Inspire Longhorns around the world with photos captured during your experience abroad.
Vote for Your Favorite Photos
During International Education Week, November 15-19, you can vote for the 2021 Education Abroad Photo Contest winners on the Texas Global Facebook page. To vote for a photo, all you have to do is "like" it. The photo with the most likes in each category will win the contest, for a total of four winners.
Finalists will be notified via email once voting has opened on Monday, November 15. Help us spread the word by telling your friends to vote for your photos!
Everyone has that moment when they reflect back on their experience studying abroad years later and realize it was a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. Did you capture that moment in a photo?
Showcase your creative visions, ranging from small details to large landscapes that capture a thought, feeling, idea, mood, or moment of your study abroad experience.
Show us you and your new friends participating in an exciting activity abroad, enjoying international cuisine, doing the Hook ’em hand sign, or wearing a “flag Bevo” T-shirt in front of a historic building, landmark, or something fun!
- Photos must be your original work.
- Photos must be high-quality resolution, at least 2 MB and up.
- Photos must be taken while abroad on a UT education abroad program.
- Photos must be free of inappropriate content, including but not limited to alcohol, cigarettes, and drugs.
- By submitting photos to Texas Global, participants agree to grant Texas Global license for use of the photographs in displays related to the contest and in Texas Global’s printed and electronic publications. Photos may be modified, retouched, and used for promotional purposes on the Texas Global website, social media accounts, Flickr, and in brochures, flyers, or posters. By agreeing to these terms, entrants are releasing all submitted photos from any liability that may arise from the use of the images.
In studying abroad, you are immersed in a new culture with a different language, lifestyle, foods, customs, and traditions. Unsurprisingly, this kind of experience will help you develop cultural sensitivity, facilitate the opportunity for other cultures to inform your own practices, and stimulate you intellectually.
Savannah Breedlove, International Relations and Global Studies. Studied at Sciences Po in Riems, France.