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.
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)!
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.