Important COVID-19 Update (July 2021)
The Education Abroad Office will be physically closed until August 2, 2021 afterwhich, in-person appointments will be available.
Students: If you are interested in studying abroad, please make an appointment with a study abroad advisor via LoboAchieve.
- Mary Phibbs: Spain, Italy, France, Portugal, Australia/New Zealand/Pacific Islands, North America, South America, West Indies
- Sara Guiterrez: Asia, Africa, Middle East , United Kingdom/Ireland, Europe (Except: Spain, Italy, France, Portugal)
Students who have already started a study abroad application, or are currently abroad, may contact their advisor directly through email or make an appointment via LoboAchieve.
Faculty/Staff: If you are interested in leading a faculty-led or group study abroad program, please contact Annette Mares-Duran, Faculty-Led International Program Coordinator. If you are interseted in a developing a formal agreement with an overseas institution, please contact Todd Karr, Director of Education Abroad.
Appointments are available in-person and virtually. While limited walk-hours (in-person or virtually) for students, faculty, and staff will be available starting on August 2, 2021 from 1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. for general study abroad inquiries formal appointments are highly encouraged.
The Education Abroad Office greatly appreciates your patience and flexibility as we manage this continually evolving situation.
Welcome to Education Abroad
The University of New Mexico strongly endorses the nationally recognized need to promote global awareness of and sensitivity to multicultural issues in today's interdependent world. We invite you to browse this website for information regarding education abroad as well as available study, research, and internship programs. Once you've read through the information, we invite you to get in contact with us. Thank you for visiting today.
If you are interested in the National Student Exchange program (NSE) for domestic programs, please visit https://nse.unm.edu/.