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France: Engineering Study Abroad in Troyes (Summer)
Troyes, France (Exchange Program) (Outgoing Program)
|Dates / Deadlines:|
|Term||Year||App Deadline||Decision Date||Start Date||End Date|
|Summer||2017||12/31/2016 **||Rolling Admission||05/18/2017||06/25/2017|
|NOTE: Students will leave the US on May 18 and arrive in France on May 19 for the start of the program.|
** Indicates rolling admission application process. Applicants will be immediately notified of acceptance into this program and be able to complete post-decision materials prior to the term's application deadline.
Indicates that deadline has passed
|Open to:||UB and other SUNY students||Language of Instruction:||English|
|Area of Study:||School of Engineering and Applied Sciences||Term:||Summer|
|Housing Options:||On Campus||Program Advisor:||Olga Crombie|
Engineering Study Abroad in Troyes
Troyes was the historic center of the Champagne region of France. The Aube region's vineyards produce a quarter of all Champagne wine, and the scenic local route 'La Route du Champagne' takes you through charming villages and beautiful countryside. The old city center is preserved in the medieval architecture, half-timbered houses and Champagne checkerboard façades of alternating dark-red and chalk bricks. Known locally as the 'Champagne Cork' because of its unusual shape, the old city center is a magnificent place to sit and enjoy fine summer weather at one of the many outdoor cafes.
At the other end of the architectural scale, the Université de Technologie de Troyes has one of the most modern facilities anywhere and its main academic building looks like it came from a sci-fi movie set. Troyes has many modern industries and is France's capital for both production and marketing of textile products, notably through its numerous factory shops concentrated on two sites on the outskirts of the city. World-famous brands of clothing such as Lacoste, Petit Bateau, Absorba and DD are produced in Troyes. Even Benetton, the renowned Italian company, has chosen to base part of its production in Troyes.
Undergraduate engineering students will earn a total of 6 credits upon successful completion of two courses:
EAS 207: Statics (3 credits)
Taught by UB Faculty Member. Application of mechanics to the study of static equilibrium of rigid and elastic bodies. Topics include composition and resolution of forces; moments and couples; equivalent force systems, free-body diagrams; equilibrium of particles and rigid bodies; forces in trusses and beams; friction forces; first and second moments of area; moments and product of inertia; methods of virtual work and total potential energy.
UGC 112: World Civilization II: Intro to European Union (3 credits)
Taught by UTT Faculty Member. European Union’s institutions and challenges, the building of a European model and culture, France’s role in Europe and in the world, French political and economic system, French technology, a taste of French culture (discovery of the Champagne region and industry), basic concepts in intercultural communication, “survival” French. This course has been approved to meet the Civilization and History or Humanities UB Area in the Global Pathway of the UB Curriculum.
Please read the Engineering Study Abroad in Troyes Summer 2016 Program Guide for more information and note that this will be updated and made available to students accepted to the program through the online application system.
All participants will be housed in residence halls on the University of Troyes campus.
Estimated costs for this program can be found at the top of this page next to Budget Sheets by clicking on Summer.
UB students are encouraged to apply for study abroad scholarships. To learn more about the scholarships available to UB students, please visit our scholarships page.
Applications are welcome from UB and other SUNY undergraduate engineering students who will have completed General Physics (PHY107) and College Calculus II (MTH142) by the end of their freshman year.
FOR MORE INFORMATION
Please contact the Faculty Program Director:
Dr. Joseph Mook