Southern Connecticut State University
Department of Communication
International Field Study in Liverpool, England
Liverpool Communication Program Application (PDF)- Please fill out and return to Engleman Hall 220.
This unique program gives students the opportunity to meet and study with likeminded students form our partners at Liverpool John Moores University(LJMU) in the "World Capital City of Pop." Students will attend a LJMU Media Production class and complete a special project, either individually or in small groups, that will showcase their understanding of specific communication concept sand skills in their specific field of study. The research project will also showcase students' understanding of the local culture. Before the trip, students will compile a project proposal where they will outline what they will be working on or researching that will showcase or enhance their understanding of a specific communication concept or theory related to cultural and communication differences between Liverpool and New Haven. Students will have access to LJMU film equipment should their project require it. The trip includes several cultural excursions and tours in Manchester and Liverpool. There will be designated times during the trip to meet up with faculty and students to discuss cultural experiences, touch base on the status of student projects, and review relevant communication concepts.
Program Fee Does Not Include:
SCSU's tuition and registration fee, personal expenses, touring, books, laundry, snacks, medical and living expenses, or any additional expenses that alter the itinerary or arrangements
For information regarding financial aid, please contact the Office of Financial Aid
(203) 392-5222 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
*Deposits will be refunded in full if this application is rejected by the program Director.
For additional information, please contact:
Department of Communication Department of Communication
(203) 392-5571 (203) 392-5339
Final acceptance into the program will be given by the program director, Professor Melanie Savelli & Professor Derek Taylor .