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International Student Teaching
Multiple, Any
Program Terms: Fall,
Spring
This program is currently not accepting applications.
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Budget Sheets Fall,
Spring
Dates / Deadlines:
There are currently no active application cycles for this program.
Fact Sheet:
 Program Type:
Student Teaching
 Language of Instruction:
English
 Language Requirement:
None
 Prerequisite Requirements:
A completed TB (tuberculosis) test, Act 31 comleted, Approved portfolio, Completed field experience, No individual course grade below, Praxis II taken and passed
 Housing Options:
Host Family/Homestay
 Minimum GPA:
2.75
 Courses/Disciplines:
Education
Program Description:

Why Student Teach Abroad?

 

 

Most don't enter the teaching profession for the prospect of becoming rich, they become teachers to make a difference and enrich the lives of children. Why not make your impact greater by helping children all over the world and begin your career student teaching abroad? Through international student teaching placements, you will learn similarities and differences between educational systems, develop your ability to think on your feet, give yourself a decisive edge in your career options, develop leadership skills, and build teamwork through a sense of adventure.

 

Program Design

 

 

UW-Green Bay has partnered with Educators Abroad, Ltd. to enable placements in more than 50 countries around the globe. Students may choose nine (9) or eighteen (18) week placements.

 


Eligibility and Language Requirements

 

 

This program is available to University of Wisconsin-Green Bay students who have been admitted to the UW-Green Bay teacher education program and meet the requirements for student teaching.

There is no language requirement, however, student seeking a teaching license in a foreign language must also complete an oral proficiency exam approved by the Modern Languages Department. Students are expected to demonstrate personal maturity, motivation, flexibility and an international perspective.

 


Living

 

 

Student teachers will be placed with host families or homestays in their host countries.  Host family living provides student teachers the opportunity to receive additional assistance in acclimating, experiencing multicultural family life, and enhancing conversational language skill.

 


Cost

Approximately $4,000 for a half-semester placement, $4,700 for entire semester placement.



 
This program is currently not accepting applications.