Faculty and Staff: Teach Abroad
Teaching and directing abroad is incredibly rewarding but can also be a demanding endeavor. The MSU Study Abroad Office is here to guide you as you plan your course and choose which provider to propose your program with or to help you create your own MSU Signature Program. There are many options to consider and we can help sort through those options so you can choose what is best for you and your students. Below you will find the following:
- A summary of MSU Signature Program opportunities to join a current program or create a new program.
- An introduction to the study abroad consortia and program providers MSU works with: CCSA, KIIS, IES, CEA, and EF.
- Teach Abroad Resources, whether you're designing your own program or looking for a consortia or provider for your ideal course. If you have additional resources that we haven't included, please let us know. We are constantly updating and expanding our resources to support MSU Faculty and Staff.
- A step-by-step guide for how to do this thing called Teach Abroad
Study Abroad contains a field of great scholarship and research in its own right and has developed rapidly over the last decade, creating extensive resources for universities and faculty leaders, and setting formal Standards recognized by the U.S. Department of State. The resources below will provide information and links to articles, tips, forms, and sourcebooks that help you envision, plan for, and execute your course responsibly and with academics and safety at the forefront of your planning. You'll discover that someone else has gone before you to help pave the way in planning and management. If you're interested, peruse the Forum on Education Abroad, our field's standard-setting body, for additional resources. Contact us for your faculty login to password protected areas.
Contact the Associate Director for Education Abroad
at any time to discuss your program in any stage of planning, whether
you're in the brainstorm and idea development phase, developing
recruitment materials, or anywhere in between.
Step-by-Step to Teaching Abroad
Options for Teach Abroad
Program Design & Teach Abroad Resources