What are your options when it comes to participating in an Education Abroad experience?
Well, they are pretty limitless! Across the various program types, you can choose from programs that allow you to study for TAMU, transfer, or no credit, intern, volunteer, or research with program lengths ranging from 1-2 weeks, 1-2 months, a semester, or even a full academic year.
Take a minute to review our Program Comparison Chart which highlights key differences among our credit-bearing program types.
Below is more information about the program types and application process.
Students participating in experiences not coordinated by an affiliate provider or Texas A&M office, department or student organization are required to register in one of the below registrations if one of the following applies:
Receiving credit (Texas A&M credit or transfer credit from another institution),
Participating in non-credit bearing experiences (e.g., opportunities to research, intern, teach abroad, volunteer, participate in a competition, or attend a conference/workshop/training),
Receiving any support from a Texas A&M entity (e.g., departmental support for a conference or research), or
Satisfying a degree or graduation requirement (e.g., thesis or dissertation research).
Complete one of the following Education Abroad Independent Experience applications based on the credit type being received on the program. Students will also apply directly to the provider coordinating the experience or international university for direct enrollment to secure participation.
Independent Experience: TAMU Credit
Students are responsible for discussing logistics with their Academic Advisor on what course to enroll in and what is expected to submit for a grade.