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Study abroad, taking courses or working internships specially designed to enhance your English or Journalism degrees.

Study abroad asks students to boldly explore the relationships among reading, writing, and culture. Whether you take courses abroad in literature and writing, learn a new language while immersing yourself in a new culture, or work in a specially designed internship outside the United States, study abroad encourages our students to imagine how they can make a difference in another culture and country.

Study abroad programs can last anywhere from a few weeks to one semester to a full academic year. Chapman University supports study abroad in a variety of cities within Africa, Asia, Australia, New Zealand, Europe, and Latin America. Students participating in the program receive Chapman University credit and pay their regular Chapman tuition.

The following sections provide information on the different types of Study Abroad programs available to students, including short-term options run as travel courses.

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Travel Courses

A “travel course” is a short-term study abroad experience. The courses are taught by Department of English faculty and take place over summer term or interterm (winter). Each course features a one- to four-week travel portion.

For more information on Travel Courses, visit the Center for Global Education’s Travel Course webpage.

International Internships

International internships are offered in Australia, New Zealand, Dublin, London, Madrid, and Shanghai. Programs typically include internship placement, housing, on-site orientation, and transportation to and from the internship site.

For more information on International Internships, visit the Center for Global Education’s Internship webpage.

Chapman Study Abroad Program

The Study Abroad Program is also part of the Center for Global Education at Chapman University. The program offers a variety of opportunities for students to study over the Fall and Spring semesters in cities around the world.

For more information on Study Abroad opportunities, visit the Center for Global Education’s Study Abroad page.