Undergraduate Study Abroad

Baylor Interns in Australia
As part of their senior intern experience at Baylor, students spend three weeks teaching in the Camp Hill area of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. Interns assist with classroom instruction, present lessons on American culture and conduct research. The Thanksgiving feast is always a favorite for the Baylor students and Aussies alike. After their teaching experience, the students spend the fourth week traveling. The Great Barrier Reef and Sidney are popular destinations.

Faculty Director: Dr. Suzanne Nesmith
Term: Fall semester

Interns in England
Baylor senior teaching interns spend three weeks teaching in the London suburbs of Kingston-Upon-Thames and Surbiton. They immerse themselves in the English schools and communities, teaching alongside British mentor teachers and participating in comparative international education seminars and professional development. Weekends and a fourth week are available for travel.

Faculty Co-Directors: Dr. Tony Talbert and Dr. Barbara Purdum-Cassidy
Term: Fall semester

Costa Rica Spring Break Mission Trip
All levels of Baylor students are welcome for this non-credit service trip to Santa Elena School in San Jose, Costa Rica. The discipline-specific trip focuses on work with the school, but students also enjoy cultural site seeing to national treasures such as volcanoes and waterfalls. Over the years, Baylor students have also helped raise money for books and other equipment for the school, which serves Nicaraguan refugees.

Faculty Director: Dr. LeeAnne Brannon
Term: Spring Break

Liverpool, England, Tuition Exchange

School of Education students can study abroad for the entire semester at Liverpool Hope University. The program is ideal for the fall semester of the sophomore year. Sign up to get more information at this link: Liverpool Hope Study Abroad

Faculty Director: Dr. Terrill Saxon
Term: Fall