Study Abroad or NSE in MS+E

Anything is possible

It's true that the degree plan for materials science and engineering is intense, but it is possible to fit in a study abroad or National Student Exchange semester with some careful planning. If you know this is something you would like to pursue, please contact the department so you can get that process started. The sooner you start planning, the better!

Blugolds abroad

Leading the way in study abroad

When it comes to sending students to study abroad, UW-Eau Claire continues to be a national leader among master’s-level colleges and universities, according to the 2015 Open Doors Report of the Institute for International Education.

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Madisyn Hammick

Study abroad

Study abroad is a great way to learn, and at UW-Eau Claire we provide the resources to make it happen. Imagine how much your world will grow when you attend classes while living in another country. Explore the possibility and expand your future.

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Best of both worlds

If international travel is not your interest, you don’t have to cross the ocean to have enriching cultural and academic opportunities. UW-Eau Claire is among 200 universities that participate in the National Student Exchange Program (NSE). This unique exchange program allows Blugolds to study for a semester at another university while still paying UWEC tuition. Locations are available in 49 states, pretty much a guarantee that there will be a match for your interests and academic needs.

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Gardening—Galapagos Style, International Fellows Program: Galapagos Islands, Summer 2016

#BlugoldsAbroad: A visual journey

Through its annual Study Abroad Photo Contest, the Center for International Education is showcasing the many amazing experiences Blugolds are having as they navigate new cultures, explore new worlds and make new friends.

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Learning science across the pond

Physics major Claire Arneson gives a first-hand account of how her study abroad experience has impacted her academically and personally. The verdict? Worth every minute and penny, so read her story.

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