Texas Tech University


Urban/Rural Andean Health in Quito, Ecuador sponsored by CFHI

The application cycle for this program is not open at this time. Please check back later.

Terms, Dates & Field of Study

** There are currently no active application cycles for this program.

Field of Study

  • Pre-Professional Health

Program Term(s): Summer I, Summer II

Budget Sheets :

Location(s), Eligibility Requirements


  • Quito and Nanegalito, Ecuador

Language of Instruction(s)

  • English
  • Spanish

Minimum GPA: 2.0

Minimum Classification

  • Junior
  • Senior
  • Sophomore

Language Level Required Prior to Program:

2 semesters college-level Spanish

Additional Requirements

  • Must be 19 years or older by start of program

Additional Details

Program Type: Affiliate Program

Website Link: https://www.cfhi.org/global-health-in-ecuador-quito

Housing Options

  • Host Family

Study Abroad Advisors

  • Ashley Haseley (ENGR)
  • Lanna Sheldon

Program Overview

Urban/Rural Andean Health in Quito
Quito, Ecuador
Terms Available:
Summer I, Summer II
Sponsored by Child Family Health International (CFHI)

*No Academic Credit*

Funding & Finances
Scholarships are available through various Colleges and departments at TTU and include examples such as the Study Abroad Competitive Scholarship. Visit the scholarships webpage as well as the Easy Guide to Study Abroad Scholarships to learn more.

Scholarships are also available through the program, in this case, Child Family Health International (CFHI). Review Child Family Health International https://www.cfhi.org/scholarships scholarships for even more funding opportunities.

Financial Aid
Did you know that 97% of TTU financial aid travels abroad?! Learn more by visiting the study abroad financial aid webpage.

Helpful Links
 • The process of paying for study abroad
 • Withdrawal and refund policy

Identify & Life Abroad
Studying abroad can be one of the most transformative experiences of your college career. It is an opportunity to develop academically, personally and professionally. Entering a new culture can be challenging for everyone. The Study Abroad Office is committed to supporting your international experiences, regardless of your identity. Please review the identity abroad section of our website for additional information.

What Comes Next?
• Schedule an appointment with a Study Abroad Counselor or Program Manager
• Start your application: Watch the application how-to video for more information