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August 4, 2020

University Information

Baylor students are eligible to study abroad with a GROUP STUDY ABROAD PROGRAM or an EXCHANGE/AFFILIATE PROGRAM. Both types of programs are available in the summer and during the semester, some for a full year. It is possible, and encouraged, to study abroad more than once during a student's Baylor career and students may choose any program that interests them. Each program has a faculty or staff member who oversees the program and will be able to answer any specific questions a student might have.

Important Dates and Deadlines

Baylor Study Abroad application deadlines:
Summer study abroad program – March 1
Fall study abroad program – March 15th
Spring study abroad program – October 30.

*Please note that the deadlines for the Baylor study abroad application packet will differ from the host university's application deadlines. It is the student’s responsibility to find the host university’s application deadline for exchange and affiliate programs

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12/17/2019 Rome Sweet Rome SAI Programs: Rome - John Cabot University

"My semester abroad equipped me with experiences where I witnessed the beauty of varying cultures and the ability for humans to connect and communicate despite linguistic, cultural, social, and economic barriers. I met incredible people during my time abroad who stretched my thinking and showed me that when you strip everything e..."

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03/03/2017 Study Abroad In France: It Was Absolutely Magnificent Institute for American Universities (IAU): The School of Humanities & Social Sciences, Aix-en-Provence, France

"I learned to see the world through non-American eyes and it was extremely eye opening for me. It was definitely the most worthwhile experience I've ever had. There's nothing about my college career that I loved more than my experience at IAU."

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Past Review Amazing Experience The Intern Group: Melbourne Internship Placement Program

"Yes, it was worthwhile. Learned a lot about NGOs."

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Past Review You Have To Go! The School for Field Studies / SFS: Australia & New Zealand - Rainforest Studies

"If you want to know, email me. There is a lot. Yes it was worth every penny."

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Past Review Roma Lovin' John Cabot University - Study Abroad in Rome, Italy

"I gained a new perspective on life, a new language, some of the closest friends I've ever had in my life and experiences that will stay with me forever. It was more than worthwhile."

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Past Review Only On The Green Program The GREEN Program: Iceland - Sustainability and Renewable Energy Abroad

"The experience was beyond worthwhile. I learned so much about a new culture, new people and about myself. I learned not to give up on my sustainability driven career goals. I learned the importance of working with others and what can be accomplished with driven people and a common goal. I also learned that Iceland is absolutely,..."

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Past Review Everyone Should Go Abroad FIE (Foundation for International Education): Semester/Year with University College Dublin (UCD)

"Aside from enjoying the cultural aspects of being abroad, I found that having to be alone in a new country taught me things about myself that I wouldn't have learned otherwise. We also went on weekend trips to other parts of Ireland which was probably one of my favorites things about studying abroad. It was an opportunity I beli..."

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Past Review Went Reasonably Well Queen Mary University of London / QMUL: London - Direct Enrollment & Exchange

"I gained a lot of insight into the thinking of people in the UK, going in an election year was great. I think it was worthwhile because I got to do many things that a lot of people never get to do."

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Past Review Awesome! Saint Louis University Campus in Madrid / SLU-Madrid

"Appreciation for travel and the world. Ability to make friends and blend into a different culture. Increased language proficiency. Absolutely worthwhile, tons of fun. "

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Past Review One Super Spring In Spain Saint Louis University Campus in Madrid / SLU-Madrid

"I learned a lot about myself during the semester. I learned how to really get into another culture and experience living in a completely new environment. I found a new sort of independence and self-confidence to handle most any situation without relying on my parents. I made friends in the oddest places and was extremely blessed..."

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Past Review More Than Madrid Saint Louis University Campus in Madrid / SLU-Madrid

"So worthwhile!!! I could write forever, so here is a brief essay: I always wanted to experience the world on my own, and after years of working towards that goal, I realized my dream. During my junior year, I spent an entire semester living in Madrid, Spain. Through a four-month study abroad program, I attended a local universi..."

