For the undergraduate student interested in curation, art history and the scholarly study of museums, Study Museum Studies abroad Program will offer you the opportunity to immerse yourself in a foreign culture. While you work to earn valuable undergraduate academic credits, you could potentially learn a new language, attend local music and art festivals, and enjoy the food of your host country.

Why Study Museum Studies Abroad?

Studying museology abroad is worth considering if you are looking for an immersive art experience where you get both the in-classroom and the out of classroom learning. See the actual monuments, sculptures, places or paintings that you may have studied in textbooks now come alive. Choose from a variety of cities depending on when you want to go and what type of artwork you hope to see in person.

FUN FACT: According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, museums may prefer to hire candidates with knowledge of the museum’s specialty, training in museum studies, or previous experience working in museums[i].