With over 60 international engineering programs available to you, the possibilities are endless.

Types of Programs

Consortium exchanges are made up of a group of universities around the world who have a collective exchange agreement as a consortium.  This means that they must maintain an exchange “balance” with the consortium as a whole rather than an individual university.  Students applying to consortium exchanges will likely need to fill out applications through the University of Maryland (myEA), the consortium network (i.e. Global E3), and the specific host institution to which they are applying.
Tuition:
Consortium exchange agreements allow University of Maryland students to pay University of Maryland tuition while they are abroad.  Students will still be responsible for the housing costs associated with each individual institution/location.  All students studying abroad pay an Education Abroad fee to the University of Maryland to support you in the pre-departure phase as well as to process your transcript upon your return.
Credits:
All credits will come back as transfer credits and will be evaluated on a pass/fail basis.  Upon being admitted students will go through the process of having their individual courses approved for transfer credit by University of Maryland faculty and staff.  Courses which have previously been approved for transfer can be found at the Transfer Credit Center.
Please note that students should merely use the transfer credit center as a starting point and should not feel limited by this list.  Students are encouraged to put forth their best efforts in their classes abroad and be aware that different academic systems can be challenging for American students.
Example:
The most popular consortium exchange with Clark School students is the Global E3 network.  This network is comprised of schools all over the world and we send many students to Global E3 each spring and fall.  Read more about Global E3 and see a list of member institutions.

A bilateral exchange is an exchange agreement between the University of Maryland and an individual university overseas.  The University of Maryland maintains bilateral exchanges with universities that have historically hosted a steady number of University of Maryland students and who have maintained a good working relationship with the University of Maryland.  In order to maintain these exchange agreements the number of outbound and inbound students should be relatively equal within a pre-determined time period.
Tuition:

Bilateral exchange agreements allow University of Maryland students to pay University of Maryland tuition while they are abroad.  Students will still be responsible for the housing costs associated with each individual institution/location.  All students studying abroad pay an Education Abroad fee to the University of Maryland to support you in the pre-departure phase as well as to process your transcript upon your return.

Credits:  

In nearly all cases, credits will come back as transfer credits and will be evaluated on a pass/fail basis.  Upon being admitted students will go through the process of having their individual courses approved for transfer credit by University of Maryland faculty and staff.  Courses which have previously been approved for transfer can be found at the Transfer Credit Center. Please note that students should merely use the transfer credit center as a starting point and should not feel limited by this list.  Students are encouraged to put forth their best efforts in their classes abroad and be aware that adjusting to a different academic system can be a challenging and rewarding experience.

Example:

The Bogazici University exchange program is one of our newest exchange programs.  Many of the courses offered in this program have already been evaluated by University of Maryland faculty.  This program is an exceptionally good fit for most engineering students.

A third party program is a program which sends students abroad for internship, study, or volunteering that has a partnership with the University of Maryland. Third party programs often provide a greater number of resources and support to students both in the U.S. and in the host country.  Many third-party programs arrange housing and a pre-semester orientation for their students.  The program charges an all-encompassing fee and the extra services which these programs provide to students are reflected in this fee.
Tuition:
Students studying abroad through third party programs will pay one fee to that program which will cover tuition, housing, orientation, and a number of other expenses. This fee does not reflect any fees associated with the University of Maryland. Fees vary greatly from program to program and location to location. The total cost is often a reflection of the amount of extra resources support the student will receive as a member of the third party program.  The third party program fee does not include the study abroad fee paid to the University of Maryland.
Credits:
In most cases, credits will come back as transfer credits and will be evaluated on a pass/fail basis.  Upon being admitted students will go through the process of having their individual courses approved for transfer credit by University of Maryland faculty and staff.  Courses which have previously been approved for transfer can be found at the Transfer Credit Center (www.tce.umd.edu
Please note that students should merely use the transfer credit center as a starting point and should not feel limited by this list.  Students are encouraged to put forth their best efforts in their classes abroad and be aware that adjusting to a different academic system can be a challenging and rewarding experience.
Example:
The Education Abroad Network (TEAN) is an example of a third party program.  TEAN offers programs at a large number of universities throughout Australia, New Zealand, China, and Southeast Asia.  TEAN offers semester-long, year-long, and short term programs.  To learn more about TEAN programs and the services that they provide please visit their website.

University of Maryland programs are semester-long, year-long, summer term, and winter term programs facilitated at universities around the world and led by University of Maryland employed faculty.  These programs are generally identified by the “UMD” or “Maryland-in” tag on www.myea.umd.edu
Most institutions which host semester-long and year-long University of Maryland Programs are not technical universities and it is difficult for engineering students to find relevant coursework to transfer back to the University of Maryland.
Tuition:
Due to the wide number and variety of these programs, tuition and fees vary greatly from program to program.  Please consult www.myea.umd.edu
(link is external)
 to research the tuition fees associated with each program.  All students studying abroad pay an Education Abroad fee to the University of Maryland to support you in the pre-departure phase as well as to process your transcript upon your return.
Credits:
All credits completed within these programs come back as “resident credits”.  This means that the courses transfer back as if they had been taught at the University of Maryland and students are awarded a letter grade for each course.  It is possible to take additional courses outside of the program for semester-long and year-long programs in order to complete technical or engineering requirements.  These courses will transfer back as transfer credits on a pass/fail basis.
Example:
UMD-Winter: Australia: International Business Cultures in Engineering and Technology.  This program is taught by Clark School faculty for three weeks in Sydney, Australia during the winter term.  Students receive credit for ENES 472; a three credit course which can be applied towards a Minor in International Engineering, Minor in Engineering Leadership, or as an Upper Level Elective course in some engineering majors.

If a student wishes to study abroad at a university which is not affiliated with the University of Maryland through one of the aforementioned types of program agreements, the student may choose to pursue direct enrollment in the program.  Students must coordinate closely with Clark School and University faculty to ensure both program and courses are properly approved.  Please be aware that a significant time commitment may be required to coordinate a successful direct enrollment program.
Tuition:
Students will be responsible for all fees associated with their host university.  Tuition and fees vary from program to program and are in no way affiliated with University of Maryland tuition and fees structure.  In addition, students will be responsible for the University of Maryland study abroad fee.
Credits:
All credits will come back as transfer credits and will be evaluated on a pass/fail basis.  Upon being admitted students will go through the process of having their individual courses approved for transfer credit by University of Maryland faculty and staff.  Courses which have previously been approved for transfer can be found at the Transfer Credit Center.
Please note that students should merely use the transfer credit center as a starting point and should not feel limited by this list.  Students are encouraged to put forth their best efforts in their classes abroad and be aware that adjusting to a different academic system can be a challenging and rewarding experience.

Non-UMD Programs are run by a university or organization which is not affiliated with the University of Maryland.  These programs must be approved by the University of Maryland and the Clark School.  Unlike direct enrollment programs, these programs already have an established structure and therefore do not require the additional time commitment for research associated with direct enrollment programs.
Tuition:
Students are responsible for tuition and program fees set by the university or institution which is coordinating and running the program.  There is an additional University of Maryland Study Abroad fee.
Credits:
All credits will come back as transfer credits and will be evaluated on a pass/fail basis.  Upon being admitted students will go through the process of having their individual courses approved for transfer credit by University of Maryland faculty and staff.  Courses which have previously been approved for transfer can be found at the Transfer Credit Center. Please note that students should merely use the transfer credit center as a starting point and should not feel limited by this list.  Students are encouraged to put forth their best efforts in their classes abroad and be aware that adjusting to a different academic system can be a challenging and rewarding experience.
Example:
The Georgia Tech Lorraine program in Metz, France is a good example of an engineering program which is likely to work well as a Non-UMD program.  This program has a reasonable price, compatible academic schedule, and courses are taught in English.  This may be a good option to consider for mechanical engineering and electrical and computer engineering students.  Please visit the Georgia Tech Lorraine program website for more information.

