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Tandon Exchange

We have agreements with specific STEM universities around the world to allow Tandon students to take their education to a global level in various places.


Tandon seeks to provide the best educational experiences for its undergraduate students, both in Brooklyn and beyond.

Students will work with their departmental advisors prior to departure to develop a course plan and determine which courses offered at various hosts institutions are applicable towards their degrees.

While many of the courses within participating schools are taught in English, some are not. Students are required to conduct their own personal research via the schools websites to find out if the courses they want to take are taught in English.

University Options

Exchange with Centrale Supélec (France)

Since its foundation in 1829, the École Centrale Paris has followed the same calling: training engineers capable of meeting the greatest challenges of their era. Centrale seeks to create “three-dimensional” engineers: engineers that are high-level scientific and technical generalists, experts in initiating and piloting innovative projects and with a strong international culture. Students who study at Centrale will have the opportunity to participate in any of their course offerings - some taught in English and others in French.

*All students who choose to apply must have completed Linear Algebra and Differential Equations.

Exchange with Korea University (Korea)

Korea University was the first modern and higher Korean education institution founded by a Korean civilization. Their educational objective is to teach and study academic theories and application methods based upon KU’s philosophical belief in democratic education, thus fostering the talent required for the development of Korea and all humanity. 

Exchange with Hochschule Bremen (Germany)

At the Hochshule Bremen City University of Applied Sciences (HSB), students have the opportunity to complete engineering coursework in Germany. Young, cosmopolitan, inspring - located in the heart of Bremen, HSB attracts almost 9,000 students from within Germany and 300 students from across the world. 

Welcome Guide
English Taugh Courses


Students interested in any of these semester abroad exchange programs must have completed their first year of study and maintain a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0.

Application Process

Interested students must complete the Exchange Site Application form and submit it to the Office of Undergraduate Academics. After this application is submitted, you must submit the following via email to the office at

  • Personal Statement: Explain your reasons for wanting to study abroad and why you selected your site of interest. How will this experience enhance your engineering education? 500 word limit.
  • Resume
  • Transcript

Please send an email to with and questions or concerns. Please put "Tandon Exchange" as the subject line. Incomplete applications will not be accepted.


Fall Semester: March 1st
Spring Semester: October 1st


Tandon Office of Undergraduate Academics
5 MetroTech Center, LC230
Brooklyn, NY 11201

Centrale Supélec, France
Mrs. Florence Mayo-Quennette -

Korea University, South Korea
Ms. Minjeong Lee -

HSB Bremen, Germany
Ms. Sabine Ganter -