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Global Connections on Campus

The depth and scope of UT’s global academics are evident in the vast network of centers, programs and organizations dedicated to international scholarship, research, creative activity and teaching.

Area Study Centers and Flagship Programs

Federally funded centers enhance the language instruction and cultural knowledge of world regions.

International Board of Advisors

The International Board of Advisors supports UT’s efforts to expand its global network and enhance its presence around the world.

Centers and Institutes

Regional, transnational and subject-based centers contribute to UT’s robust global engagement.

Departments and Programs

From history and languages to global health and business, UT offers coursework and degrees that connect our campus to the world.

Student Involvement

Student organizations cultivate a rich and welcoming campus culture.

Arts and Culture

The university’s museums and performance spaces feature global artists, musicians and exhibits.

Libraries and Collections

With more than 10 million volumes and digital resources, the university’s libraries feature renowned international collections.

Mapping Internationalization

Faculty research and creative collaborations span the globe, featured through an interactive map.

International Education Week

Texas Global leads UT Austin's annual celebration by showcasing globally-focused events and programs organized by student organizations, colleges, schools and departments.

Communication Beyond Borders

Global Engagement At Moody College

The Moody College of Communication promotes learning beyond the national borders of the United States. Moody students, faculty, and alumni are building global bridges to share their ideas and collaborate with others around the world.
Blanton Museum of Art

The Avant-garde Networks of Amauta: Argentina, Mexico, and Peru in the 1920s

Exploring major artistic and political conversations in the magazine Amauta, published in Peru from 1926 to 1930. Experience the exhibit through a 360 Virtual Tour.