Students on an Interterm trip to Mexico traveled to the Yucatan Peninsula and visited ancient Maya architectural ruins.
Traveling on an Interterm trip to London and Paris, students visit Stonehenge.
Baker has a longstanding relationship with Harlaxton College in England. Many students study there and live in the historic manor house.
Students at Baker have the opportunity to study abroad all over the globe, and can choose a program that fits their needs.
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:
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.
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.