Researching different programs can help you make the best choice for your study abroad experience. The Office of Global Education has all the information students need on choosing a program, applying, and getting ready to leave.
The College of Arts & Media is excited to offer students the opportunity to diversify their learning experience by studying in a new and different environment.
Studying abroad gives students the chance to learn about themselves and incorporate different perspectives into their work. CU Denver offers a number of Study Abroad programs for CAM students to choose from. Taking the time to research locations and program specifics will ensure students choose the best program for their needs.
In 2019 CAM students traveled to Singapore, Italy, Czech Republic, India, and Japan. Discover more about their unique international experiences.
With the winding medieval streets of Florence as a backdrop, students created images inspired by some of the most significant works in art history, while using studying the relationship between artistic theories, historic works of art, and early photographic processes.
Led by Visual Arts faculty Travis Vermilye and Michelle Carpenter, students across disciplines traveled to Singapore for a study of one of the world’s most thriving and energetic creative economies.
While walking the streets that Dvorak, Mozart, and Beethoven called home, Recording Arts students participated in immersive recording and mix sessions, learning music production and recording in a city full of culture and musical legacy.
In collaboration with the the Global Livingston Institute (GLI), a nonprofit organization committed to education and economic opportunities, students and faculty from the College of Arts & Media (CAM) recently traveled to Masaka, Uganda, to assist with the iKnow Concert Series.
Ten Film & Television students, led by Roma Sur, traveled to Mumbai, India to collaborate with India’s top film school to produce a bi-lingual short film in “Bollywood”, the movie capital of the eastern hemisphere.