Programs by Major: Computer Science + Traditional


AUCKLAND: University of Auckland

Traditional | Auckland, New Zealand

Study Abroad Coordinator: Katherine Pruess (k.pruess@neu.edu)

This program, on the north island of New Zealand, allows students to live and study in a cosmopolitan city with picturesque harbors, mountains, lakes, parks, and beaches just a short distance from the university. Students spend either the summer/fall or the spring/summer terms at the University of Auckland. The courses are offered mostly in the Arts & Sciences, but there are a variety of disciplines from which to choose. Students will also have access to all campus resources, including e-mail, campus activities, library facilities, and sports clubs.

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BELFAST: Queen’s University Belfast

Traditional | Belfast, Northern Ireland

Study Abroad Coordinator: Katherine Pruess (k.pruess@neu.edu)

When you come to Queen's you'll be getting involved in one of the most exciting universities in the UK - as well as one of the biggest. With 23,000 students and 3,500 staff, the University is the size of a small town and supports a rich and diverse community. This means that the student experience encompasses much more than studying. You will discover many social, cultural, and sporting activities to integrate with the academic aspects of student life. NU study abroad students attend classes with British, Irish, and international students.


BUDAPEST: Aquincum Institute of Technology

Traditional | Budapest, Hungary

Study Abroad Coordinator: Mike Miller (m.miller@neu.edu)

Fostering student creativity has been a hallmark of mathematics and science education in Hungary for over a century; John von Neumann, to whom we owe the principles of stored-program digital computers, Andy Grove, longtime leader of Intel, and Charles Simonyi, father of Microsoft Office, all got their start in the schools of Budapest. American students now have the opportunity to experience this tradition through a study-abroad program offered by the Aquincum Institute of Technology (AIT), Budapest. AIT offers a unique English language study abroad experience for U.S. computer science and computer engineering majors. The program is built on four pillars:

An array of theoretical and practical computer science and engineering courses taught by international leaders in these fields
Novel courses on design and entrepreneurship in a global environment taught by European pioneers such as Dr. Ern


CARDIFF: Cardiff University

Traditional | Wales, Wales

Study Abroad Coordinator: Lane Marder (l.marder@neu.edu)

Cardiff University's academic system is modular which means you will be able to choose classes from several different subjects. You will be able to build your own programme to suit your interests and match it with the degree in Northeastern. The full list of courses that you can choose from can be found in the online module catalogue. This can be found online at: www.cardiff.ac.uk/studyabroad. At Cardiff University, you will be fully integrated into the classroom experience, studying alongside British, European and other International students.


EDINBURGH: University of Edinburgh

Traditional | Edinburgh, Scotland

Study Abroad Coordinator: Lane Marder (l.marder@neu.edu)

The University of Edinburgh offers students the opportunity to study in one of Europe's most charming capital cities. Its dramatic site and cultural vigor helps Edinburgh regularly top the polls as Britain's best place to live. Students will attend regular University courses with Scottish and visiting international students.


GENEVA: Webster University

Traditional | Geneva, Switzerland

Study Abroad Coordinator: Mike Miller (m.miller@neu.edu)


HONG KONG: City University of Hong Kong

Traditional | Hong Kong, China

Study Abroad Coordinator: Mike Miller (m.miller@neu.edu)

Spend the fall or spring semester studying at one of the top universities in Asia, located in the dynamic city-state of Hong Kong. City University of Hong Kong is a rapidly growing institution with 20,000 students and more than 3,000 faculty and staff spanning the fields of business management, liberal arts and social sciences, science and engineering, creative media, energy and the environment, and law.


HONG KONG: The University of Hong Kong (HKU) (Closed – Spring 2016)

Traditional | Hong Kong, China

Study Abroad Coordinator: Mike Miller (m.miller@neu.edu)

Founded in 1911, the University of Hong Kong is the oldest tertiary institution in Hong Kong. Over the past century, HKU has evolved from a minor institution in a colonial outpost into one of the best universities in Asia and one of the top universities in the world, located in a global financial center. Like the city in which it is rooted, HKU has achieved great things by being many things- not solely East or West, British or Chinese, but all of these together.

HKU has a supportive learning environment, with a library opened seven days a week and wireless internet access throughout the main campus. Students at HKU are able to enjoy a well-rounded campus life. We have fitness centres, swimming pools, computer centres, health clinic and dental services, canteens (dining halls) serving various cuisines, and numerous student societies and interest clubs.


Istanbul: Istanbul Technical University

Traditional | Istanbul, Turkey

Study Abroad Coordinator: Emily Ferraro (e.ferraro@neu.edu)


LIMERICK: University of Limerick

Traditional | Limerick, Ireland

Study Abroad Coordinator: Katherine Pruess (k.pruess@neu.edu)

The Study Abroad Programme at the University of Limerick provides students from around the world with an opportunity to take classes on a variety of topics.  UL was named 'University of the Year 2015' in the Sunday Times Good University Guide and has been ranked among the top universities for international students.

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MELBOURNE: Monash University

Traditional | Melbourne, Australia

Study Abroad Coordinator: Katherine Pruess (k.pruess@neu.edu)

This program offers students an opportunity to live and study in Boston's sister city of Melbourne. Students may spend either the summer/fall or spring/summer terms at Monash University, located approximately 1 hour from downtown Melbourne. Courses are offered in a variety of Arts & Sciences disciplines, and the library and computer centers contain some of the newest technology available. Students may also take advantage of the numerous campus activities such as sports and social clubs, professional theater, and the city life in downtown Melbourne.


MELBOURNE: Swinburne University of Technology

Traditional | Melbourne, Australia

Study Abroad Coordinator: Katherine Pruess (k.pruess@neu.edu)

This program is ideal for any student from any major interested in studying abroad in the large metropolitan city of Melbourne, Australia.

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Contact a Study Abroad Ambassador or alum of this program for more information!
- Lyda Sallaway, Swinburne Spring 2013; lydasallaway@gmail.com

 


SYDNEY: University of Sydney

Traditional | Sydney, Australia

Study Abroad Coordinator: Katherine Pruess (k.pruess@neu.edu)

This program allows students to live and study in one of the most multicultural and dynamic regions of the world. Students spend either the summer/fall or the spring/summer terms at the University of Sydney, the oldest university in Australia. Students are encouraged to take courses with an Australian and Southeast Asian focus, and will have access to all campus resources, including e-mail, campus activities, library facilities, and sports clubs. Optional trips are offered through the International Student Services Unit (ISSU) to Canberra, the Blue Mountains, and other exotic regions.

Want more information? Check out the University of Sydney's Study Abroad Guide.


WARSAW: CIEE

Traditional | Warsaw, Poland

Study Abroad Coordinator: Mike Miller (m.miller@neu.edu)

The program is intended for students who have an interest in Poland and Central Europe, as well as political, social, and/or economic transformation from a state controlled to a democratic market-based system.

Established in 1989, the program provides a broad-based academic program combined with an in-country cultural experience. The program offers students Polish language instruction and a series of specially designed courses in such fields as Central European politics, literature, history, and economics, as well as the option to enroll in Warsaw School of Economics (WSE) courses taught in English or Polish. The goals of the Central European Studies program are to help students gain a greater understanding of Central Europe, with specific emphasis on the Polish perspective and experience, while learning more about business practices and economics in Poland and the European Union through courses at the Warsaw School of Economics.