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Engineering Programs

The St. Thomas School of Engineering has identified study abroad programs in Germany, Korea and Australia that meet the Engineering degree requirements at St. Thomas.

Arcadia: Australian University Partnerships

Through our partnership with Arcadia University, St. Thomas students can study abroad several top universities in Australia! 

CIEE: Seoul

Through our partnership with CIEE: Seoul, Electrical Engineering students can spend a semester at Yonsei University in Seoul, South Korea. Yonsei is one of the top private universities in South Korea and will allow you to take Engineering courses while also fulfilling core curriculum requirements.

TU Darmstadt

Designed specifically for the German and Engineering dual degree program, this full year program in Germany allows students to take one semester of coursework at TU Darmstadt and one semester of a paid internship with an engineering company in German-speaking Europe or additional coursework and a research opportunity at TU Darmstadt.

Please see the International Engineering Program (IEP) website and also contact the International Engineering Program Directors Dr. Camille George and Dr. Susanne Wagner for more information.

Other programs are available. Please meet with a study abroad advisor for more details.

Even if you have some ideas about where, when and what you would like to study abroad, we strongly encourage you to meet with a Peer Advisor in the Study Abroad Office or at a pop-up location around campus for an overview of study abroad options and some initial considerations for how to choose your program. Peer advisors, who have all studied abroad for at least one semester, are a great resource for questions about what it’s like to study abroad. Peer Advisors take walk-in appointments, and when you are ready you can attend a scheduled First Step Session or watch one online. Attending a First Step Session is required before meeting with a Study Abroad Advisor to open an application. 

If you are interested in applying for a program through one of our approved program organizations for a semester, summer or academic year, start by thinking about some advising questions. The questionnaire for creating your Advising Profile asks about your interests, as well as topics you wish to discuss, to help make the most of your meeting with an advisor.

During your advising appointment, a Study Abroad Advisor will review any questions you have, talk about program selection, getting courses approved, and the application process. Meeting with an advisor is required in order to apply to a semester, year-long or summer program through one of our other approved programs. 

We are currently offering Zoom advising appointments for students interested in semester, summer, or academic year programs. Schedule an appointment by visiting the Student Resources section of our OneSt.Thomas site.

Application Deadlines

*St Thomas semester programs have earlier priority and final deadlines.

Fall and academic year: March 15

Spring: October 1