Major-Specific Information

Students who study abroad on semester programs fulfill 4-5 degree requirements similar to when they are studying on campus.  With some planning, studying abroad on a semester program should not delay graduation and we have programs designed for your major.  With over 3,000 courses approved for transfer credit at our international partners, finding a program that keeps you on track towards graduation should be easy!  Explore the page tailored for your major to understand some of the most popular options available to you.  You can also search past course approvals using our international engineering course database.

Aerospace engineering students typically study abroad in the spring of their sophomore year through several of our exchange partners or the Clark in Madrid program.   Aerospace students must complete ENES232, MATH240/MATH461, MATH246, and PHYS270 before the fall of the junior year to stay on track for graduation.
The GEA Aerospace Engineering program
(link is external)
 is an ideal summer option where you can fulfill 6 credits of technical electives while abroad.  
You can view study abroad courses that have been previously evaluated by visiting our ILP Online Database. If you're ahead in your Math and Physics sequencing, studying abroad in other locations is also an option.
Popular Spring Programs for Aerospace Engineering Students


Universidad Pontificia Comillas (Madrid, Spain)

Universidad Pontificia Comillas Exchange
(link is external)
 or Clark in Madrid Program
(link is external)
1. ENES232: Thermodynamics (DIM-SAP-336)
2. MATH461: Linear Algebra for Scientists and Engineers (DMA-SAP-131)
3. PHYS270/271: Physics 3 (DIM-SAP-231)
4. MATH246: Differential Equations (DMA-SAP-230)
5. In-Major Technical Elective: Aerospace Electronics (DEA-OPT-438)
6. Out-of-Major Technical Electives
    1. Automotive Engines (DIM-OPT-433)
    2. 3D Engineering Design (DIM-OPT-436)
    3. Innovative Modern Engineering Design (DIM-OPT-435)
    4. Numerical Analysis (DMA-SAP-437)
7. General Education Course(link is external)
 (not I-series or DSSP)
    1. DSHU: B-1 Spanish for Exchange Students (IIM-SAP-123)
    2. DVUP: Spanish Culture in Film (DOI-SAP-130)
This is a preferred aerospace engineering study abroad program because all courses are guaranteed to not have a time conflict and all UMD students will be accommodated in each of these courses.  In addition, if you are not ahead in your math or physics sequencing, it is the only option available.

Delft University of Technology (Delft, Netherlands)

TU-Delft Exchange
(link is external)
:
1. ENES232: Thermodynamics (AE1240-I)
2. MATH461: Linear Algebra for Scientists and Engineers (WI1403LR)
3. PHYS270: Physics 3 (AE1240-II)
4. Out-of-Major Technical Elective
    1. Experimental Research & Data Analysis (AE2223-II)
    2. Aerospace Design and Construction (AE1222)
    3. Space Robotics (ME1120)
    4. Applied Numerical Analysis and Computational Modelling (AE2220)
5. General Education Course (not I-series or DSSP)
    1. DSHS: The New Town: From Welfare City to Neoliberal Utopia (AR0023)
This is an ideal program for students above a 3.25 GPA and who are able to complete MATH246 before studying abroad.

Nanyang Technological University (Singapore)

Nanyang Technological University Exchange
(link is external)
1. MATH246: Differential Equations (MH3110)
2. PHYS270/271: Physics 3 (EE1002)
3. ENAE202: Computing Fundamentals for Engineers (FE1008)
4. ENME382/ENMA300: Introduction to Materials Engineering (MS3011)
5. Out-of-Major Technical Electives:
    1. Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (MA4878)
    2. Robotics and Automation (EE4268)
    3. Laser Engineering and Applications (EE4838)
6. General Education Course(link is external)
 (not I-series or DSSP)
    1. DSHU: Minds and Machines (HY3011); Singapore Literature and Culture I (HL1005); Issues in Art History and Theory (DD2003)
    2. DSHS: Principles of Economics (AB0901)
    3. DVUP: Singapore Literature and Culture I (HL1005)
Due to the nature of this program, there is a chance that while Nanyang Technological University offers the above courses each Spring, they could have a time conflct or students may not be able to enroll in all of their desired classes.  Students should be prepared that they may need to take a summer course after going abroad to catch up.

University of Manchester (Manchester, UK)

University of Manchester Exchange
(link is external)
 or University of Manchester Direct Enroll
(link is external)
1. MATH461: Linear Algebra for Scientists and Engineers (MATH10202 or MATH10212 *Requires strong background in proofs)
2. MATH246: Differential Equations (MATH10232)
3. ENME382/ENMA300: Introduction to Materials Engineering (MACE12002)
4. In-Major Technical Elective (for sophomores who are ahead)
5. Out-of-Major Technical Elective
6. General Education Course(link is external)
 (not I-series or DSSP)
    1. DSHU: From Reconstruction to Reagan (AMER10002); Introduction to Metaphysics and Epistemology (PHIL10622)
    2. DSHS: From Reconstruction to Reagan (AMER10002); Introduction to European Archaeology (ARGY10122); Gender, Sexuality and the Body (ENGL20482); Bodies in History (HSTM10272); Cultural Diversity in Global Perspective (SOAN10312)
    3. DVUP: From Reconstruction to Reagan (AMER10002); Gender, Sexuality and the Body (ENGL20482)
This is an ideal program for an Aero student who is a bit ahead and can take PHYS270/271 and ENES232 before going abroad or the summer before the junior year.

University of New South Wales (Sydney, Australia)

University of New South Wales Exchange
(link is external)
 or University of New South Wales Direct Enroll
(link is external)
1. MATH461: Linear Algebra for Scientists and Engineers (MATH2501)
2. ENES232: Thermodynamics (MMAN2700)
3. ENME382/ENMA300: Introduction to Materials Engineering (MATS1101)
4. In-Major Technical Elective (for sophomores who are ahead)
5. Out-of-Major Technical Elective
6. General Education Course(link is external)
 (not I-series or DSSP)
    1. DSHU: Forms of Writing; Media, Culture, and Everyday Life; Experiencing Theatre; Introducing Moral, Social, and Political Philosophy; Australian Literature; Modern India; Women and Religion; World Religions
    2. DSHS: Microeconomics 1; Macroeconomics 1
    3. DVUP: Indigenous Australia; Terror and Religion
This is an ideal program for an Aero student who is a bit ahead and can take PHYS270/271 before going abroad.
 

Bioengineering students typically study abroad in the fall or spring of their junior year through several of our exchange partners or the Clark in Madrid program.  Depending on your bioengineering track
(link is external)
, some programs may be a better fit than others. Those in the Pre-Health track can generally choose any of the below programs.
You can view study abroad courses that have been evaluated previously by visiting our ILP Online Database.
Popular Fall Programs for Bioengineering Students


Danish Technical University (Lyngby, Denmark)

Danish Technical University Exchange
(link is external)
1. BIOE Selective
    1. BIOE420: Bioimaging (10380)
2. Up to 2 BIOE Electives       
3. Up to 2 BSCI/CHEM Electives     
4. Breadth Elective
5. ENGL393: Technical Writing
This program is best suited for those in the Biotechnology and Therapeutics Engineering track.

Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (Madrid, Spain)

Universidad Carlos III de Madrid Exchange
(link is external)
 or Clark in Madrid Program
(link is external)
1. Core BIOE Studies
    1. BIOE372: Biostatistics for Experimental Design and Data Analysis (15535)
2. BIOE Selectives
    1. BIOE332: Transport Process Design (15547)
    2. BIOE420: Bioimaging (15558)
3. Up to 2 BIOE Electives
4. Breadth Elective
5. ENGL393: Technical Writing
6. General Education Course(link is external)

This program is best suited for those in the Biomechanics & Biomaterials or the Biomedical Instrumentation track.

