Whether it’s digging up ancient artefacts on an archeological dig in Israel or divining the meaning of the latest modern artworks at Venice Biennale, students at the National School of Arts and Humanities are encouraged to explore the wider world.

The whole world’s your classroom

Learning shouldn’t stop the minute you close a textbook. The whole world is a living, breathing classroom. And sometimes, instead of bringing the lesson to you, we’ll take you to the lesson.

The National School of Arts and Humanities offers multiple overseas study opportunities. Some are directly related to particular courses and some are multi-disciplinary. Some are based at our Rome Campus and others will take you to other parts of the world, from Israel to Fiji.

But they all have a common goal: to guide you to an understanding of your place in a shared global community, where your actions can work toward the betterment of all.

The school’s overseas offerings change regularly but an example of our overseas units include:

  • ARCH203 Archaeological Excavation in Israel
  • HUMA252 Art, Politics and Society in Renaissance and Baroque Rome
  • SOCS210 The Social and Cultural Life of Fijian Young People

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