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For more information on the Department of English study abroad program, please contact:

Beth Brown, Academic Adviser, eaf4@psu.eduDepartment of English | 144 Ritenour Building , University Park, PA 16802
 | http://english.la.psu.edu/undergraduate/study-abroad


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EDUCATION ABROAD PROGRAMS RECOMMENDED BY THE DEPARTMENT:

Allihies: Representing the Irish Landscape, Literature and Visual Arts 

Arcadia: Galway, National University of Ireland

London: Literary London 

Brighton: University of Sussex 

Leeds: University of Leeds 

CIEE London: Goldsmiths College 

CIEE Cape Town: Arts and Sciences 

CIEE Prague: Central European Studies 

Wellington: Victoria University of Wellington

We've highlighted some of the programs that fit well into an English major or minor. They are meant as examples, so don't confine your search to this list.


ACADEMIC NOTES:

Students interested in studying abroad and applying credits towards English major or minor requirements should consult with the English adviser about the process for receiving approval for courses not listed on the course equivalency list. For courses not already evaluated, the English undergraduate director will determine how credits taken abroad may count towards the major or minor. Ideally students should start this planning before going abroad.


OTHER IMPORTANT INFORMATION:

For more information on global experiences and enrichment funding in the College of the Liberal Arts, please contact the Career Enrichment Network staff at lanetwork@psu.edu or 814-865-1070.

 

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