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    BA Programs in Education International Education

    A BA is an academic degree you can pursue directly after high school or secondary school. It typically takes three to five years to complete and includes general liberal arts studies and specific information in your chosen field. BA degrees generally focus on subjects in the fine arts, social sciences or humanities.

    More specifically, what is a BA in International Education? This degree program looks to expand your knowledge of language and cultures outside what you grew up with. This usually includes cross-cultural study involving countries and communities near each other. You may study one or more foreign languages with a focus on gaining written and spoken fluency. Other potential courses look at history, culture and historical exchanges among different people groups.

    There are skills you can learn while studying for this degree, such as cultural sensitivity, communication and leadership. Cultural sensitivity can help you interact effectively with people from around the world. Good communication skills can help in social situations, and leadership is useful for public speaking and creating relationships.

    When budgeting for a bachelor's degree, decide whether you will attend school full time or part time. With part-time studying, you can spread the cost of books, registration, lodging and transportation over a longer period of time.

    With a degree in international education, you can look for a variety of different careers. The industries most likely to hire you after completing this degree include mass communication, trade, language education, commerce, creativity and administration. Postgraduate education is another path you can take after graduation. When looking for a job, try titles such as translator, foreign language teacher, trade negotiator and cultural expert. Legal firms dealing across country boundaries or with immigrants may also hire you as a consultant.

    International subjects, including education, are taught in many countries all over the world. Before choosing a school, make sure you've looked at all your options. Search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.