School of Architecture
The School of Architecture provides diverse, rich and community-based experiences for its students. Opportunities abroad include classes, research or internships. Students can use these experiences to broaden their education, expand their expertise and strengthen their portfolio as they launch their careers.
In order to have the best experience abroad, it is recommended that students meet with their academic advisor early in their undergraduate career. Be sure to review the resources on the Education Abroad pages, including the funding resources page and the events calendar.
Students can fulfill core and flag requirements abroad via petition. For more information, view the Texas Undergraduate Studies petitions page. Remember to use the My Credit Abroad database to explore the historical record of courses other UT students have taken abroad.
Questions about credit? Review the Study Abroad Credit page for more information about receiving academic credit while abroad.
The following reciprocal exchange and affiliate partners offer strong academic options for architecture majors. This is not meant to be an extensive list of opportunities, but rather a starting place for exploration. Many of these programs are taught in English.
- Argentina: University of Torcuato di Tella
- Brazil: Pontifica Universidad Catolica Rio de Janeiro
- Brazil: Universidade Federal de Minas Gerai
- Brazil: Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul
- Chile: Pontifica Universidad Catolica de Chile
- China: Tsinghua University
- Denmark: DIS in Copenhagen
- France: IAU Marchutz School of Fine Arts
- France: IFE Internships in Paris, Strasbourg or Brussels
- Italy: IES Milan
- Korea: Hanyang University
- Scotland: Glasgow School of Art
- Spain: Universidad Politecnica de Valencia
- Sweden: Uppsala University
- Germany: Sustainable Architecture and Design (Not running for 2024)
- Europe: UT Architecture in Europe (Not running for 2024)
In addition to faculty-led programs, the School of Architecture leads international field trips as a component of some of their Advanced Studio courses.