Study Abroad Programs
Why Study Abroad?
Most students who have participated in a study abroad program will tell you that it is a transformative and rewarding experience. Whether the program takes place in the summer or over the course of a full semester, it can help you expand your worldview, enhance your language skills and professional opportunities, and connect you with people and travel to places that are well outside your normal routine. And, such programs can also help you earn credits towards your degree.
BFA Filmmaking student Michael Edwards shares his study abroad experience during his fall 2015 semester. Michael was one of the first students from Montclair State to study at Bournemouth University in Poole, England.
Montclair in Florence
Italian Language, Media, Civilization and Art History
-Travel Dates approx. May 31 – June 30
-Professors Andrea Dini (Spanish/Italian) and David Sanders (Television and Digital Media)
-Program Cost: $2,500 + Optional Group Airfare $1,125 + Summer Tuition for 6 credits $2,000
For more information and application form, Florence Info.
Bournemouth University Semester Exchange Program
Students in the School of Communication and Media are invited to apply for the study abroad program at Bournemouth University. The Media School at Bournemouth University is one of the largest of its kind in the world and has a global reputation for combining research and teaching practice. A semester at BU will offer you the opportunity to learn from the very best academics and practitioners in their field, meet new, lifelong friends and future colleagues from around the world, enjoy the award-winning tourist destinations of Bournemouth and Poole, and travel around the UK and neighboring countries visiting areas of cultural significance and beauty.
All SCM students can find a matching program at BU in the Department of Corporate and Marketing Communications, Department of Media Production, or the School of Journalism, English and Communication.
|-Apply by March 1 of your sophomore year (for fall of junior year)
or October 1 of your junior year (for spring of junior year).-Earn 15 credits – All approved for required courses, major electives, or free electives depending on program.-Program runs in the fall from late September to mid-January
and in the spring from early February to June.
Cost of the Program
|-MSU tuition & fees.
-Room and board.
-Some additional fees & insurance.
*All financial aid is eligible*
For more information about this program contact:
School of Communication and Media, Dr. Christine Lemesianou (Associate Director)
MSU Global Education Center, Domenica Dominguez, (Acting Director)