University College Cork
Thrive in the vibrant college town of Cork, Ireland’s second largest city that is known for its welcoming locals, incredible food culture, and incomparable music scene. Take classes in the arts including “Exploring Irish Traditional Music”, “Music in Modern Ireland”, and “Musical Traditions and Cultural Contexts”.

University of Waikato

Take in the beauty of Hamilton while enjoying quick access to all the adventure-packed outdoor activities New Zealand has to offer. Take coursework in subjects such as Theatre Studies, Dance, and Music. Past course offerings include “Dance, Movement, and Culture” and “Music, Sound and Human Communication.”

University of Malta
Live in a dynamic student town among a vast international community in one of the safest destinations in all of Europe. The University of Malta offers Art History, Dance, Music Performance, and Theatre. Past courses include “Art in Malta: Late Medieval to Early Renaissance” and “World Music Theories.”

University of Ghana
Delicious street food, great beaches, and historic sites await you in Ghana. Choose from courses focused on dance, theatre, and African music through classes such as “Dance Forms of Africa” and “Contemporary Music in Ghana.” ISEP’s Resident Director can arrange volunteer projects to get involved in your host community.

Kansai Gaidai University

Kansai Gaidai University offers endless ways to integrate into Japanese culture, including coordinated weekend excursions and local cultural activities such as learning a traditional dance. Take classes in English in Media Studies, Musicology, and Studio Art. Sample courses include “Manga Drawing” and “Koto (Japanese Harp) Basics.

University of Roehampton
Based on a beautiful campus in southwest London, students at Roehampton love having easy access to everything London offers with the quiet of a traditional university campus. Take a vast range of dance courses while studying at Roehampton. Past offerings include “Introduction to the London Stage” and “Screendance.”

University of Johannesburg
Johannesburg is one of the largest cities in Africa and is the economic and cultural center of South Africa. A melting pot of cultures from the African continent and beyond, students have easy access to explore the country’s seven World Heritage sites. Take courses in Art History, Studio Art, and Jewelry Design.

Ewha Womans University

Experience the vibrant pop culture capital of Seoul while studying at Ewha Womans University. Although traditionally a women’s university, it is open to international students of all gender identities. Past coursework taught in English includes “Contemporary Photography” and “Introduction to Asian Art History.”

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