Education Abroad in the FOE

The Faculty of Education wants you to come, and then go away!

Of students that added an international experience to their higher education:
(CBIE 2015 A World of Learning)

88.4%

said it contributed to their career achievements

91%

said that it is still relevant in their current career

85%

said that they did so to increase their employability

Upcoming trips:

Find out more about the Global Education: International Field Experience to GUATEMALA (Fall 2022): Global Education: International Field Experience – Faculty of Education (brocku.ca)

In addition to working with the university-wide International Mobility office, there are a number of ways you can arrange for an international experience of your own through the Faculty of Education:

Early childhood and TEACHER EDUCATION (concurrent years 1-4)

Bachelor of Early Childhood Education students can design an international education experience using EDUC 4P85. Concurrent Education students (years 1-4) may apply to incorporate a study abroad course as an elective or as part of their degree major.

Teacher Education (concurrent years 5-6 or consecutive, YEARS 1-2)

There are ways to include an international teaching experience in Years 5 and 6. Kindly contact ckewley@brocku.ca for details.

COMPLETED YOUR TEACHER EDUCATION PROGRAM, OR AN OCT MEMBER IN GOOD STANDING?

There are international opportunities available through the  Continuing Teacher Education  program.

Global Education: International Field Experience courses

This opportunity is available to undergraduate (EDUC 4P36) and graduate students (EDUC 5P96) and offers an inter-cultural experience examining local and global issues simultaneously.

graduate students can design Their own international experience

Through EDUC 5P98, under the supervision of a faculty member, you can design an education abroad experience that earns academic credit and sends you anywhere in the world you can dream. Previous experiences have found students in Ukraine, the United Kingdom, and the United States.

Questions?