The Department of Visual Arts at UMBC offers opportunities to study abroad at two institutions in Europe:
Schwäbisch Hall, GERMANY
Fachhochschule Schwäbisch Hall, Hochschule für Gestaltung (University of Applied Sciences)
iFachhochschule Schwäbisch Hall
Click here to view our graduate Foreign Exchange, June 2006
Universidad Politecnica de Valencia, "fine arts" Facultad de San Carlos, Valencia, Spain.
Polytechnic University of Valencia
These programs offer enriching opportunities that include cultural, language, and artistic exploration. Both schools are located in areas where students may encounter a diverse social environment while pursuing their academic studies.
To apply for a semester abroad, view our Apply page for the procedures and requirements.
To learn more about the individual programs for Germany and Spain, contact either of the following professors:
Professor John Sturgeon
Professor Guenet Abraham
To learn more about other programs and get more general information please see: Study Abroad Program.
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