NJIT has entered into exchange agreements with institutions in France, Germany, Italy, and Sweden. Students are able to study abroad for up to two semesters and receive academic credit toward their degree at NJIT. Proficiency in the language of the host country may be needed depending on the courses selected and he host country's requirement.
Global Engineering Education Exchange
This educational exchange program, consisting of a consortium of engineering universities throughout the world, offers students the opportunity to receive credit for courses taken at foreign institutions, as well as internships, for a summer, semester or academic year. Students opting to study in France, Germany, Switzerland, Mexico, or Spain through this program must attend an intensive language program or demonstrate proficiency in French, German, or Spanish immediately prior to their studies abroad. Further information is available through the Institute of International Education at
This program is offered through the NJIT School of Architecture with the University of Siena. It is open to architecture and Honors College students. The five-to-six week program usually runs from mid-July to August. Information on this year's program is available through the Office of International Students and Faculty or the School of Architecture.
Course Offerings Two elective courses are offered: History and Theory of InfraStructures, and Graphics Course Centered On Production of an Analytical Sketch Book . Three studios also are offered to undergraduate and graduate students with advanced standings: studios 5, 6 and 7.
The study abroad program in Copenhagen is the newest addition to our international study offerings. In the Spring of 2007, NJSOA students initiated a new study abroad program with the University of Copenhagen in Denmark. Fourteen honors students coordinated their efforts with NJIT's Office of International Studies and Faculty Study Abroad and the Albert Dorman Honors College to establish the semester-long program. The students spent the spring semester at the University of Copenhagen where they expanded their academic and cultural experiences. The Dorman Honors College provided additional support to the honors architecture students who participated.