Study Abroad

Office of Global Economic Development
Study Abroad

One of the best ways to expand your world view, increase intercultural competence and make yourself more marketable to future employers, is to participate in one of the international studies or study abroad programs offered by the colleges of the DCCCD to our students.

Can I Study Abroad?

If you’re enrolled at any of the seven colleges of DCCCD, you can participate in any study abroad opportunity we offer — whether it’s offered by your home college or not.

Texas residents enrolled in colleges that are members of the North Texas Community College Consortium may enroll in our international courses by paying “in-district” (Dallas County) tuition. These colleges include:

  • Cisco
  • Collin County
  • Dallas County: Brookhaven, Cedar Valley, El Centro, Eastfield, LeCroy Center, Mountain View, North Lake, Richland
  • Grayson County
  • Hill
  • Kilgore
  • McLennan
  • Navarro
  • North Central Texas
  • Northeast Texas
  • Panola
  • Paris
  • Tarrant County
  • Texas State Technical at Marshall and Waco
  • Trinity Valley
  • Tyler
  • Vernon
  • Weatherford
  • University of North Texas

When Can I Study Abroad?

Our colleges offer study abroad and/or field of study opportunities during the summer and winter sessions. College faculty teach these courses, which normally last two to four weeks.

Where Can I Study?

In previous years, courses have been offered in:

  • Italy
  • Spain
  • United Kingdom
  • Japan
  • France
  • Ecuador
  • Hawaii*

View a list of upcoming field and study abroad trips.

*Courses offered in Hawaii, Alaska and U.S. territories that are not part of the contiguous United States are included with Study Abroad as they are overseas destinations.