Information and Resources for Faculty, Staff & Program Leaders
TAMU faculty, staff, or student leaders may lead groups of A&M students on short or long-term programs abroad. These programs may include academic courses, volunteer or service-learning projects, research opportunities, or other high-impact experiences.
This page provides program leaders and assistants with information and resources for developing and proposing short and long-term programs abroad.
Education Abroad News & Updates
- Education Abroad has a new fee structure beginning Fall 2021
- The faculty portal is now live for Faculty-led Program leaders. It houses forms, guidelines and data. An education abroad advisor will provide details on accessing and using the portal.
- Beginning with Summer 2021, Field Trip leaders or coordinators will now initiate contact with our office through their group registration in the Education Abroad Portal. See the Proposing a Field Trip page for more details.
Important Proposal Deadlines
(incl. May/August Programs)
||These deadlines indicate the date your proposal must be submitted to your College Liaison.
||These deadlines indicate the date your proposal must be submitted through the Education Abroad Portal.
Programs submitting a fee (new or decreased/increased) will also submit to the provost portal by the deadlines above
Toolkit of Information and Resources
Below are a variety of documents, links and other resources to help faculty, staff, and student group leaders find the information needed to coordinate education abroad programs. The resources are broken down by program type. What type of program are you leading? Check out this quick flowchart
for an idea.
Faculty-Led Programs refer to credit-bearing programs led by TAMU faculty where 50% or more of the course is taught abroad. Field Trips & Unit-led Trips refer to programs led by TAMU faculty or staff where 50% or more of the course is taught domestically or programs without a course.