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Imagine studying at international textile schools or spending 3 weeks in France, studying printed textiles at one of the most famous textile museums in the world. Round that out with side trips to European printers, screen engravers and design studios and you have some idea of our study abroad program.

Our students study at:

Heriot Watt University, Borders Campus, Galashiels, Scotland

    Primarily for undergraduates studying weave, knit or print for a term. The campus incorporates a beautifully renovated, turn-of-the century textile mill. Lisa Brown recently studied print design at Hariot Watt. View her work.

Foundazione Arte Della Seta Lisio, Florence, Italy

    This is a six week summer program for the study of advanced weaving using Jacquard looms with silk warps.

Kawashima Textile School, Kyoto, Japan

    Kawashima Textile School is a training center built and maintained by the Kawashima Textile Company, a major textile producer in Japan of car upholstery, home furnishing and apparel fabrics. The school is located next to the companies Kyoto Headquarters where the company produces exquisite Obi for Kimono, large-scale tapestry, and jacquard fabrics for home furnishings.
    Study Abroad : Kawashima Textile School, Kyoto, Japan

    More study abroad student experiences . . .

    More information on the University Study Abroad program.

 

 
 
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School of Engineering and Textiles
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Philadelphia, PA 19144-5497
 

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