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Past Review An Amazing, Immersive Experience That Allowed Me To Fall In Love With Spain Saint Louis University Campus in Madrid / SLU-Madrid

"While abroad, I was exposed to a whole new world that did not resemble my conservative American background. Studying Spain allowed me to experience how people in another country live on a daily basis. Coming from America, I think we assume that our realities are representative of the rest of the world. This is not the case, and ..."

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Past Review What A Dream Regent’s University London: Direct Enrollment & Exchange

"How to fake it till you make it with confidence. Absolutely worth it. I'd do it a hundred times again. "

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Past Review Extreme Growth In A Personal Way SAI Programs: Florence - Apicius International Culinary School of Hospitality

"I learned so much! About the world, about people, about myself- I don't think everything I learned would be able to fit in the expanse of this box. Yes it was worthwhile. Even with the hiccups and the problems, I would do this all over again. If I wasn't graduating in december, I probably would. I am already thinking of ways to ..."

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Past Review Great International Exchange Program For People Interested In Learning Spanish Universidad Nacional de Cuyo: Mendoza - Direct Enrollment & Exchange

"I improved my Spanish-speaking level and am now able to have educated conversations in Spanish. Also, I learned about the Argentine culture and the differences among different Spanish-speaking countries. Yes "

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Past Review Good Program, Needed Different Classes Parsons Paris: Paris - Direct Enrollment & Exchange

"Just because of the two classes I listed earlier it was hell. The program itself is great and I had some good times, although it was almost not worth it because of my class schedule"

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Past Review A Profoundly Life Sharpening And Globalizing Experience. Rhodes University: Grahamstown - Direct Enrollment & Exchange

"Goodness, I learned SO much from my experience abroad. I learned so much about South African culture, a lot of European countries' cultures, and people around the world. I learned what it's like to not have water nor electricity for hours. I learned how to love people deeper and wider, and how to appreciate every small detail of..."

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Past Review Germany Was Incredible; My Academic Experience Was Not. Cologne Business School: Cologne - Direct Enrollment & Exchange

"I gained a much more intimate knowledge of German culture, language, and everyday life, and I got to travel around the country and see things I'd dreamed of for years. It's an wonderful country filled with wonderful people, wonderful food, and wonderful sports. The environment nearly made up for a dismal educational experience i..."

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Past Review Best Decision I Ever Made International Business Seminars: Summer Europe - 6 Countries in 23 Days!

"Seeing how other countries run their businesses and the different aspects of how the meetings were handled provided invaluable experience. It was definitely worthwhile and had a ton of fun to boot!"

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Past Review It Was The Best Of Times, It Was The Worst Of Times... CUPA: Paris - Study Abroad in Paris

"Other than huge progress in French, wherever you are, it is what you make. My time there was one of the hardest things I've ever done and I wanted to give up so many times but you have no choice but to put one foot in front of the other and make the best of the situation."

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Past Review The Hardest And Most Rewarding Five Months Of My Life. Universidad Nacional de Cuyo: Mendoza - Direct Enrollment & Exchange

"Everything? Can I just say that? Of course it was worthwhile, I learned so much and came back a very different person. I'd rather not spend the next two hours talking about the almost infinite number of things I gained and learned from the experience, also, most of these things are indescribable, so I'll stop there."

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Past Review Incredible Universidad Nacional de Cuyo: Mendoza - Direct Enrollment & Exchange

"I learned how to better adapt, appreciate differences and changes, manage independence, and see life through so many different perspectives. Cliché, but easily one of the best experiences of my life."

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Past Review A Challenge Worth Accepting SAI Programs: Siena - Siena Italian Studies

"I learned that sometimes things will not go your way, but you need to look at the bigger picture. "

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Past Review So Good, But So Hard FIE (Foundation for International Education): Semester/Year with University College Dublin (UCD)

"I learned that relationship with Jesus is crucial when abroad and that I am a capable and independent individual. Yes."

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Past Review Overalls Forever: A Texas Girl's Adventure To The North ISEP Exchange: Helsinki - Exchange Program at University of Helsinki

"I learned so much it is hard to put it all in words. My experience was 100% worthwhile and I would do in again and recommend it in a heartbeat. I learned about myself, about other cultures particularly those of the Nordic region, about Computer Science and what aspects interest me and which do not, about cooking, about living on..."

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