Reasons to learn abroad
- Practice communicating across cultures
- Gain an international perspective in your field
- Prepare to work in the global economy
- Use your technical skills to help others
Ways to learn abroad
First-year learn abroad
First-year CSE students will join other Big Ten schools for a summer session at University College Dublin. Participating students will fulfill Physics II (PHYS 1302) and liberal education requirements (Historical Perspectives and Global Perspectives). Learn more about the program on the University College Dublin summer session webpage.
Additionally, University faculty offer Freshmen Seminars Abroad each year. You may find one in a country that interests you, or fulfills a liberal education requirement you need.
CSE Global Seminars
Travel on a faculty-led, three-week global seminar during winter break or May Session. Explore technical topics and global communities while earning three technical credits. Learn more about CSE Global Seminars.
Study at a foreign university through semester or summer exchange programs and take technical coursework, fulfill liberal education requirements or earn language credits. Learn more about exchange programs.
International service and research
Put your technical skills to work through international internships and research, or help others by volunteering for international service organizations. Learn more about international service and research.