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Study Abroad

Summer I, 2017: Scotland

ENGL 2319 - British Literature: The Places of Scotland, ANTH 2357 - Anthropology in Action: Archaeology of Scotland

Contact Interim Dean Kevin Gustafson for more information.

Summer I, 2016: England

• CANCELLED •

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

Honors Study Abroad offers opportunities for students to acquire new knowledge and understanding of the people, events, movements, ideas, and objects of cultures other than their own; to link historical events and developments with those of the twenty-first century, and to understand the contributions of other peoples and regions to American institutions and culture. Skillful instruction and intensive on-site learning in places as diverse as Costa Rica, Scotland, Italy, Czech Republic, Greece, Ireland, England and Africa are hallmarks of the Honors Study Abroad experience. UTA has Study Abroad opportunities to numerous countries to satisfy your individual academic goals. Honors students are encouraged to participate in at least one Study Abroad experience. Scholarships are available, please consult with an Honors College advisor.

With generous support from the offices of the Provost and President, the Honors College is able to offer you study abroad experiences at a very affordable cost. Generally, Honors College students are responsible for airfare, a deposit to the Honors College that typically is around $300 - $500, and UTA tuition for the course(s) offered. You will also need additional spending money during the semester. We also encourage you to apply for the International Education Fee Scholarship (IEFS) through the International Office.

For more information about study abroad opportunities, contact an Honors Adviser or the Office of International Education located in the Swift Center.