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Cortez

Students often assume it is more expensive to study abroad than to remain on UT’s campus, however, many education abroad destinations offer low tuition and cost of living. 

Photo credit: Jackie Cortez, Sevilla, Spain -Torre del Oro

Italy

Study abroad programs are designed to provide unique opportunities for students to go beyond their regular coursework and develop skills that will help them become global citizens. 

Photo credit: Ayana Latimore, Rome Italy- Trevi Fountain

China

UT offers over 1,000 program offerings in over 70 countries for students who wish to study broad for a summer, semester or year.

Costa Rica

Travel Courses

One of the best ways to see the world is by enrolling in an on-campus course with a travel component. UT’s faculty-led travel courses allow you to continue to earn UT academic credit as you travel for one to four weeks after the on-campus portion or during a break.

Cuba

Study Abroad

Through our network of over 20 providers, UT offers numerous opportunities to study abroad for an entire semester or academic year. If your curriculum does not allow for a longer time abroad, a six to eight week summer abroad is a great option.

Paris

10% of UT students complete a study abroad program during their collegiate experience.

Photo credit: Stephanie Bono, Paris, France- Eiffel Tower

Begin the Application Process

To begin the application process:

  • You MUST attend an Application Workshop or meet with a student employee during drop-in hours before starting an application.
  • If you would like to begin exploring program options, you can select Find My Program above on the left side of the page.  Select program category (Summer/Semester, Travel Course...)
  • View programs available and select the UT application button for the program of interest (apply to one program ONLY). Once you have selected the UT application button and selected a term, you have begun the application process with UT.  There will be a number of requirements for you to complete.  
  • There are two parts required for your UT application. When you complete the first set of requirements, the second set will be made available.
  • Be sure to begin your provider application, once you have started your UT application.
  • At any time after you have attended an application workshop or met for a drop-in 1-on-1 sesson, you may contact your education abroad advisor to ask questions.  

Make an Appointment

 
PLEASE NOTE: Advising appointments cannot be requested with less than 24 hours notice.  Education abroad appointments will be conducted online through ZOOM or in person.  Applications are currently being considered for Summer or Fall 2022.  This application cycle will close on March 1, 2022. You will be expected to have completed the Pre-Decision section of the application by that time. 
 

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Contact

International Programs Office
Plant Hall, Room 300
Phone: (813) 258-7433
Emailabroad@ut.edu