The Grenoble Engineering Program is a one-semester program, ideally suited for second-semester sophomores in engineering. The program carries no prior language requirement; engineering courses are taught in English by French faculty members. The rewards are many: Exposure to another culture in preparation for technical careers in the global economy. Study of engineering and science in an advanced international environment. Observation of French research institutions, industries, and technical museums through guided field trips.
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The combination of academic work, field trips, and personal travel opportunities gives students a rich introduction to New Zealand life and culture.
The Boston University Shanghai Internship Program offers a semester of study and internship experience, in the vibrant and booming metropolis of Shanghai. Chinese language courses are offered at all levels and no prior coursework in Chinese is required. Students with no previous background in Chinese enroll in the eight-credit “Beginning Intensive Chinese” course. This program gives students the opportunity to experience the professional culture of China and apply their coursework in language and culture on a day-to-day basis. Internship placements vary according to students’ interests, backgrounds, previous work experience, and language ability. The program provides opportunities in a wide range of disciplines, so students from all majors are encouraged to apply.