Museum Studies Study Abroad Undergraduate Programs
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].
The LdM Florence campus is one of the largest international schools in Italy, located in fourteen buildings in the historic city center near the famous Duomo. Courses are taught in English and are held throughout the year.
The Art and Museums in Russia is for students looking to understand not only Russia's cultural and historical heritage, but also how cultural and historical heritage can be best preserved and transmitted.
GlobalEd’s Semester Work and Study: Seville Program offers a Tourism and Hospitality Track for those students interested in focusing their academic and work experience in the area of hospitality or tourism. The Work and Study program provides a full stud
Spend a month studying in London and earn university credit. Our classes cover topics such as British Life and Culture, Theatre in London, Art and Museums in London, International Business, History of Slavery, Shakespeare, Literature, Design, Forensic Sci
Potential Placements are available for a variety of majors including Business, Hospitality, Communications and Arts. Students will have the opportunity to work in an organization pertinent to their major or interest while simultaneously exploring the beau
I.C.E. internships are for exceptional individuals walking the path less traveled. Whether you are a High School graduate taking a time out before college, a college student seeking to earn internship credit, or a professional in search of a new career di
ASE offers single semester, full year and summer school programs to high calibre US undergraduates. Includes full social and intercultural programme, residentials in Oxford and Stratford-upon-Avon, and extensive opportunities for integration with British
Gain professional experience through this 4-credit internship course, working in various fields in Scotland. Placements are offered in the creative arts, tourism, cultural or historical sites, non-profits & more.
- Traditional Culture and Life Styles
- Indigenous and Maritime Archaeology Methods and Fieldwork
- Human-Environment Interactions over the last 10,000 years
- Methods of archaeological survey, mapping, recording, and excavation
The two week program combines first class academic courses about "The Discovery of Modernity - Vienna Around 1900" with an extensive social and cultural program. Participants will study the input of the fin-de-siècle on the modernization of Europe.
APA Paris is a direct enroll-hybrid program that allows students to select classes within APA and/or in the University of Paris system. Customized language support, housing, and cultural activities are included.
Through readings, excursions, and walking tours through "Black Paris," this course will examine the literature, art, food, geographies, and politics of African American expatriates in Paris. Earn 4 undergrad credits in this three-week course at NYU Paris.
Discover European art and architecture with a special focus on the works that you will be able to visit in Barcelona, Paris, Milan, and more! Study incredible masterpieces and then see them in real life!
The ways museums present artefacts and knowledge offer us different perspectives on human culture. This course looks at how museums and exhibitions are structured and designed. Which objects are selected, which are left out, and why?
Tourism summer school is scheduled over two weeks of intensive courses including lectures Week 1 : 26-30 June / University of Angers (ESTHUA): Enhancement of the historical and cultural heritage Week 2: 3-7 July / Maine et Loire CCI: French Culinary
The late Summer terms take full advantage of the varied cultural, artistic, and social events that Florence and Italy offer during May, June and July. Two sessions: Summer I (May-June) and Summer II (June-July).