As a UK student, you can study abroad during any term starting the summer after your freshman year. Important factors, like your major, degree plan and progress, budget, and campus involvement, are important factors to determine when and where to study abroad. Early planning will give you more flexibility in program and location choice. Use your Major Advising Page to kickstart your planning process and navigate conversations with your academic and education abroad advisors, as well as your support network and other campus contacts.
Why should I be interested in Education Abroad?
Education Abroad can help you:
- Complete UK Core General Education Requirements
- Earn credits towards your major, minor, or elective requirements
- Explore new areas of study through general elective courses
- Earn academic credit for an internship or research project
Explore Programs by Major
For partner, direct, and exchange options that offer coursework that compliment your degree plan, select your major advising page below.
First Steps Session
Our First Steps Information Sessions are a great place to start if you have questions about Education Abroad and Exchanges, what to think about when considering a program, how to select a program, cost, financial aid and scholarships, etc.
Faculty-Directed programs are led by faculty from the College of Health Sciences and offer UK credit.