University of Southern Australia, Adelaide, Australia
You can complete an educational exchange at the University of South Australia (UniSA) (external link, opens in new window) , which has a School of Education that offers a BA in Early Childhood Education. Experience the program’s strong research agenda and how it prepares graduates to work in a diverse and changing range of services for educating and caring for children up to age 8.
Curtin University of Technology, Perth, Australia
As an exchange student in the Early Childhood Education degree program at Curtin University of Technology (external link, opens in new window) , you will experience first hand a well-respected qualification for educating young children. Build your skills, knowledge and experience for teaching children up to age 8 in early childhood centres and schools.
Thanks to the School of Early Childhood Studies’ memorandum of understanding with the University of Urawa (Faculty of Child Studies), you can complete your fourth-year senior internship at the university. Additionally, you can volunteer to welcome the Urawa University delegation of faculty, students and professionals that visits the School of ECS each March.
As a student in ECS, you can choose interdisciplinary courses that explore international development issues and trends. As well, many of your ECS core courses —such as CLD 448 Childhood in a Global Context — explore issues affecting young children around the world.
ECS students, along with students from other disciplines at TMU, enjoy opportunities to volunteer in the Caribbean with Every Child Counts, an educational organization in Abaco, Bahamas for children with learning disabilities. To learn more about this opportunity and how to get involved, check with TMU Global.
At Toronto Metropolitan University’s School of Early Childhood studies, we make it possible for you to expand your professional skills, knowledge and connections by completing your fourth-year field placement course outside of Ontario or Canada. Learn more details about the out-of-country/out-of-province placement option.