Curious about what students from the College of Education have experienced and gained from their study abroad programs? Hear them share their insights in their own words in these short video testimonies.
The programs listed below are open to students across the university, not only to students in the College of Education.
Preparing Teachers for Global Classrooms Through Office for Education Abroad Advising
Education Abroad Peer Advisers share their experiences, answer your questions, and give you advice. They can help you find a program that suits your schedule, major, and interests. They can guide you through the application process, answer questions about scholarships and financial aid, and offer a variety of perspectives on the various aspects of being abroad and returning home. Click here to access their website.
Study Abroad Scholarship
MSU International Studies and Programs and the College of Education offer this competitive $1,000 scholarship for teacher education students participating in MSU-sponsored study abroad programs in Africa, Asia, or Latin American in summer or fall 2023 or spring 2024.
Global Educators Cohort Program (GECP)
To meet the challenge of preparing future educators for personal and professional success in the global context of the 21st century, the College of Education at Michigan State University has launched GECP, a specialized teacher preparation program focused on global and international perspectives. Cohort participants enjoy all the benefits of a nationally ranked teacher preparation program but also have the opportunity to study, socialize, and engage in hands-on, practical learning activities with a small group of fellow students. GECP students enjoy many advantages, such as individualized mentorship by faculty, practicing teachers, and administrators with expertise and experience in global and international education; opportunities to participate in special seminars, undergraduate research opportunities, and special, smaller, faculty-led, course sections designed specifically for members of GECP.
Reeves Scholars Program (RSP)
RSP is a reciprocal exchange between future teachers at Michigan State University in the United States and at the University of Cape Coast in Ghana. A cohort of 10 scholars will be selected each year (five from each university) for virtual learning opportunities featuring scholars from both institutions. Cohort participants will be able to network with each other and with expert faculty, as well as learn how to become an agent of change in their classroom.
Visit the Reeves Scholars website for more information.