Rich in cultural and intellectual life, London is a mecca for the student of mass media and theater. Since 1969, students from across the United States have attended Temple’s London programs, meeting the best people in British media and theater. It is also impossible to be in London and not make time for museum visits, field trips, and the pub culture.
Summer 2011: July 5 – August 11, 2011
Fall 2011: September 1 – December 11, 2011
Spring 2012: January 5 – April 15, 2012
Summer 2012: July 3 – August 9, 2012
Fall 2012: September 6 – December 16, 2012
Spring 2013: January 3 – April 14, 2012 *tentative
Check out this promotional video for the London Summer 2012 program – the deadline is February 15, 2012!
- Intern at British or American media or theater organizations for college credit
- Take courses in advertising, broadcasting, film and media arts, journalism, mass media, strategic communication, and theater
- Live in the heart of London
- Participate in numerous excursions in and around London
Follow Erik Waldman, a Film & Media Arts major, as he explores all that London has to offer during the Spring 2012 semester. Watch Erik’s latest video blog below or view all of his videos here! You can also check out all of Owen Pelesh’s video blogs from the Fall 2011 semester here!
To learn more about applying to this program, click here.
Or read more about…
Owen Pelesh Temple London Fall 2011; Major: Theater
Watch Owen’s last update below or check out all of Owen’s video blogs here!
Jaclyne Hopkins Temple London Fall 2008; Double-major in Communications and History; Intern at Prospero World: www.prosperoworld.org
“My study away experience meant the world to me, literally. I took away that traveling is a blessing and being able to study culture, especially media, in a country other than the US, makes us more aware individuals. I grew not only as a student of Temple, but as a person of our world, because the global outlook I received by studying in London (especially during the 2008 presidential election) allowed me to broaden my scope of interest in world affairs and share my knowledge when I returned.”