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21st Century European Transportation

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Program Type Departmental
Program Location Austria, Germany, and, United Kingdom
Course # SA 10505
Duration Summer
Upcoming Program Dates
Summer 2018 05/06/18 to 05/19/18

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Program Leader

Name Darcy Bullock

Program Description

Destination Cities: London, Bath, Salzburg, Munich, Hamburg

Dates: May 6 - May 19

This Spring 2018 Maymester class will provide students with active learning experiences to introduce them to various types of European transportation infrastructure and systems.  In the UK, students will visit major London airport construction projects and maneuver a boat through several locks on a canal day trip to Bath.  Salzburg visit includes salt mine and autonomous shuttle bus experiences.  Munich will provide opportunity for tours of the airport and BMW factory.  In Hamburg, tours of Airbus and Lufthansa facilities and the harbor are planned.  Extensive experience with public transportation systems, bike orientation tours and opportunitites for cultural experiences will be highlighted in each city.

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

Program fee is estimated at $2750 (*$1750 if you are eligible for the Purdue Moves Scholarship) which includes:  all housing, in-country transportation, excursions, approx. 16 meals, three credits, and international health insurance.  

 Additional expenses will be: Airfare (est. $1400), Passport, Visas (if necessary), some meals, and personal spending money. 

*Check for scholarship eligibility. 

Application Deadline

Attend the Call-out Meeting on November 7, 2017, from 6:00 - 7:00 p.m. in ARMS 2021 for additional information about the application process.

Application will be accepted on a rolling basis until the program reaches capacity. 20 spots are available.

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