How to Apply

The application process and deadlines vary based on program type and the unit on campus sponsoring the program. General information is provided below. Students should confirm requirements with their program coordinator or faculty leader.

Reciprocal Exchange Programs - In Person or Virtual
(Not Including McCombs BBA or Engineering programs)

Affiliated Programs
(Not Including McCombs BBA or Engineering programs)

Maymester, Summer & Fall Faculty-Led Programs 

McCombs BBA International Programs

Texas Law International Programs

International Engineering Programs

General Application Information

In general, all programs will have two parts to the application:

  1. Online Application/Information via the MyAbroad portal
  2. Program Application (UT department, foreign partner, or domestic affiliate)

UT Online Application

UT applications vary by program but may include:

  • Essay(s)
  • Reference Questionnaire – questionnaire or traditional
  • Resume
  • Foreign Language Evaluation
  • Course Selection Form
  • Code of Conduct and Responsibilities of Participation Form, including the Misconduct Resolution Policy
  • Refund Policy/Financial Responsibility
  • $75 Non-Refundable/Non-Reversible Education Abroad Online Application Fee

Application Deadlines*

Complete and submit your UT online application by the deadline.

All Spring Semester Programs Oct. 1 - Nov. 15
(Deadlines Vary)
All Maymester Abroad Programs organized by Texas Global November 15
BBA short-term programs November 15
International Internship Program organized by Texas Global January 15
All Summer Faculty-Led Programs organized by Texas Global February 15
All Summer Affiliate and Exchange Programs February 15
Fall or Academic Year Programs March 1
Some Faculty-Led Summer Programs administered by departments April 1

*Deadlines may vary.

 

Minimum Requirements

Students must be in good academic and disciplinary standing to apply to and participate in international education opportunities. Students may not be on disciplinary probation, suspension or deferred suspension at the time of application, prior to or during their time abroad. Students on academic probation due to a first-time academic integrity violation may apply and participate. Students on academic probation for repeat or serious offenses may not apply or participate.

Some programs may have additional eligibility requirements, such as GPA, course prerequisites, language requirements, etc. Meeting minimum requirements does not guarantee acceptance to the Education Abroad program. An applicant's total educational and disciplinary record, educational objective, professional attitude, level of preparedness and interpersonal maturity, adviser recommendations, special talents, personal preparation and personal achievements may be considered in the selection process.

The University reserves the right to interview the student during the application process and to deny acceptance to any applicant for any reason the University determines to be material to the applicant's qualifications. Additionally, the University reserves the right to revoke acceptance at any time.