Living and studying in a foreign country is an eye-opening adventure. Each year, our students are transformed through experiences in off-campus programs. Explore opportunities in Nashville, Rome, Finland, Poland, Italy, Germany, and Denmark, as well as our summer mini-terms.
With the exception of mini-terms all programs require an initial Preference Selection Form be filled out. This should be submitted to the College of Architecture and Design Student Services office by the deadline.
See the UT Center for International Education for more information, and to register for these experiences. Note that costs may change, and that all information should be confirmed through CIE. Tuition may or may not be included as part of the listed expenses.
Dozier Travels Three Continents in Transformative Experience
Catherine Dozier, a graduate student in the UT College of Architecture and Design School of Architecture, traveled the world this summer to connect culture and architecture. Dozier’s travels were made possible by Aydelott Travel Award, a prestigious scholarship that funded…Read More »
Winners of Hnedak Bobo International Design Competition
International travel is a hallmark of study at the UT College of Architecture and Design. Memphis-based firm, the Hnedak Bobo Group hosts an annual design competition to support this off-campus learning. A jury consisting of faculty members Valerie Friedman, James Rose, Kevin…Read More »
Landscape Architecture Students Tour the UK
“The world is a book, and those who do not travel read only one page.” –Saint Augustine (AD 354 – 430) This summer several landscape architecture graduate students, along with students from other disciplines, had the opportunity to travel to England, Wales,…Read More »
Bold Ideas Generate Big Experiences: Meet UT Architecture Student Marion Forbes
From the stage to gallery walls, Knoxville to Helsinki, School of Architecture senior Marion Forbes has fully embraced the University of Tennessee experience. Raised in Maryville, Tennessee, a half hour drive from the UT Knoxville Campus, Marion “developed a love…Read More »
Landscape Architecture Students Learn in Italy
When you reflect on your time in college, can you recall an event that truly changed the way you saw yourself and the world? For 15 lucky UT students, the answer is easy. Garry Menendez, professor in Plant Science, led…Read More »