AE Limerick Program

The AE Limerick Study Abroad Program:
Join us in Ireland: May 25 - July 30, 2020

The Daniel Guggenheim School of Aerospace Engineering has established a very successful and well-subscribed summer semester Study Abroad program with the Department of Mechanical, Aeronautical, and Biomedical Engineering at the University of Limerick in Ireland. It is designed for third and fourth-year students. All courses are designed and taught by AE faculty, so there is no problem getting credit for your work. Apply online at https://atlas.gatech.edu/

The application and a $500 deposit are due November 15, 2019.

For more information, contact Dr. Lakshmi Sankar.

Courses

Students enrolled in the Limerick program may select 12 or 13 credit-hours of courses from the following list

First Five Weeks:

  • AE 3030: Aerodynamics (4 hours)
  • AE 3330: Aerospace Vehicle Performance (3 hours)
  • AE 3340: Design System & Engineering Methods (2 hours)
  • AE 4362: Space Operations (3 hours)

Second Five Weeks:

  • AE 4532: Spacecraft Flight Dynamics (3 hours)
  • AE 4342: Spacecraft Design (3 hours)
  • AE 4803 (AE Option Elective: Combustion, 3 hours)
  • AE 4451: Jet and Rocket Propulsion (3 hours)

The following cost estimates do not include airfare:

  • Program Fee: $5750 (includes meals, apartment-style housing, and insurance)
  • $500 deposit, due November 15, 2019
  • $4128 - In-state tuition for 12 credit-hours.*
  • $250 - Tuition fee for out-of-state students for a total of approx $4378*
    * These estimates are based on Summer 2019 tuition rates
  • February 15, 2020: $2625; March 15, 2020: $2625
  • $651 - Student Fees See http://www.bursar.gatech.edu/
  • Check out the scholarships  (http://oie.gatech.edu/content/study-abroad-scholarships)!

For more information on fees and costs, contact the Georgia Tech Bursar.
For information on scholarships available for this program, contact the Office of International Education

About Limerick

Ireland's third largest city, Limerick combines urban amenities with an innate friendliness - a mix that guarantees an attractive and welcoming environment for student living. With a rich history that dates back to the 9th century, it quickly charms modern visitors with its riverside ambiance and eclectic attractions: from the 13th Century King John's Castle and the Treaty Stone to its charming old pubs, glossy shops, and boutique hotels. And for a timeless treat, there's always the Hunt Museum which houses more than 2,000 works of art, including pieces by Leonardo da Vinci, Renoir and Picasso.

Find out more about this program through the Office of International Education.