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Emerson President Allen Koenig and John Barbetta, director of the European Center, at dedication event. Emerson's study abroad program at Kasteel Well began in 1985. The college purchased the "The Castle" in 1988.

1988-09

Emerson President Allen Koenig at dedication event. Emerson's study abroad program at Kasteel Well began in 1985. The college purchased the "The Castle" in 1988.

1988-09

Emerson President Allen Koenig, John Barbetta at dedication event. Emerson's study abroad program at Kasteel Well began in 1985. The college purchased the "The Castle" in 1988.

1988-09

Emerson President Allen Koenig and John Barbetta, director of the European Center, at dedication event. Emerson's study abroad program at Kasteel Well began in 1985. The college purchased the "The Castle" in 1988.

1988-09

Aerial view of the castle and grounds.

1988

Exterior view of the castle.

1988

Pastor S. Wijsman, priest from the local parish church is at the podium during the dedication ceremony. Emerson's study abroad program at Kasteel Well began in 1985. The college purchased the "The Castle" in 1988.

1988-09-28

Staff and faculty of the Castle gather for a photo a horse-drawn wagon. Kasteel Well.

198-12

Outside the central station, students: Kate Hoffman, Tim Claypoole, Kim Dottling, Kathy Buckey and Bill Siderski; and instructors Vito Silvestri and Dulcia Meyers.

1988-02

Mrs. Mia Ummenthumm, the conducts the local children's choir during the dedication ceremony. Emerson's study abroad program at Kasteel Well began in 1985. The college purchased the "The Castle" in 1988. Seated guests pictured include Marillyn Zacharis.

1988-09-28

Platform party. Source material identifies pictured participants. Emerson's study abroad program at Kasteel Well began in 1985. The college purchased the "The Castle" in 1988.

1988-09-28

Dr. Allen Koenig, president of Emerson College, and Mr. W. Klaverdijk, mayor of Bergen during the dedication ceremony. Emerson's study abroad program at Kasteel Well began in 1985. The college purchased the "The Castle" in 1988.

1988-09-28

Platform party with guild members during the dedication ceremony. Emerson's study abroad program at Kasteel Well began in 1985. The college purchased the "The Castle" in 1988.

1988-09-28

Mr. H. Sturme conducts the local harmonie (brassband) during the dedication ceremony. Emerson's study abroad program at Kasteel Well began in 1985. The college purchased the "The Castle" in 1988.

1988-09-28

Emerson president Allen Koenig receives the keys to Castle Well from Chairman Ir. Schiffelers of the Limburgse Kastelen Stichting during the dedication ceremony. Emerson's study abroad program at Kasteel Well began in 1985. The college purchased the "The Castle" in 1988.

1988-09-28

R.A. Schlessinger, cultural affairs officer at the American Embassy (The Hague) during the dedication ceremony. Emerson's study abroad program at Kasteel Well began in 1985. The college purchased the "The Castle" in 1988.

1988-09-28

Emerson President Allen Koenig and John Barbetta, director of the European Center, at dedication event. Emerson's study abroad program at Kasteel Well began in 1985. The college purchased the "The Castle" in 1988.

1988-09

Vito Silvestri, professor of Communication Studies; Dulcia Meyers, instructor/program director; Madeline Virbasius, student; Lisa Goodman, student.

1988-02

Dr. Henry Stonie gives the benediction during the dedication ceremony. Emerson's study abroad program at Kasteel Well began in 1985. The college purchased the "The Castle" in 1988.

1988-09-28

Exterior view of the Castle.

1980 - 1999

Joel Menard, student; Vito Silvestri, professor of Communication Studies; Dulcia Meyers, instructor/program director; Hadel Rada, Carolyn Bankowski, Madeline Virbasius, and Lisa Goodman, students.

1988-02

Exterior view of the castle. Emerson College's European Center.

1980 - 2019

Students outside the central station: Kate Hoffman, Tim Claypoole, Kim Dottling, Kathy Buckey and Bill Siderski.

1988-02

Catalogue cover in color, mostly a deep magenta background. Text content: "Master communication in a global business environment. Make your mark in the bold new world of Global Marketing Communication and Advertising with a master's degree at Emerson College's European Campus in Maastrict - the only program of its kind worldwide. Taught be an international faculty of leading scholars and experienced practitioners, this intensive 12-month master's degree prepares you to seize professional opportunities in the rapidly expanding global marketplace. The unique curriculum includes internships in professional settings in Europe or at Emerson's United States campus in Boston. As the international branch of Emerson College, the European Campus blends Europe's rich resources with a 113-year tradition of excellence in communication education. The Marketing and Advertising program at Emerson-Boston enjoys the highest enrollment of any such program in the U.S., as well as the highest percentage of international students. In Maastricht, Emerson's multicultural environment promises to be even more dynamic. So launch your exciting career in global marketing communication in Maastricht. The master's that puts the world at your feet." The Master's degree program in Global Marketing and Advertising was established at the EIIC in Maastricht in 1993.

1993

In 1985, Emerson opened its European Center, based out of Kasteel Well in the Netherlands. The first group of students arrived in September. "The castle," as it is common called among the Emerson community, remains a popular option for study abroad.

1986

Brick and steel entrance to Kasteel Well. In 1988, Emerson purchased Kasteel Well, a restored 14th century medieval castle located a small village in The Netherlands. Students participating in the program reside and take classes at castle. Courses have a strong European focus, and the program includes excursions to major cities of Europe.

A semester recap video highlighting the tumultuous ride of 82 Emerson College study abroad students as they navigate the spread of COVID-19.

2020-04-23

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