Getting Started: Program Options
With more than 1,000 options to choose from, there’s a study abroad program that’s right for you. Click on the links below to learn more about the various options. Then log in to your Via TRM account to search for programs.
Through exchange programs, students can step into the shoes of an international student and study at partner universities throughout the world. One of the most attractive features of exchange programs is that your tuition costs are exactly the same as they would be if you were studying at UNO. This means that the cost of tuition and fees will be billed through MavLink and that nearly all UNO tuition scholarships can be applied to the cost of the program. Learn all of the facts about our exchange programs here.
Faculty-led programs give students the opportunity for unique, experiential learning with the professors they interact with frequently on campus. The faculty leaders develop a special curriculum for the course and create the travel itinerary. Students can explore the world and study abroad with other UNO students on these shorter-term programs. Learn all of the facts about our faculty-led programs here.
Students can study abroad through approved affiliate providers and still earn UNO credit. Affiliate providers offer placements at several destinations that are unavailable through exchange or have extremely competitive applications. Another benefit of affiliate providers is that they provide additional support to the student throughout the study abroad process and often plan on-site orientations, group excursions, and other activities that help students acclimate to a new school and culture. Learn all of the facts about affiliate providers here.
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