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Summer 2020 Programs

Learning Abroad is a transformational experience. Research shows that University of Utah students who learn abroad graduate faster, have higher GPAs, and are more engaged on campus and in the community. Learning Abroad alumni consistently report that their experiences abroad impacted them academically, personally, and professionally. We are excited that you have taken the steps to begin this journey! 

This webpage provides information about your Program options, the application process, cost information, and provides a copy of the UAC Learning Abroad Handbook.  If you have questions about this information, contact Learning Abroad at

Program Options

Students can choose from the following Program options. Users must be logged in (login here) to access the program brochure pages below:

Film and Media Arts in Verona, Italy

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Documentary Production in the Philippines

Documentary Production: Philippines

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UAC Learning Abroad Handbook

The Learning Abroad Handbook is an essential resource for any student participating in a Program.  It provides information about travel, academics, passports, visas, finances, and much more!

Full information and policies for University of Utah (U of U) Learning Abroad Programs are available in the UAC Learning Abroad Handbook. It is your responsibility to read this information in its entirety and understand the policies and procedures associated with your program. By submitting an application, you agree to all of the terms outlined in the UAC Learning Abroad Handbook. If you are participating in a program associated with a host institution, provider organization, or affiliate, you will be expected to adhere to the disciplinary, dismissal, financial, and academic policies of your host(s) in addition to following U of U policies and procedures.

Application Information



Detailed application instructions are found in your Learning Abroad application. Additional details are available in the UAC Learning Abroad Handbook. All applicants are required to complete Learning Abroad 101 before submitting an application. Applications are not considered for admission until the pre-decision application, personal statement, and initial payment are completed and submitted. Late applications are subject to a $100 penalty and are considered on a case-by-case basis. Once you have submitted the application and the deadline has passed, applications are reviewed by Faculty Directors and Learning Abroad. Students will be notified by Learning Abroad through Umail of their application status.

Take the following steps to start your application:

  1. Select a Program and apply online
  2. Complete Learning Abroad 101
  3. Complete all pre-decision steps by the final deadline
  4. Contact Learning Abroad at or the UAC International Services Coordinator for questions
Last Updated: 1/8/20