We encourage BHP students to enrich their educational studies by participating in International Programs and Studies. Studying abroad offers personal growth, independence and indelible memories. But, more importantly, students who participate in study abroad programs have a competitive edge in the job market. Studying abroad comes with exposure to other cultures, expanded language skills and a strong global business perspective. Students can choose from dozens of destinations and a variety of program concentrations based on course offerings and duration.
Coursework completed abroad counts toward degree completion for BHP students, and depending on the program, up to two honors core courses may be transferred. Students meet with their BHP Academic Advisor and a Study Abroad Advisor to discuss and understand the process of transferring credits and international course substitutions for honors courses.
For more information regarding the different study abroad options, please see:
- McCombs Fall/Spring Programs
If you're looking for a full immersion experience, this is the option for you. Through our fall and spring options, students travel to one of dozens off locations from across the globe. All partner schools are the very best business schools within the host country. This options requires a minimum of 12 hours of study, six of which must be business coursework. More >>
- McCombs Summer Programs
McCombs summer programs are generally six-weeks in length one of a variety of destinations in Europe or Asia. These programs are attended in groups of 20-30 students, with lodging generally being in campus dormitories. Students receive six hours of credit, with one course taught by McCombs faculty and the other by faculty from the partner institution. This option includes the BHP in Prague option, which is solely restricted to BHP students. More >>
- UT Study Abroad
For students looking for a study abroad option outside of the business school, there are many more options available through the general UT study abroad office. This is a great option for students looking to focus on language acquisition or on studies outside of the field of business. More >>