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Contemporary Challenges Credits

London Theater (United Kingdom)

London, United Kingdom

Program Overview

Term Start Date End Date Application Deadline
Academic Year 2020
TBA
TBA
Mar 01, 2020
Language(s) of Instruction
English
No
No
No
Class Standing
Junior
Restrictions

OPEN TO MASON GROSS ACTING STUDENTS STUDENTS ONLY

Program Advisor

The Program

This program is only open to Mason Gross Acting students.

Picture of Students Performing at the Globe Theater

Program Location

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Picture of Globe Theater

United Kingdom

London

Globe Theater

Academics

Part of Mason Gross Acting Curriculum

Academic Calendar

*All dates are subject to change.  Do not book your flight until you have been accepted by the university and the academic dates have been confirmed.

Academic Year

TBD

TBD

Housing and Meals

Students will be housed in Acorn Housing as directed by Mason Gross

Scholarships

Available to all Rutgers students participating in a Rutgers Global–Study Abroad program. Applications can be found inside of your study abroad program application. For more information, please visit the Scholarship section of our website.

Student Spotlight

Sydney is in Shakepeare's Theatre

"Studying abroad has been rewarding and challenging in completely unexpected ways. As a part of the third year of the curriculum of my program at Mason Gross School of the Arts, we study at the Rutgers Conservatory at Shakespeare’s Globe which is an incredible opportunity afforded to no other student in the world. Other universities may come to study at the Globe a few days a week over the course of a few weeks, and many school children from around the world participate in the incredible Globe education program in short workshops. However, no one gets to do what we do: study six days a week for six months in a reconstruction of Shakespeare’s 1599 Globe Theatre culminating in a full production of one of his plays on that stage."