The Center for Education Abroad believes that studying abroad is an integral part of the undergraduate curriculum. With careful planning, students in any major, including engineering, may study abroad. The College offers study abroad programs in more than 40 countries in the fall, spring, full year and summer terms.
Students who are interested in studying abroad should attend a study abroad general information meeting to get started. After attending an information meeting, students can set up an appointment to meet with a study abroad adviser. It’s never too early to start!
Study abroad advisers assist students with researching and applying to study abroad programs, academic planning, transfer credit, pre-departure orientation and reentry programming.
For details and more information, visit our website the education abroad website.