Several study abroad programs fit well with the mass communication and integrated marketing communication curricula. The following programs have numerous course offerings in mass communication, editing, public relations, and complimentary fields. All study abroad courses are taught in English, no matter where you choose to study. Please look over these options to see which best fits your interests and needs.
The listed sample study plans for a 4-year course of study in the Department of Mass Communication includes a study abroad semester. Be aware that these are dynamic documents that change according to the semester and the class schedules of the host institutions. It is the responsibility of the student to work with his/her advisor and Winthrop’s International Center to develop and get approved an academic plan of specific courses to be taken during a semester abroad.
“At the top of the World!” The University of Agder is the fifth largest university in Norway with about 9,000 students in five academic schools. The United Nations has named Norway the best country to live in. Expect to experience the great outdoors and Nordic lifestyle while participating in the Norwegian culture.
Deakin, a multi-award winning university with an international focus, provides innovative courses and outstanding support for international students. Students will study at the Geelong campuses which are in a beautiful setting with excellent facilities and good transportation.
Dublin is the commercial center of Ireland. DBS students can enjoy the theater, sporting events, festivals and other attractions of city life. Students have the opportunity to explore Irish culture and society. As Ireland's largest independent third level institution, DBS has a student population of more than 9,000.
The 160-acre campus of Edge Hill is in the heart of Northwest England and thirty minutes by train from Liverpool. Edge Hill is home to 24,000 students and staff from all over the world and from many different walks of life. In addition to an extensive course selection, housing and meals are included with tuition.
Jonkoping is a very livable and easy to navigate place to study. It is the tenth largest city in Sweden (pdf - 10 KB) with 127,000 residents, lots of transportation options, and is three hours from Stockholm, the capital city. The university has 12,000 students and 1,200 international students. There are study abroad programs in both the International Business School and the School of Education and Communication.
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