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VA Programs

Study Abroad

Chapter 33, Chapter 31, Chapter 30, Chapter 1606, and Chapter 1607, and the Hazlewood exemption will pay tuition associated fees for study abroad programs, when the following criteria are met:

  • If you are using federal veterans benefits, the classes taken abroad must be listed on your degree plan.
  • If you are using the Hazlewood exemption, the classes taken abroad must have tuition costs charged to UTA.

Step 1

Meet with your academic advisor to determine if studying abroad is right for you.

Step 2

If you have not already done so, please submit a degree plan, signed by your academic advisor, which lists the classes you will be taking abroad.

Step 3

Certify enrollment in (international) classes. The certification process for classes taken through a study abroad program is the same as the certification process for classes taken domestically.

  • If you are using federal veterans benefits for study abroad programs offered through UTA you must complete the Certify Online process.
  • If you are a UTA student using federal veterans benefits for study abroad programs offered through another institution, please submit a Parent Institution Letter to the UTA Veterans Affairs Office.
  • If you are using the Hazlewood exemption, please submit your Hazlewood Application to the UTA Veterans Affairs office, as you would for domestic classes.

UTA Study Abroad

Documents may be submitted by Fax: 817.272.7013 or Email: va@uta.edu. Please include your UTA Maverick ID