Experience CWRU in London at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art: Spring 2017
CWRU in London at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts (RADA) offers students a one-of-a-kind opportunity to study for a full semester at one of the world’s premier institutions for the study of the dramatic arts. As the only CWRU-semester program abroad, the CWRU in London experience allows students to gain up to 15 CWRU credit hours while studying abroad with a group of CWRU students.
This opportunity to immerse yourself in the dramatic arts extends far beyond the classroom. CWRU-RADA alum, Jason Sleisenger explains, "The opportunity to learn at such a prestigious institution from world class RADA instructors created an extraordinary learning experience. Living in London allowed me to immerse in the British culture and meet diverse people from all walks of life. From standing on the stage of Shakespeare's Globe Theatre to attending invigorating West End productions, the CWRU in London program inspired me as an artist."
CWRU in London at the Royal Academy of Dramatic arts is open to students of any major with at least a 3.0 GPA. Your financial aid applies! Applications for Spring 2017 are now open. Meet with an advisor and apply today.
Celebrate International Women's Day: Explore Islam and Women
Celebrate International Women's Day by exploring Islam and women. Being a Muslim is often more than a religious identity. Come learn about powerful Muslim women, diverse perspectives on gender and women in Islam, and how Islam personally relates to women both on and off campus. Hear from members of the Muslim Students Association; Julia Shearson, Executive Director of the Cleveland chapter of the Council on American Islamic Relations; and Justine Howe, Asst. Professor in the Department of Religious Studies. Visit our Facebook page and
Confucius Institute Information Session March 17
Join The Office of Education Abroad and representatives from Cleveland State University at 4pm on Thursday, March 17, in 135 Tomlinson to learn all about the CSU Confucius Institute summer program. Spend five weeks in China, from May 19 to June 25, 2016 and earn six transferable credits (3 in Chinese language, 1 in Chinese culture, and 2 business credits). Included in the program are excursions to some of China’s foremost sightseeing attractions and opportunities to interact with local students.