Exploring other cultures can enhance your education, broaden your perspective, and even change your life. International learning and teaching programs take you to exciting destinations to examine educational issues outside a campus setting.
Study abroad options are available through several departments within Teachers College and through the University’s Rinker Center for Global Affairs. Planning for most study abroad opportunities begins in the Fall semester with informational meetings.
Options by Department
Students can journey to:
- Australia and New Zealand
Call 765-285-8560 for more information.
Student teach in Germany through the Department of Educational Studies.
For more information, contact Rachel Geesa.
Our Rinker Center for Global Affairs offers many options for studying abroad, from class trips led by professors to independent exchanges at foreign universities. These programs are open to all students, and they vary in length, location, and cost. Learn more.