Cultivate cross-cultural skills that will prepare you to work for multi-national companies.
- Complete a course in Engineering Economy while immersing yourself in Spanish culture.
- Experience Spanish university life while studying for 4 weeks at Universidad Pública de Navarra (UPNA) in Pamplona, Spain.
- Further develop your Spanish language skills by interacting with locals and exploring the historic region of Northeastern Spain.
- Develop insight into how engineering problems are approached outside of the U.S.
- Visit Spanish manufacturing plants and participate in excursions to historical and cultural landmarks.
Term: Summer 2022
Travel Dates: May 12-June 11, 2022
Location: Pamplona, Spain
- Credits: 9 (3 RIT credits, 6 transfer credits)
- ISEE 345 - Engineering Economy (3 RIT credits)
- Sustainable Energy (3 transfer credits)
- Spanish Culture (3 transfer credits)
Pre-requisite: 4 years of High School Spanish, or college Spanish I, or equivalent.
Open to all undergraduate KGCOE and CET majors.
Application deadline: February 20, 2022
Program cost: Student budget worksheet - outlines all program costs. Take a copy of the budget worksheet to a meeting with your financial aid advisor PRIOR to the application deadline to determine how your aid may apply towards program costs.
*Students applying for this program may opt-in for scholarship consideration from the RIT Education Abroad Office. In the "Financial Aid & Scholarships" section of your application, make sure you click "Yes" to be considered for the scholarship funding. Scholarships awarded based on financial need.
- RIT Education Abroad Travel Grants ($500-$1,000)
- KGCOE-L3 Harris Passport Program (up to $2000) - open to RIT female KGCOE majors with 3.0 GPA or higher
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