With more than 300 programs available in 70 countries, there are many international experiences structured to enhance the student’s undergraduate career. Major and minor credit is available as well as General Education credit. Departmental approval for theatre courses is arranged with the director of undergraduate studies and is coordinated by the Study Abroad Office.
Study abroad programs include…
Specific study abroad opportunities for dramatic art students include, but are not limited to, semester or yearlong exchange programs at Trinity College Dublin, the National University of Ireland in Galway, the University of Glasgow, and Queens University Belfast. Students can also spend the summer or a semester with programs at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA) and the Gaiety School of Acting, Dublin.
Students are also eligible for the Elizabeth Malone Roughton Study Abroad Scholarship, a scholarship awarded to a dramatic art student studying in Ireland for a semester and completing a theatre-related internship as part of the program, and for three Joan H. Gillings Study Abroad Scholarships for drama majors and minors completing a theatre-related program for either semester or year-long study abroad.
See more in the UNC catalog here.
If you have questions about any of the said programs or are interested in travel reach out to Adam N. Versényi.