Accounting, Business Management, Communication, Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Economics, Education, Electrical Engineering, Engineering, Film Studies, Foreign Languages - Spanish, History, Industrial Engineering, Parks Recreation and Tourism Management, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, Religious Studies, Sociology
About the University Universidad Catolica del Uruguay - Montevideo, Uruguay Language of Instruction: Spanish Surrounded by the white sandy beaches of the Río de la Plata, the vibrant capital Montevideo combines a picturesque blend of colonial Spanish, Italian, and Art Deco styles. Features small classes in business, communications, education sciences, psychology, and sociology. Participate in community service with local Uruguayan students in projects geared toward poverty alleviation. Language Prerequisite: 5 semesters of Spanish required.
About ISEP ISEP is an organization of over 100 institutions which have agreed to participate in student exchanges. NC State's participation in ISEP allows you to attend universities in 41 countries worldwide.
ISEP locations include both ISEP Exchange and ISEP Direct sites. The difference between these options is outlined below:
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