UGA Faculty-led Programs
- UGA Faculty-led Programs
- These are international programs led by UGA Faculty and Staff where you are with a group of UGA students and receive direct UGA academic credit.
UGA International Centers
- UGA International Centers
UGA Exchange Programs
- UGA Exchange Programs
- These are partnership programs with universities around the world where UGA students pay UGA in-state tuition and study as an international student at one of our partner schools and receive transfer credit.
- Non UGA Programs
- Non-UGA Programs are usually for-profit or non-profit organizations who provide study away opportunities in conjunction with universities around the world. This is the second most popular way to study abroad at UGA. Students receive transfer credit for their participation in these programs.
UGA Independent Experience Programs
- UGA Independent Experience Programs
- Service learning
- Volunteer Abroad
- Work Abroad
University of Georgia students who have been awarded federal or state financial aid, including the HOPE or Zell Miller scholarships, or student loans, may use their financial aid to study away on a UGA direct credit or exchange program, as well as through approved external study away programs. Eligible students may also work with the Office of Student Financial Aid to potentially update their official "cost of attendance" for the study away term, in order to reflect the full cost of studying away and accurately calculate their financial aid package. In addition, students may wish to explore merit and need-based scholarships and fellowships to help support the cost of a study away program. Further information about scholarships is available here.