Welcome to MAE Study Abroad! Here, you will find study abroad opportunities across the globe. All of the courses listed on this page will count as MAE technical electives. We strongly support and encourage our students to study abroad. Please see below for a list of our programs led by MAE faculty and staff.
UF in Germany: Kinesiology & Engineering
This program is designed to introduce students to foundational concepts and career pathways in the areas of kinesiology and engineering, via site visits and lectures. Students will also learn about German culture in the context of kinesiology and engineering. The program’s curriculum involves both industry and cultural site visits and engages students in reflecting about how German society impacts kinesiology and engineering. Space is limited to 12 engineering students and 12 applied physiology and kinesiology students.
Course: EGN4932 – Global Engineering (1 credit)
Dates: March 5 – 13, 2022
Contact: Mr. Michael Fitzgerald at email@example.com
UF in Iceland: Renewable Energy & Sustainability
This is an eight-day program that allows undergraduate students to understand and appreciate first-hand the role that thermodynamics plays in enabling Iceland’s renewable energy infrastructure and the technologies and natural wonders that drive everything, from the volcanic heat to the electricity in your home and the Hydrogen powering fuel cell vehicles.
Courses: EML4905 – Thermodynamics & Renewable Energy in Iceland (1 credit)
Dates: May 1 – 8, 2022
Contact: Dr. Jonathan Scheffe at firstname.lastname@example.org
UF in Singapore: Engineering Internship
This program offers engineering students the unique opportunity to learn about Singaporean culture while completing a professional internship at a company in the island city-state of Singapore. No Malay/Tamil/Mandarin language skills are required, as all placements have English-speaking supervisors.
Courses: EGN4932 – Singaporean Culture (3 credits) and EGN4949 – Engineering Internship (3 credits)
Dates: June 16 – August 13, 2022
Contact: Mr. Michael Fitzgerald at email@example.com or Ms. Ping Neo at firstname.lastname@example.org
For all other Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering programs, please visit Here. Note that these programs are not led by MAE faculty and you will need to confirm with Ms. Pingchien Neo, Director of International Engineering Programs, that credit from these programs will count toward your Aerospace or Mechanical Engineering degree.