Get your education in a different province, country, or continent. Spend a semester learning in Oxford, Uganda, or Los Angeles. If you’re interested in exploring a specific subject in depth, such as film, business, or missions, you can travel to a location internationally that specializes in teaching and equipping people to work in that field. All the international education you receive will translate into credits that you can apply to your own program.
Council for Christian Colleges and Universities International Studies Program
In association with the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities (CCCU), Tyndale University undergraduate students are able to study abroad for a semester. Participation in these programs requires approval of both CCCU and Tyndale. Interested students may visit the website for details regarding the various off-campus programs offered. Additional fees will apply.
Liebenzell Exchange Program
An agreement between Tyndale University and Internationale Hochschule Liebenzell in Germany allows students in BA programs, from both Tyndale and Liebenzell, to study for one semester at the partner institution abroad. Credits earned at the partner institution will be transferred to their current program. Minimum requirements include a cumulative GPA
of 2.5 or the equivalent as defined by the sending institution and agreed to by the receiving institution; applicants must have successfully completed at least two full years of academic work by the beginning of the exchange period for which the student is applying. Applicants must also demonstrate adequate language preparation
Oxford Studies Program
Offered by arrangement with Crandall University, the Oxford Studies Program provides to a limited number of qualified Tyndale students the historical, cultural and educational riches of a semester’s study in England with academic credit toward a Tyndale BA. Minimum requirements include a cumulative GPA of 3.0 and positive recommendations from two faculty members; the application deadline is April 1.
International Development Internship
Train your business skills and hit the ground running with an international development internship for Business Administration students. Pursue exactly what you are interested in by working with an organization of your choice, either by finding your own or working with a pre-established relationship. Work closely with the International Development Coordinator to find the right fit for you and your goals. You will be prepared for the internship with training, resources and mentoring. At the end of your internship, you will be prepared to start working for an NGO directly after graduation. Find out more about this cutting edge program by contacting the International Development Coordinator.
lmcmillan [at] tyndale [dot] ca (Contact the International Development Coordinator)
Enter into a diverse learning opportunity for a semester with one of the many programs offered through the Best Semester program.
American Studies Program
Connect your Biblical faith with political life in Washington, D.C.
Australia Studies Centre
Study arts and theology in Sydney, Australia, interacting with indigenous culture through drama, dance, art, and ministry.
Contemporary Music Center
Create music for a semester in Nashville, specializing as an artist, executive, or technician.
India Studies Program
Be challenged to discover a way to address the need of the poor and disenfranchised in the fascinating and diverse culture of India.
Latin American Studies Program
Discover Latin America while studying language, environment, or international business.
Los Angeles Film Studies Center
Shape modern culture by learning to telling powerful stories on film in the beautiful city of Los Angeles, California, the heart of the film industry.
Middle East Studies Program
Examine the rich history and culture of Middle Eastern people across diverse countries such as Egypt, Israel, Syria, Jordan and Turkey.
Oxford Summer Programme
Immerse yourself in the historic European setting of the University of Oxford, studying in your own field of interest and the Christian tradition in the British Isles.
Scholars' Semester in Oxford
Similar to the summer program in Oxford, you can choose your own field of interest to study, but for an extended period of time, up to two semesters.
Uganda Studies Program
Spend time with the people of Uganda and build relationships as you focus on Intercultural Ministry, Social Work, or Uganda Studies.
Washington Journalism Center
Cultivate your professional journalism skills in Washington, D.C. with practical training that will equip you with professional journalistic skills.