Nanyang Technological University (Singapore)

Nanyang Technological University Exchange
(link is external)
1. BIOE Selectives
    1. BIOE453: Biomaterials (MS4610)
2. Breadth Elective: ENME382/ENMA300
3. BSCI Elective
4. ENGL393: Technical Writing
5. General Education Course(link is external)
 (not I-series or DSSP)
    1. DSHU: Minds and Machines (HY3011); Survey of New Media (DD2005); Issues in Art History and Theory (DD2003)
    2. DSHS: Principles of Economics (AB0901); Introduction to International Relations and Foreign Policy (HA1001); Macroeconomic Principles (HE1002); Introduction to International Relations and Foreign Policy (HA1001)
    3. DVUP: Introduction to International Relations and Foreign Policy (HA1001)
This program is best suited for those in the Biomechanics & Biomaterials track.

University of New South Wales (Sydney, Australia)

University of New South Wales Exchange
(link is external)
 or University of New South Wales Direct Enroll
(link is external)
1. CORE BIOE Studies
    1. BIOE372: Biostatistics (GSOE9712)
2. Breadth Elective
3. BSCI Elective
4. ENGL393: Technical Writing
5. General Education Course(link is external)
 (not I-series or DSSP)
    1. DSHU: Reading Through Time (ARTS1031); Hollywood Film (ARTS1062); Australian Legends (ARTS1190); Creative Writing (ARTS2020); Poetry and Poetics (ARTS2033); American Literature (ARTS2035); Australian Cinema (ARTS2062); Women and Religion (GENL1022); World Religions (GENL1021)
    2. DSHS: Researching Cultural Experience (ARTS1871); Microeconomics 1 (ECON1101); Macroeconomics 1 (ECON1102); Aboriginal Sydney (ATSI1012)
    3. DVUP: Hollywood Film (ARTS1062); Indigenous Australia (ATSI3002); Terror and Religion (GENL1063); Aboriginal Sydney (ATSI1012)

Popular Spring Programs for Bioengineering Students

Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (Madrid, Spain)

Universidad Carlos III de Madrid Exchange
(link is external)
 or Clark in Madrid Program
(link is external)
1. Core BIOE Studies
    1. BIOE331: Biofluids (15544)
    2. BIOE457: Biomedical Electronics & Instrumentation (15542)
2. BIOE Selectives (up to 2 of the following):
    1. BIOE420: Bioimaging (15561)
    2. BIOE453: Biomaterials (15553)
3. BIOE Electives (up to 3 of the following:)
    1. BIOE411: Tissue Engineering
    2. BIOE489B: Special Topics in Bioengineering –Numerical Methods in Bioengineering
    3. BIOE489X: Special Topics in Bioengineering – Biological Systems and others
4. Breadth Elective
5. ENGL393: Technical Writing
6. General Education Course(link is external)
 (not I-series or DSSP)
    1. DSHU: European Cinema (13533); History of Music (13836)
    2. DVUP: European Cinema (13533)

Lund University (Lund, Sweden)

Lund University Exchange
(link is external)
1. BIOE Electives (up to 2 of the following:)
    1. BIOE431: Fundamentals of Biosensor Techniques, Instrumentation, and Applications
    2. BIOE432: Fundamentals of Biophotonics Imaging and Microscopy
2. BSCI Elective
3. Breadth Elective
4. ENGL393: Technical Writing

Danish Technical University (Lyngby, Denmark)

Danish Technical University Exchange
(link is external)
1. BIOE Selectives
    1. BIOE453: Biomaterials (33281)
2. BIOE Electives
    1. BIOE432: Fundamentals of Biophotonics Imaging and Microscopy (34454)
3. BSCI Elective
4. ENGL393: Technical Writing
5. Breadth Elective

Nanyang Technological University (Singapore)

Nanyang Technological University Exchange
(link is external)
1. BIOE Selectives
    1. BIOE 420: Bioimaging (BS2010)
    2. BIOE 453: Biomaterials (MS4013)
2. BIOE Elective
    1. BIOE432: Fundamentals of Biophotonics Imaging and Microscopy
3. BSCI Elective
4. Breadth Elective: CHEM 271/272
5. ENGL393: Technical Writing
6. General Education Course(link is external)
 (not I-series or DSSP)
    1. DSHU: Minds and Machines (HY3011); Singapore Literature and Culture I  (HL1005); Issues in Art History and Theory (DD2003)
    2. DSHS: Principles of Economics (AB0901)
    3. DVUP: Singapore Literature and Culture I (HL1005)

University of New South Wales (Sydney, Australia)

University of New South Wales Exchange
(link is external)
 or University of New South Wales Direct Enroll
(link is external)
1. BIOE Selectives
    1. BIOE 332: Transport Process Design (BIOM9311)
2. BIOE Elective
    1. BIOE 411: Tissue Engineering
3. BSCI Elective
4. Breadth Elective: BCHM 463
5. ENGL393: Technical Writing
6. General Education Course(link is external)
 (not I-series or DSSP)
    1. DSHU: Forms of Writing (ARTS1030); Introduction to Film Studies (ARTS1060); Media, Culture, and Everyday Life (ARTS1090); Experiencing Theatre (ARTS1120); Introducing Moral, Social, and Political Philosophy (ARTS1360); Australian Literature (ARTS2031); Modern India (ARTS2210); Women and Religion (GENL1022); World Religions (GENL1021)
    2. DSHS: Microeconomics 1 (ECON1101); Macroeconomics 1 (ECON1102)
    3. DVUP: Indigenous Australia (ATSI1011); Terror and Religion (GENL1063)

Hong Kong Polytechnic University (Hong Kong)

Hong Kong Polytechnic University Exchange
(link is external)
1. BIOE Selectives:
    1. BIOE 404: Biomechanics
    2. BIOE 420: Bioimaging
    3. BIOE 453: Biomaterials
2. BIOE Elective
3. Breadth Elective
4. ENGL393: Technical Writing
5. General Education Course(link is external)
 (not I-series or DSSP)

Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering students typically study abroad in the spring of their sophomore year.
You can view study abroad courses that have been evaluated previously by visiting our ILP Online Database.
Popular Spring Program for Chemical Engineering Students

Universidad Pontifica Comillas (Madrid, Spain)

Universidad Pontifica Comillas
(link is external)
 or Clark in Madrid Program
(link is external)
1. PHYS270: Physics 3 (DIM-SAP-231)
2. MATH246: Differential Equations (DMA-SAP-230)
3. ENMA300: Introduction to Materials Engineering (DIM-SAP-337)
4. Out-of-Major Technical Elective
    1. MATH461: Linear Algebra for Scientists and Engineers (DMA-SAP-131/DMA-SAP-431)
5. ENGL393: Technical Writing
6. General Education Course(link is external)
 (not I-series or DSSP)
    1. DSHU: B-1 Spanish for Exchange Students (IIM-SAP-123)
    2. DVUP: Spanish Culture in Film (DOI-SAP-130)

University of Glasgow (Glasgow, Scotland)

University of Glasgow Direct Enroll
(link is external)
1. CHEM241/242: Organic Chemistry II (CHEM2015)
2. Technical Elective
    1. CHBE410: Statistics and Design of Experiments (STATS1003)
3. ENGL393: Technical Writing
4. General Education Course(link is external)
 (not I-series or DSSP)

Nanyang Technological University (Singapore)

Nanyang Technological University Exchange
(link is external)
1. MATH246: Differential Equations (MH3110)
2. PHYS270/271: Physics 3 (EE1002)
3. ENMA425 or BIOE453: Introduction to Biomaterials (MA4834)
4. ENME382/ENMA300: Introduction to Materials Engineering (MS3011)
5. Out-of-Major Technical Elective
    1. MATH461: Linear Algebra for Scientists and Engineers (MH1200+MH1201)
6. ENGL393: Technical Writing
7. General Education Course(link is external)
 (not I-series or DSSP)
    1. DSHU: Minds and Machines (HY3011); Singapore Literature and Culture I (HL1005); Issues in Art History and Theory (DD2003)
    2. DSHS: Principles of Economics (AB0901)
    3. DVUP: Singapore Literature and Culture I (HL1005)
Due to the nature of this program, there is a chance that while Nanyang Technological University offers the above courses each Spring, they could have a time conflct or students may not be able to enroll in all of their desired classes.  Students should be prepared that they may need to take a summer course after studying abroad to catch up.

