Medieval Studies

For more information on study abroad program for Medieval Studies majors, please contact:

Robert R. Edwards, Edwin Erle Sparks Professor of English and Comparative Literature
Department of English | 4 Burrowes Building, University Park, PA 16802 |

Education Abroad Programs Recommended by the Department:

Faculty Led Programs *Besançon: French Language Studies (Summer) 

Faculty Led Programs *London: Literary London (Summer)

Faculty Led Programs *Reggio Calabria, Italy: Language and Culture (Summer) 

Faculty Led Programs *Rome: Study Tour of Roman History and Archaeology (Summer) 

Faculty Led Programs *Todi: Italian Language, Art History, and Visual Arts (Summer) 

Arcadia: Galway, National University of Ireland 

Arcadia: Perugia, Umbra Institute 

CIC-SPA: Montpellier, Language and Culture 

CIEE: Alicante, Liberal Arts 

CIEE: Seville, Liberal Arts 

Dept LA: University of Freiburg 

Temple: Rome, Liberal Arts 

University College Dublin

Florence: Classics and Archeology 

Academic Notes:

Students interested in studying abroad and applying credits towards Medieval Studies major requirements should consult with the Medieval Studies adviser about the process for receiving approval for courses not listed on the course equivalency list. For courses not already evaluated, the Medieval Studies undergraduate director will determine how credits taken abroad may count towards the major.  Ideally students should start this planning before going abroad.

Other Important Information:

For more information on global experiences and enrichment funding in the College of the Liberal Arts, please contact the Career Enrichment Network staff at or 814-865-1070.

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