What would you do If you were an undergraduate at MSU and had the opportunity to continue your studies outside of the United States over the summer? Well, 153 of our students have opted to embrace the life-changing experience of studying abroad. Communication Arts & Sciences students make up 8.5 percent of all MSU undergrad students studying abroad in the 2011-12 academic school year.
Our college has 14 faculty-led programs, 11 international internship programs and 10 sponsored direct enroll university programs. We offer programs in Africa, Australia, Europe, Asia and North America.
This summer, CAS students are currently in or will be traveling to: Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, China, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Kenya, Luxembourg, Madagascar, Netherlands, South Africa, Spain, South Korea, Switzerland, Tanzania, Turkey and the U.K.
The resources and experiences our students gain abroad align with our college's mission and the vision of the university as a whole. The College of Communication Arts & Sciences prepares tomorrow's global communication leaders. We combine a research-intensive faculty with a strong professional mission to prepare students for rewarding careers to influence the professional practice of communication worldwide.
MSU is the nation’s leader in study abroad participation among public universities. Study abroad programs allow students to become globally engaged citizen leaders making a positive difference, locally and globally and enhancing quality of life here and around the world.
We wish our students safe traveling and can’t wait to see their photos and hear about their enriching experiences abroad.Share via these networks: