“International experiences are a vital part of a student's education. Study Abroad doesn't just provide an opportunity to take classes at a foreign location, but immerses students in culturally broadening experiences that have tremendous value. There is no better time to gain these experiences than while a Clemson student. Our international programs offer excellent value and intriguing locations, while enabling students to advance in their major and preparing them to flourish in the global economy.” — Randy Collins, Associate Dean for Undergraduate and International Studies
Any foreign educational or professional experience, no matter the length, is beneficial for you and your résumé. You’ll have great credentials as a Clemson graduate, but adding an international experience will enhance future career opportunities. Options available include: Short-Term Programs, Semester-Long Programs, and Internships/Co-operative Education. Additionally, you can the International Minor as part of your degree program!
Engineering and Science students may earn a minor in International Engineering and Science. An international experience of three months and completion of a foreign language through sophomore level are required for eligibility. The minor must include at least nine credits of appropriate courses at the junior/senior level.
Please Note: In addition to the programs listed on this site, additional opportunities are available to engineering and science students through Clemson's Study Abroad Office We encourage you to coordinate international exploration done through this office with the College of Engineering and Science study abroad advisor (Ms. Alrinthea Carter).
Ms. Alrinthea Carter, International Programs Coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org
111 Lever Hall
Dr. Randy Collins, Associate Dean for Undergraduate & International Studies, email@example.com
107 Riggs Hall
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