- Faculty & Scholars
- Study Abroad
- English Language Center
- International Pathway
- Global Study Center Italy
- Global Relations
- Prospective Students
Whenever you travel abroad on behalf of UTSA:
6 to 3 months prior to travel – learn about your destination
- Review country information for information on safety and security risks, passport, visa and vaccination requirements, local laws, money matters, and health, safety, and security. If you are not a U.S. citizen check directly with the country’s consulate in the U.S. for visa information.
- Monitor Travel Health Notices and health information for health and medical risks.
- Determine if your destination requires approval from the International Oversight Committee, if your destination is on the UTSA Restricted Regions List, complete and submit The Restricted Regions Travel request.
6 to 4 weeks prior to travel – set up your safety net
- Obtain travel authorization. Follow the student or faculty/staff process.
- Follow guidelines if traveling with UTSA-owned devices or equipment.
- Follow export control regulations.
- If an international student, check what you will need to re-enter the U.S.
- Develop a Personal Emergency Action Plan.
2 weeks prior to travel – get ready
- Pack Smart. Take copies of key documents, check for prohibited items, and pack a health kit.
During your trip
Call toll-free from US or Canada: 1-833-328-1091
Text only number: 603-945-0103
Live Chat: https://www.oncallinternational.com/chat/direct
After your trip
- Check common health issues travelers might experience after returning home.
- If you feel sick, visit your doctor and let them know about your trip.