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Engineering Majors Study Abroad

Suggested Options

For details on the below programs as well as more options, see UCEAP, Other UC Programs, and Independent Programs

Contact a Student Mentor

Receive personalized assistance from an Engineering Student Mentor:

Enoch Chau
Walk-in hours at the School of Engineering
Mondays 11am-12pm
Tuesdays 9:30am-11am; 1pm-2pm; 3pm-4pm
Thursdays 9:30-12pm
Fridays 1pm-4pm

Go Abroad During the Summer

Engineering Classes Available: Engineering Lab or Internship Available
  • UCEAP Germany (Munich Univ of Applied Sciences)
  • UCEAP Hong Kong (HKUST)
  • UC Summer Abroad (Davis) Japan or Korea
  • UC Summer Abroad (Riverside) Mexico or Switzerland
  • Independent Programs (CCRC) China
  • UCEAP Japan (Osaka Univ)
  • UCEAP Hong Kong (CUHK)
  • UCEAP Singapore (ASTAR)
  • UCEAP Taiwan (NTU)
  • Independent Programs (Panrimo) England, Scotland, Spain
  • Independent Programs (ISA) Various Countries

Go Abroad During the School Year

Engineering Classes Available: Engineering Lab or Internship Available
  • UCEAP Australia
  • UCEAP China (Michigan/Shanghai Joint Institute; Tsinghua Univ)
  • UCEAP Hong Kong
  • UCEAP Ireland
  • UCEAP Korea
  • UCEAP New Zealand
  • UCEAP Singapore (NUS)
  • UCEAP South Africa
  • Independent Programs (CIEE & IES) Spain
  • UCEAP Sweden
  • UCEAP Taiwan
  • UCEAP United Kingdom
  • UCEAP China (Michigan/Shanghai Joint Institute)
  • UCEAP Japan (Osaka Univ)
  • UCEAP Japan (Tohoku Univ)

UCI School of Engineering Travel Scholarship 

Apply for the UCI School of Engineering Travel Scholarship. Several are offered each year!

Past Recipient:

Michelle Freret
Major: Mechanical Engineering
United Kingdom
Year 2012-2013

“Studying abroad in the UK was a life-changing experience. For the first time living on my own, it was much more than I could ask for. I’ll never forget the people I met, the places I got to see, and the crazy experiences I had. From walking around in the freezing weather of Stockholm, to wandering around the small medieval village of Castle Combe, to walking up hilly Bristol to admire its multi-colored buildings, I wouldn’t hesitate to I’d do it all again! I’d definitely encourage all students to go abroad, regardless of major.”