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Studying Abroad

Newhouse students can see and study the world through the SU Abroad program as well as special industry partnerships. Whether you're interested in Bollywood filmmaking or practicing public relations or advertising in Dubai, Newhouse offers opportunities for travel and study in a variety of international locations.

Newhouse Exchange Programs

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In addition to the opportunities provided by SU Abroad and its world partners, the Newhouse School has exchange agreements with a growing list of leading journalism and mass communications programs. These agreements allow Newhouse students to develop skills in learning environments side-by-side with students from other countries. These exchanges can become an important step for the person who wants to be a communications professional on the international stage. Current exchanges are available with Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences in the Netherlands, Stuttgart Media University in Germany, Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya in Israel, and the Danish School of Media and Journalism in Copenhagen and Aarhus, Denmark.

All three campuses offer journalism and mass communication instruction in English. The office of the Associate Dean for Research, Creativity, International Initiatives and Diversity manages the exchange agreements in cooperation with SU Abroad.

Dubai Internship Program

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Newhouse's Dubai Internship Program was developed by SU alumnus Reda Raad ’95, in collaboration with Newhouse Dean Lorraine Branham. Raad runs TBWA/RAAD, an advertising and public relations agency, which offers annual internships to Newhouse students. Kevin O’Neill, professor of practice in advertising at Newhouse, directs the Dubai Internship Program.

NBC Olympics Internships

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NBC Sports has hired hundreds of college students in recent decades to work as interns for the Olympic Games. Newhouse students typically land many of those internships and NBC has hired some of them to work full-time for the network after the Games.