In addition to our faculty-led department opportunities, there are many study abroad programs that UTSA students can qualify for. Visit the UTSA International Gateway and attend an information session for assistance in finding the right fit for your needs. Or explore other organizations such as www.studyabroad.com or www.studiesabroad.com.
For language majors, class credit can usually be transferred or earned via an independent study. Contact the Modern Languages department chair for assistance.
The UTSA International Education Fund offers study abroad scholarships for UTSA students. The application deadlines are October 15 for spring semester, February 15 for summer, and March 15 for fall semester, so you need to plan ahead. The department chair and staff can assist you with your application if you are participating in one of our programs
Many non-UTSA study abroad programs offer competitive grants and scholarships for studying abroad. Interested students should research these opportunities and apply when qualified. Internet searches will return a wealth of opportunities such as these:
The Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship fund offers awards for undergraduate study abroad
Got Chosen offers $1000 per month on a lottery basis
University Language Services offers scholarships as well as a cash prize for the best study abroad photo submitted
AIFS offers a variety of scholarships
The US International and Foreign Language Education program has a merit-based scholarship program for language students
The Fund for Education Abroad provides scholarships for studying abroad
The YFU offers scholarships for students to study in Japan
The Critical Language Scholarship Programs offers fully-funded summer language institutes for university students
Study Abroad in Europe offers merit-based scholarships
International Education Passport website contains a lot of information that will assist you in planning and funding your study abroad experience