Contact Kathryn Leo-Nyquist, Education Program Director
Phone: 802-865-2700 x2554
As a Secondary Teacher Education student, you have the opportunity to study in one of UNESCO's seven Cities of Literature at the Champlain Abroad Dublin campus, a great option for those seeking a specialization in Literature or a focus in English. You'll read the works from the country's most influential writers: James Joyce, Seamus Heaney, William Butler Yeats and Samuel Becket. Champlain's Dublin campus also offers Irish history courses that give you a glimpse into ancient and modern cultures on an internationally level.
You also have the opportunity to study at Champlain Abroad Montreal, where if you're a English focus, you can expand your writing skills through your city excursions in the Writing the City: Montreal and the Food Writing in Montreal courses, and read from Canada's most celebrated authors. If you've concentrated your studies in History/ Social Studies, you can explore Canadian-American Relations in the broader context of international relations.
At both of Champlain's international academic campuses, you have the ability to participate in a field-based internship or student placement. The staff and faculty at both international campuses will work with you to find a student placement that fits around your academic schedule, giving you a unique multi-cultural experience into school systems abroad.
Through our Global Partner Program with the Auckland University of Technology (AUT), students can take education classes that will transfer to Champlain as credit toward your degree, and participate in a teaching practicum while in New Zealand. Another opportunity available to students in the Division of Education & Human Studies is to participate in a summer four-week international student placement through the International Service Learning course.
"Global Appreciation" has emerged as an essential competency employers seek. Champlain has taken a proactive approach to cultivating this competency by ensuring that international learning is embedded in the College's curriculum.
Additionally, Champlain offers opportunities for every student to engage in a study-abroad experience. To that end, we designed the curriculum of our majors to support a semester of international study. What does this mean to you? You can study in another country, even complete an internship, and still graduate on time.
Living and studying in another country will make you a more culturally aware citizen, and an internationally engaged and cross-culturally sensitive professional.