You can! Whether you’re an undergraduate, graduate or professional, you can participate in UK Education Abroad. It doesn’t matter if you’re a Philosophy major or Pre-Pharmacy—you can find a program that’s right for you. The only requirements are that, 1) you are in good academic (minimum 2.0 GPA) and disciplinary standing at the time you apply and for the duration of your program abroad, and 2) that you have completed at least 30 hours of coursework.
Education Abroad opportunities vary widely, and different programs will have different prerequisites, GPA requirements, etc. that may affect exactly which programs you can choose and when you can participate. If you’re a senior, you are welcome to study abroad, but you must work closely with both your Education Abroad advisor and academic advisor to make sure you have met the appropriate departmental and college requirements; you should also discuss the timeliness of credit transfer in relation to your anticipated graduation date. If you’re a student from another institution, you may participate in programs through Education Abroad by applying to UK as a visiting student.
If you’re a graduate student, there are many programs tailored specifically for you. Several academic departments at UK have funding for graduate students to conduct research overseas, so you should check with you departmental advisor to find out about these opportunities.