Teach with Charles Sturt University 


  • Dates: Spring 2019
  • Course Credit: AED 592 (3 hour)
  • Program Director: Dr. Stacy Vincent, stacy.vincent@uky.edu
  • This program is open to undergraduate students pursuing a degree in education who are in their senior year at UK.

This program offers a unique opportunity for a student teaching placement with The Scots School in Bathurst, New South Wales, facilitated through the University of Kentucky's partner, Charles Sturt University.
Charles Sturt University, along with most universities in Australia, follows the academic calendar typical in the southern hemisphere. Semester 1 (the equivalent of University of Kentucky's spring semester) is from February through June. Semester 2 (the equivalent of University of Kentucky's fall semester) runs from July to November.

CSU’s well-equipped and proactive Student Services organization provides students with frequent events on campus, a student representative council and counseling. International Student Support Officers are on campus to help with arrival assistance and orientation, and they continue to provide support throughout the program. There are numerous student organizations, including sports, creative arts, academic, religious, political and other special interest clubs. In addition to sporting team opportunities, several CSU campuses offer the use of a free gym.


  • A two-month placement with the Scots School, an independent, co-educational day and boarding school in Bathurst.
  • Gain an international perspective on education.
  • Practice your educational theories in classroom situations within the context of a new country, a new culture and a new style of life.

Click here for more information and to apply.