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How do you see the world?

One Country at a Time, of Course!

At the University of Hartford, you can choose from more than 50 study abroad programs in countries that span the globe. Where will you go? How about Japan, South Africa, Cuba, Denmark or Italy?

College is absolutely the best time to participate in a study abroad experience. We offer programs in five categories: semester/year study abroad, UHart short-term study abroad, international internships, service-learning and field-based research. Our study abroad staff will help you find programs that fit your academic needs, personal interests and your budget.

So get your passport ready – and join the hundreds of UHart students (Hawks Abroad) who have said yes to study abroad! See for yourself why the cliché is true-study abroad will change your life!

University of Hartford Application Deadlines

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  • Fall Programs- March 15
  • Spring Programs - October 15

Short-Term Study Abroad*

  • Winter Programs- October 15
  • Spring Programs- December 1
  • Summer Programs- March 1
  • *some deadlines vary: see program details

Start Planning your Study Abroad Adventure

Your very first step is to come to a Study Abroad 101 Info Session. You will learn about the study abroad basics, the application process, program options, program fees and scholarships.


Study Abroad 101 Sessions held weekly throughout the semester:             

Tues & Thurs, 12:30-1:15pm, GSU 327 on the following dates:

Feb: 7, 14, 23

Mar: 9, 14, 28

Apr: 4, 13, 18, 27

Check out "Hawks Abroad" Upcoming Events

After you attend a Study Abroad 101 Session, make an appointment with the Study Abroad Advisor.

Already Studied Abroad?  Attend the 4th Annual Connecticut Area Study Abroad Re-Entry Conference on Saturday, Feb. 4th from 9:30-3pm in Konover Campus Center.

Join students from across the state at this one day conference geared towards helping you unpack your study abroad experience!  There are sessions on going abroad again (grad school, internships, work, Peace Corps), cultural adjustment and returning home, communicating the experience (developing elevator pitches and learning how to discuss your overseas experiences on your resume and in interviews), and resume reviews. 

$5 in advance, $10 at the door - click here for more information and to register.

For more information on Study Abroad, please contact:

Semester and Provider Summer/J-Term Programs

Meaghan Murphy, International Program Administrator

Faculty-Led Short-Term Programs

Nicole Kurker-Stewart, Director, International Center