Student Global Opportunities

From study abroad for current students to fellowships for international students, the USC School of Dramatic Arts offers a wide range of global opportunities to our student body.

Global Fellowships – for All Students

USC encourages and supports all students who wish to apply for national and international fellowships. Prestigious scholarships such as the Rhodes, the Fulbright, Luce, Marshall and many others allow you to study or intern abroad and give you a competitive edge in applying to graduate programs.

Get more information about Global Fellowships.

British American Drama Academy, London, UK

BADA provides American students with an intensive conservatory experience in the theatre capital of the world. The program is designed to expose eligible undergraduates to the rigor of professional British training in acting by helping them improve their ability to perform plays from the classical repertoire and develop techniques and approaches to acting that will help them in any role. Only 40-45 American students are chosen to participate in the program each year by virtue of an audition.

Students that attend BADA will be able to get credit for coursework completed abroad. This program is not an option for students enrolled in any of our BFA programs.

Get more information about the British American Drama Academy.

Global Scholars Program – for Undergraduates

USC Global Scholars extend their learning by spending at least ten weeks in other countries around the world. No matter what you are studying at USC, these Global Learning Outcomes can help you get the most from your time aboard by encouraging you to see the global impact of your education.

Get more information about the Global Scholars Program.

Other Overseas Studies Programs – for Undergraduates

Administered through USC Dana and David Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences, the Overseas Studies program offers USC School of Dramatic Arts students opportunities to study in select locations around the world.
Students must consult with their academic advisor regarding the appropriate coursework credit.

Get more information about other overseas studies programs.