University of Manchester (Manchester, UK)

University of Manchester Exchange
(link is external)
 or University of Manchester Direct Enroll
(link is external)
1. MATH246: Differential Equations (MATH10232)
2. Out-of-Major Technical Elective
    1. MATH461: Linear Algebra for Scientists and Engineers (MATH10202 or MATH10212 *Requires strong background in proofs)
3. ENGL393: Technical Writing
4. General Education Course(link is external)
 (not I-series or DSSP)
    1. DSHU: From Reconstruction to Reagan (AMER10002); Introduction to Metaphysics and Epistemology (PHIL10622)
    2. DSHS: From Reconstruction to Reagan (AMER10002); Introduction to European Archaeology (ARGY10122); Gender, Sexuality and the Body (ENGL20482); Bodies in History (HSTM10272); Cultural Diversity in Global Perspective (SOAN10312)
    3. DVUP: From Reconstruction to Reagan (AMER10002); Gender, Sexuality and the Body (ENGL20482)

Civil engineering students typically study abroad in the spring of their junior year through several of our exchange partners or the Clark in Madrid program.  
You can view study abroad courses that have been evaluated previously by visiting our ILP Online Database.
Popular Spring Programs for Civil Engineering Students


Universidad Carlos III (Madrid, Spain)

Universidad Carlos III Exchange
(link is external)
 or Clark in Madrid Program
(link is external)
1. ENCE353: Intro to Structural Analysis (14815)
2. ENCE302: Probability and Statistics for Civil and Environmental Engineers (15496, 14200, or 15328)
3. ENCE310: Introduction to Environmental Engineering (14764)
4. ENCE in-major, out-of-major, and breadth electives
5. ENGL393: Technical Writing
6. General Education Course(link is external)
 (not I-series or DSSP)
    1. DSHU: European Cinema (13533); History of Music (13836)
    2. DVUP: European Cinema (13533)

University of Queensland (Brisbane, Australia)

University of Queensland Exchange
(link is external)
 or University of Queensland Direct Enroll
(link is external)
1. ENCE302: Probability & Statistics (STAT2003)
2. ENCE320: Engineering Project Management (MECH3600)
3. ENCE340: Fundamentals of Geotechnical Engineering (CIVL3210)
4. ENCE353: Introduction to Structural Analysis (CIVL3340)
5. ENCE441: Foundation Design (CIVL3210)
6. ENCE in-major, out-of-major, and Breadth Electives
7. ENGL393: Technical Writing
8. General Education Courses(link is external)
 (not I-series or DSSP)

Danish Technical University (Lingby, Denmark)

Danish Technical University Exchange
(link is external)
1. ENCE302: Probability & Statistics (11376)
2. ENCE320: Engineering Project Management (62691, 62132, or 42430)
3. ENCE411: Environmental Engineering Science (12237)
4. ENCE423: Project Planning, Estimating & Scheduling (62132) (C)
5. ENCE455: Design of Steel Structures (11961)
6. ENCE in-major, out-of-major, and breadth electives
7. ENGL393: Technical Writing

University of Manchester (Manchester, UK)

University of Manchester Exchange
(link is external)
 or University of Manchester Direct Enroll
(link is external)
1. ENCE310: Introduction to Environmental Engineering (MACE30262)
2. ENCE340: Fundamentals of Geotechnical Engineering (MACE20222)
3. ENCE421: Legal Aspects of Architectural and Engineering Practice (MACE40462)
4. ENCE in-major, out-of-major, and breadth electives
5. ENGL393: Technical Writing
6. General Education Course(link is external)
 (not I-series or DSSP)
    1. DSHU: From Reconstruction to Reagan (AMER10002); Introduction to Metaphysics and Epistemology (PHIL10622)
    2. DSHS: From Reconstruction to Reagan (AMER10002); Introduction to European Archaeology (ARGY10122); Gender, Sexuality and the Body (ENGL20482); Bodies in History (HSTM10272); Cultural Diversity in Global Perspective (SOAN10312)
    3. DVUP: From Reconstruction to Reagan (AMER10002); Gender, Sexuality and the Body (ENGL20482)

University College Dublin (Dublin, Ireland)

University College Dublin Exchange
(link is external)
 or University College Dublin Direct Enroll
(link is external)
1. ENCE302: Probability & Statistics (STAT20060)
2. ENCE310: Introduction to Environmental Engineering (CVEN40070)
3. ENCE353: Introduction to Structural Analysis (CVEN30020)
4. ENCE370: Introduction to Transport Engineering & Planning (CVEN40060)
5. ENCE in-major, out-of-major, and breadth electives
6. ENGL393: Technical Writing
7. General Education Course(link is external)
 (not I-series or DSSP)

Hong Kong Polytechnic University (Hong Kong)

Hong Kong Polytechnic University Exchange
(link is external)
1. ENCE441: Foundation Design (CSE40410)
2. ENCE in-major, out-of-major, and breadth electives
3. ENGL393: Technical Writing
4. General Education Course(link is external)
 (not I-series or DSSP)

Computer engineering students typically study abroad either semester of their junior year or fall semester of their senior year through several of our exchange partners or the Clark in Madrid program.
You can view study abroad courses that have been evaluated previously by visiting our ILP Online Database.
Popular Fall Programs for Computer Engineering Students


Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (Madrid, Spain)

Universidad Carlos III de Madrid Exchange
(link is external)
 or Clark in Madrid Program
(link is external)
1. ENEE222: Elements of Discrete Signal Analysis (15545)
2. ENEE303: Analog and Digital Electronics (14030)
3. ENEE322: Signal and System Theory (13326 or 15372)
4. ENEE350: Computer Organization (13874)
5. Category A Elective
6. Category C Elective
    1. Robotics (15549)
7. Category F elective
8. ENGL393: Technical Writing
9. General Education Course(link is external)


Danish Technical University (Lingby, Denmark)

Danish Technical University Exchange
(link is external)
1. ENEE303: Analog and Digital Electronics (31631)
2. ENEE322: Signal and System Theory (31606)
3. ENEE350: Computer Organization (02155)
4. Category A Elective
    1. Fundamentals of Acoustics and Noise Control (31200)
5. Category B Elective
    1. Concurrent Programming (02158)
    2. Rendering - Introduction (02562)
6. Category C Elective
    1. ENEE460: Control Systems (31300)
    2. Cognitive Modelling (02458)
    3. Embedded System Innovation (31371)
    4. Circuit Technology and EMC (31354)
7. Category F Elective
    1. UX Design Prototyping (02809)
    2. Web Graphics and Scientific Visualization (02560)
    3. Social Graphs and Interactions (02805)
8. ENGL393: Technical Writing

University of Melbourne (Melbourne, Australia)

University of Melbourne Exchange
(link is external)
 or University of Melbourne Direct Enroll
(link is external)
1. ENEE303: Analog and Digital Electronics (ELEN30011)
2. ENEE322: Signal and System Theory (ELEN30012)
3. Category A Elective
4. Category F elective
    1. Algorithms and Data Structures (COMP20003)
5. ENGL393: Technical Writing
6. General Education courses(link is external)
 (not I-series)

University of New South Wales (Sydney, Australia)

