Deadline Extended to January 15 2020, Maymester & Short-Term Spring Programs
Several Maymester and Spring short-term programs have extended deadlines with rolling admissions, until Jan. 15. These programs will fill quickly, so make sure to apply as soon as possible!
Make your summer one to remember. We offer numerous opportunities across the world that combine rigorous academics with cultural immersion. Choose a program that fits your goals and your schedule, and take advantage of a number of scholarships available to help you pay for it. You'll return to the Forty Acres with a global perspective, greater independence and new skills to tackle your studies and career with confidence.
Short term faculty-led programs include Maymester and Summer programs that range from four to 10 weeks, serve every major and span the entire globe. On a faculty-led program, you are part of a group of UT students who take a course abroad taught by a UT faculty member. Both immersive and intensive, short term faculty-led programs give students an in-depth look at subjects such as health policy in Mexico, culture and history across Cuba, supply chain management in China, nutrition in Italy and urban development in South Africa.
- Maymester faculty-led programs
Maymesters are four-week, 3-credit courses that take place from late May to mid-June. Courses are offered annually in a variety of academic subjects. Explore the full list of Maymesters by country and learn about the details pertaining to each individual program, including course summaries, faculty instructors, costs, dates, deadlines and program coordinator contact information.
- Summer faculty-led programs
Summer faculty-led programs range from five to 12 weeks, offer 6-10 credit hours and take place between June and August. Check out the full list to explore the possibilities by country, area of study and language of instruction. Select a program in the list to find out details about estimated costs, program dates, course information, application codes and more.
On an exchange, you study at one of our more than 120 prestigious university partners abroad while paying UT tuition. You can take courses on almost any subject, most courses are in English and you study alongside local and international students taking courses in their major, minor and certificate programs. Because you pay UT tuition and can choose from among exclusive institutions, exchanges are among the most affordable and beneficial study abroad options.
Affiliated programs are pre-approved by Texas Global and coordinated by our partners. We work with more than 20 organizations to maximize the variety of programs we are able to offer students. Short term affiliated programs cover hundreds of different topics and can include service learning or internships. Most courses are taught in English but you also have the opportunity to learn or improve your foreign language skills. There are also numerous scholarship and financial aid resources to offset the cost of your study abroad.
International internships enable students to apply what they have learned in classes in a workplace abroad, build their resume, and create a global professional network. There are over 100 programs approved by Texas Global through which a student of any major can be matched with an internship abroad. Students can participate in hybrid programs through affiliate and exchange partners that combine an internship with coursework or pursue a full-time internship. There are numerous scholarships to help offset the cost of interning abroad.Explore Internships Abroad
If you want to participate in a program not offered by UT or one of our partners, you must follow these requirements for credit and program evaluation:
- Complete the “Non-UT Pre-departure Form” prior to departure to determine credit transferability.
- Complete an Application for Readmission to UT in order to re-enroll upon return. Students who participate in a Non-UT program will be taking a leave of absence if abroad for fall or spring. As long as the student leaves in good standing (min 2.5 gpa) there will not be any problem re-enrolling.
- Inform your college or school's advising office (in the office of student affairs or dean's office) that you will be taking a leave of absence.
- Contact any scholarship sponsors and/or the UT Office of Financial Aid. Many non-UT programs are not eligible for federal financial aid. If you need loans to study abroad you should check on this first.
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Programs with Extended Deadlines of January 15
Available to any student who has not yet taken their UGS 302 of 303 Signature Course.
- Cultures in Contact: Spain, Mexico and the Southwest (Seville, Spain)
- Immigrants, not Aliens: Stories from the Other Side (Oaxaca, Mexico)
- Why Leave Home? Irish Emigration to America (Cork, Ireland)
Regular Maymesters & Spring Short-term
Available to all students who meet the specific program requirements
- Ancient & Colonial Heritage in Latin America: Cultural Treasures of the Maya (Guatemala/Belize)
- Documentary Photography Storytelling (Prague, Czech Republic)
- Environmental Studies: History and Culture on the shores of Lake Baikal (Irkutsk, Russia)
- Global Health in Action (Antigua, Guatemala)
- Individual Differences: Applied Learning Development (Taipei, Taiwan)
- Latinx Identities Across the Americas (Puebla, Mexico)
- Nature, Society, and Sustainability (Cuenca, Ecuador)
- Socially Responsible and Ethical Student Leadership (San Joaquin de Flores, Costa Rica)