- Argentine Universities Program via IFSA-Butler, Buenos Aires, Argentina
- University of Melbourne, Australia
- University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia
- Associated Colleges in China, Beijing, China
- Chinese University of Hong Kong, China
- Hertford College, University of Oxford, Oxford, England
- Worcester College, University of Oxford, Oxford, England
- King's College London, England
- University College London, England
- Center for University Programs Abroad (CUPA), Paris, France
- AIT Budapest, Hungary
- University of Auckland, New Zealand
- University of Edinburgh, Scotland
- CIEE at Carlos III University of Madrid, Getafe, Spain
- ETH Zurich, Switzerland
From "Life in the Computer Science Department: A Guide for the Humble Undergraduate"
Q. Can I take a semester abroad?
A. A. Yes. This program is administered by the Dean of the College. After you get information about the program from the Dean's office, and you choose a university to study at, bring that university's course information to Brian Kernighan, COS Dep Rep for Study Abroad to see if there are any courses that could substitute for one of your CS departmentals. If independent work is involved (e.g., for AB juniors), you will need to find a faculty advisor here, either as the direct advisor or as someone to assess work done for someone at the far end. You can take a year abroad as well, but this is more complicated, mainly because you have to find more technical courses that can count as departmentals. In any case, if you plan to study abroad, start planning early.
You may also find it useful to peruse the Computer Science undergraduate webpages more generally. Questions may also be directed to Colleen Kenny-McGinley (8-1746), the COS undergraduate co-ordinator.