May Term 2022 Engaging the Arts as an Audience: Mexican Arts and Youth -- Mexico City, Mexico

Explore opportunities to travel and study abroad 

Studying or interning abroad is a transformational experience that unites fun, self-discovery, and learning. It shows a commitment to global citizenship. It helps you learn to navigate challenging situations from different cultural perspectives. It can develop desirable skills for the classroom and job search.

Understand the Basics

Watch the Education Abroad 101 session.

  • Understand the program types
  • Know how to search for credit possibilities
  • Access resources for finances and financial aid

Visit Get Started for a full step-by-step guide to studying abroad.

  • Get resources to explore
  • Find relevant credit possibilities
  • See the application steps

Get Your Questions Answered

Live Q&A every class day - 11:30 am - 1:00 pm. Drop in during these times to connect with a program coordinator for quick questions.

Attend an information session for each faculty led program. You can view available dates and times for each session under the program titles. After that, you may book an individual appointment with an Education Abroad advisor using this link.

Fine Arts Faculty Led-Programs

May Term 2024: ANCIENT & COLONIAL HERITAGE IN LATIN AMERICA: Cultural Treasures of the Maya - Guatemala and Belize

Students at a Maya ruin in Guatemala.



  • Wed, Sept. 20, Noon / Zoom
  • Fri, Sept. 29, 3pm / ART 1.412
  • Fri, Oct. 13, Noon / Zoom
  • Tue, Oct. 24, 5pm / ART 1.412

Ancient & Colonial Heritage in Latin America: Cultural Treasures of the Maya

Course taught by Dr. Astrid Runggaldier

Earn UT in-residence credit for: 

Maya Art and Architecture
ARH 347M / LAS 327 / ANT 324L / GRG 356T / LA 119
*Fulfills VAPA, GC and II flags requirement

Summer 2024: LEARNING TUSCANY – Rome And Siena, Italy



  • Wed, Oct. 4, 5:00pm / ART 1.120
  • Wed, Oct. 18, 5:00 pm / ART 3.210
  • Wed, Nov. 8, 5:00 pm / ART 3.210
  • Wed, Nov. 29, 5:00 pm / Zoom

Learning Tuscany: Art and Culture in Central Italy

Course taught by Dr. Ann Johns, Distinguished Senior Lecturer in Art History and Eli Durst, Assistant Professor of Practice in Studio Art 

Earn UT in-residence credit for:

ARH 331J - Art and Pilgrimage in Medieval and Renaissance Italy (Global Cultures Flag) 
ART 352J / ART 379T / ART 319T - Photography and Tourism: Observing Travel and Culture in Italy

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