Take your education beyond the Forty Acres to gain an international perspective that will contribute to your UT education and set you apart in your career. Explore the more than 400 programs in 80 countries available to UT students. No matter your major, your budget, your fears, your dreams—you can make it happen and we are here to guide you.
This experience has played a pivotal role in our own journey of self-discovery and growth. I am thankful for this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to fulfill dreams of travel, exploration, and adventure, but I am even more thankful for this unique time to pause, rest, and grow.David Zulli, studied abroad in Grenada, Spain
Steps to Get Started
Think About Your Goals
Do you want to study or intern? Do you need to take a specific class abroad? Would research be of interest? Do you want to be a with a group or more independent? Do you want to live with a family? Download the Get Started flyer and use the provided Explore worksheet to think about your goals. Bring your worksheet to an “Explore” event.
Attend Virtual Advising
Start by watching one of our virtual information sessions and then join us for a Live Connect Q&A event. Pick a session or two that match your interests.
Browse the “Find a Program” and “My Credit Abroad” Databases
The Find a Program database lists the 400+ officially sponsored UT Education Abroad programs for all students. Search by location or major. The My Credit Abroad database is a historical record of classes other UT students have taken abroad. This is a great place to start researching program options to keep you on track for graduation.
Questions about credit? Review the Study Abroad Credit page for more information about receiving academic credit while abroad.
Speak with Your Academic Advisor
Your academic advisor can help you determine the ideal semester for an international experience. They will discuss course options for meeting your degree requirements and options for internships or research.
Make a Financial Plan
Selecting the right opportunity is a combination of program selection and a sound financial plan. Consider your budget, discover scholarship opportunities and research financial aid.
Apply for your scholarships at the same time as you apply for your program. Very few scholarship deadlines are after program admissions.
Use the budget worksheet to determine the "real cost" of studying abroad and to compare costs between different programs.
Get Your Passport
Apply now to get or renew your passport. Waiting times may be long, so get started early.
Submit Course Evaluation Requests
After reviewing the Study Abroad Credit 101 page and meeting with your academic advisor, use the Course Evaluation Requests Survey to submit foreign course syllabi to be evaluated for UT credit for courses not listed in the My Credit Abroad database. Requests can be submitted at any time.