Vassar London Program in Media and Culture
Qualified students, regardless of their field of concentration, may spend the fall semester at Goldsmiths College, University of London. Students live in Goldsmiths dormitories and have access to all facilities and services available to University of London students. A Vassar faculty member serves as Resident Director, teaches a seminar, and mentors Vassar students in independent projects; both the seminar and the independent work use London as a laboratory, an object of study, and source of inspiration. Students also take two Goldsmiths courses: one in the Department of Media and Communications an done elective chosen from offerings in Anthropology, Art, Computing, Drama, Education Studies, Economics, English and Comparative Literature, History, Languages, Music, Politics, Psychology, Sociology, or Visual Cultures. Information regarding Goldsmiths course descriptions may be obtained through the Office of International Programs. Those interested in applying should consult with their advisers and with the Media Studies Program before making formal application through the dean of studies, Office of International Programs, Main N-173.