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International Relations

List of recommended overseas programs by subject availability:

Availability of specified field of study does NOT indicate that major/minor credit will be granted. Students must consult with major/minor advisor regarding coursework for major/minor credit.

 

Africa / Middle East:

Gaborone, Botswana - University of Botswana
Cairo, Egypt - American University in Cairo

Amman, Jordan – CIEE Amman
Jerusalem, Israel - Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Rabat, Morocco - AMIDEAST Rabat
Cape Town, South Africa - University of Cape Town
Istanbul, Turkey – Bo─čaziçi University (spring only)

 

Asia:

Beijing, China
Nagoya, Japan - Nanzan University Center for Japanese Studies
Tokyo, Japan - Waseda University (year)
Tokyo, Japan - Sophia University
Tokyo, Japan - Tokyo International University
East Asia – Japan, Korea, Hong Kong (spring only)
Seoul, South Korea - Yonsei University

 

Australia / New Zealand:

Canberra, Australia - Australian National University
Melbourne, Australia - University of Melbourne
Brisbane, Australia - University of Queensland
Auckland, New Zealand – University of Auckland
Dunedin, New Zealand - University of Otago

 

Europe:

Prague, Czech Republic  (Spring 2016 is last term program will be offered.)
Paris, France - Sciences Po Paris (year or spring only)
Paris, France – USC Semester in Paris
Berlin, Germany
Dresden, Germany
Athens, Greece
Dublin, Ireland - TCD Irish School of Ecumenics (spring only)
Galway, Ireland - National University of Ireland, Galway
Florence, Italy
Milan, Italy
Maastricht, Netherlands
St. Petersburg, Russia
Bilbao, Spain
Madrid, Spain - USC Semester in Madrid
Edinburgh, United Kingdom - University of Edinburgh
Brighton, United Kingdom - University of Sussex
London, United Kingdom - London School of Economics (year)
London, United Kingdom - Queen Mary
London, United Kingdom – King’s College

 

Latin America:

Buenos Aires, Argentina
São Paulo, Brazil
Santiago, Chile
Managua, Nicaragua