Exchange Programs


Program SponsorEISEE
Program NameESIEE-HMC Engineering Exchange
Program TypeExchange
LocationLocated in the middle of la Cité Descartes in Marne La Vallée, ESIEE Paris is accessible to various forms of transportation and to the Château de Champs-sur-Marne.
University Size1,200
Fields of StudyFrench language and culture; electrical engineering; computer science
AcademicsStudents take three engineering courses and one French language or culture course equaling 15–16 U.S. semester credits. For the computer science program, students take five courses, one of which is a required 2-credit management course. ESIEE is ranked among the top five engineering schools in France.
Program Eligibility3.0 GPA; French 44 (a 100 level French course is highly recommended); computer science program requires a minimum of French 11 (French 22 is recommended)
HousingStudents live in on-campus dorms or student apartments or with local host families.
TermsFall; spring (early Feb. to late June)
CommentsSee the Engineering Clinic Director for details.
Did You KnowESIEE is known as the first Engineering school to have students design and launch an artificial satellite, named SARA, in 1991. This project was part of extracurricular work done by a student club, ESIEESpace.


Program SponsorUniversity of South Australia (UniSA)
Program NameHMC-UniSA Exchange Program in Math
Program TypeExchange
LocationUniSA is the largest university in South Australia. Located in the charming city of Adelaide, UniSA has a small population of Americans, providing multiple opportunities to connect with Australian students.
University Size35,000
Fields of StudyArea studies; mathematics; computer science-mathematics
AcademicsStudents enroll in four classes totaling 15–16 units. Students take classes at any of the four campuses.
Program Eligibility3.0 GPA
HousingStudents live in student apartments.
TermsFall (mid July to late Nov.); spring (mid Feb. to mid June)
CommentsSee Math Clinic Director for details.
Did You KnowThe state of South Australia comprises less than 8 percent of the Australian population.