Education Abroad Office

Education Abroad Programs




ESTO: Toledo to Toledo - The Department of Foreign Languages is sponsoring a summer program at La Universidad de Castilla - La Mancha in our sister city of Toledo, Spain. The program offers a four-week long intensive study of Spanish language and culture. Included in the program are excursions to the cities of Segovia and Candeleda.

COBI Study Abroad Program to Germany & Czech Republic

CISP Study Abroad Program to Haiti: Learning Through Service

Aichi, Japan:  Experiencing the Changing Japan

USAC India-Bangalor with UT Visitng Professor Dr. Sumitra Srinivasan, Summer Session II 2015

USAC Costa Rica - Heredia with UT Visitng Professor Dr. Alnsworth Balley, Fall 2015


University of Hertfordshire, England Exchange Program: open to all majors, attractive to environmental sciences students

University of Salford, England Exchange Program: open to students in the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics

Eberhard-Karls Universitat Tϋbingen, Germany Exchange Program: requires an advanced level of German

Aichi, Japan Exchange Program: open to Japanese major or minor students

Kagawa, Japan Exchange Program: open to engineering students


University Studies Abroad Consortium (USAC) Programs: for a semester or year-long USAC is a non-profit organization providing quality, affordable study abroad programs in 24 countries at 39 program sites. ( There is no language requirement for any of USAC’s programs.
USAC Programs include:

A Specialty program typically offers intensive language study as well as an assortment of courses from disciplines such as economics, political science, history, and more. Furthermore, it may offer a concentration of courses in one discipline, such as international business in Shanghai, China, Bilbao, Spain, and Torino, Italy; ecology in San Ramón, Costa Rica; art history in Madrid, Spain. Courses are usually available in both English and in the local languages. All Specialty program locations have on-site full time USAC Resident Directors.

Partnership programs are exchange-based agreements in which USAC functions as the intermediary between the student and USAC’s partner university abroad. Students on these programs are directly enrolled at the host university and can take a wide range of classes. Many of USAC’s Partnership programs are located in English speaking countries and all provide instruction in English.

  • Education Abroad Budget SheetsThis document notes USAC locations and program fees, allowing you to compare program rates. Click on the tabs at the bottom of the file for each county/program.

Semester at Sea: The MV Explorer is a new, modern, and safe passenger ship that circumnavigates the globe twice a year and explores a world region each summer. Complete with a student union, wireless Internet, 8,000-volume library, and many of the amenities you'd find on a land-based campus, the ship functions as both a traveling university and residential home to more than 2,000 participants each year. (

International Studies Abroad (ISA): for a semester or year long, this high quality, affordable, education abroad program designed to maximize participants' learning abroad, offering support and expert guidance before, during and after your time abroad. ISA plays an important role in the worldwide effort to increase individuals' awareness of cultures and societies outside of their own national boundaries. Sites include South America, China, Jordan, Morocco, South Korea and others. (


International Service Learning: As an international educational NGO, ISL enlists medical and educational volunteer teams for the provision of services to under-served populations in Central and South America, Mexico, the Caribbean, and Africa. ISL provides educational opportunities for students from over a hundred universities in several countries, primarily from the United States. It is the goal of ISL to partner student and professional teams from developed countries with service opportunities in developing countries. This is accomplished by offering educational opportunities on a contractual basis to both educational institutions and individual students. The resulting financial resources are used to fund teams serving in various countries. In so doing, ISL provides annual employment for over a hundred individuals in developing countries. These jobs range from full-time employment to part-time contracts. We employ medical professionals and providers of services such as transportation, translation, guides and logistics (food, housing, etc.). (

Last Updated: 6/26/15