Programs : Brochure
- Locations: Beijing, China
- Program Terms: Summer
- Restrictions: UTSA applicants only
Modern Alternative Energy in Beijing, China
Summer: July 6 to August 4, 2018
Three credit hours
Dr. Randall Manteufel, Mechanical Engineering - see bio here
Dr. Bing Dong, Mechanical Engineering - see bio here
On this 4-week program you will learn about modern energy production and use. China is a rapidly growing industrial country with numerous activities in traditional and alternative energy resources and is struggling with environmental issues associated with energy production and use.
You will study at Beihang University, which is ranked in the top 20 universities in China and their School of Biological Science and Medical Engineering is ranked in the top 6 schools in the country. The school offers a variety of educational and research programs in the field of mechanical engineering and emphasizes on translational research in the numerous engineering fields. This will provide an enriching environments for you to gain first-hand experience in solving engineering problems in the modern production and use of energy in a developed country. You will further have an opportunity to experience China's culture and establish relationships with students and people in China, which will help you in your future career in an increasingly global economy and environment.
- Beihang University Scholarship covers: program fees, room and board, excursions
- UTSA Tuition and Fees for 3 credits: ~$1,270
- UTSA Study Abroad Fee: $150
- Passport and visa
- Personal spending
Application Deadline: Tentative February 15
All program applicants must click the Apply Now button (found near the top of the page) and complete the application requirements by the deadline. By clicking Apply Now, the application system will display the requirements for your program.
If you have questions regarding the program, please contact Randall Manteufel at Randall.Manteufel@utsa.edu.
Page quick link: http://studyabroad.utsa.edu/?go=AltEnergyChina