Study Abroad with Baylor Partners
Baylor partners with international institutions and universities to connect students across the globe through their studies. On these experiences, students travel alone or to a partner university where they meet other students from around the globe. Each program features courses that work within the Baylor business degree plans, and some partners offer internship opportunities.
Semester Abroad with Internships
The University of Sydney works with companies from various fields, including start-ups, technology firms, communication agencies, and not-for-profit organizations, to provide credit-bearing internships for students. Learn more about the internship course here. Click here to apply.
Completing an internship in Dublin, Ireland, is also an exciting option. The Foundation for International Education (FIE), which has been coordinating internships for 25 years, hand-matches students based on their class standing, coursework, and work experience. Learn more about this partner’s internship program here.
Another attractive option is spending the semester doing an internship in the capital of the Tuscany region of Italy: Florence.
Semester Abroad without Internship
Baylor has partners across the globe that offer non-internship options. You can find a full list of these partners here. The following are some of the most popular non-internship options among Baylor business students:
- Paris School of Business (France)
- St. Louis University, Madrid (Spain)
- Hosei University, Toyko (Japan)
- Korea University, Seoul (South Korea)
If you want to study abroad with a Baylor partner, please contact Sophia Ferris in the Center for Global Engagement for more information.