Texas A&M University has established exchange agreements with a number of universities in Asia, Europe, Latin America, and Oceania that permit TAMU students from any college to study at those universities.
To view a list of all of the university-wide REEP programs, click here.
Several of Texas A&M University’s colleges or departments have established exchange agreements with overseas institutions specifically for their majors. Each of these programs has its own coordinator within the respective college or department, who should be contacted with program-specific inquiries.
To view a list of all of the college/departmental REEP programs, click here.
Additional Information – Course Equivalencies
Undergraduate students participating on REEPs are expected to bring back a minimum of 12 credit hours per semester in TAMU course equivalencies for academic work completed at the host university. Graduate students must take 9 credit hours or per their academic college requirement.
A list of host university courses previously approved with corresponding TAMU course equivalencies can be accessed through the REEP Course Search
. This is a non-exhaustive list of courses students have brought back in the past and should only be used as a reference. Applicants should note that course selections at the host university are not limited to the courses listed in the REEP Course Search as it is possible to take other courses after consultation with TAMU academic advisors and/or professors. All students must complete a Course Selection Form after acceptance to the REEP and prior to going abroad, regardless of whether the courses are found in the REEP Course Search.