Using digital tools, the International Urban Storytelling program captures the people, places and traditions of a region. Under the guidance of a Klein faculty member, students will produce a multimedia research project that includes audio, photography, text and video. This program explores the city as a classroom, mobilizing students through on-site lectures, excursions and field work.
The location for the program rotates each year, providing students with an in-depth look at two international destinations: Ireland and South Africa. These destinations are ripe for comparison given their post-conflict statuses, grappling with similar challenges as they each maintain peace in their respective locales.
For the summer of 2018, students will study in the innovative technological hub of Dublin at Dublin City University. Students will have the option of complementing their studies with an internship in their field in their city of choice in Ireland.
Summer 2018 Program in Dublin
- Term available: summer
- Dates: Early June through early July with possibility of extension to complete internship
- Internship: optional six-week internship for an additional three credits
- Courses (6 credits): Dublin 360: Digital Storytelling and Media in Irish Society
- Faculty: Klein College faculty program leader
- Student life: Apartment-style housing in northern Dublin
- Program is open to undergraduates
- Application deadline: Feb. 15
To schedule an appointment to learn more or to start your application for the International Urban Storytelling program, visit the Global Opportunities’ application portal.