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New Brunswick/Piscataway Undergraduate Catalog 2005-2007 School of Engineering General Information Academic Programs Study Abroad  

Study Abroad

Students in all engineering majors may arrange individualized programs through the Rutgers Study Abroad Office, which coordinates extensive programs in several countries. Academic advising is provided by the associate dean for academic affairs. In recent years, School of Engineering students have studied in the United Kingdom at the University of Bristol, City University of London, and University College London, and in Australia at the University of Melbourne.


 
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