University of New South Wales Exchange
(link is external)
 or University of New South Wales Direct Enroll
(link is external)
1. ENEE200: Technology and Consequences: Engineering, Ethics, and Humanity (ELEC4122)
2. ENEE303: Analog and Digital Electronics (ELEC2133)
3. Category A Elective
4. Category C Elective
    1. ENEE460: Control Systems (31300)
5. Category F elective
6. ENGL393: Technical Writing
7. General Education Courses(link is external)
 (not I-series or DSSP)
    1. DSHU: Reading Through Time (ARTS1031); Hollywood Film (ARTS1062); Australian Legends (ARTS1190); Creative Writing (ARTS2020); Poetry and Poetics (ARTS2033); American Literature (ARTS2035); Australian Cinema (ARTS2062); Women and Religion (GENL1022); World Religions (GENL1021)
    2. DSHS: Researching Cultural Experience (ARTS1871); Microeconomics 1 (ECON1101); Macroeconomics 1 (ECON1102); Aboriginal Sydney (ATSI1012)
    3. DVUP: Hollywood Film (ARTS1062); Indigenous Australia (ATSI3002); Terror and Religion (GENL1063); Aboriginal Sydney (ATSI1012)

Norwegian University of Science & Technology (Trondheim, Norway)

Norwegian University of Science & Technology Exchange
(link is external)
1. ENEE303: Analog and Digital Electronics (TFE4151)
2. Category A Elective
3. Category B Elective
    1. Algebra and Number Theory (TMA4141)
4. Category F elective
    1. Software Quality and Process Improvement (TDT4235)
5. ENGL393: Technical Writing

University of Edinburgh (Edinburgh, Scotland)

University of Edinburgh Exchange
(link is external)
 or University of Edinburgh Direct Enroll
(link is external)
1. ENEE303: Analog and Digital Electronics (ELEE09026)
2. ENEE324:  Engineering Probability (MATH08066)
3. ENEE350: Computer Organization (INFR08018)
4. Category A Elective
5. Category F elective
6. ENGL393: Technical Writing
7. General Education Courses(link is external)
 (not I-series or DSSP)

University of Sydney (Sydney, Australia)

University of Sydney Exchange
(link is external)
 or University of Sydney Direct Enroll
(link is external)
1. ENEE322: Signal and System Theory (ELEC2302)
2. Category A Elective
3. Category F elective
4. ENGL393: Technical Writing
5. General Education Courses(link is external)
 (not I-series or DSSP)

 
Popular Spring Programs for Computer Engineering Students


Danish Technical University (Lingby, Denmark)

Danish Technical University Exchange
(link is external)
1. ENEE 350: Computer Organization(02211)
2. Category A Elective
    1. Graph Theory (01227)
3. Category B Elective
    1. Langage Based Security (02244)
4. Category C Elective
    1. ENEE411: Advanced Analog and Digital Electronics (31632)
    2. ENEE475: Power Electronics (31039)
    3. Playware Technology (31375)
    4. VLSI Design (02205)
    5. Waveguide Optics (34041)
    6. Auditory Signal Processing and Perception (31236)
    7. Advanced Autonomous Robotics (31388)
5. Category D Elective
    1. ENEE486: Optoelectronics Lab (34129)
    2. Lab Chip 1: Bio/Chemical Microsystems on Chips (33236)
6. Category F elective
    1. Power System Operation (31742)
7. ENGL393: Technical Writing

Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (Madrid, Spain)

Universidad Carlos III Exchange
(link is external)
 or Clark in Madrid Program
(link is external)
1. ENEE303: Analog and Digital Electronics (13973)
2. Category A Elective
3. Category C Elective
    1. ENEE460: Control Systems (15514)
    2. ENEE381: Electromagnetic Wave Propagation (15384, 13840, or 15944)
    3. Real Time Systems (15762)
4. Category F Elective
5. ENGL393: Technical Writing
6. General Education Course(link is external)
 (not I-series or DSSP)
    1. DSHU: European Cinema (13533); History of Music (13836)
    2. DVUP: European Cinema (13533)

University of New South Wales (Sydney, Australia)

University of New South Wales Exchange
(link is external)
 or University of New South Wales Direct Enroll
(link is external)
1. ENEE200: Technology and Consequences: Engineering, Ethics, and Humanity (ELEC4122)
2. ENEE 222: Elements of Discrete Signal (ELEC3104)
3. ENEE 350: Computer Organization (COMP3211)
4. Category A Elective
5. Category F Elective
    1. Fundamentals of Acoustics and Noise (MECH9325)
6. ENGL 393: Technical Writing
7. General Education Course(link is external)
 (not I-series or DSSP)
    1. DSHU: Forms of Writing; Media, Culture, and Everyday Life; Experiencing Theatre; Introducing Moral, Social, and Political Philosophy; Australian Literature; Modern India; Women and Religion; World Religions
    2. DSHS: Microeconomics 1; Macroeconomics 1
    3. DVUP: Indigenous Australia; Terror and Religion

Yonsei University (Seoul, Korea)

Yonsei University Exchange
(link is external)
1. ENEE 222: Elements of Discrete Signal (EEE2060)
2. ENEE303: Analog and Digital Electronics (EEE3510)
3. ENEE 350: Computer Organization (EEE3530)
4. Category C Elective
    1. EMEE411: Advanced Analog and Digital Electronics (EEE3510)
5. Category F Elective
6. ENGL 393: Technical Writing
7. General Education Course(link is external)
 (not I-series of DSSP)
 

Electrical engineering students typically study abroad either semester of their Junior year or fall semester of their senior year through several of our exchange partners or the Clark in Madrid program.
You can view study abroad courses that have been evaluated previously by visiting our ILP Online Database.
Popular Fall Programs for Electrical Engineering Students


Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (Madrid, Spain)

Universidad Carlos III de Madrid Exchange
(link is external)
 or Clark in Madrid Program
(link is external)
1. ENEE303: Analog and Digital Electronics
2. ENEE322: Signal and System Theory
3. ENEE350: Computer Organization
4. Up to 12 credits of General Technical Electives
5. Category A elective
6. Category B elective
7. ENGL393: Technical Writing

Danish Technical University (Lingby, Denmark)

Danish Technical University Exchange
(link is external)
1. ENEE303: Analog and Digital Electronics
2. ENEE322: Signal and System Theory
3. ENEE350: Computer Organization
4. Up to 12 credits of General Technical Electives
5. Category A elective
6. Category B elective
7. ENGL393: Technical Writing

University of Melbourne (Melbourne, Australia)

University of Melbourne Exchange
(link is external)
 or University of Melbourne Direct Enroll
(link is external)
1. ENEE303: Analog and Digital Electronics
2. ENEE322: Signal and System Theory
3. Up to 12 credits of General Technical Electives
4. Category A elective
5. Category B elective
6. ENGL393: Technical Writing
7. General Education courses (not I-series or DSSP)

University of New South Wales (Sydney, Australia)

University of New South Wales Exchange
(link is external)
 or University of New South Wales Direct Enroll
(link is external)
1. ENEE303: Analog and Digital Electronics
2. Up to 12 credits of General Technical Electives
3. Category A elective
4. Category B elective
5. ENGL393: Technical Writing
6. General Education courses (not I-series or DSSP)

Norwegian University of Science & Technology (Trondheim, Norway)

Norwegian University of Science & Technology Exchange
(link is external)
1. ENEE303: Analog and Digital Electronics
2. Up to 12 credits of General Technical Electives
3. Category A elective
4. Category B elective
5. ENGL393: Technical Writing

University of Edinburgh (Edinburgh, Scotland)

University of Edinburgh Exchange
(link is external)
 or University of Edinburgh Direct Enroll
(link is external)
1. ENEE303: Analog and Digital Electronics
2. ENEE350: Computer Organization
3. Up to 12 credits of General Technical Electives
4. Category A elective
5. Category B elective
6. ENGL393: Technical Writing
7. General Education courses (not I-series or DSSP)

University of Sydney (Sydney, Australia)

