Expanding Our Reach


This student expands her experiences and connections at Kasteel Well, Emerson's campus in The Netherlands.

Boston is a vibrant, international city: a great place to go to college. Inspired by our city’s global society, our students are  interested in opportunities to explore, study, and work in other places that will help expand their experiences and connections. That’s why we’ve made a commitment to expanding our reach nationally and globally.

Emerson was the first college to create a Los Angeles-based residential study and internship program for its students. With more than 1,000 intern sites in film, TV, radio, new media, music, management, publicity, marketing, and public relations, the LA Center offers a range of excellent opportunities for our students. We’re currently in the process of building a new center on Sunset Boulevard that will allow us to increase what we offer to our current students and graduates.

In The Netherlands, the College owns a restored 14th-century medieval castle, Kasteel Well, that is home to our semester abroad program. Kasteel Well is a national historical monument that provides our students with the opportunity to study abroad and is used as a platform to enhance and enrich their learning and global perspective.

Emerson also offers programs in Washington D.C., Prague, and China. Students are also encouraged to participate in study abroad programs sponsored by other institutions.

We are committed to helping our students enter today’s global marketplace with a richness of experience that reflects the ability to understand our world with real-life experiences and learning.

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Kasteel Well

Kasteel Well

The Castle Opens Up Students' Minds to
Other Cultures

Find out what it's like to live in a 14th–century European castle—possibly one of the few opportunities you'll have to spend a significant amount of time outside of the United States.

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