Study Abroad for Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering

 

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SEMESTER PROGRAMS

Australia: Monash University

Poland: Global STEM Semester

South Africa: Stellenbosch University 

United Kingdom: University of Manchester

SHORT TERM PROGRAMS

China: Engineering, STS and International Relations (Summer)
Also based in beautiful Hangzhou, participants enroll in two of the following course options for six credits. Credit: MAE 214, STS 490 Geographies of Energy, PS 231, or FL 295 Elementary Chinese.

China: Engineering at Shanghai Jiao Tong – UM Joint Institute (Summer)
Complete a full semester of studies in China this summer. A wide variety of courses are offered at this English-speaking institute with a wealth of cultural excursions and support. Ideal for rising sophomores or juniors from any engineering program.

Czech Republic: NC State Prague
NC State Prague offers a chance to spend time in one of Europe’s most beautiful cities. Many courses fulfill GEP requirements: Humanities, IDP, & Natural Sciences.

United Kingdom: London STEM and Liberal Studies
This five week program is a great way to fulfill general education course requirements in a foreign setting while participating in cultural excursions and with carious sites of interest in the city of London.

ADDITIONAL, NON-NC STATE PROGRAMS

Australia: International Summer Research & Training in Sydney (Summer)
Perform cutting edge research related to Materials for Energy Storage and Transduction while becoming a part of the international materials research
community. Not for credit.

France: CPE Lyon (Summer)
Study analytical chemistry, chemical engineering (equivalent to CHE330), and French language with lab work, industry visits, and local tours.

Germany: RISE: Research in Science & Engineering
A competitive program, participants are funded to work with doctoral students at German universities.

Japan: NanoJapan Research Internship Program (Summer)
For 1st and 2nd year engineering students, NanoJapan offers competitively funded internships to cultivate interest in nanotechnology.