Introduction to Engineering and Problem Solving (E 101)
The Engineering Summer Program is six weeks long. Engineering students take E 101: Introduction to Engineering and Problem Solving, an intensive 3-week course with an NC State faculty, and choose one additional 6-week long GEP course. Students experience Czech culture through an excursion to Český Krumlov, in addition to field trips as part of E 101 and local cultural events.
Application Deadline: November 30, 2022
*Engineering students will be notified of a decision prior to the spring semester.View Brochure
IMPORTANT: Scholarship Application Deadline, November 15, 2022. You can submit a scholarship application before finalizing your program application. Learn more here.
Studying in Prague gave me a more global perspective on engineering practices.
Aarushi Vashisht, Engineering Summer 2019
Program Dates: May 15 – June 24, 2023
|May 15||Arrival Day|
|May 16||Mandatory On-site Orientation|
|May 17||Classes Start|
|May 19-21||Český Krumlov Excursion|
|June 24||Departure Day|
Summer Program Highlights
Tailored Field Trips
As part of the E 101 course, students visit various sites in Prague and around Prague, such as the old wastewater treatment plant, mines, the Skoda car factory, and more.
Explore the Czech Republic
The program includes a two-night excursion to Český Krumlov, a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Students enroll in at least 5 credit hours from the course options below. Each course will be offered contingent upon meeting minimum enrollment.
Past Prague Summer Students:
Sep 30, 2019
Meet Jenny Ngo
Program and Location: Summer, NC State Prague: Classic Summer; Prague, Czech Republic Major/Minor: Psychology/Linguistics Why did you choose to study abroad? I never really knew what studying abroad meant until I came to NC State, and I decided as a […]