Start Your Journey

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1. Attend Study Abroad 101 

Study Abroad 101 will equip you with general information about your study abroad options. Join us on Microsoft Teams to learn more by going through the Virtual Study Abroad 101 anytime or join us for a live online session during the Spring and Fall terms every Monday and Thursday from 2:30-3:30 p.m. on Microsoft Teams.  

Study Abroad 101 on Microsoft Teams

2. Talk to your Academic Advisor 

When meeting with your advisor, ask about which courses would be best for you to take abroad, which courses you cannot take outside of UNT, and which term would be best for your academic career. Identify courses to take abroad that matter toward your degree.

3. Research Programs

After attending Study Abroad 101, you'll be better equipped to search for and identify programs that meet your academic, financial and personal goals. Create a short list of programs that interest you. 

4. Meet with a Study Abroad Advisor

Schedule a one-on-one appointment with a Study Abroad Advisor to discuss your list of options. This appointment will directly address your specific questions and concerns and help to identify the best program for you. 

5. Explore Funding

Explore scholarship, financial aid and external funding to learn about available UNT, departmental, or nationally-competitive scholarship opportunities. Work with Student Money Management Center to develop a budget, and Special Programs at Student Financial Services to discuss loan options.

6. Apply online 

Choose from more than 800 programs in 90 countries. Preview application documents

7. Attend a Pre-Departure Orientation Session

Pre-Departure Orientation is required. We'll cover what to pack, who to call in the event of an emergency and more.