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Study Abroad Opportunities

Fall 2016 Bilingual Education and Spanish students at Flamingo Beach, Costa Rica.

 Summer 2019 students traveled to San Miguel de Allende, Mexico

Texas A&M University-Texarkana recognizes that the work place of the future will require higher-level skills performed from an international perspective, A&M-Texarkana prepares students for a knowledge-based, technology-oriented, global economy and society.  Therefore, opportunities exist for students to travel outside of the United States. 



Faculty-Led Programs:
Summer Session II 2020 International Business Course


GBUS 440 – International Business
Dr. Brian Matthews


Paris, France


Travel Dates: August 3-11


Study Abroad Fee: $3,500 (this is an estimate, final flight price will be released in October month)


Please note that the total cost listed above includes roundtrip airfare, in-country transportation, lodging, and cultural activities (i.e. Louis Vuitton Designer House, The Louvre, etc).  Cost does not include tuition for the course. 


Priority Application Deadline: December 2nd, 2019
$500 Deposit Due: December 2nd, 2019


You will have a study abroad fee of 3,000 on your student account. $2,200 fee for scholarship recipients. This fee is due May 15th, 2020


You must register for the summer session II GBUS440 course.  Tuition payment deadline is July 6th, 2020. 


Apply here.

Academics/Colleges-and-Departments/international_studies_office/Paris 2020 Payment Agreement


Study Abroad Program Providers



TAMUT works with several providers that offer programs almost anywhere you can imagine. The greatest advantage of these programs is that they offer you a package with several things included, like tuition, housing, some meals, excursions, cultural activities, visa support if needed, advising services on site, among others. Check out some of the providers we work with!






International Travel Insurance

  •  All students traveling abroad should be covered under the CISI program.
  • Trip leaders for student trips are highly encouraged to also be covered under this plan.

  • It is optional for faculty/staff participating in other educational activities, like conferences for example (since employees have blanket emergency evacuation/repatriation coverage through CISI).

Insurance documents

  1. Dependent Enrollment Form 

  2. 2019 policy year brochure 

  3. CISI Health Coverage Overview 

  4. Participant Portal Guide 

  • Participants cannot access this site until AFTER they are enrolled in the insurance through their program.

Enrollment in a program of study abroad approved for credit by the home institution may be considered enrollment at the home institution for the purpose of applying for assistance under the FSA programs.


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