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Study and Travel Abroad

Information on how you can study abroad as part of your American Studies degree.

American Studies students have an excellent opportunity to broaden their horizons and experience a different culture as part of the Northumbria University study exchange programme. In the second year of study, students can opt to spend the second semester at one of our partner institutions in North America.

If you would like to read further information on studying abroad during your studies at Northumbria please visit the Study Abroad, Exchange and Erasmus webpages.  You can also use the following web form to see the list of latest partner institutions - for the Faculty section please select Department of Humanities 

History Blog

History and American Studies Blog

A blog on all manner of research, publications, lectures, conferences, symposia, and more from Northumbria University's History and American Studies programmes.

Humanities Research

Department of Humanities Research

Research in Humanities is divided across two distinct areas: English (Literature, Language and Linguistics and Creative Writing) and History. Alongside these research areas we also have our American Studies research grouping, which draws on researchers from both English Literature and History.

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Undergraduate Open Day Events

Looking to study in with us in September? Our Undergraduate Open Day Events are the perfect opportunity for you to find out as much as you can about our wide range of courses and world-class facilities.

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