University of Sydney Exchange
(link is external)
 or University of Sydney Direct Enroll
(link is external)
1. ENEE322: Signal and System Theory
2. Up to 12 credits of General Technical Electives
3. Category A elective
4. Category B elective
5. ENGL393: Technical Writing
6. General Education courses (not I-series or DSSP)

 
Popular Spring Programs for Electrical Engineering Students


Danish Technical University (Lingby, Denmark)

Danish Technical University Exchange
(link is external)
1. ENEE 350: Computer Organization
2. Up to 12 credits of General Technical Electives
3. Category A elective
4. Category B elective
5. ENGL393: Technical Writing

Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (Madrid, Spain)

Universidad Carlos III Exchange
(link is external)
 or Clark in Madrid Program
(link is external)
1. ENEE 303: Analog and Digital Electronics
2. ENEE 381: Electromagnetic Wave Propagation
3. Category A Elective
4. Category B Elective
5. Up to 12 credits of General Technical Electives
6. ENGL 393: Technical Writing

University of New South Wales (Sydney, Australia)

University of New South Wales Exchange
(link is external)
1. ENEE 222: Elements of Discrete Signal
2. ENEE 350: Computer Organization
3. Category A Elective
4. Category B Elective
5. Up to 12 credits of General Technical Electives
6. ENGL393: Technical Writing

Fire protection engineering students can study abroad either semester of their Junior year or fall semester of their senior year through several of our exchange partners or through direct-enroll options.
You can view study abroad courses that have been evaluated previously by visiting our ILP Online Database.
Popular Fall Programs for Fire Protection Engineering Students


 

University of New South Wales (Sydney, Australia)

University of New South Wales Exchange
(link is external)
 or University of New South Wales Direct Enroll
(link is external)
1. ENME332: Heat and Mass Transfer (MECH3610) (substitution for ENFP312)

2. Up to 2 technical electives

3. ENGL393: Technical Writing

4. General Education Courses(link is external)
 (not I-series or DSSP)


Danish Technical University (Lyngby, Denmark)

Danish Technical University Exchange
(link is external)
1. ENME332: Heat and Mass Transfer (41814) (substitution for ENFP312)

2. ENFP405: Structural Fire Protection

3. ENFP413: Advanced Life Safety Analysis

4. ENFP425: Enclosure Fire Modeling (11124)

5. ENFP429: Independent Research (needs department approval)

6. Up to 2 technical electives
    1. Building Energy and Technical Services (11115)

7. ENGL393: Technical Writing


University of Edinburgh (Edinburgh, UK)

University of Edinburgh Exchange
(link is external)
 or University of Edinburgh Direct Enroll
(link is external)
1. ENFP312: Heat & Mass Transfer (CHEE09013)
2. Up to 2 technical electives
3. ENGL393: Technical Writing
4. General Education Courses(link is external)
 (not I-Series or DSSP)

 
Popular Spring Programs for Fire Protection Engineering Students


Lund University (Lund, Sweden)

Lund University Exchange
(link is external)
1. ENFP415: Fire Dynamics (VBRN05)
2. ENFP426: Computational Methods in Fire Protection Engineering (VBRN16)
3. Up to 2 technical electives
    1. ENFP 413: Advanced Life Safety Analysis (VBRN10)
    2. Risk Assessment (VBRN01)
4. ENGL393: Technical Writing
5. General education courses (not I-Series or DSSP)

University of Edinburgh (Edinburgh, UK)

University of Edinburgh Exchange
(link is external)
 or University of Edinburgh Direct Enroll
(link is external)
1. ENFP320: Fire Assessment Methods (PGEE11137 or CIVE11047)
2. ENFP405: Structural Fire Protection (CIVE11027)
3. ENFP415: Fire Dynamics (CIVE10011)
4. Up to 2 technical electives
    1. Fire Safety Engineering Analysis and Design 5 (CIVE11043)
    2. Fire Safety Engineering 3 (CIVE09023)
5. ENGL393: Technical Writing
6. General Education Courses(link is external)
 (not I-Series or DSSP)

University of Canterbury (Christchurch, New Zealand)

University of Canterbury Exchange
(link is external)
 or University of Canterbury Direct Enroll
1. ENFP405: Structural Fire Protection (ENFE601)
2. Up to 2 technical electives
    1. ENFP413: Advanced Life Safety Analysis (ENFE613)
    2. Intro to Fire Engineering (ENGR403)
3. ENGL393: Technical Writing
4. General Education Courses(link is external)
 (not I-Series or DSSP)

University of Queensland (Brisbane, Australia)

University of Queensland Exchange
(link is external)
 or University of Queensland Direct Enroll
(link is external)
1. ENME332: Heat and Mass Transfer (CHEE3002) (substitution for ENFP312)
2. Up to 2 technical electives
    1. Introduction to Fire Safety Engineering (ENGG3700)
3. ENGL393: Technical Writing
4. General Education Courses(link is external)
 (not I-series or DSSP)
 

Materials Science & Engineering students typically study abroad spring of their sophomore year, fall of their junior year, or spring of their junior year through several of our exchange partners or the Clark in Madrid program.
If you want to study abroad in the spring of your junior year, you must complete ENMA461 (Thermodynamics of Materials) in the spring of your sophomore year.
You can view study abroad courses that have been evaluated previously by visiting our ILP Online Database.
Popular Fall Program for Materials Science & Engineering Students


University College Dublin (Dublin, Ireland)

University College Dublin Exchange
(link is external)
 or University College Dublin Direct Enroll
(link is external)
1. ENMA460
2. 1-2 technical electives (with approval)
3. 1 specialization elective (with approval)
4. ENGL393: Technical Writing
5. General Education courses (not I-series or DSSP)

 
Popular Spring Programs for Materials Science & Engineering Students


Universidad Pontifica Comillas (Madrid, Spain)

Universidad Pontifica Comillas Exchange
(link is external)
 or Clark in Madrid Program
(link is external)
1. PHYS 270/271: Physics 3
2. MATH 246: Differential Equations
3. Upper level science elective
4. Technical elective (with approval)
5. ENGL 393: Technical Writing

Nanyang Technological University (Singapore)

Nanyang Technological University Exchange
(link is external)
1. ENMA 362: Mechanical Properties
2. ENMA 471: Kinetics
3. MATH 246: Differential Equations
4. PHYS 270/271: Physics 3
5. Technical elective (with approval)
6. ENGL 393: Technical Writing
7. General education course (not I-series or DSSP)

University of Manchester (Manchester, UK)

University of Manchester Exchange
(link is external)
 or University of Manchester Direct Enroll
(link is external)
1. ENMA 460: Physics of Materials
2. Specialization Elective (with approval)
    1. ENMA 441: Characterization of Materials
3. Technical Elective (with approval)
4. ENGL 393: Technical Writing
5. General education course (not I-Series or DSSP)

University of Queensland (Brisbane, Australia)

University of Queensland Exchange
(link is external)
 or University of Queensland Direct Enroll
(link is external)
1. ENMA 461: Thermodynamics
2. Technical elective (with approval)
3. Specialization elective (with approval)
4. ENGL393: Technical Writing
5. General education course (not I-Series or DSSP)

Danish Technical University (Lingby, Denmark)

Danish Technical University
(link is external)
1. ENMA 300:  Intro to Materials Engineering
2. ENMA 465: Micro‐processing
3. PHYS 270/271: Physics 3
4. Specialization elective (with approval)
5. Technical elective (with approval)
    1. ENMA 442: Nanomaterials
6. ENGL 393: Technical Writing

Mechanical engineering students typically study abroad either semester of their junior year, or fall semester of their senior year through several of our exchange partners or the Clark in Madrid program. With permission, mechanical students can study abroad in the spring of their sophomore year if students have a compelling reason.  
You can view study abroad courses that have been evaluated previously by visiting our ILP Online Database.
Popular Fall Programs for Mechanical Engineering Students


Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (Madrid, Spain)

