Why should I be interested in Education Abroad?

Education Abroad can help you:

  • Globalize your world view
  • Expand your problem-solving skills and intercultural understanding
  • Prepare you to work in an increasingly diverse and international workplace
  • Enhance your sense of independence and adaptability
  • Gain new insight into the world and yourself
Dr. Chike Anyaegbunam
Department Chair
Dr. Beth Barnes
Education Abroad Advisor
Olivia Ellis
EA Advisor

What is a Major Advising Page?

Major Advising Pages (MAP) feature education abroad programs that your department thinks are most appropriate for this discipline. Participating in a program featured on this MAP will allow you to complete coursework for your major/minor that has already been approved to transfer.

How do I use this MAP?

Use this MAP to identify programs of interest to you that offer coursework that might fulfill some of your degree requirements or compliment your studies at UK.

Ready to get Started?

As you evaluate the programs on this MAP, consider these important questions.

  • Do you want to complete courses abroad, or prefer completing a research project or internship?
  • Do you want to learn a language or improve your foreign language skills?
  • Would you like to study abroad for a semester, academic year, or a shorter amount of time like a summer or winter?
  • Do you want to study abroad with UK Students, or would you prefer to study alongside local students or other international students?

Highlighted Programs


Outside of New York City, London is the advertising and marketing capital of the world. This course will examine the similarities and differences in advertising and public relations practice in London compared to the United States through in-country study of print, broadcast, cinema and out-of-home advertising and visits to advertising and public relations agencies. Students will enroll in ISC 497: Strategic Communication in the United Kingdom (3 credit hours).
Term: Winter
Language: English
The course, JOU 319 World Media Systems, will be a comparison of the communications media in different countries of the world and the theories used to justify them. How various political and social systems affect the media and how the media affect the societies in which they exist. For additional information, please contact Professor Kakie Urch (kakie.urch@uky.edu).
Term: Summer
Language: English
The course will feature guest lecturers from field experts and site visits throughout the area, as well as several days of practical experience in a strategic communications-related capacity through work with a local non-profit organization. Participation in this course will lead to an understanding of gender, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation and, as appropriate, other forms of diversity in domestic society in relation to strategic communication. Students will enroll in ISC 497: Special Topics in Integrated Strategic Communication (3 credit hours). For additional information, please contact the Program Director, Beth Barnes (bbarnes@uky.edu).
Term: Summer
Language: English
This program will explore how brands craft their messaging in the digital marketplace through a hands-on multimedia project - focusing on various components of digital engagement including video, social media, podcasts, etc. - which will be published on the University of Kentucky's institutional platforms.Westminster. Through this project and site visits to multimedia agencies throughout London, students will gain an understanding of branding and digital integration in strategic campaigns, as well as the importance of cultural competency for international audiences. Students will enroll in ISC 497: Multimedia for ISC (3 credit hours) as well as in EAP 599: Study Abroad (1 credit hour).
Term: Summer
Language: English
Through study in the Western Cape province, including visits to government and wine industry offices and to wine producers experimenting with a range of methods to promote their products, students in this program will get a close view of the need for strategic communication practitioners to fully account for cultural and contextual issues in developing campaigns. Students will work in one of two small groups to develop two campaigns targeting U.S. audiences, one to promote the sale of South African wines in the U.S., and the other to encourage U.S. consumers to visit South Africa's wine regions. Students will enroll in ISC 497: Special Topics in ISC: Promoting the South African Wine Industry (3 credit hours) as well as EAP 599: Study Abroad (1 credit hour).
Term: Summer
Language: English


Massey University

Wellington, New Zealand

New Zealand is ranked No. 1 in world for student teaching and experience. Available courses includes Art in Context, Digital Illustration, Sequential Art, Character Design, Visual Communications, and more.
Term: Academic Year , Fall , Spring
Language: English


Charles Sturt University

Bathurst, Port Macquarie or Wagga Wagga, Australia

CSU was established in 1989 and named in honor of Captain Charles Sturt, a British explorer who led expeditions into New South Wales and South Australia in the first half of the 19th century. CSU offers small class sizes, a hands-on approach to learning, easy access to teachers, and an opportunity for an authentic Australian "Outback" experience!
Term: Academic Year , Fall , Spring
Language: English
Carlos III offers courses such as Information Skills, Writing & Communication Skills, Speech Techniques, and Enterprise Communication. The university offers a wide array of coursework in both English and Spanish.
Term: Academic Year , Fall , Spring
Language: English, Spanish