2016 Summer Programs
UT offers over 40 programs in the summer led by UT professors. Some programs are brand new, while others have been partnering with foreign universities for over 30 years. Programs include options for language acquisition, service learning, archaeological expeditions, just to name a few. Most summer programs are open to all students, while a few are restricted by college or major. Over 800 students study abroad on summer faculty led programs each year.
EXTENDED DEADLINE OF FEBRUARY 15, 2016 FOR THE FOLLOWING PROGRAMS:
|COUNTRY||PROGRAM NAME||COURSE NUMBER|
|Brazil||Language & Culture in Salvador||Lower and upper division Portuguese|
|Guatemala||Language, Diversity and Education at Casa Herrera||ALD/LAS/MAS and Spanish credit|
|Mexico||Language & Culture in Mexico City||Upper division Spanish|
|Mexico||NAFTA, Narcos, and Neoliberalism||MAS credit|
|Spain||Language, Culture, and Engineering in Santander||Upper division Spanish|
Scholarships for participation in faculty led programs are readily accessible. Students should check out the Global Assist scholarship website for details and contact the faculty or staff coordinator for more details. All students are eligible for at least one scholarship, the International Education Fee Scholarship.
Scholarship deadlines are as early as December 1, 2015.