Office of Study Abroad

  • Martha Harris
    Study Abroad Coordinator
  • Constant 18
  • 785.594.8338
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  • Office of Study Abroad
  • P.O. Box 65, 618 8th St.
  • Baldwin City, KS 66006

Harlaxton Website



Make the World Your Classroom

Spend a Semester, Full Year, Summer or Interterm

Baker offers a full range of options worldwide, in almost any discipline:

  • Our study abroad director helps you find a program to match your needs and interests.
  • Combine challenging academic coursework with international travel and cultural exploration.
  • Many English- and world-language programs are offered around the globe.
  • Credits will transfer from approved programs, and most financial awards can be applied to study abroad programs.

HarlaxtonHarlaxton

Baker's most popular choice is the Harlaxton program in Grantham, England. Students live and study for a semester in a Victorian manor and immerse themselves in British history, literature, culture and political theory.

The British campus of the University of Evansville, Harlaxton Manor, sits on 120 acres in the East Midlands, an hour's train ride from London.

Explore Your World

Recent Baker students have studied throughout Western Europe as well as Australia, New Zealand, China, Mexico, Hungary and Turkey.

By Program

Baker University works with the following study abroad program providers to offer you a full range of opportunities, including credit transfer, for your study abroad experience. All Baker students must go through Baker’s Office of Study Abroad in order to maintain enrollment and to be considered for academic credit transfer and financial aid consideration.

Students who are unable to find an option from these programs to suit their needs may request that another study abroad program be approved.


  Study-Abroad-AUS

Cheyenne Barron chronicles her study
abroad adventure in Australia.


Video for study abroad in Costa Rica

Rachel Kilian, a wildlife biology major, spent the summer in the Costa Rican rainforest studying Howler monkey vocalization.


study-abroad-flickr

View photos of Baker students' experiences abroad.