Date: Fall or Spring semester
Where: Maastricht, The Netherlands
Cost: Program fee $5,750 (includes round-trip airfare, housing, meals, train pass, group trip expenses, and insurance) + Baylor tuition
Deadline to apply: March 1st for Fall application and Oct 1st for Spring application
Courses vary each semester according to discipline taught by traveling professor. Each Fall of even years, pre-med classes are taught, while each Spring semester features different areas of study.
SPACE IS LIMITED IN SOME COURSES. The list of courses at host university does not include the Baylor Professor and/or Graduate Student courses. Contact Program Coordinator for full details.
The Baylor in Maastricht program works with the Center for European Studies (CES) at the University of Maastricht in the Netherlands. We accept 40 students every fall and spring.
*Every other fall, the program will only be offered for Pre-Med students with a minimum GPA of 3.5. The Pre-Med program can accept up to 40 students.
Baylor in Maastricht is one of the oldest and most popular study abroad programs at Baylor. Students study through the Center for European Studies (CES) at the University of Maastricht in the Netherlands. Courses are taught Monday-Thursday. The last 2-3 weeks are set aside for individual travel around Europe.
This Program is designed for the student with a desire to have various cultural experiences. Students will be given a 3-month Eurail pass which is good in over 20 European countries. Classes run Monday-Thursday, giving students long weekends for travel. The last few weeks are set aside for travel.
Students will choose courses taught by both Dutch professors and the accompanying Baylor program director and will earn 14-15 hours of academic credit. (All courses are taught in English.) In addition, students are also able to travel to major city centers in Western Europe, such as Amsterdam, Paris, London, Berlin, and Rome. This is provided by a 3-month Eurail pass which is good in 20 different countries: from Spain and Italy all the way to the Arctic Circle.
As a group semester abroad program, Baylor in Maastricht creates a unique community atmosphere. Participants will travel with other Baylor students, a graduate assistant, and a Baylor faculty member.
Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.
Fall 2017 Information
Drs. Andrew and Tiffany Hogue
Andrew Hogue is a Senior Lecturer in The Honors College and Director of the Philanthropy & Public Service Program
Tiffany Hogue is a Clinical Professor of Higher Education Leadership and Policy
Biographies coming soon!
Spring 2018 Information
Dr. Blair Browning
Associate Professor and Undergraduate Program Director -Department of Communications
Dr. Blair Browning is an Associate Professor and Undergraduate Program Director in the Department of Communication at Baylor University. He is a Baylor alum, as well. He is in his 18th year teaching at Baylor and teaches courses in leadership and conflict management, as well as small group communication. He was the 2012 winner of the prestigious Collins Outstanding Professor award at Baylor and in the 2014-15 academic year was named 1 of 10 Baylor Fellows. He and his wife, Jordan (also a Baylor alum) have four children – Keely, Boone, Addy and Kirby – all future Bears!
Hankamer Academic Center, Suite 160.12