As my time here in Guatemala draws to a close, I’ve been able to find an extra special appreciation for my experiences and what I’ve learned from them. My program has put me in a position to learn about the history of not only this country but of many other… read more
Learning Through A New Lens
As I sit down to write this blog, I truly cannot believe I have barely been in Guatemala a week. My heart is already swollen with love for the Guatemalan people, culture and beautiful landscape, and it genuinely swells a little more with each passing “buenos dias” or “hola” I… read more
Guatemala or Guatebuena?
Horns meet World. World meet Natalie. Natalie is a religious studies major here at UT, and studied abroad summer of 2015 in Antigua, Guatemala. In the post below she write about her experience studying the effects of NGOs while becoming better at Spanish. Over the summer I studied abroad through… read more
Daunting Deadlines Down, Super Summer Ahead.
Yep, deadlines are fast approaching!! But don’t worry, there’s still plenty of time to find a program and get on board. The deadline for Summer Faculty-Led Program applications is December 1. Summer Faculty-Led Programs are exactly what the name implies – a UT faculty member will teach the class(es) for the summer… read more
Intro Spanish in Latin America
This week we’ve put together a list of UT study abroad summer programs in Latin America that offer lower-division Spanish courses that fulfill the language requirement. Often overlooked by students looking to study abroad, Latin America offers an incredible natural and cultural diversity. While many countries south of the border share a common… read more