Study Abroad

Relevant to a major’s understanding of global art and architecture

The largest number of art history majors spend a semester or year abroad in Italy, England, Scotland, and France. There are also study-abroad opportunities in Denmark, Ireland, China, and elsewhere. The McCulloch Center for Global Initiatives maintains a searchable database of all international programs, as well as student feedback from those programs. The database can be searched by “art history” and by region.

Top Twelve Most Popular Study Abroad Programs Among Art History Majors:

  1. CET Art and Italian Studies in Siena 
  2. Siena School for the Liberal Arts 
  3. Trinity College in Rome 
  4. University College London 
  5. Mount Holyoke in Montpellier 
  6. Sweet Briar in Paris 
  7. Bologna Consortial Studies Program 
  8. University of Edinburgh 
  9. University of St. Andrews
  10. IES Program in Rome 
  11. Syracuse Program in Florence 
  12. Queen Mary College in London