Enacted in 1944, the G.I. Bill provides men and women who serve the United States armed forces with financial support for education and housing. The bill creates an incentive for joining the military and provides a reward for soldiers who complete their duty in the form of education and career training for their post-military career. The G.I. Bill provides assistance for undergraduate and graduate degree programs both in the United States and abroad, including these schools in Germany.

Alice Salomon University of Applied Sciences

Founded in 1899, the Alice Salomon University of Applied Sciences is one of the oldest and largest schools in Germany dealing with various aspects of social work. The school places an emphasis on both interdisciplinary studies and international outreach, making it a comfortable alternative for Americans abroad. The Master of Arts program in Intercultural Conflict Management combines elements such as communications, human rights law, conflict management and international relations, and trains students to act as mediators in business and political contexts. The school also offers undergraduate degrees in social work, health and social care management, early childhood education, and physical/occupational therapy.

Alice Salomon University of Applied Sciences Alice-Salomon-Platz 5 12627 Berlin, Germany +49-30-992-45-333 ash-berlin.eu/index.php?id=410

Goethe University

Located in Frankfurt, Goethe University has more than 170 undergraduate and graduate degrees available along with an extensive international studies program. Several of these international studies programs are held in English, including graduate programs in economics, management, law and finance, natural sciences, and oral implantology. There are also post-graduate degrees offered in English at Goethe University. One of them is the Religion in Dialogue program, which offers students with both Catholic and Protestant backgrounds an opportunity to earn a doctoral degree in religious studies with an emphasis on how the communication and discussion of religion informs modern culture.

Goethe University (Sozialzentrum) International Office Bockenheimer Landst. 133/Room 2, Ground Floor 60325 Frankfurt, Germany +49-69-798-7980 uni-frankfurt.de/english/international/students/index.html

Heidelberg Hotel Management School

Since its founding as a state school in 1925, the Heidelberg Hotel Management School has earned a reputation in the hospitality industry for producing some of the best minds in the European hotel industry. The school's 400 students come from both Germany and foreign countries and attend programs lasting one to two years. Programs include overall hotel management courses along with specialty programs such as the school for sommeliers, which teaches students how to become experts in wine and other alcoholic beverages.

Heidelberg Hotel Management School Fritz-Gabler-Schule Buchwaldweg 6 69126 Heidelberg, Germany +49-6221-3-50-10 hotelfachschule-heidelberg.de