Universidad Carlos III Exchange
(link is external)
 or Clark in Madrid Program
(link is external)
1. ENME392: Statistical Methods for Product and Processess Development (15535)
2. ENME382:  Introduction to Materials Engineering (14190)
3. ENME331: Fluid Mechanics (15329)
4. ENME462: Vibrations, Controls, and Optimization II (15514, or 13999)
5. Up to 3 in-major technical electives (if pre-requisites are met)
    1. ENME4XX: Machine Mechanics(link is external)
 (14194)
    2. ENME4XX: Heat Power Plants(link is external)
 (15067)
    3. ENME4XX: Production & Manufacturing Systems(link is external)
 (15501)
    4. ENME4XX: Machine Theory(link is external)
 (14198)
6. Up to 2 out-of-major technical electives
7. ENGL393: Technical Writing

Tohoku University (Sendai, Japan)

Tohoku University Exchange
(link is external)
1. ENES220: Mechanics II
2. ENME361: Vibrations, Controls, and Optimization I
3. ENME382: Introduction to Materials Engineering
4. In-major Technical Electives:
    1. ENME489C: Robotics
    2. ENME4XX: Individual Research Training A
5. Up to 2 out-of-major technical electives
    1. TECH4XX: Basic Solid State Spectroscopy
    2. TECH4XX: Aircraft Design
6. ENGL 393: Technical Writing

University of New South Wales (Sydney, Australia)

University of New South Wales Exchange
(link is external)
 or University of New South Wales Direct Enroll
(link is external)
1. ENME392: Statistical Methods for Product and Processess Development (MATH2859)
2. ENME382: Introduction to Materials Engineering (MATS1101)
3. ENME331: Fluid Mechanics (MMAN2600)
4. In-major technical electives (if pre-requisites are met)
    1. ENME4XX: Mechanical Design 1 (MECH3110)
    2. ENME4XX: Mechanics of Fracture and Fatigue (MECH9400)
    3. ENME4XX: Life Cycle Assessment (SOLA5051)
    4. ENME4XX: Robot Design (MTRN3100)
    5. ENME4XX: Photovoltaic in the Built Environment (SOLA3010)
    6. ENME4XX: Sustainable Energy for Developing Countries (SOLA5056)
    7. ENME4XX: Sustainable Energy (SOLA1070)
    8. ENME4XX: PV Stand-Alone System Design & Installation (SOLA5054)
5. Out-of-major technical electives
    1. TECH4XX: Applied Photovoltaics (SOLA2540)
    2. TECH4XX: Entrepreneurial Engineering (ELEC4445)
    3. TECH4XX: Managing Organisations and People (MGMT1001)
6. ENGL393: Technical Writing
7. General Education courses (not I-series or DSSP)

University of Queensland (Brisbane, Australia)

University of Queensland Exchange
(link is external)
 or University of Queensland Direct Enroll
(link is external)
1. ENME350: Electronics and Instrumentation I (ELEC2004)
2. ENME371: Product Engineering and Manufacturing (MECH3100)
3. ENME392: Statistical Methods for Product and Processess Development (STAT1301)
4. ENME400: Machine Design (MECH2100)
5. In-major technical electives (if pre-requisites are met)
    1. ENME489I: Special Topics in Mechanical Engineering; Computational Fluid Mechanics (MECH4480)
    2. ENME4XX: Energy and the Environment (MECH4460)
    3. ENME4XX: Machine Element Design (MECH2100)
    4. ENME4XX: Fluid Mechanics (MECH3410)
    5. ENME4XX: Materials Selection (MECH4301)
6. Out-of-major technical electives
    1. TECH4XX: Carbon & Energy Management (ENVM2522)
7. ENGL393: Technical Writing
8. General Education courses (not I-series or DSSP)

University of Manchester (Manchester, UK)

University of Manchester Exchange
(link is external)
 or University of Manchester Direct Enroll
(link is external)
1. ENME350: Electronics and Instrumentation I (EEEN10024)
2. In-major technical electives (if pre-requisites are met)
    1. ENME489Z: Special Topics in Mechanical Engineering; Structural Mechanics - Aerospace Applications (MACE61057)
    2. ENME4XX: New Product Development & Innovation (BMAN20821)
    3. ENME4XX: Innocation in Product Markets (BMAN20481)
    4. ENME4XX: Modelling & Simulation 3 (MACE30051)
    5. ENME4XX: Applied Engineering Mathematics (MACE31011)
    6. ENME4XX: Reliability & Maintainability (MACE64062)
    7. ENME4XX: 3D Product Modelling, Reverse Engineering & Rapid Manufacturing (MACE61073)
3. Out-of-major technical electives
    1. TECH4XX: Strategy, Organization, & Competition (BMAN20781)
4. ENGL393: Technical Writing
5. General Education courses (not I-series or DSSP)

Norwegian University of Science and Technology (Trondheim, Norway)

Norwegian University of Science and Technology Exchange
(link is external)
1. ENME350: Electronics & Instrumentation I (TFE4100)
2. ENME382: Introduction to Materials Engineering (TMT4242)
3. ENME392: Statistical Methods for Product and Processess Development  (ST1201)
4. In-major technical electives (if pre-requisites are met)
    1. ENME4XX: Engineering Fluid Mechanics (TEP4135)
    2. ENME4XX: Corrosion (TMM4170)
    3. ENME4XX: Joining Technologies (TMM4165)
5. Out-of-major technical electives
    1. TECH4XX: Machine Design and Mechatronics (TMM4150)
6. ENGL393: Technical Writing

Yonsei University (Seoul, Korea)

Yonsei University Exchange
(link is external)
1. ENME332: Transfer Processes (MEU3650)
2. ENME361: Vibrations, Controls, & Optics II (MEU3670)
3. In-major technical electives
4. Out-of-major technical electives
5. ENGL393: Technical Writing

 
Popular Spring Programs for Mechanical Engineering Students


Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (Madrid, Spain)

Universidad Carlos III Exchange
(link is external)
 or Clark in Madrid Program
(link is external)
1. ENME331: Fluid Mechanics (14196, or 15544)
2. ENME350: Electronics & Instrumentation I (14189)
3. ENME382: Introduction to Materials Engineering (15541)
4. ENME392: Statistical Methods for Production & Process Development (14200, or 15073)
5. ENME462: Vibrations, Controls, and Optimization II (15514)
6. In-major technical electives
    1. ENME489G: Special Topics in Mechanical Engineering; Manufacturing Processes and Design (14067)
    2. ENME489N: Special Topics in Mechanical Engineering; Residential and Industrial Energy Audits (16846)
    3. ENME4XX: Materials Technology (14765, or 15515)
    4. ENME4XX: Wind Energy (15070)
    5. ENME4XX: Solar Energy (15072)
    6. ENME4XX: Production and Manufacturing Systems (15092, 14755, or 14763)
    7. ENME4XX: Industrial Automation (15505)
    8. ENME4XX: Industrial Robotics (14048)
    9. ENME4XX: Environmental Technology (15502, or 15095)
7. Out-of-major technical electives
    1. TECH4XX: Introduction to Engineering Management (14024, 14197, or 15077)
    2. TECH4XX: Image Prcessing and Reconstruction (15551)
    3. TECH4XX: Introduction to Business Management (15497)
    4. TECH4XX: Microprocessor Based Digital Systems (15380)
    5. TECH4XX: Aerial Navigation, Air Transport, and Airports (15347)
    6. TECH4XX: Environmental Technology (14759)
8. ENGL393: Technical Writing

Lund University (Lund, Sweden)

Lund University Exchange
(link is external)
1. ENME331: Fluid Mechanics (MMV211)
2. ENME332: Transfer Processes (MMV031)
3. Up to 3 in-major technical electives
    1. ENME410: Structural Optimization (FHLN01)
    2. ENME481: Lab-on-a-Chip Microsystems (EEMN25)
    3. ENME4XX: Real-Time Systems (FRTN01)
    4. ENME4XX: Nano Mechanics and Multiscal Modelling (FMEN25)
    5. ENME4XX: Mechatronics, Industrial Product Design (EIEN01)
    6. ENME4XX: Production and Materials (MMTF05)
4. Up to 2 out-of-major technical electives
5. ENGL393: Technical Writing
6. General education courses (not I-Series or DSSP)

