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Bioengineering

Bioengineering students typically study abroad in the fall or spring of their junior year through several of our exchange partners or the Clark in Madrid program.  Depending on your bioengineering track, some programs may be a better fit than others. Those in the Pre-Health track can generally choose any of the below programs.

You can view study abroad courses that have been evaluated previously by visiting our ILP Online Database

Popular Fall Programs for Bioengineering Students


Danish Technical University (Lyngby, Denmark)

Danish Technical University Exchange

  1. BIOE332: Transport Process Design
  2. Up to 2 BIOE Electives       
  3. Up to 2 BSCI/CHEM Electives     
  4. Breadth Elective
  5. ENGL393: Technical Writing

This program is best suited for those in the Biotechnology and Therapeutics Engineering track.


Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (Madrid, Spain)

Universidad Carlos III de Madrid Exchange or Clark in Madrid Program

  1. BIOE372: Biostatistics for Experimental Design and Data Analysis
  2. BIOE332: Transport Process Design
  3. BIOE420: Bioimaging
  4. Up to 2 BIOE Electives
  5. Breadth Elective
  6. ENGL393: Technical Writing
  7. General Education Course

This program is best suited for those in the Biomechanics & Biomaterials or the Biomedical Instrumentation track.


Nanyang Technological University (Singapore)

Nanyang Technological University Exchange

  1. BIOE453: Biomaterials
  2. Breadth Elective: ENME382/ENMA300
  3. BSCI Elective
  4. ENGL393: Technical Writing
  5. General Education Course (not I-series or DSSP)
    1. DSHU: Minds and Machines; Survey of New Media; Issues in Art History and Theory
    2. DSHS: Principles of Economics; Introduction to International Relations and Foreign Policy; Macroeconomic Principles; Introduction to International Relations and Foreign Policy
    3. DVUP: Introduction to International Relations and Foreign Policy

This program is best suited for those in the Biomechanics & Biomaterials track.


University of New South Wales (Sydney, Australia)

University of New South Wales Exchange or University of New South Wales Direct Enroll

  1. BIOE372: Biostatistics
  2. Breadth Elective
  3. BSCI Elective
  4. ENGL393: Technical Writing
  5. General Education Course (not I-series or DSSP)
    1. DSHU: Reading Through Time; Hollywood Film; Australian Legends; Creative Writing; Poetry and Poetics; American Literature; Australian Cinema; Women and Religion; World Religions
    2. DSHS: Researching Cultural Experience; Microeconomics 1; Macroeconomics 1; Aboriginal Sydney
    3. DVUP: Hollywood Film; Indigenous Australia; Terror and Religion; Aboriginal Sydney

Popular Spring Programs for Bioengineering Students


Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (Madrid, Spain)

Universidad Carlos III de Madrid Exchange or Clark in Madrid Program

  1. Core BIOE Studies
    1. BIOE 331: Biofluids
    2. BIOE 457: Biomedical Electronics & Instrumentation
  2. BIOE Selectives (up to 2 of the following):
    1. BIOE 420: Bioimaging
    2. BIOE 453: Biomaterials
  3. BIOE Electives (up to 3 of the following:)
    1. BIOE 411: Tissue Engineering
    2. BIOE 489B: Special Topics in Bioengineering –Numerical Methods in Bioengineering
    3. BIOE 489X: Special Topics in Bioengineering – Biological Systems and others
  4. Breadth Elective
  5. ENGL393: Technical Writing
  6. General Education Course (not I-series or DSSP)
    1. DSHU: European Cinema; History of Music
    2. DVUP: European Cinema

Lund University (Lund, Sweden)

Lund University Exchange

  1. BIOE Electives (up to 2 of the following:)
    1. BIOE 431: Fundamentals of Biosensor Techniques, Instrumentation, and Applications
    2. BIOE 432: Fundamentals of Biophotonics Imaging and Microscopy
  2. BSCI Elective
  3. Breadth Elective
  4. ENGL393: Technical Writing 

Danish Technical University (Lyngby, Denmark)

Danish Technical University Exchange

  1. BIOE Selectives
    1. BIOE 332: Transport Process Design
    2. BIOE453: Biomaterials
  2. BIOE Electives
    1. BIOE 432: Fundamentals of Biophotonics Imaging and Microscopy
  3. BSCI Elective
  4. ENGL393: Technical Writing
  5. Breadth Elective

Nanyang Technological University (Singapore)

Nanyang Technological University Exchange

  1. BIOE Selectives
    1. BIOE 420: Bioimaging
    2. BIOE 453: Biomaterials
  2. BIOE Elective
    1. BIOE432: Fundamentals of Biophotonics Imaging and Microscopy
  3. BSCI Elective
  4. Breadth Elective: CHEM 271/272
  5. ENGL393: Technical Writing
  6. General Education Course (not I-series or DSSP)
    1. DSHU: Minds and Machines; Singapore Literature and Culture I
    2. DSHS: Principles of Economics
    3. DVUP: Singapore Literature and Culture I

University of New South Wales (Sydney, Australia)

University of New South Wales Exchange or University of New South Wales Direct Enroll

  1. BIOE Selectives
    1. BIOE 332: Transport Process Design
  2. BIOE Elective
    1. BIOE 411: Tissue Engineering
  3. BSCI Elective
  4. Breadth Elective: BCHM 463
  5. ENGL393: Technical Writing
  6. General Education Course (not I-series or DSSP)
    1. DSHU: Forms of Writing; Media, Culture, and Everyday Life; Experiencing Theatre; Introducing Moral, Social, and Political Philosophy; Australian Literature; Modern India; Women and Religion; World Religions
    2. DSHS: Microeconomics 1; Macroeconomics 1
    3. DVUP: Indigenous Australia; Terror and Religion

Hong Kong Polytechnic University (Hong Kong)

Hong Kong Polytechnic University Exchange

  1. BIOE Selectives:
    1. BIOE 404: Biomechanics
    2. BIOE 420: Bioimaging
    3. BIOE 453: Biomaterials
  2. BIOE Elective
  3. Breadth Elective
  4. ENGL393: Technical Writing
  5. General Education Course (not I-series or DSSP)