Global Programs

Undergraduate Global Programs

Exciting opportunities await. Turn your Eller Experience into a global one.

At Eller, you can earn credit and gain professional experience at the same time.

Spend a semester studying overseas, a week volunteering in a developing nation, a summer interning in a global industry of your choice, or join us on Global Cohort and complete coursework with Eller faculty abroad.


The idea of traveling to the other side of
the world is scary, but this has been an unforgettable experience, and I have no regrets interning in Singapore. 

- Luca de la Guardia ’24 BSBA (Management Information Systems)


In a cross-cultural and cross-continental collaboration, Eller works with universities in Cambodia, Indonesia and Peru to share campus space, faculty and offer Eller’s Business Administration degree to local students.

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Travel Resources

Access vital travel information before beginning your international experience, including passport, visa information and health and safety resources.

Passport and Visa Information


  • You can start the application process by reading the following information from the U.S. State Department 
  • You can apply for a passport or submit a passport renewal request at the UA Passport Office


A visa is usually an entry stamp placed in your passport. This allows you entry into a foreign country. A visa is issued by the country's government prior to arrival. Visa requirements vary from country to country depending on the length of time and purpose of your stay. You will need to contact the nearest consulate for the country you will be visiting and ask about the visa requirements. Please check with your Eller Global Advisor to inquire about whether your program requires a student visa.

Health and Safety Resources

Students should review information regarding health and safety abroad. Below are some resources:

  • Coronavirus (COVID-19) Study Abroad FAQs
  • UA resources for health and safety abroad
  • Educate yourself about current health issues where you will be going and the available medical services. Please search for information on the country or countries you will be traveling to using the following websites:
  • Make an appointment with the Campus Health Immunizations and Travel Clinic, your primary care physician and/or mental health practitioner to discuss any health needs and services you will require abroad
    • What medications and immunizations may be necessary based on your destination
    • Review your current medical insurance coverage
    • Keep a copy of your international health insurance card to take abroad with you
  • If you are a student with a disability requesting accommodations for your Study Abroad/Exchange experience you will need to register with the sponsoring institution's disability resource center. If you are attending a UA sponsored program please contact Disability Resources at 520-621-3268,

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