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Baylor in St. Andrews
Saint Andrews, United Kingdom
Program Terms: Fall,
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Fact Sheet:
Area:: Classics, Greek, History, Philosphy, Religion Program Type: Group Semester Program
Language: English GPA req.: 3.2
On campus residence hall
Program Description:
St. Andrews

Date: Fall or Spring Semester
Where: St. Andrews, Scotland
Cost: Approximately $22,000 including tuition, housing, meals, group excursions
Deadline to apply: 3/15 for Fall application and 10/1 for Spring application

Courses Offered
Courses vary each semester depending on the traveling professor. Fall 2013 will be hosted by a Religion professor and Spring 2014 will be hosted by a Philosophy professor.

Program Description
During the Baylor in St. Andrews program, students will live and study at the University of St. Andrews in Scotland. The European-style courses will develop each student's academic skills.

As a group semester abroad program, Baylor in St. Andrews creates a unique community atmosphere. Participants will travel with other Baylor students and a Baylor faculty member.
The St. Andrews semester study abroad program is especially designed for Baylor students who are interested in philosophy and religion and the intersection and manifestations in culture and history. All majors are welcome to apply. St. Andrews has an outstanding international reputation and is especially strong in philosophy, religion, the classics history, art history, psychology and the sciences. Academically highly-motivated students in these departments and the Honors College are encouraged to apply.
Only serious students who have completed at least 30 hours at Baylor should apply. Students must have a minimum 3.2 GPA (this will be assessed at the end of each semester). Students must have a clear judicial record or consent to go by Baylor University. The program is limited to 20 students. Applications are accepted after an interview with the program director.

Program Director
Lexi English
Poage Library 201A

Dates / Deadlines:
Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Spring 2015 10/01/2014 10/01/2014 01/21/2015 05/28/2015
 NOTE: Students who wish to apply after the deadline should contact Lexi English ( The start and end dates are subject to change. All applications are accepted on a rolling basis. The program may be full by the application deadline.