Study Abroad Fair
Interested in learning about all the different study abroad programs offered? Want to find sessions regarding various study abroad topics such as funding, travel, or packing? Attend our Study Abroad Fair! Every semester we host our Study Abroad Fair where faculty, exchange partners, and affiliate providers present on topics as well as discuss future program offerings!
Virtual Study Abroad Fair Spring 2021
Want to study abroad but aren't sure where to start? Our Study Abroad 101 session is a great way to hear about the options available to those interested in pursuing a global academic experience! Here you can learn about program types, scholarships, and other essential information! Here you can learn about program types, scholarships, getting credit, and other essential information! We also share some exciting updates about our new study abroad broadcast! Listen here: https://spoti.fi/2NUY7aN.
Career Applications for Study Abroad hosted by Lily Andrules from TEAN
Interested in how studying abroad can help advance your future career? As the world moves towards globalization, many employers are looking for candidates with international experience. Join Lily Andrules from The Education Abroad Network (TEAN) for a presentation on how an international experience can boost your resume and marketability in your chosen industry. Learn how to find the right international program to set yourself apart from other applicants in your field.
Programs in Urbino, Italy hosted by Dr. Murphy
UTSA's International Study Center at Urbino, Italy (ISCU) serves as UTSA's commitment to internationalization, multiculturalism, and diversity. Recognizing the value in fostering an international study center to elevate the university’s international profile, and supporting the facilitation of UTSA’s activities throughout Italy including student/faculty exchange, study abroad, and inter-campus educational partnerships. Watch to learn about the largest UTSA-led program, hosted by Dr. Murphy, with over 80 students going each semester!
Financial Planning for Study Abroad hosted by Courtney Bauman from USAC
Are you interested in studying abroad but not sure if you can afford it? This session offered by USAC Study Abroad covers guidance for choosing a program that will fit your budget, as well as tips related to financial aid, budgeting, and scholarships. This session is great for students who are already in the study abroad planning stage and for those considering their options. Watch to learn about important study abroad tips when it comes to financial planning for your study abroad! Also, learn about the various programs offered by University Studies Abroad Consortium (USAC)!
Virtual Study Abroad Programs hosted by Zoe Crowe-Barnes from ISA
Interested in experiencing different cultures from the comfort of your home? Or discovering future career interests by working online with businesses and organizations? Virtual global programs may be for you! As working remotely becomes the norm, these opportunities are finding more relevance for students entering a more globalized workforce. Explore various opportunities with classrooms and companies worldwide, while staying local! ISA invites you to explore the opportunities offered through virtual programming.
An Internship Abroad? Why consider it and how to get one hosted by Kent Moore from CIS Abroad
This presentation led by CIS Abroad focuses on interning abroad and how to begin the steps in obtaining an internship abroad. Watch to learn about intern abroad opportunities: their benefits, things to consider, and how to gain professional experience abroad. CIS Abroad offers an amazing catalog of programs all around the world! Their offerings include internships, service learning, and experiential learning opportunities!
Gilman Scholarship Workshop hosted by Dr. Andrew Chapman
Want to study abroad at some point in your four years at UTSA? The Gilman Scholarship helps thousands of students each year with awards of up to $5,000. Last year, 17 UTSA students won the award. To be eligible, you must be receiving a Pell Grant and be a US citizen, and planning to attend a program of 21 days or more. You can apply for the scholarship up to 9 months in advance. There are no GPA requirements and no letter of recommendation required to apply. Learn more about the Office of Nationally Competitive Awards.
Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany hosted by Philina Wittke
Interested in studying abroad in Germany? Watch this session to learn more about the exchange program between UTSA and the Technical University of Darmstadt! One of Germany’s leading technical universities located in the “City of Science”. Language of instruction is English and German with areas of study in engineering, and natural sciences. This session will be delivered by Philina Wittke, German Liaison at UTSA Global Initiatives, Head of TU Darmstadt North America Office. You will learn about all the offerings at Darmstadt, the city, and life in Germany!