UT PGE is hosting its second-annual Croatia Maymester Engineering Program in the summer of 2017. The program, led by UT PGE associate professor David DiCarlo, takes place in the beautiful historic cities of Zagreb and Dubrovnik, Croatia from May 27 to June 26.
The program provides students with insights on international oil and gas operations and the ability to learn computer programming in order to solve complex energy problems, through PGE 310. Students will attend several excursions to explore geological sites across Croatia and a visit to gas storage facilities near Zagreb.
See highlights of the 2016 program.
2016 Croatia Study Abroad Students
More than 3,000 Longhorns study in 80 countries every year, and UT Austin ranks second in the nation for the most students studying abroad, according to the Institute of International Education’s latest annual report. The Cockrell School of Engineering has a dedicated international office offering 14 summer faculty-led programs and 16 university exchange programs to students.
With UT PGE’s alumni working and living abroad population representing 60 countries, it is important for petroleum engineering students to participate in an international educational opportunity during their time on the Forty Acres.
During the program, students will receive UT PGE faculty mentorship and the valuable opportunity to network with members of the oil and gas industry, while gaining international and cross-cultural communication skills.
The program is open to all engineering majors and students must be in good academic standing. Prerequisites are PHY 303K, PHY 103M, M408C and M408D. Students wishing to earn ME credit also need M427J and students wishing to earn ASE credit also need ASE 301. Prerequisites must be completed by May of 2017.
There is limited space for the Maymester 2017 program so please contact us if you are interested. To request authorization to apply, please send your UT EID to firstname.lastname@example.org.