Students

Summer & Early Fall Programs

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Summer and early fall programs let students stay on track with engineering course plans during the academic year. But they do typically require a program fee to cover tuition. Summer financial aid may be available to offset costs.

Note: If you plan to graduate in spring and would still like to participate in a summer or early fall program, there are additional steps you need to take. Contact Mike Engh for more information.

UW Faculty-Led Programs

UW faculty teach engineering courses as part of study abroad programs each year during summer and early fall terms. These programs are typically 3 to 4 weeks long, and UW students can earn up to 6 credits for their work during these course. Faculty-led programs use the program location to help students learn intensively about the course topic.

Country Summer/Early Fall Programs Best for students in these engineering programs
China Chemical Engineering China: Lab at Zhejiang University ChemE
Italy Engineering Rome (next offered in 2019) All
Japan Engineering Japan: Exploring in the Heart of High-Tech Pre-Engineering
Jordan Engineering Jordan: Water in an Arid Land BioE, ChemE, CEE, EE, ISE, MSE, ME, Pre-Engineering
US Engineering Pacific Northwest: Sustainable Water in a Wet Region (next offered in 2019) BioE, ChemE, CEE, EE, ISE, MSE, ME, Pre-Engineering

Find the full list of faculty-led programs available at UW Study Abroad. Program options change each year; the next year's program options become will be available in December.

UW Partner Programs

Partner programs are approved by UW but administered by partner universities abroad. Programs range from 4 to 12 weeks, and regular UW credit is awarded for course and research work. Most affiliated programs in engineering are taught in English so proficiency in the local language is usually not required.