UT Austin offers students many different program options. Students should research all options and in conjunction with a Program Coordinator select a primary and secondary program to which to apply. Students can also discuss program options with StAMP peer advisors.
Global Pathways is a selection of study abroad programs for undergraduates in the 2.0-4.0 GPA range. Most have no foreign language requirements, and students can participate as soon as May after freshman year.
Study at a foreign university for a year, semester or summer. Take classes alongside local students.
Participate in a four-week course taught abroad by a UT professor from late May to late June.
Meet degree requirements by taking six- to nine-week courses taught abroad by a combination of UT and local professors.
UT Semester Plus Programs
UT in Paris (IRG majors) and UT in Madrid (Government majors) and UT in Seoul (majors in Moody College of Communication) offer one three-week UT course taught by a UT faculty followed by a fall semester exchange at a top-ranked university in either Paris or Madrid or Seoul.
Study options vary from semester to summer options with foreign and local students.
Internships are working positions arranged for students, often as part of a credit-bearing study abroad program.
Academic service learning is credit-bearing community service activities arranged for students as part of a study abroad program.