Anthropology

As an Anthropology major or minor, you can:

  • Explore a variety of courses that can count towards your major or minor as core requirements, related courses, and electives.
  • Experience diverse cultures through approved programs around the globe.
  • Engage in courses that expand subject areas of interest in the field.
  • Develop foreign language skills that will enhance your professional qualifications.

How will #UConnChangeYourWorld

These programs are recommended based on your academic interests but students can explore additional approved program options via the Program Search.

Faculty-Led:

Summer Exploring Women and Leadership in Iceland
Reykjavik, Iceland
Short-term, faculty-led program in Reykjavik.

Exchange:

Sophia University
Tokyo, Japan
Semester and Academic year exchanges in a culture blending ancient history with the modern world.

University of Glasgow
Glasgow, Scotland
Semester and Academic Year exchanges in the largest city in Scotland with a history as a main hub of
trans-Atlantic trade to North America and the West Indies.

University of Haifa
Haifa, Israel
Semester and Academic Year exchanges in Israel with a rich cultural history.

University of Queensland
Brisbane, Australia
Semester and Academic Year exchanges in Australia located on the former land of two indigenous tribes.

University of Nottingham
Nottingham, England
Semester and Academic Year exchanges north of London with ties to the legend of Robin Hood.

Affiliated:

API Cuban and Caribbean Studies for Intermediate and Advanced Spanish Speakers in Havana
Havana, Cuba
Semester length program with an opportunity to immerse in Cuban university culture.

API International Business, Environmental Studies and Social Sciences in Bhutan
Thimphu, Bhutan
Semester length program in South Asia with internship opportunities and excursions.

Summer Archaeological Field School in Armenian Pre-History
Yerevan, Armenia
Short-term, faculty-led program with experiential learning opportunities.

TEAN University of Otago
Dunedin, New Zealand
Semester and Academic Year programs in New Zealand.

 

 

Finances are an integral part of the program selection and planning process. Research scholarships early to meet application deadlines and request feedback on essays from advisors and the Writing Center.

Featured Scholarships: Coming soon!

To learn more and discover other financial opportunities to fund your Education Abroad opportunity, visit our scholarships page.

 

Students are encouraged to gather information through advising and participating in Education Abroad events:

Education Abroad Calendar
Learn about upcoming information sessions and events.

Education Abroad Advisor
Schedule an appointment.

Anthropology Department
Schedule an appointment with your advisor. 

Financial Aid for Education Abroad
Learn how to use your financial aid.

Academic

As an Anthropology major or minor, you can:

  • Explore a variety of courses that can count towards your major or minor as core requirements, related courses, and electives.
  • Experience diverse cultures through approved programs around the globe.
  • Engage in courses that expand subject areas of interest in the field.
  • Develop foreign language skills that will enhance your professional qualifications.

How will #UConnChangeYourWorld

Programs

These programs are recommended based on your academic interests but students can explore additional approved program options via the Program Search.

Faculty-Led:

Summer Exploring Women and Leadership in Iceland
Reykjavik, Iceland
Short-term, faculty-led program in Reykjavik.

Exchange:

Sophia University
Tokyo, Japan
Semester and Academic year exchanges in a culture blending ancient history with the modern world.

University of Glasgow
Glasgow, Scotland
Semester and Academic Year exchanges in the largest city in Scotland with a history as a main hub of
trans-Atlantic trade to North America and the West Indies.

University of Haifa
Haifa, Israel
Semester and Academic Year exchanges in Israel with a rich cultural history.

University of Queensland
Brisbane, Australia
Semester and Academic Year exchanges in Australia located on the former land of two indigenous tribes.

University of Nottingham
Nottingham, England
Semester and Academic Year exchanges north of London with ties to the legend of Robin Hood.

Affiliated:

API Cuban and Caribbean Studies for Intermediate and Advanced Spanish Speakers in Havana
Havana, Cuba
Semester length program with an opportunity to immerse in Cuban university culture.

API International Business, Environmental Studies and Social Sciences in Bhutan
Thimphu, Bhutan
Semester length program in South Asia with internship opportunities and excursions.

Summer Archaeological Field School in Armenian Pre-History
Yerevan, Armenia
Short-term, faculty-led program with experiential learning opportunities.

TEAN University of Otago
Dunedin, New Zealand
Semester and Academic Year programs in New Zealand.

 

 

Finances

Finances are an integral part of the program selection and planning process. Research scholarships early to meet application deadlines and request feedback on essays from advisors and the Writing Center.

Featured Scholarships: Coming soon!

To learn more and discover other financial opportunities to fund your Education Abroad opportunity, visit our scholarships page.

 

Resources & Contacts

Students are encouraged to gather information through advising and participating in Education Abroad events:

Education Abroad Calendar
Learn about upcoming information sessions and events.

Education Abroad Advisor
Schedule an appointment.

Anthropology Department
Schedule an appointment with your advisor. 

Financial Aid for Education Abroad
Learn how to use your financial aid.

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