Center for Global Engagement
Bringing the World to Baylor. Sending Baylor to the World.
The Center for Global Engagement seeks to coordinate and facilitate the efforts of individuals and groups throughout the campus to transform the world through international travel, research, and study, through the development of greater cultural competency and understanding, and through support for an increasingly diverse campus community.
Explore the world and gain invaluable opportunities to grow professionally and personally by immersing in different world cultures.
The International Student and Scholar Services (ISSS) Office provides guidance and support to those at Baylor who have an F-1 visa or J-1 visa, helping them with their initial transition to Baylor and their connection to the Baylor experience.
Global Baylor recognizes that students who are both academically and cross-culturally prepared should be able to adapt and succeed in a diverse and multicultural world.
Our program provides a pathway for students who are fully qualified to enter Baylor University undergraduate programs but still need to improve their English.
For globally-minded students who want a non-traditional start to their freshman college experience, the Baylor Global Scholars program is a unique four-year educational and professional development opportunity.
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Thirty-four finalists for the U.S. Government's flagship international exchange program far surpasses Baylor's previous high.
This January, 14 Honors College students embarked on a two-week journey through Italy, immersing themselves in the Great Texts in Italy program. Guided by the expertise of Associate Professor of Philosophy and Great Texts, Scott Moore, Ph.D., Rayzor Professor of Philosophy and Dean Emeritus, Thomas Hibbs, Ph.D., and Senior Lecturer in the Honors Program Stacey Hibbs, Ph.D., students explored the various locales depicted in Dante’s Divine Comedy and visited culturally significant sites from the Italian Renaissance.
Baylor Health and Human Sciences students share study abroad experience meeting real healthcare needs.