Undergraduate International Opportunities

School of Communications students can have global learning experiences in the classroom, online, or at one of our international campuses. The opportunities are almost endless.

Our student population is diverse.  Our faculty spend time teaching at international campuses, and faculty from our international campuses, in turn, spend time teaching at the St. Louis campus. Exposure to multiple perspectives and cultures helps students better understand the global media market and the interconnected world in which we live.

Webster University offers a range of support programs and a choice of campuses that offer students the opportunity to choose media communications courses to enhance their global learning experiences. From learning about different cultures to experiencing new cultures firsthand with a semester abroad at one of our international campuses, we prepare students to excel as skilled professionals in a global field of communications.

International Study Opportunities:

FLST 3160 W1 Topics in Film Studies: Cuba Through Film and Literature
(Cross-listed with ILC 2150 and ISTL 2550)

Online course dates: September 9 through October 31, 2014
Study abroad component: Fall break - October 17 through October 26, 2014.
Program fee: $1,300
Study Abroad Fee: $150

For more information, contact Jorge Oliver at joliver@webster.edu, Silvia Navia at navia@webster.edu
or the Office of Study Abroad at worldview@webster.edu 

JOUR 3150 01 Topics in Modern Media: Travel Journalism: Scotland
Summer travel, fall class
Travel to Scotland August 2 through 14, 2014
Course continues to meet in the fall semester

For more information contact Linda Williams at lindaw@webster.edu 
or the Office of Study Abroad in Sverdrup 207 at worldview@webster.edu.


Student project from Cha-am, Thailand campus (2:05)


JOUR 3150 Topics in Modern Media: Travel Journalism: Scotland, Summer 2013 (1:34)

International Campuses Offering Media Communications Programs:

Leiden, the Netherlands
London, Great Britain
Vienna, Austria
Geneva, Switzerland

International Support Programs:

The Center for International Education (CIE) arranges housing for the international studies major and certificate programs and serves as an information resource for faculty, staff, and students seeking international fellowships, grants, internships and other programs.

The Walker EDGE: Global Internships challenge aspiring young professionals to apply their academic training to the international workplace.

Our Multicultural Center and International Student Affairs (MCISA) provides programs and services to students and faculty to help foster a community environment that values social differences, respects cultural uniqueness, and facilitates cross-cultural interaction, learning, and appreciation.