Fall 2024 Semester Abroad

Cover the Paralympics in Paris, take courses in Spain and complete an internship in Dublin, all between Aug. 19 and Nov. 23, 2024.

Fall 2024 Program

CJC is proud to present an opportunity to spend a full semester in Europe! This unique, three-month study abroad program includes 12 credit hours and is divided into three phases:

  • Phase 1, Aug. 19 to Sept. 10: Students will cover and/or create media content related to the Paralympic Games in Paris  under the direction of CJC’s in-house Parisian, Professor Roxane Coche. Three credits:
    • RTV4930 for undergraduate students
    • MMC6936 for graduate students
  • Phase 2, Sept. 11 to Oct. 10: Students will take two courses — World Communication Systems and Sports Capstone — at Estudios Universitarios y Superiores De Andalucía in Sevilla, Spain. This portion of the program will culminate in a four-day excursion to Madrid. Six credits:
    • World Communication Systems MMC4302 (undergraduate), MMC5306 (graduate).
    • Sports Capstone: RTV4959C (undergraduate), MMC6905 (graduate).
  • Phase 3, from Oct. 11 to Nov. 23: Students will complete an internship in Dublin, Ireland. Internships will be personalized to match each student’s interests as much as possible. (3 credits.)

After Thanksgiving break, students are required to write an internship report and a multimedia reflection post about their experience, both due in December.

The program is available to any undergraduate student and all CJC Professional Master’s students provided they do additional graduate work.


  • Undergraduate program fee:  $16,570
  • Graduate program fee: $16,792

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Application Period Now Open

The fall 2024 semester abroad will be limited to 20-24 students. The deadline to apply is April 18.

The application will require a resume and a short cover letter/statement of interest in addition to the standard study abroad application.

For more information, watch this video of  a recent information session or  contact Professor Roxane Coche at rcoche@ufl.edu.

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