The following international programs have been developed by the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences or offer study, internship, research, and service-learning opportunities for students in the college. Before you begin your program search, talk with your academic advisor to identify the best type of international opportunity for your degree.
- Study – Take courses that apply to your degree with short-term or semester long programs.
- Faculty-led – Short-term programs led by TAMU faculty members and offer TAMU courses. Most programs are open to all majors, check eligibility requirements.
- Exchange – Semester or academic year opportunities with COALS and TAMU international partner universities. These programs offer transfer credit academic coursework for students in COALS.
- Field Trips – Short-term trips that enhance an on-campus course.
- Affiliate Provider (AP) – Programs from short-term up to an academic year through partner companies that specialize in international education.
- Intern – Build your resume with international work experience with global agricultural businesses and organizations.
- Virtual – Collaborative study or intern programs that actively connect students with international peers, organizations, or companies through online platforms.
- Research – Conduct research with international organizations or independently and gain hands-on experience in the world’s top labs.
- Service-Learning – Make an impact by volunteering with international organizations in various fields including community health, youth development, animal welfare, and many more.