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Pictured are Point Park education majors studying abroad in London, England. | Photo submitted by Holly Cardillo
Point Park elementary education students study abroad at the University of London.

Several Point Park education students are currently teaching abroad in Ireland.

Tell me about the School of Education's study abroad program.

The School of Education provides Point Park University education students with an opportunity to study abroad for approximately three weeks. Students can earn course credit while experiencing another culture. The faculty-led summer program includes course sessions, school visits and cultural tours.

Why should I study abroad?

There are many reasons to study abroad. Some of the benefits of studying abroad include reaching academic goals, gaining an appreciation of other cultures, enhancing your resume and learning more about yourself through the experience.

When is the study abroad program offered?

Working with the schedules of education majors, the School of Education offers study abroad opportunities in the fall, spring and summer semesters.

Can I student teach abroad?

Yes. In February 2019, several students from the School of Education will be teaching abroad in Ireland.

How can I find out more?

Education majors interested in studying abroad or student teaching abroad, should contact Ginny Chambers, Ed.D., assistant professor of education.

Virginia (Ginny) Chambers, Ed.D.
Office: 710 Academic Hall
Phone: 412-392-6189

Photos from the Education Study Abroad Trip to London and Paris

Education Students Study Abroad in London