The School is committed to providing an international education to our students, welcoming full-time or part-time international students onto our undergraduate and postgraduate courses, and offering current students the opportunity to enhance their experience through international exchange programmes.
The School of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering has 18 bilateral agreements that offers Stage 3 and or Stage 4 students the opportunity (subject to approval) to study for one semester in 10 different European countries depending on the degree programme.Erasmus Programme Details
Some of our partner institutions you can study at:
Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Méchanique et d’Aérotechnique (France)
Chalmers University of Technology (Sweden)
Teschnische Universiteit Delft (The Netherlands)
Universitat Politécnica de Catalunya (Spain)
Universitá deglo studi di Roma ‘La Sapienza (Italy)
Rheinisch-Westfälische Teschnische Hochschule Aachen (Germany)
Opportunities to spend a semester at universities in Australia and Canada. Formal agreements exist with the universities of Newcastle (New South Wales, Australia), Queen’s University, Kingston (Ontario, Canada) and University of Alberta (Alberta, Canada). For further informationInternational Exchange programme details
8 to 12 week summer placements, with preference is given to full-time pre-final year undergraduate students from appropriate degree pathwaysIAESTE programme details
IAESTE is a student exchange organisation with over 80 member countries worldwide. It provides students from mainly science, engineering and technology disciplines with paid, course-related, technical training abroad and aims to promote international understanding and goodwill. IAESTE are available in industrial and commercial organisations, research institutes, local government bodies, state enterprises, consultancies, laboratories and academic institutions, covering a wide range of disciplines.
INTO China's exciting programmes gives students the opportunity to study Chinese language, as well as to learn more about Chinese culture, and to visit the main tourist attractions in ChinaINTO China programme details
For more information about Erasmus Outgoing Study Placements, Non-Erasmus University Exchange Study Placements, IASTE or INTO China contact the School’s Erasmus Programme Director, Mr Paul Hermon.
Mr Paul Hermon
Senior Lecturer (Education)
Programme Director - Product Design Engineering
Erasmus Programme Director
School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Queen's University Belfast,