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Global Student Teaching

Today's teachers must be able to work effectively with students from diverse backgrounds. Through the global student teaching program, students have the opportunity to learn firsthand how culture affects teaching and learning. The Center for Global Education (CGE) in collaboration with the School of Education and Human Services provides undergraduate and graduate students with the opportunity to complete a portion of their student teaching requirements overseas. Through the global student teaching program, students complete the first seven weeks of their student teaching experience in Italy, New Zealand, or Northern Ireland with the support of an on-site supervisor. The second seven weeks are completed locally back in Virginia.


Global Student Teaching Programs  

  • New Zealand

    Location: Junior Class Learning, Ltc. in Auckland
    Terms: Fall & Spring Semesters (first seven weeks)
    Licensure areas: Pre-K-6, secondary
    Click here for application
  • Northern Ireland

    Location: Stransmills University College in Belfast
    Terms: Spring Semester only (first seven weeks)
    Licensure areas: Pre-K-6, secondary

For more information about global student teaching programs, please contact Victor Betancourt.

Center for Global Education

Rowley Hall, 1st floor
2807 N. Glebe Road
Arlington, VA 22207

Phone: (703) 284-1677

Office Hours:

Monday-Friday: 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

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