Reciprocal agreements between ASU and an international institution provide for an equal exchange of students (i.e., we can only send as many as we receive). In an Exchange Program, ASU students pay ASU tuition, are assigned ASU course equivalencies for the work they do abroad, and the grades earned are factored into their ASU GPAs.
Participants will be responsible for paying for flights, housing, books, food, travel, etc. in addition to their regular ASU tuition. Students will most likely be in regular university classes with students from the host country, and not in special classes designed for foreigners. Proficiency in the host language may be required, though there are many universities around the world in which the language of instruction is English. Programs are available for all majors, though some may be restricted to a specific department or school. Students should refer to specific program information for details.
Fulton Engineering Exchange Programs
|Bilkent University||Ankara, Turkey||Computer Systems Engineering, Industrial Engineering|
|European Business School||Oestrich-Winkel, Germany||Aviation Management|
|Hong Kong University of Science and Technology||Hong Kong, China||Chemical Engineering, Civil & Environmental Engineering, Computer Systems Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Mechanical Engineering|
|Summer Engineering Research Internship for U.S. Students (SERIUS) at National University of Singapore||Singapore||Biomedical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Civil & Environmental Engineering, Computer Science & Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Materials Science & Engineering, Mechanical Engineering|
|University of Applied Sciences-Worms||Worms, Germany||Aviation Management|
|University of New South Wales||Sydney, Australia||Undergraduate Electrical Engineering & Materials Science and Engineering, graduate Electrical Engineering|
Students can search for other available programs on the Study Abroad website.