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Study/Work Abroad

The best thing to do if you are interested in studying abroad is to visit the Office of International Education’s Study Abroad website. Most BME students study abroad through Georgia Tech faculty-led and exchange programs, but students can study through other college and university programs as well. Humanities/social science courses, and introductory science and engineering courses are readily available in most of these programs, which make them attractive to students from many majors. A few programs, including two BME programs, offer courses targeted to appeal to specific majors.

Collaboration between the Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering and the University of Galway.

Open to BME undergraduate students to work at various laboratories in Japan for 10 weeks starting in mid-May.

Undergraduate academic program that develops global competence within the context of a student's major.



A vibrant community filled with diverse individuals who come together to form innovative and groundbreaking organizations.

Have you ever wanted to build something you designed yourself? We have all the tools and guidance to help you turn your vision into reality.

This space is for you: whiteboards to hash out ideas or collaborate, board games and Legos to take a break, old medical devices to spark your curiosity, and all kinds of seating for whatever you have in mind.



The tutors are all BME students. Drop by for an open office hour hosted by students, for students.

Make sure all program information is updated, including your major(s) as well as any minors or concentrations you're pursuing.