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Europe Infrastructure and Global Leadership

Dates: Spring Term 2023
(4 weeks on campus followed by 3 weeks of travel)
Application Deadline: 1 October 2022

Join us for an unforgettable experience as we tour ancient and modern civil engineering projects in some of the most beautiful and culturally rich locations in Europe. After once-per-week meetings winter semester and three weeks of classroom study and preparatory work spring term, we will spend three weeks visiting sites in Italy, France, and the Netherlands. Site visits will likely include the Roman Colosseum, the Vatican, the Roman Aqueducts, the Florence Duomo, the Leaning Tower of Pisa, the Eiffel Tower, the Versailles Palace, the Paris Metro, the TGV hi-speed rail system, Anne Frank house, various windmills, turbines, and water control structures in the Netherlands, various museums, and more! Students will be organized into teams to study the technical features and construction associated with these sites and learn how ancient and modern civil engineers and construction and facility managers use creative methods to design and construct infrastructure that benefits society and fuels advancements in civilization. The course will be focused on all disciplines of civil and construction engineering: structures, transportation, construction and facilities management, geotechnical, water resources, and environmental.

The course will include credit for two required civil and construction engineering courses: CCE 201—Sustainable Infrastructure and CCE 231—Global Leadership.

The course is open to Civil and Construction Engineering majors only.

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Grant Schultz
430 EB
(801) 422-6332


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Frequently Asked Questions
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Students will enroll in the following courses while on this program:

CE 498R—Europe Study Abroad Prep (2 credit hours), winter 2023
CE 498R—Europe Study Abroad (1 credit hour), spring 2023
CCE 201—Sustainable Infrastructure (2 credit hours), spring 2023
CCE 231—Global Leadership (3 credit hours), spring 2023

This will result in a total of 6 credit hours for spring. There will be special sections of CCE 201 and CCE 231 in the spring term associated with the Europe Study Abroad. Both courses are required as part of the Civil Engineering and Construction and Facilities Management majors.

Italian, French, and Dutch language skills are helpful but not required.

Students may not take any other courses on this program, including BYU Online courses, without approval by the program director and ISP.
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$5,300–5,800 (before scholarship)

Includes Latter-day Saint undergraduate tuition for 6.0 credit hours spring term, airfare and transportation, lodging, and international health insurance coverage.

Does not include personal expenses and most meals.

The cost of this program has been reduced by $500 as a result of the generous support of the Department of Civil and Construction Engineering. Additionally, the Weidman Center provides generous scholarships to each student in the amount of $1,320 to further reduce the cost of this study abroad program.
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Funding Sources

Regular BYU tuition scholarships, Pell Grants, and Federal Insured Student Loans may be applied to study abroad programs.

Students who submit the financial aid section of the ISP application and who have a current FAFSA form on file at the Financial Aid Office (A-41 ASB) will be considered for a Study Abroad scholarship.

Academic departments and colleges may assist with scholarships and grants.

Private grants and scholarships outside of BYU may also assist (see
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Students are required to take the following prerequisite courses prior to departure:

CCE 101—Introduction to Civil and Construction Engineering (1 credit hour)
CCE 170—Computer Methods (3 credit hours)

Part-time BYU students and non-BYU students will need to pay an additional tuition fee of approximately $300.

Students must meet all country- and program-specific COVID and health requirements for travel.
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We plan to stay in five different cities: Rome, Florence, Paris, Delft, and Amsterdam. We will use each city as a base to visit the various sites and neighboring cities. We will stay in hotels in each city.
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Flights, which are covered by the program cost, will be arranged by the program directors through a BYU Travel agent.

Students may not purchase their own flights.

BYU Travel
280 HRCB
(801) 422-6293
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Application Process

Students must be 18 years of age or older to participate.

Complete the online application here. A nonrefundable $35 application fee is required; applicants will be interviewed once the application is complete.

Students will be notified via e-mail of their acceptance into the program. The first payment is due upon acceptance; please refer to the Payment Information document.

Application Deadline: 1 October 2022
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Program Adjustments

International Study Programs (ISP) reserves the right to cancel this program, revise its offerings, or make any adjustments to the preliminary cost.

If it becomes necessary for ISP to cancel a program, all program payments made to BYU ISP will be refunded to the student’s BYU Financial account.

ISP is the only office authorized to cancel any of its programs.
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Grant Schultz
430 EB
(801) 422-6332

Michael Bown
430-I EB
(801) 422-8758
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Contact Us

International Study Programs
101 HRCB
(801) 422-3686
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ISP Student Handbook

To see the student handbook, click here.
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Payment Schedule

To see the payment schedule, click here.