Study Abroad and Exchange Program Types
Take advantage of direct agreements between UTC and institutions around the world.
Students choosing this option will directly enroll in university classes, and may also have the option to take specific classes designed for foreign students.
Bilateral exchanges can be some of the most affordable exchange programs available to UTC students. These programs are tagged as Featured Programs in the website's program search engine.
J.F. Oberlin University (Japan)
Ludwigsburg University of Education (Germany - Education Only) - on HOLD for AY 19-20
Ostfalia University of Applied Sciences (Germany - Business Only)
University of Ulsan (South Korea)
Unique programs with additional support.
Also known as Third Party Programs or Approved Programs, UTC's Affiliate Programs offer a variety of program models, academics, themes, regions, countries, and program fees.
These programs offer a range of scholarships specific to their programs and often provide students with additional support services and resources. Some may be very comparable to what a student may spend at UTC for a semester.
UTC currently has affiliate program agreements with:
Study with UTC students and faculty around the world.
This program option is currently available during summer terms, spring break and occasionally winter break.
Join fellow UTC students under the direction of a UTC faculty member who teaches a UTC course, leads excursions and field trips, and travels with the student group for the duration of the study abroad program.
If you are interested in a faculty-led trip, you should reach out to the respective department to find out how to sign up.
Cross Culture Management in South Africa (College of Business) - December 2019
Mexican Culture & How to Do Business in Mexico (College of Business)
Anthropology in China (Anthropology, Criminal Justice, Sociology, & Business)
French, Music, and Theatre in Paris, France (French, Music, and Theatre)
Argentina (College of Business)
Bahamas (Honors College)
China (Anthropology, Criminal Justice, Sociology)
Costa Rica (Spanish)
Ecuador, Galapagos Islands (Honors College)
France (College of Business/French)
Haiti (Physical Therapy)
Kenya (College of Business & Honors College)
Mexico (College of Business)
These programs are very similar to the UTC affiliate programs, above, except in this case UTC does not have an affiliate agreement with these specific providers.
This does not mean that UTC students cannot participate in their programs. UTC students do elect to participate in provider programs in which UTC is not directly affiliated.
Examples of these programs include IES Abroad, IPSL, USAC, Semester at Sea, and others.
In certain situations, UTC students have elected to direct enroll with an overseas university that they find on their own.
Students who elect to do this are normally seeking out universities that UTC and/or providers do not have a presence at. Students who elect to do a direct enroll option will remain enrolled as a UTC student, but will pay tuition, room and board, and all other fees directly to the overseas host university (i.e. the direct enroll university).
Students participating in a direct enroll study abroad must complete all the necessary UTC study abroad paperwork prior to their departure.
In the past, UTC students have directly enrolled at universities such as: Murdoch University (Australia), University of Amsterdam (Netherlands), and University of Oulu (Finland).