residence Quintinie Square (www.paris-hotelquintinie.com/pages/hotel_1.html), centrally located within view of the Eiffel Tower. And in Brussels, we will stay at the Hotel Aris on the Grasmarkt (www.arishotel.be/index-en.html), which is also centrally located within walking distance of sights, dining and shopping and inlcudes breakfast.
Spouses and children are welcome. Persons accompanying participants who want to obtain housing through Duquesne or attend the scheduled functions must complete a separate Application Form and pay the Housing Charge, if housed through Duquesne.
Individuals requiring special accommodations should contact the program director so that we can make any necessary arrangements.
All students must have a valid passport.
Students are responsible for making their own travel arrangements to and from Germany.
Students not arranging housing through Duquesne will be responsible for making alternative arrangements.
Duquesne University will not be responsible for any personal injury, property damage or illness encountered by participating students during the program. All students are advised to purchase appropriate medical, accidental and travel insurance.
It is important for students to familiarize themselves with current travel conditions before traveling. For up-to-date travel information, students should always check the United States Department of State web site, which provides up-to-date travel information and warnings at the following address:
International Travel Safety Information for Students: