Summer Intercultural Communication Study Abroad in Poland, May 13-27, 2019. Deadline: February 15, 2019.
Indiana University – Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) is now accepting applications for a two-week, 3 credit-hour study abroad program in Wroclaw, Poland. As the fourth largest city in Poland, Wroclaw is home to over 100,000 college students and considered Poland’s “tech hub.” Students will spend two weeks examining intercultural interaction from a communication perspective, with particular focus on coordinated management of meaning (CMM). They will explore issues of ethnicity, culture, gender and social/economic class, and participate in a two-day conference with communication students and faculty from the University of Wroclaw. The program also includes a visit to Auschwitz and museum tours including the National Museum, the Architectural Museum, and the Panorama.
Syracuse University Study Abroad London, May 16-June 14, 2019. Application Deadline: February 10, 2019.
Course options include: International Social Media and Public Relations Management. Students will study the best practices surrounding social media and PR in an international setting while experiencing some of the tremendous cultural and historical locations in London. In addition to classroom sessions, students will visit public relations agencies and organizations to learn the similarities and differences of the global practice of PR. Other course possibilities include: Global Citizens/Global Cities, International Advertising. As part of your program experience, you’ll go on a weekend-long trip to the Lake District, England’s largest National Park as well as a World Heritage Site, led by the Syracuse London staff.
Study abroad: Rhetoric and Performance in Greece, Villanova University, May 19-June 24, 2019. Deadline: Open until filled.
The Department of Communication at Villanova University announces its 2019 Summer Study Abroad in Greece program–and invites applications from undergraduate students across the United States. Admission is competitive; admissions are rolling and ongoing, and space is limited! Interested students should contact the 2019 Program Director, Dr. Bryan Crable, as soon as possible.
This five-week, 6-credit summer program is specifically designed to give Communication students important insights into the origin of the discipline and its relevance to contemporary public discourse. The program travels throughout Greece as it focuses on the history of the spoken word–and its relation to epic storytelling, oratory, drama, and the life of the polis. The program, run annually since 2001, welcomes students who are majoring & minoring in Communication and closely related fields, such as English, Classics, Humanities, Honors, etc.
This year’s program consists of two team-taught courses, one focusing on ancient Greek rhetoric and democracy, and the other on the rhetorical function of myth. The courses take place on ancient archaeological sites and on hotel grounds (including, often, the beach). The size of the program is also ideal, since two faculty members are accompanied by 20-22 students, from universities across the country. This creates a unique learning environment, one that fosters a close intellectual and personal bond between students and faculty.
Cagli, Italy Study Abroad: Communication and Culture, June 15-July 10, 2019. Early application Deadlines: December 20, 2018 for early application; February 1, 2019 for application.
The Project is available to students from any university. Students earn credits and study with faculty from the prestigious Sapienza University of Rome as well as professional media and American professors. Credits transfer to the home American university. Students can earn up to five graduate or undergraduate credits in communication in the cultural immersion project that stresses media convergence and media ecology. The program includes instruction in language and culture as well as photo, video, web design, writing and blogging. Instruction is in English.
National Expedition and Internship Program, Massey University, New Zealand, June 10 – July 19, 2019. Deadline: March 15, 2019.
Massey University’s National Expedition and Internship Program is open to undergraduate students from any university wishing to study, travel, and intern in New Zealand. Organised by the ACEJMC-accredited School of Communication, Journalism and Marketing, it begins with the two week ‘Image and Identity Tour’ taking students across both Islands to delve into how successful the brands and images of the tourism industry are at capturing the attention of people new to the country and culture. The tour finishes in the capital city of Wellington where students stay to complete a four week internship working on real world problems relevant to their degrees in Journalism, Media Studies, Public Relations, Advertising, Marketing, Communication, or related areas.
Study Abroad in New Zealand and Australia, Media and Society or Intercultural and International Communication, May 20 – June 13, 2019. Deadline: October 31, 2018.
Open to undergraduate and graduate students, who will experience the cultures first hand through visits to television and movie studios, live performances, guest lectures from professionals, and guided tours of museums, and cultural events. The program has been offered most summers since 2005 in conjunction with an established International Education Provider having safety and emergency procedures and personnel in place on site. The program is sponsored by Radford University and taught by Matthew Turner, Professor of Communication. Students can apply at: The application deadline is October 31. Thank you for your help.
Call for Chapter Proposals: Designing, Teaching, Leading, & Theorizing Out-of-the-Box Student Travel (Domestic or Int’l). Editors: Irina Gendelman and Jeff Birkenstein.
This collection will attempt to cover a variety of possible travel models, both international and domestic. Topics may include, but are not limited to:
– History and culture of places through (Slow) food;
– Exploring place through psychogeography and derive;
– Finding and documenting insurgent and reclaimed public spaces;
– Slow travel, being a flâneur in the 21st Century;
– Deconstructing the myths of historical markers and heritage sites;
– Photography, video, and other digital means of (re-)producing travel;
– Sustainability of travel.
Abstract of 500 words are due on November 1, 2018. Please send your proposals to Irina Gendelman.
EIUC is glad to announce the 13th edition of the Summer School in Cinema Human Rights and Advocacy (August 27-September 5, 2018), a training initiative developed by EIUC and CHRA dedicated to graduates, professionals of the human rights, media, NGO and advocacy sector and anyone who uses or is interested in using audio-visual media as a tool for promoting social change are encouraged to apply to the Summer School.
Early Bird: 9 May 2018
Registration Deadline: 31 July 2018
The 13th edition of the Summer School in Cinema Human Rights and Advocacy is a training initiative jointly developed by EIUC and CHRA. The 10-day intense training is aimed at young professionals wishing to broaden their understanding on the connections between human rights, films, digital media and video advocacy, to share ideas and foster participatory and critical thinking on urgent human rights issues, debate with experts and filmmakers from all over the world during the 75th Venice international Film Festival and learn how to use films as a tool for social and cultural change.
The Summer School offers an exciting programme of lectures, film screenings, discussions and working groups that combine human rights expertise, media studies and video advocacy strategies. The eight sessions develop issues relating to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights illustrated in Films, a History of Human Rights Cinema, Freedom of Expression and Censorship, the Role of the Media in Advancing Human Rights Causes, the Use of Video in Human Rights Documentation and Advocacy, Production and Distribution of Human Rights Films and Social Documentaries, The Role of the New Media during Conflict, Documentary Film Project Development. Each module is illustrated by film or documentary screenings.
GLOBAL GOVERNANCE AND INTERNATIONAL LAW SUMMER SCHOOL, 2- 6 JULY 2018, Leuven, Belgium.
The Leuven Centre for Global Governance Studies (University of Leuven) and the Dean Rusk International Law Center (University of Georgia School of Law) are delighted to welcome you to study international law and global governance with us over the course of the week.
Through lectures, discussions, and a high-level conference, you will explore global governance – how state, regional, and international legal regimes, plus individuals, corporations, intergovernmental and nongovernmental organizations, networks, and other nonstate actors interact. A range of global challenges will be discussed, such as trade and sustainable development, peace and security, human rights, the rule of law, and democracy.
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CRITICAL STUDIES ON FOOD IN ITALY PROGRAM. 5-Week Full Immersion Summer Program, Rome, Italy, May 21 – June 23, 2018.
Gustolab is now accepting applications for a 5-week Summer 2018 Critical Studies on Food in Italy study abroad program and a 4-week Academic Internship Program. Designed, promoted and managed by Gustolab International Food Systems and Sustainability and University of Massachusetts Amherst. The program is open to all majors. Students can earn up to 9 credits.
Critical Studies on Food Culture (3 credits)
Food Media, Communication and Trends (3 credits)
Food, Nutrition and Culture in Italy (3 credits)
Food Waste in Italy (3 credits) NEW!
Elementary Italian Language UMASS ITAL 110 (3 credits) and Intensive Elementary Italian Language UMASS ITAL 126 (6 credits)
Italian Lexicon for Food Studies (3 credits)
Students can add on the 4-week academic internship program at the end of the Critical Studies on Food in Italy Program, June 24 – July 21, 2018, in multiple locations in Italy. Internships are customized according to the needs of students. They offer interns the opportunity to work in a specific field dealing with some aspect of food systems or sustainability. Interns will also carry out a research project.