Faculty Led Programs

Faculty-led programs are study abroad programs developed and led by TAMUK faculty members that typically focus on a specific subject area or foreign language. One or more faculty members travel with a group of students from TAMUK and teach one or more courses in the location abroad. Students receive predetermined TAMUK credit for the course(s) taken abroad. By design, faculty-led programs integrate many group activities into their curriculum and provide a very structured, enriching international experience. 

Benefits of Faculty-Led Programs:

  • Typically short-term (spring break or summer)
  • TAMUK equivalent credit is already specified - you are taking an actual TAMUK course, just abroad
  • Students travel with a group of their peers and a TAMUK faculty member(s)
  • It is often more affordable
  • Great first step for more timid students interested in study abroad who are looking for a cohort-type program

Program locations, deadlines, and course offerings vary from program to program and from year to year, so please check our website frequently for updates and read each brochure carefully.

This page was last updated on: August 16, 2017