Undergraduate Study Abroad

 

The Eller College of Management offers an array of global locations for students to spend a full semester abroad. 


Pre-professional Semester Abroad

Lower-division Eller students can now participate in a semester abroad. Whether you study in the French Riviera or Tokyo, you’ll round out your pre-business or pre-economics experience with a global perspective.

French Riviera, France: SKEMA-Euro American Institute (Non-UA Program)
Program Type: CEA-Business, Communication and Liberal Arts 

Eller Course Equivalents:

  • Pre-Professional: ACCT 200 / ACCT 210 / BNAD 276 / ECON 201A / ECON 201B
  • Upper Division Core: N/A
  • Major Electives: N/A
  • Ethics: N/A
  • Business Minor Courses for Non-BSBA students: BNAD 302 / BNAD 303 
  • General Education: Various

This is considered a non-UA program, therefore, your UA Scholarships and Financial Aid are not applicable. Additional funding through CEA may be available, please click here to learn more.

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Phnom Penh, Cambodia: UA Abroad
Program Type: UA Abroad, Phnom Penh

Eller Course Equivalents:

  • Pre-Professional: ACCT 200 / BNAD 276 / ECON 200
  • BSBA Core: N/A
  • Major Electives: N/A
  • Ethics: Business Ethics & Social Responsibility
  • Business Minor Courses for Non-BSBA students: N/A
  • General Education: Various

This is considered a UA Study Abroad program, and you will pay Main Campus UA tuition and fees. You are able to use all of your financial aid, including AZ Excellence and Wildcat Excellence awards, toward your study abroad tuition expenses. To learn more about the types of aid that can and cannot be applied, please click here.

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Prague, Czech Republic: Anglo-American University (Non-UA Program)
Program Name: CEA-International Business or International Internship 

Eller Course Equivalents:

  • Pre-ProfessionalACCT 200 / ACCT 210 / BNAD 276 / ECON 201A / ECON 201B 
  • BSBA Core: OSCM 373
  • Major Electives: MGMT 435 / MKTG 456
  • Ethics: Business Ethics
  • Business Minor Courses for Non-BSBA students: N/A
  • General Education: Various

This is considered a non-UA program, therefore, your UA Scholarships and Financial Aid are not applicable. Additional funding through CEA may be available, please click here to learn more.

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Tokyo, Japan: Sophia University
Program Type: UA Student Exchange Program (only available in Spring semesters), please contact the UA International Study Abroad Office for more information.

Eller Course Equivalents:

  • Pre-Professional: ACCT 210 / BNAD 276 / BNAD 277 / ECON 201A / ECON 201B
  • BSBA Core: N/A
  • Major Electives: N/A
  • Ethics: N/A
  • Business Minor Courses for Non-BSBA students: BNAD 302 / BNAD 303
  • General Education: Various

This is considered a UA Study Abroad program, and you will pay Main Campus UA tuition and fees. You are able to use all of your financial aid, including AZ Excellence and Wildcat Excellence awards, toward your study abroad tuition expenses. To learn more about the types of aid that can and cannot be applied, please click here.

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Rome, Italy: UA Abroad
Program Type:
 UA Abroad, UA Rome 

Eller Course Equivalents:

  • Pre-Professional: ACCT 200 / ACCT 210 / ECON 201A / ECON 201B
  • BSBA Core: N/A
  • Major Electives: FIN 414
  • Ethics: Ethics and Global Policy
  • Business Minor Courses for Non-BSBA students: N/A
  • General Education: Various

This is considered a UA Study Abroad program, and you will pay Main Campus UA tuition and fees. You are able to use all of your financial aid, including AZ Excellence and Wildcat Excellence awards, toward your study abroad tuition expenses. To learn more about the types of aid that can and cannot be applied, please click here.

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Professional Semester Abroad

A semester abroad is an excellent way to enrich your experience and complete required upper-division coursework for your degree.

Barcelona, Spain: UA Abroad
Program Name: UA Abroad, UA Barcelona

Eller Course Equivalents:

  • BSBA CoreECON 300 / ECON 330 or 332 / OSCM 373
  • Major Electives: FIN 414 / MGMT 435 / MKTG 456
  • Ethics: Business Ethics or Ethics in Society
  • Business Minor Courses for Non-BSBA students: BNAD 302 / BNAD 303 
  • Sports Management Minor/Certificate course: Elective 
  • General Education: Various

This is considered a UA Study Abroad program, and you will pay Main Campus UA tuition and fees. You are able to use all of your financial aid, including AZ Excellence and Wildcat Excellence awards, toward your study abroad tuition expenses. To learn more about the types of aid that can and cannot be applied, please click here.

