UMW in France | Digital Media Production

UMW in France

Digital Media Production

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Program Dates

June 30— July 31

Summer 2022

Registration

Register for this program by February 1, 2022. Registration is not confirmed until your deposit has been received.

View our cancellation policy.

Program Fees

$4,836

$500 deposit due upon registration.
$4,336 due March 1, 2022.

Included

  • Tuition
  • Housing and accommodations
  • Group transportation in-country
  • Group excursions
  • Entry fees
  • International medical insurance
  • UMW Education Abroad fee

NOT Included

  • Airfare
  • Textbooks
  • Meals
  • Personal expenses and souvenirs
  • Immunizations
  • COVID-19 testing
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Health Information

International travel may require immunizations or preventative medicines. Please refer to the US Center for Disease Control’s Traveler’s Health Information Page for recommendations. The UMW Health Center provides free travel consultations by appointment, as well as travel information for UMW students. The Center for International Education recommends that each student have a personalized medical consultation prior to international travel.

This program requires a moderate level of activity, including significant city walking.

 

 

 

In this course, taught by Cartland Berge, Director of UMW’s Digital Knowledge Center (DKC), students will plan, write, produce, and stream live video programming each week focusing on the stories and experiences discovered over four weeks in Paris, France.

The course includes one week of online class to learn the basics of digital media production.  Students will learn the technology, methods, and culture of live media production and web streaming, and put these lessons into practice during their time abroad.

Once in Paris, students will explore the city learning about it’s history and culture, and then take on the roles of writers, showrunners, cinematographers, and performers to produce video segments about their experiences to air in the course’s weekly show.

Accommodations

Students will stay in shared dormitory rooms at Cité Universitaire, a ten-minute subway ride from the center of Paris. Kitchen facilities and student restaurants, laundry facilities, a computer lab, and internet access are available at the residence.

Coursework

Students will be earn 3 transfer credits for DGST 301F: Special Topics in Digital Studies. The course is taught by Cartland Berge in cooperation with MICEFA.  For additional course information, visit the class page.

This course satisfies the Beyond the Classroom OR Diverse and Global Perspectives general education requirement by contract with the Faculty Director only.

Requirements & Prerequisites

Students must maintain a minimum 2.0 GPA in order to participate. French proficiency is not required as courses will be taught in English.  As per UMW credit transfer policies, a grade of C or above is required for courses taught abroad to transfer back to UMW. This program is open to all UMW students regardless of major or year of study. It is also open to non-UMW students.

Scholarships

Faculty-Led Program Scholarships are available to UMW students (deadlines apply).

Payment

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