- ABET Accreditation
- CES Academic Advising
- Engineering Honor Code
- Humanities and Social Sciences for Engineering Policy
- FE Exam
- Honors & Awards
- International Programs
Here are a few of the ways Clemson students find themselves exploring the world through their studies.
Clemson is a member of Global E3, a consortium of top engineering schools offering opportunities to study in any of 18 countries. Many of these programs offer instruction in English!
Several members of the CES faculty lead study abroad programs (often in the summer), as well as classes that have a study-abroad component. These programs allow students to enroll in classes at Clemson (thus avoiding any transfer issues). Additionally, these courses provide organized travel, lodging, administration and excursions, making for a hassle-free study-abroad experience.
Clemson screens and recommends providers of programs for students. If there’s a place you want to go and Clemson does not have have an established program there, you’ll probably find a study program of interest to you here.