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CEA Barcelona (Non-UA Program)
Program Name: CEA-Liberal Arts and Social Sciences 

Eller Course Equivalents:

  • BSBA CoreECON 300 / ECON 330 or 332 / OSCM 373
  • Major Electives: ECON 340 / FIN 414 / MGMT 435 / MKTG 456
  • Ethics: Business Ethics & Management 
  • Business Minor Courses for Non-BSBA students: BNAD 303
  • General Education: Various

*Business Economics and BA Economics majors should select International Business CEA & UAB

This is considered a non-UA program, therefore, your UA Scholarships and Financial Aid are not applicable. Additional funding through CEA may be available, please click here to learn more.

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Madrid, Spain: UA Abroad
Program Name: UA Abroad, UA Madrid

Eller Course Equivalents:

  • BSBA CoreOSCM 373
  • Major Electives: MGMT 435 / MKTG 456
  • Pre-Professional: ACCT 200
  • Ethics: Ethics in Society
  • Business Minor Courses for Non-BSBA students: BNAD 303
  • General Education: Various

This is considered a UA Study Abroad program, and you will pay Main Campus UA tuition and fees. You are able to use all of your financial aid, including AZ Excellence and Wildcat Excellence awards, toward your study abroad tuition expenses. To learn more about the types of aid that can and cannot be applied, please click here.

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Multiple Cities in Mexico: Tecnologico de Monterrey 
Program Type: UA Student Exchange Program, please contact the UA International Study Abroad Office for more information.

Eller Course Equivalents:

  • BSBA CoreN/A
  • Major Electives: MGMT 435 / MKTG 456
  • Ethics: Various
  • Business Minor Courses for Non-BSBA students: N/A
  • General Education: Various

This is considered a UA Study Abroad program, and you will pay Main Campus UA tuition and fees. You are able to use all of your financial aid, including AZ Excellence and Wildcat Excellence awards, toward your study abroad tuition expenses. To learn more about the types of aid that can and cannot be applied, please click here.

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CEA Rome (Non-UA Program)
Program Name: CEA-Liberal Arts & Cultural Heritage 

Eller Course Equivalents:

  • BSBA Core: OSCM 373
  • Major Electives: ECON 340* / FIN 414 / MKTG 456
  • Pre-Professional: ACCT 210* 
  • Ethics: Business Ethics & Management / Environmental Ethics
  • Business Minor Courses for Non-BSBA students: N/A
  • General Education: Various

*Pre-Professional (Pre-Business and Pre-Economics), Business Economics, and BA Economics majors should select Full Curriculum at JCU

This is considered a non-UA program, therefore, your UA Scholarships and Financial Aid are not applicable. Additional funding through CEA may be available, please click here to learn more.

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Sydney, Australia: UA Sydney
Program Type: UA Abroad, UA Sydney 

Eller Course Equivalents:

  • BSBA Core: ECON 300 / ECON 330 or 332
  • Major Electives: MKTG 456 / MGMT 435
  • Pre-Professional: BNAD 276 
  • Ethics: Business Ethics & Sustainability / Ethics & Governance
  • Business Minor Courses for Non-BSBA students: N/A
  • General Education: Various

This is considered a UA Study Abroad program, and you will pay Main Campus UA tuition and fees. You are able to use all of your financial aid, including AZ Excellence and Wildcat Excellence awards, toward your study abroad tuition expenses. To learn more about the types of aid that can and cannot be applied, please click here.

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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

Passport

  • 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 here

Visas

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(ies) 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 GeoBlue insurance (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 institutions' disability resource center. If you are attending a UA sponsored program please contact Disability Resources at 520-621-3268, uadrc@email.arizona.edu.

Participating in a Non-UA Program

By participating in a non-UA program, please note that your UA Scholarships and Financial Aid are not applicable toward your study abroad program expenses. As such, there will be a few items that you’ll be additionally responsible for to ensure that your admission, UA Scholarships and Financial Aid, and coursework allow you to stay on track for graduation.

1. If you are considering applying for a Non-UA study abroad program for a semester or more, please start by scheduling an appointment with an Eller Global Advisor here.

2. Please submit Non-UA Programs Application form to confirm that the credit you are receiving will transfer back to UA. 

3. Back2UA program information: https://admissions.arizona.edu/how-to-apply/returning-students/back2ua

4. UA Scholarship and Financial Aid deferment form: https://financialaid.arizona.edu/policies/scholarship-deferment


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