Learning Abroad

London Learning Abroad Korea & Taiwan Learning Abroad

London Learning Abroad

A 2013 recipient of the University of Utah Beacons of Excellence Award for creating transformational experiences that empower students!
Students who participate in the Theatre, Fine Arts and Humanities London Learning Abroad program will spend 6 weeks in England attending classes, performances by some of the finest theatre companies in the world, and visiting art galleries, museums, and historic sites.

The Theatre, Fine Arts and Humanities in London Learning Abroad program is an exciting way for students to earn their International Requirement. This requirement is designed to help students appreciate the interdependence of the global community, understand the viewpoints of other nations, and improve communication between people across international borders. Credit may also be counted toward the completion of theatre major requirements and/or meet Fine Arts or Humanities General Education requirements. Honors credit can also be awarded with permission from the Honors College.

Travel Dates: May 6 – June 17 (6 weeks)

Application Deadline for 2017: February 15, 2017

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U of U students nominated the Theatre, Fine Arts, and Humanities in London Learning Abroad Program for a Beacons of Excellence Award. To see a video about the program and the award, click here. (Video produced by Amy Jensen for Learning Abroad.)

For more information about this program and for applications, click here.

 


Global Theatre Design & Dramaturgy in Korea & Taiwan Learning Abroad

Begin the program in Incheon, South Korea at the University of Utah’s Asia Campus. Study and create design for performance, space, environments, and installation from an international and dramaturgical context in Incheon and Seoul. Take a six-day excursion to Taipei, where you will attend the 2017 World Stage Design Exhibition for three days and celebrate the very best in global performance design. Return to Incheon, incorporate international and dramaturgical approaches to design that you have learned throughout the program in a final project. The course will appeal to theatre, film, art, and dance majors.

Academics

  • Available credit(s): 6-9
  • Applicants are required to enroll in the program 2 of the program courses (Undergraduate)
  • Courses are subject to change
  • Click on the Courses Offered link above for more information, including prerequisites

Excursions

  • Possible excursions may include:
    • Korea:
      • National Theatre of Korea
      • National Folk Museum of Korea
      • National Palace Museum of Korea
    • Taiwan:
      • Lin Liu-Hsin Pupet Theatre Museum
      • Taipei 101 Observatory
      • Longshen Temple
      • Taipei Eye Chinese Opera
      • See Join Puppet Theatre
      • National Palace Museum of Tiawan
      • Maokung Gondola

 

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Opportunities Outside the U

Theatrical and cultural immersion in the heart of San Francisco

Are you ready for an artistic, intellectual, and personal transformation?

A West Coast first, and the only study-away program of its kind in San Francisco, the 15-week San Francisco Semester at American Conservatory Theater is perfect for college-aged actors seeking to supplement their education and broaden their professional networks. The curriculum blends the richness of an academic theater curriculum with unique experiential immersion in one of the most artistically vibrant and culturally diverse cities in the world (which is also home to more than 300 theater companies)!

The San Francisco Semester is a pivotal program for serious acting students, as well as those who are curious, adventurous, and hungry to learn more about the art and craft of performance. Earn up to 17 college credits and engage with master artists, actors, teachers, and professional producers and directors.You’ll gain valuable skills for the next phase of your life, whether that’s in an M.F.A. program or other kinds of professional training.

Click here for application instructions, forms, and materials.