Emily Chin, B.A. public relations ’17 speaks about her USC Annenberg study abroad experience in the United Kingdom.
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The Annenberg study abroad program in London was one of my most defining college experiences and helped me gain a better world view. I loved exploring London as a city through its eclectic food markets and interesting architecture. Annenberg also made... Read more
Applications for Fall 2023 are now closed.
The Annenberg study abroad program in London was one of my most defining college experiences and helped me gain a better world view. I loved exploring London as a city through its eclectic food markets and interesting architecture. Annenberg also... Read more
Lilly Hoang, B.A. communication ’18, speaks about her experience in the USC Annenberg International Communication Studies program. The program took her to London, Paris, Madrid, Rome and Prague in the span of five weeks over the summer.
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WHY SHOULD I STUDY ABROAD? Any student, regardless of their career of choice, must learn to account for the effects of global and international dynamics. As methods of communication allow greater and substantial interactions instantly with people and industries around the world, it is especially important for Annenberg majors... Read more
Qualified university students from around the world will have the opportunity to spend a semester or year studying at the University of Southern California Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism. The US Media Studies Program at Annenberg (USMSPA) for international, non-degree seeking students. Students admitted to this program will take... Read more
Want to know which study abroad programs will allow you to earn Annenberg major credit? Consult the lists below and click on the program location/name for more details. The number in parentheses indicates the maximum number of major units that students may earn for the program. Unless otherwise noted, the... Read more