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International students currently at UTSA from another country are still eligible to participate in a study abroad or exchange program.
All exchange student participants pay resident tuition and fees for 15 hours each semester of the exchange. All other costs are paid to the host institution.
For a full list of exchange programs, log in to the searchable database. Select UTSA as the program provider.
Special Considerations for International Students
International students must speak with an international student adviser in International Student Services in the Office of International Programs before departure from the United States.
There are possible immigration implications for those students who fail to complete the proper visa documentation.
Any international student who participates in a study abroad program should consider submitting a request for a Health Insurance Waiver. The current UTSA international student insurance does not cover students outside of the U.S. in most cases.
You will need to contact International Student Services and meet the deadlines established for submitting a health insurance waiver.
Submitting a waiver for the UTSA Health Insurance is the sole responsibility of the student. Education Abroad Services and International Student Services will not be held liable for any missed deadlines.
Please note that a new health insurance waiver must be submitted each semester that an international student is outside of the U.S.