Study Abroad | College of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences | The University of Vermont(title)

There’s no telling where your career might take you, and studying abroad can give you an important perspective to add to the skills and knowledge you’ll gain at the College of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences.


Studying abroad helps students develop and hone skills that help them stand out to employers. These skills include intercultural communication, self-reliance, problem-solving, and foreign language fluency.

In collaboration with the Office of International Education (OIE) and the Office of Transfer Affairs, CEMS Student Services provides study abroad advising to all CEMS students. Each CEMS student who plans to study abroad is required to meet with CEMS Student Services as part of the study abroad approval process. In these meetings, Student Services staff discuss students’ individual goals and how they translate into a wide array of study abroad options, transferability of courses, and the impact of studying abroad on students’ progress toward degree.

If you are a CEMS student interested in studying abroad, plan to meet with Matt Manz in CEMS Student Services as a first-year (or as soon as possible) so you can plan your courses and begin to explore study abroad options.


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For more information on studying abroad contact Matt Manz in Student Services at