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    University of Houston
   
 
  Dec 17, 2017
 
 
    
2016-2017 Graduate Catalog [Not Current Academic Year. Consult with Your Academic Advisor for Your Catalog Year]

International Programs


Colleges  > Gerald D. Hines College of Architecture  > International Programs


The Gerald D. Hines College of Architecture offers its students the opportunity to study in various countries in Asia, Europe and Latin America. Students participating in one of our study abroad programs can expect to be immersed in the local culture, on-site visits and studio experience to further their studies in architecture design.

The College offers both faculty-led and exchange programs for students to participate.

Study abroad programs include travel and studies in Chile, Argentina, Italy, Austria, Spain, China and other international destinations such as Brazil, Costa Rica, India and Vietnam.

Exchange programs are also offered for students to study for up to one year in another country. Past exchanges have been offered through partner institutions in France, Chile, Russia and Austria. These programs are ideal for students who are self-directed, motivated and can quickly adapt to diverse and unfamiliar settings. Foreign language proficiency is recommended.

International Internships

The College has an established, long-standing internship available through the sponsorship of Gerald D. Hines. Named the Hines Internship, students selected to participate have the opportunity to work in Barcelona, Spain for Enric Miralles-Benedetta Tagliabue Arquitectes (EMBT).

Additional information may be found at the College of Architecture website.