As it becomes more and more popular, opportunities for travel are popping up just about everywhere. In 2007, CES reached a milestone with our study abroad programs, encouraging 88 students to pack their bags and pursue international studies. Students in all majors may study abroad, whether it’s through exchange, faculty-led programs or independent study.
To add to the choices, Clemson has a campus in Brussels, Belgium.The Thomas Green Clemson University Brussels Center (CUBC) is a partnership among Clemson, ICHEC (Institut Catholique des Hautes Études Commerciales) Management School and UCL (Université Catholique de Louvain).
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 the opportunity to study in any of 17 countries.
Several members of the CES faculty lead summer study abroad programs. Allowing students to enroll in classes at Clemson, these programs add the advantage of visiting sites pertinent to their
Third-Party Providers/Independent Study
Clemson screens and recommends programs for individual students. If there’s a place you want to go, you’ll probably find a study program there.
Summer Study Abroad Programs
Students who can’t spend a full semester away can still gain valuable international experience with summer programs.