Universidad Politechnica de Valencia (Valencia, Spain)

Universidad Politecnica de Valencia Exchange
(link is external)
1. ENME331: Fluid Mechanics (11414)
2. ENME332: Transfer Processes (11413)
3. ENME382: Introduction to Materials Engineering (11881)
4. ENME392: Statistical Methods for Production & Process Development (11873, or 12133)
5. ENME462: Vibrations, Controls, & Optics II (12142)
6. In-major technical electives
    1. ENME4XX: Thermal Machines (11420)
    2. ENME4XX: Industrial Automation (12152)
    3. ENME4XX: Contro Systems Technology/Automatic Technology (11430)
    4. ENME4XX: Oberation Research - EF (11433)
    5. ENME4XX: Solar Energy (31860)
    6. ENME4XX: Life Cycle Assessment (13755)
7. Out-of-major technical electives
    1. TECH4XX: Mathematical Methods (11434)
    2. TECH4XX: Data Structures and Algorithms (11551)
    3. TECH4XX: Theory of Circuits (11409)
    4. TECH4XX: Urban Management (10028)
    5. TECH4XX: Building Structure 1 (10020)
    6. TECH4XX: Spanish Economy (11758)
    7. TECH4XX: Environmental Technology (12148)
    8. TECH4XX: Computer Science (11876)
    9. TECH4XX: Participatory Decision Making and Conflict Resolution (13444)
    10. TECH4XX: Practical Cases in Strategic Management and Entrepreneurship (13445)
    11. TECH4XX: Competitiveness and Innocation in Business (11496)
    12. TECH4XX: Industrial Information Technology (11432)
    13. TECH4XX: Electronic Engineering (11886)
    14. TECH4XX: Innovation & Design (32529)
8. ENGL393: Technical Writing

Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (Melbourne, Australia)

Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology Exchange
(link is external)
 or Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology Direct Enroll
1. ENME332: Transfer Processes (MIET1081)
2. ENME371: Production Engineering & Manufacturing (MIET2004)
3. ENME382:Introduction to Materials Engineering (PROC2097)
4. ENME392: Statistical Methods for Production and Process Development (MATH2200)
5. In-major technical electives
    1. ENME4XX: Engineering Computer Graphics (MIET1088)
    2. ENME4XX: Mechanics of Machines (MIET2134)
    3. ENME4XX: Engineering and Enterprise (MIET2116)
    4. ENME4XX: Vehicle Power Systems (AUTO1006)
    5. ENME4XX: Remote Area Power Supply (MIET2009)
6. Up to 2 out-of-major technical electives
7. ENGL393: Technical Writing
8. General education courses (not I-Series or DSSP)

University of New South Wales (Sydney, Australia)

University of New South Wales Exchange
(link is external)
 or University of New South Wales Direct Enroll
(link is external)
1. ENES 232: Thermodynamics
2. ENME 361: Vibrations, Controls, & Optimization I
3. ENME 382: Engineering Materials & Manufacturing Processes
4. ENME 392: Stat Methods for Prod & Proc Dev
5. ENME 462: Vibrations, Controls, & Opt II
6. Up to 3 in-major technical electives
7. Up to 2 out-of-major technical electives
8. ENGL393: Technical Writing
9. General education course (not I-series or DSSP)

Danish Technical University (Lyngby, Denmark)

Danish Technical University Exchange
(link is external)
1. ENME 382: Engineering Materials & Manufacturing Processes
2. ENME 361: Vibrations, Controls, & Optimization I
3. ENME 392: Statistical Methods for Production & Process Development
4. Up to 3 in-major technical electives
5. Up to 2 out-of-major technical electives
6. ENGL393: Technical Writing

Politecnico de Milano (Milan, Italy)

Politecnico de Milano Exchange
(link is external)
1. ENME 392: Statistical Methods for Production & Process Development
2. Up to 3 in-major technical electives
3. Up to 2 out-of-major technical electives
4. ENGL393: Technical Writing

Norwegian University of Science and Technology (Trondheim, Norway)

Norwegian University of Science and Technology Exchange
(link is external)
1. ENME 332: Transfer Processes
2. Up to 3 in-major technical electives
3. Up to 2 out-of-major technical electives
4. ENGL393: Technical Writing

Munich University of Applied Sciences (Munich, Germany)

Munich University of Applied Sciences Exchange
(link is external)
1. ENME331: Fluid Mechanics
2. ENME462: Vibrations, Controls, and Optimization II
3. Up to 3 in-major technical electives
    1. ENME454: Vehicle Dynamics
    2. ENME466: Lean Six Sigma
    3. ENME489X: Special Topics in Mechanical Engineering
4. Up to 2 out-of-major technical electives
5. ENGL393: Technical Writing

Nanyang Technological University (Singapore)

Nanyang Technological University Exchange
(link is external)
1. ENME400: Machine Design (MA3001)
2. ENME332: Transfer Processes (MA3003)
3. ENME371: Product Engineering and Manufacturing (MA4843)
4. ENME382: Introduction to Materials Engineering (MS3011 or MA1002)
5. Up to 3 in-major technical electives
    1. ENME4XX: Machine Learning (CZ4041)
    2. ENME4XX: Quality Assurance + Management (MP4001)
    3. ENME4XX: Product Design Engineering (MA4846)
    4. ENME4XX: Measurements and Sensing Systems (MA4822)
6. Up to 2 out-of-major technical electives
7. ENGL393: Technical Writing

Yonsei University (Seoul, Korea)

Yonsei University Exchange
(link is external)
1. ENES221: Dynamics (MEU2650)
2. ENES232: Thermodynamics (MEU2610)
3. ENES220: Mechanics II (MEU2600)
4. ENME272: Intro to CAD (MEU2620)
5. ENME331: Fluid Mechanics (MEU2640)
6. ENME462: Vibrations, Controls, & Optics II (MEU3680)
7. In-major technical electives
    1. ENME489G: Special Topics in Mechanical Engineering; Manufacturing Processes and Design (MEU3620)
8. Up to 2 out-of-major technical electives
9. ENGL393: Technical Writing

Hong Kong Polytechnic University

Hong Kong Polytechnic University Exchange
(link is external)
1. ENME332: Transfer Processes (ME44004)
2. In-major Technical Electives
    1. ENME489E: Special Topics in Mechanical Engineering; Design for Sustainability (ME42004)
    2. ENME4XX: Product Modeling and Prototyping (ME42006)
    3. ENME4XX: Principles of Sound and Vibration (ME41003)
    4. ENME4XX: Product Testing Technology (ME43003)
3. Up to 2 out-of-major technical electives
4. ENGL393: Technical Writing

Returning Home

When you arrive back in the USA, it is important you consider the following:
 
1. University of Maryland needs to receive your transcript from your abroad institution.  All transcripts for engineering students should be sent to the following:


Office of International & Leadership Programs

1131 Glenn L. Martin Hall

4298 Campus Drive

College Park, MD 20742
 USA


2. Review Uachieve to ensure credits for your courses abroad have posted properly.  It typically takes one month from when we receive your transcript for credits to post to Uachieve.
 
3. Consider many of the wonderful volunteer opportunities in the Office of International & Leadership Programs to join us in our efforts to increase the number of engineering students studying abroad!

Join PANGEA

Join PANGEA- a network of past engineering study abroad students committed to promoting study abroad to their peers and supporting exchange students studying at Maryland! Serve as a panelist at an engineering study abroad info session!  Write a profile entry for the Office of International & Leadership Programs website! Email us with your interests in these opportunities.

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