STUDY ABROAD FOR ANTHROPOLOGY MAJORS
The Department of Anthropology encourages students to study abroad as part of anthropology's emphasis on cross-cultural learning. The Department will support students interested in any study abroad program with anthropological content, broadly defined, including programs allowing the study of society, culture, history, politics, economics, psychology, and related fields.
This is a selection of highlighted study abroad options. For a comprehensive listing of options, complete university descriptions and course listings, please visit the AU Abroad Website.
- MICEFA Exchange *has language prerequisite
- Trinity College Dublin
- University of Limerick
- National University of Galway - Study Anthopology and Celtic Studies in Connemara. Special courses offered visiting students.
- University of Auckland
- James Cook University— Study at JCU will enable you to take a variety of courses in Anthropology and Archaeology in the unique tropical coastal environment!
- University of Melbourne
- University of Queensland
- Mexico: UDLA Puebla – Universidad de las Americas, specializing in anthropology and archeology of Mesoamerica, will give you the opportunity to learn anthropology from the pre-Columbian times through to issues of contemporary Mexico. Spanish Language Required.
- Korea: Ewha Womans University – This unique opportunity at Ewha Womens University will offer you the ability to learn about Korean language and culture, in the vibrant city of Seoul.
- India: Contemporary India Program – Study Contemporary India in Pune through a combination of courses and an elective internship, to learn all about life in this emerging democracy.
- China: Chinese University of Hong Kong– At the intersection of Chinese culture and the world, CUHK gives you the opportunity to study contemporary Chinese culture, along with Putonghua and Cantonese.
- Korea: Yonsei University
- Kenya: Turkana Basin Institute Origins Field School—This unique program will allow you to explore the edge of human experience, and learn the geology, paleobotany and contemporary environment, in a remote location. (Semester Only)
- Italy: American University of Rome -- Of particular interest to students of Classical Archaeology, AUR offers the unique opportunity to study basic field techniques within a semester program abroad. AUR also offers a full range of courses in Archeology and Anthropology to balance your semester. Field School is also offered during the summer term.
- CET Prague Programs - The Prague Jewish Studies program gives students the opportunity to study the rich history, culture, and literature of Central and Eastern European Jewry through a multidisciplinary curriculum of intensive courses in Prague. The program's location of Prague is one of Europe's most beautiful and enchanting cities, and host to one of the oldest continuous Jewish communities in Europe and one of the richest collections of Judaica in the world.
- Hebrew University of Jerusalem - Study abroad in Jerusalem, a densely populated, bustling city full of significant historical sites, restaurants, museums, and all manner of cultural activities. Hebrew University offers a wide variety of courses, offered mainly in English, in such areas as Jewish studies, Israel studies, archaeology, history, literature, philosophy, religion, communications, international relations, political science, psychology, sociology, and life sciences. Hebrew University also has intensive Hebrew language courses in the fall, spring, and summer terms. Thematic Jewish studies courses are also available during the summer semester.
- Tel Aviv University - Situated in the heart of Israel's coastal region, Tel Aviv University (TAU) is located only a short distance from both the magnificent Mediterranean coast and bustling downtown Tel Aviv, the center of Israeli arts, culture and entertainment. Students take courses in the TAU International School in a wide variety of fields including Jewish Studies. Intensive Hebrew language courses are also available in the fall, spring, and summer terms.
- University of Haifa - Two of the most distinguishing features of Haifa are the physical beauty of this coastal city and the co-existence of its ethnically diverse communities who live and work together. The Christian and Muslim communities of Haifa, the neighboring Druze villages of Usifiya and Daliat-el-Carmel, and Jewish communities from all over Europe, North Africa, the Middle East, North and South America, Ethiopia, and India have combined to create a modern Mediterranean city that is truly special. Students take classes in a variety of fields including Jewish Studies or participate in thematic Honors programs in Psychology or Peace and Conflict Resolution. Intensive Hebrew and Arabic are also available.