Studying communication outside of the United States gives you a truly intercultural perspective.
Communication studies students can choose from a variety of study abroad programs, including Towson University programs, exchanges and affiliate programs. The cost to participate varies from program to program, as do the services included. Federal financial aid can be used and Study Abroad scholarships are also available.
Communication studies faculty-led programs include:
Immerse yourself in a culture which prides itself in social-political constructions
like "acceptance" and "tolerance." Explore race, gender, class, and sexuality within
a Dutch context as you cruise the canals of Amsterdam. Program highlights include
a visit to the Anne Frank Huis, the Keukenhof Gardens, the Rijksmuseum, and the Black
Identity, Expression, and Social Action in Scotland.
Study abroad in Scotland in minimester 2021 [Cancelled due to COVID-19]. Explore the intersection of culture and identity among diverse yet intertwined populations through the analysis of historic, political, artistic, and personal expression texts.
Special emphasis is given to Scotland’s path toward devolution, the Scottish Referendum on Independence, and the impact of Brexit on Scottish political thought and national identity. The application deadline is October 15. For more information, contact program director Professor Cynthia Cooper (mfrischherz AT_TOWSON) or visit the TU Study Abroad website.
Barcelona is a vibrant, energetic city on the Mediterranean coast of Spain with rich history and a modern, avant-garde contemporary culture. Join this tremendously popular study abroad experience in Barcelona and learn about global competence.
Want to study abroad but don’t have the financial resources? Find out how you can fund your study abroad trip.