Program Details
Program Search
If you have questions about this program, email the program leader listed below.

21st Century European Transportation

The arrangements for the travel, housing, meals, excursions and course content of this program have been made by the leader. Questions about this program can only be answered by the program leader listed below.

Program Type Departmental
Program Location France, Germany, and, United Kingdom
Course # SA 10505
Duration Summer
Upcoming Program Dates
Summer 2016 05/08/16 to 05/21/16

United Kingdom Map

Program Leader

Name Darcy Bullock

Program Description

Destination Cities: London, Paris, Toulouse, Berlin and Munich

Dates: May 8 - May 21

This Spring 2016 Maymester class will provide students with active learning experiences to introduce them to various types of European transportation infrastructure and systems. Students will start the trip in London with a visit to the 2 Billion Euro Crossrail project and several cultural sites. They will then travel to Paris, Hamburg, Munich and Berlin for visits to the Airbus A380 final assembly line as well as commercial airports in those respective cities. An additional stop is planned for the historic Tempelhof airport used during the Berlin Airlift.

For more information contact Professor Darcy Bullock,

Academic Credit

3 credits available for CE497 , check with your academic adviser for how this credit can be used in your plan of study


Enrollment is limited to 20 students. Preference to upperclass students. Underclass students as space allows.

Program Cost

$2000 Estimated Program Fee include: Site visits, tours and technical activities, lodging and travel within Europe, London cultural excursions and most meals

Additional Expenses: $335 Study Abroad Fee & Insurance + $1400 International Air

Total Estimated Program Cost: $3735

 $1000 Purdue Moves Scholarship available to all eligible undergraduate students

Application Deadline

Application will be accepted on a rolling basis until the program reaches capacity. 16 spots are available.

Country map courtesy of The General Libraries, The University of Texas at Austin