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Friedrichshafen, Germany

Watch for this program to return in 2016.

  

 Comprehensive fee  includes:

  • airfare
  • tuition for 2 semester hours of BU credit
  • accommodations with a host family
  • transportation passes
  • excursions to Munich and local industry
  • other activities.

Cost will be approximately $2800

Check with Dr. Martin Morris, Department of Mechanical Engineering, 309-677-2717.

This three-week class will be offered during May/June in Friedrichshafen, Germany, located in southern Germany on the shores of the Bodensee (Lake Constance). Students can easily travel to Switzerland and Austria via a 30-minute ferry ride. It is a four-hour drive to France. Students will enjoy a day in Munich and visits to local industry. Students will live with host families and intermingle with local students. Interested students should contact Dr. Morris and the International Programs Office.

Class offered:

  • ME302 Thermodynamics II
    Thermodynamics II is a required course for mechanical engineers.  If you are taking Thermodynamics I in either fall or spring semester this year, you might consider this course.

Interested students should contact Dr. Martin Morris, mjmorris@bradley.edu, phone 309-677-2717, or the International Programs Office, 325 GCC,  phone 309-677-2562.