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A faculty-directed study abroad program is a University of Kentucky course designed and led by UK faculty or staff. These programs provide students with the chance to engage in immersive learning experiences, combining traditional classroom instruction with hands-on activities and cultural exploration. The guidance of the faculty members ensures academic continuity while enabling students to gain firsthand insights into different cultures and environments, fostering personal growth and a deeper understanding of global perspectives.

Faculty-Directed Programs:

  • Guided by UK Faculty on-site
  • Participate with UK Peers
  • Short term programs: Winter, Summer
  • Earn UK credit that counts towards your UK GPA 

UK also offers multiple programs through our partner and exchange programs that offer a variety of locations and credit offerings

Faculty-directed programs are just one program type you can choose from. To see our Partner and Exchange programs, return to the College of Health Sciences page and click the Explore Programs by Major dropdown or visit our full program search

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Health and Healthcare in England

How does the health of the British compare to the health of Americans? Why is the British healthcare system often described as among the best in the world? Discover the answers to these questions and more by taking an in-depth look at their health care system, social supports for good health, and the British lifestyle in London, United Kingdom.

Term: Summer 2024 Course(s) HHS 470

Full Program Details and Application

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