Study Abroad

Poster for the 2021 Study Abroad Virtual FairStudying, working or interning in another country is a highlight of the academic career of many students. For the coming year, the College of Education and Health Professions is planning six COEHP Study Abroad programs for 2022.

The Study Abroad program is hosting a virtual fair 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 14, 2021. Join us with online registration or use the QR code on the poster at right!

Study Abroad programs include academic credit, but no less important are the personal and professional growth you will experience.

Want to Study Abroad but Don’t Know Where to Start?

Find general information about studying abroad at studyabroad.uark.edu

For COEHP-specific Study-abroad Trips You Should:

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Attend HogsAbroad Info Sessions

Join in at Blackboard Collaborate at 1 p.m. Mondays-Fridays for an info session covering Study Abroad basics. Learn about program opportunities, scholarships and how to get started planning your adventure.

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Meet with Your Academic Advisor

When is the best time for you to study abroad? Which classes should you take while abroad or on campus? How can you earn credit towards your major/minor/electives/core classes?

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Meet with Your Study Abroad Advisor

When is the best time for you to study abroad? Which classes should you take while abroad or on campus? How can you earn credit towards your major/minor/electives/core classes?

Experiences from past study abroad students

group photo of students in Ireland

Sumner Sparks

undergraduate education major, Ireland program

“Going into the elementary schools was like stepping into the everyday life of an Irish person. When you travel as a tourist, you observe from the outside.”

group photo of students in New Zealand

Diarra Smith

graduate counseling student, New Zealand program

“When I went back and read my journal, I saw a progression of my emotions and experiences.”

group photo of students in Ghana

Nicole Capdevila

undergraduate nursing student, Ghana program

“We learned a lot about being inventive. The nurses and doctors make so much of what they have, it was awesome to see. They were really willing to teach us how they do what they do and why.”

group photo of students in Sweden