Semester & Yearlong Programs


  • This will be an experience like no other
  • Just pay Embry-Riddle (ERAU) tuition; includes all financial aid
  • Learn in English, or fully immerse in the language
  • Take courses that apply toward your degree
  • All approved courses transfer as pass/fail
  • Visit us to find programs that meet your goals
  • Live another culture and make lifelong friendships

Getting Started

  1. Research possible programs that interest you, and then come talk to us. We are happy to meet students.
  2. Some basic requirements:
    1. Must have at least sophomore standing (exceptions may be made in unique circumstances)
    2. Have at least a 2.5 cumulative grade-point average (CGPA)
  3. Meet with appropriate Professors to obtain signatures for course equivalency/course substitution, to receive ERAU credit for courses taken abroad.
  4. Fill out the Outgoing Exchange Program Application. Following all instructions and include:
    • Two recommendation letters
    • Passport copy
    • One-page double-spaced essay on why you want to go study abroad
    • Transcripts
  5. Pay the application fee and deposit now.
  6. Check out the Outgoing Exchange Student Guidebook
  7. Go enjoy what is sure to be an unforgettable life experience.


The Study Abroad Office has worked hard to create unique opportunities for engineering students who want to study or research abroad through an incredible partnership with foreign universities called GE3 (Global Engineering Education Exchange).

This program offers a world of opportunities for engineering students to continue their studies, while living in another country. Many of the partner universities offer their courses in English, or in their native language if the student prefers.

These member institutions are also spread across the entire globe so be sure to check the GE3 homepage to find a complete list of places to explore! Check out the Member Institutions


  • March 1 (Fall/Academic Year Programs)
  • Oct. 1 (Spring Semester)

Take advantage of the German government's scholarship opportunities for STEM majors. If accepted, you receive a significant stipend that takes care of living expenses while in Germany.

Programs include a study/intern yearlong program or a semester-long internship. For more on those programs:

Simply apply directly to our office.





Czech Republic









New Zealand



South Korea


United Arab Emirates

United Kingdom

Contact Us

Global Engagement/Study Abroad
Walk-In Hours: Monday-Friday          8 a.m.- 4 p.m.

Apply and Pay Now

Fill out an application for one of the programs.

Pay application fee and deposit now.