Chemical and Biological Engineering
Engineering students can obtain international experience through participation in the University's Study Abroad Program or through summer internships and language study abroad. Interested students should begin planning early by meeting with the associate dean for undergraduate affairs to discuss suitable programs at foreign universities.
Generally, it is best to study abroad in the spring of sophomore year due to the sequential nature of the required core courses for the chemical and biological engineering major.
Take a look at Study Abroad for Engineering Students: Frequently Asked Questions, a very useful handout put together by Peter Bogucki, Associate Dean for Undergraduate Affairs, Engineering and Applied Science.
CBE majors can study abroad through a variety of programs. Below are some suggestions from your study abroad advisers:
- Argentine Universities Program via IFSA-Butler, Buenos Aires, Argentina
- University of Melbourne, Australia
- University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia*
- Oxford-Princeton Exchange in Biochemistry, England
- Ecole Centrale, Paris, France
- University College Dublin, Ireland*
- University of Edinburgh, Scotland
- IES in Salamanca, Spain*
- Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, Sweden