UTSA joins with the University of Texas (UT) System commitment to do everything possible to ensure the personal safety and well-being of our faculty, staff, and students when they participate in international activities. In particular, countries with U.S. Department of State Travel Warnings and Alerts are identified as regions that require our special attention and actions to mitigate risk and—when necessary—the avoidance of international travel to the region altogether.
Follow the above link to the Education Abroad Services portal, where you can search through more than 20 UTSA faculty-led programs, several exchange programs with foreign universities, and hundreds of options from our third-party providers.
Answers to many of the frequently asked questions students and family members have about studying abroad.
When and where to find us.
Faculty and staff who wish to develop a study abroad program, or who wish to travel abroad, should explore the UTSA travel requirements.
Graduate students often research abroad for extended periods of time. Learn how to register with Education Abroad Services before you go.