Cultural Studies

Cultural Studies

Interdisciplinary Graduate Program

Cultural Studies

Interdisciplinary Graduate Program

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International Study and Research 

Cultural Studies director James Miller plus students participate in the 2015 Beijing Normal University summer school

Cultural Studies students are actively engaged in a number of projects across the world. In addition, the program works with partner departments at Queen's, and partner universities across the world, to offer the chance for students to study and conduct research abroad.

Students may elect to take courses at any university with which Queen's has an exchange agreement. The University has a robust program of international exchange, involving bi-lateral agreements with about 150 universities in 45 countries.

The Cultural Studies program has specific relationships in the following countries.

In addition, the program can facilitate affiliation as a visiting research student at many universities across the world. These exchanges are most often the result of research collaborations between Queen's faculty and those from other universities. Because of the reciprocal nature of student exchanges, tuition is often waived at the host institution, however students continue to pay tuition to their home university. Students who wish to go on exchange should work closely with their supervisor, or program director, to find out if the exchange will contribute to them making progress on their academic program.

All Queen's graduate students are eligible to apply for the David Edney Research Travel award to support two months of research in Paris.