As summer comes to a close and students are returning to the Forty Acres, we’re looking back at how some Longhorns spent time studying abroad.
[To learn more about the benefits of studying abroad check out “International Experience Offers Students a Different Worldview.”]
UT’s International Office makes study abroad possible for every Longhorn by offering financial aid, tailoring programs to fit every field of study and integrating the experience into graduation schedules.
Cross-cultural experiences enrich students’ lives and strengthen the entire university community, helping to make UT Austin one of the best universities in the world.
All across the globe, Longhorns put their horns up this summer.
They visited historic landmarks…
…Soaked in breathtaking scenery…
…And made lifelong friends.
Finally, a new blog post titled "Hej då, Stockholm!" recapping my study abroad experience in Stockholm is now live #ontheblog! I cover everything from my first day, the good, the bad, my Midsummer experience and how I spent my last days in Sweden. www.naturallykenya.com 🇸🇪🌍 #NaturallyKenya #Stockholm #Sweden #UTstudyabroad #WorldandUT
Real talk: yes, you're going to learn a lot when you study abroad, you're going to improve your language skills, you're going to enhance your academic experience, and you're going to make yourself more competitive in a global workplace. But you're also going to have a lot of fun and make amazing friends – and those are things you never forget. Like @alexgarnphotography pictured here with friends he made during his semester abroad. Come on guys, what are you waiting for? #worldandut #utstudyabroad