Study Abroad-Mechanical Engineering - Carnegie Mellon University

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With careful planning, any Mechanical Engineering student in good standing may study abroad. Because many engineers work on international projects or for multi-national companies, the Department of Mechanical Engineering has developed the study abroad fellowship program (a monetary award to approved applicants) to reward talented students who have planned a study abroad experience that meshes well with their degree and career goals. 

A variety of exchange options are available to students at Carnegie Mellon University. Most of these programs focus on the student's junior year, however other exciting alternatives exist for study abroad in the spring of sophomore year or fall of senior year. Opportunities for an academic experience abroad may be found in schools in Europe, the Middle East, Australia, New Zealand, Asia, Africa, and Latin America. The department has a study abroad guide available with suggestions for schools with probable course transfers to streamline the study abroad process. Students are encouraged to inquire about an acedemic term at any university of interest. Questions about transfer credit should be addressed to the department academic advisors. Additional information is available on the Carnegie Mellon study abroad website.

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