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Learning Abroad 101

Do you know you want to go abroad, but you're not sure exactly where to start? Stop by a Learning Abroad 101 workshop held weekly in our office to learn about programs, scholarships, and how to start your journey abroad!

Passport for Coogs Walk-In Day

The Learning Abroad Passport Facility now hosts walk-ins for passport applications on Fridays. Walk-ins are accepted starting at 8:30am and the last applicant will be seen based on volume. Click the link for more information.

Scholarships & Funding

Learn about the many scholarships available to our CoogsAbroad like the IEFS, Gilman, and affiliate grants, and learn more about funding options and budgets to help you go abroad. 

Global Guides

Global Guides are the Learning Abroad student ambassadors who have been abroad and can help students in their journey abroad. Visit with a Global Guide during Global Guide walk-in office hours 1-3pm Monday-Friday. 

Summer Programs Now Open

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Start thinking about your Summer Abroad!

From Business to languages, social sciences to STEM, there are so many courses and opportunities abroad in the summer! Start thinking now about what and where you'd like to study, and attend one of our Learning Abroad 101 workshops, visit the Programs page to see all of your opportunities, and meet with your advisor soon. 

Consider a UH Faculty-Led program in your search for a summer abroad! Travel and take a class with a UH Professor and your peers. Visit our Faculty-Led Programs page to see your opportunities. Deadlines to apply are based on spots left for each program, so hurry and find your program today!

Learning Abroad by the numbers

  • 886Coogs Abroad
  • 30Faculty-Led Programs
  • 100+country options
  • $300,000+in scholarship awards
Learning Abroad Student in Czech Republic

"Studying abroad has allowed me to excel in my personal growth through the different cultures and experiences that come with being abroad. You never realize how truly diverse people and places are until you get first hand exposure to those things. The diversity gets you out of your comfort zone and into a place of learning and understanding of others." - Greg Laws, Junior Business Major, semester study program in Prague, Czech Republic

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