Study Abroad

Summer I, 2018: Peru

ENGL 2309: World Literature (Gustafson),
ART 4392: Visual Culture in Contemporary Peru (Alexander)

Contact Interim Dean Kevin Gustafson for more information.

Summer I, 2016: England


The Honors Study Abroad program for 2016 is regrettably canceled due to lack of interest.

If you had applied to participate in the program, contact contact Dr. Kevin Gustafson or Mr. Jim Perry in the Honors College concerning the refund of your deposit.

About Honors Study Abroad

The Honors College annually sponsors a study abroad program that allows students from throughout the University--not just in Honors--a chance to acquire new knowledge and understanding of people, events, movements, ideas, and objects of cultures other than their own. The location of the program varies, and past destinations have included Costa Rica, Scotland, France, Italy, the Czech Republic, Greece, Ireland, and England. Two features are constant: the program is led by UT Arlington faculty, and the courses feature intensive on-site learning. The country is our classroom.

The Honors College strongly supports study abroad and strives to make its program as affordable as possible. Participants are responsible for a program fee that covers lodging, in-country travel, some meals, and all admissions to museums and sites; roundtrip airfare; tuition and fees for the courses offered; and money for incidentals and meals not covered by the program fee. Eligible students may use financial aid for the program, and all students are encouraged to apply for the International Education Fee Scholarship (IEFS) through the UT Arlington Office of International Education.

For more information about the program, please contact an Honors Adviser or the Office of International Education in the Swift Center.

Come see our table at the UTA Study Abroad Fair on September 13th, 2017 from 11 am - 2 pm at the University Center.

Carrington Matthews

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