Education Abroad

Faculty & Advisers

Humanities Majors and Minors


Many study abroad programs offer challenging internship opportunities for students who enjoy engaging their writing and research skills. A museum internship in London or a theater internship in Berlin aren’t just notches for your resume; they will lead to exciting internships and career opportunities back in the United States, or even in other overseas locations in the future.

Many students believe that if they are studying the humanities abroad, they need to first be proficient or fluent in a foreign language. This is not always the case. Many English-language programs are located in the UK, Ghana, South Africa, India, Ireland, Australia or New Zealand.

Students also have opportunities to begin learning a new language through UR-sponsored English-language programs in Austria, Argentina, Chile, the Czech Republic, Egypt, Germany, Hungary, Israel, Italy, Jordan, Netherlands, Poland, Russia, Spain, Sweden and Taiwan.

(See affiliated programs for program descriptions.)