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College of Education

Students in the College of Education can take advantage of opportunities to take courses, research and participate in service-learning or internships abroad 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. Review the resources on the Education Abroad pages, including the funding resources page and the events calendar.

As an Education major, students must meet proficiency in a foreign language. 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.

Getting Started? Get general advising in our Live Q&A or peer advisors. After that, if students need more support, they may meet with a program coordinator.

Questions about credit? Review the Study Abroad Credit page for more information about receiving academic credit while abroad.

Premier Partners

These reciprocal exchange and affiliate partners offer academic options for Education majors. This a place to start exploring, not an exhaustive list of opportunities.

Experiential Programs

Faculty-Led Programs

On these faculty-led programs, you are part of a group of UT students who take a course abroad taught by a College of Education faculty member.

These programs are with other colleges, but have credit and content that apply to Education majors.


Texas Global staff and College of Education global champions highlight programs abroad that are perfect for COE students, including exchange, affiliate, faculty-led and internship programs.