Center for International Education


American Studies Research Program

Travel to Hungary to conduct in-depth research in American Studies with a faculty member. Acquire or expand your awareness of international issues and the importance of cross-cultural collaboration.

Program Highlights:

  • Develop an appreciation for a unique Central European culture.
  • Learn about the system of higher education in Hungary and Central Europe.
  • Learn about Hungarian culture through contact with other students and from home-stays with a Hungarian family.
  • Cultivate an appreciation for the importance of immersion in another culture, learning about their food, art, and music.

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Program Details

Learning Outcomes

Jenna Skiba '13G

"It was an amazing experience to be able to learn from Hungarian professors at the University of Pannonia. The people there were so welcoming and accommodating, and with Hungary being centrally located, traveling to other European countries was easy. These memories will last a lifetime."

At A Glance

Semester: Spring

Featured Areas of Study: American Studies

Program Level: UG and Graduate

Language Requirement: None

Program Director

Scott M. Campbell

Scott M. Campbell

Professor & Chair in Philosophy
Director of the American Studies Program in Arts & Sciences, College of
Golisano Academic Center 483