Through the Global Learning Hub, each and every UC Davis student can find global learning opportunities available on campus, in the region, and across all seven continents. The hub’s network of local and global academic, experiential, and leadership programs helps develop capacity for undergraduate, graduate, and professional students to engage with global issues and make a difference in the world as the next generation of global problem solvers.
As a part of Global Affairs, the Global Learning Hub aims to inspire global curiosity, understanding, and engagement.
Program Recommendations for UHM Majors
UC Davis Study Abroad Programs
- Internships and Culture in London (Spring Quarter Abroad)
- Language and Culture in Spain (Spring Quarter Abroad)
- Language and Culture in Today's Renaissance Florence (Fall Quarter Abroad)
- Language and Culture in Argentina (Fall Quarter Abroad)
- Music, Film and Culture in the Global City (Summer Abroad)
- Environmental Justice in Indigenous Ecuador (Summer Abroad)
- Into the Andes—History, Environment, Culture (Summer Abroad)
- Writers in Greece (Summer Abroad)
- Rome—Art, Culture, History in the Eternal City (Summer Abroad)
- Celtic Connections (Summer Abroad)
- Tanzania—Culture, Wildlife, and Activism (Summer Abroad)
- Education Internships in Thailand (Summer Abroad Internships)
- Education Internships in Hawaii (Summer Abroad Internships)
- Oaxacalifornia—Multiethnicity and Migration (Seminars Abroad)
- Search all UC Davis Global Learning opportunities in UHM
UC Education Abroad Program (UCEAP)
- Before going abroad, it is always a good idea to consult with your major advisor about your study abroad plans. For some programs, such as UCEAP, you are required to meet with your major advisor as part of the application process. You may be able to fulfill many major requirements while abroad so it’s recommended, and sometimes mandatory, to create an academic plan with your major advisor while applying for a particular study abroad program.
- While abroad, you may need to remain in contact with your major advisor for academic advising regarding specific courses.
- Be sure to keep all course descriptions and syllabi!
- When you return, see your major advisor as needed.