The rewards of studying engineering in Madrid are many: exposure to another culture in preparation for technical careers in the global economy, access to elite research facilities in an advanced international environment, and observation of Spanish research institutions, industries, and technical museums through guided field trips. Ideally suited for second-semester sophomores in engineering, the program comprises courses taught in English by Spanish faculty at the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid and the Instituto Internacional en España. No prior language study is required.
Schildknaaps Straat 11, 1000 Brussel, Belgium
The Brussels Internship Program offers students the opportunity to spend eight weeks living, studying, and interning in the heart of Europe. Students are introduced to the city’s important place in European and world politics through coursework that focuses on the current challenges facing the EU. Field trips to political, governmental, and non-governmental organizations complement the coursework.
5 Elliott Street, Auckland, Auckland 1010, New Zealand
The Auckland Management Internship Program offers management experience in New Zealand combined with courses at the University of Auckland.