About Aarhus School of Marine and Technical Engineering
Aarhus School of Marine and Technical Engineering (AAMS) has 1000 students and is situated on the habor front in a new building. AAMS has a buddy program and arranges social activities for international students. They also assist students in finding housing.
Aarhus is the second largest city of Denmark. It is a student city and it offers a wide range of cultural attractions and there are plenty of opportunities for doing sports in the woodlands or in the waters surrounding Aarhus.
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- Minimum 2.5 cumulative GPA
- Must have completed 12 UH credit hours
- Must have at least one semester remaining at UH upon return from abroad
- Must be a student of the UH College of Technology
How to Apply:
- Meet with Carlo Deason of the UH College of Technology to discuss program
- Review courses at AAMS
- Make an appointment with your academic advisor to determine course equivalencies
- Complete the UH required forms found on the Learning Abroad Timeline
- Complete an application to AAMS
Deadlines (subject to change):
- Spring application deadline: October 15th
- Fall application deadline: May 15th
Selected Applicants Agree To:
- Complete and submit the required paperwork to the UH Learning Abroad office as outlined in the Learning Abroad Timeline.
- Comply with all requirements, deadlines, and procedures of Learning Abroad.
- University of Houston tuition and fees
- UH Learning Abroad Exchange fee: $75
- Airfare to and from Aarhus
- Housing: Housing is not included. AAMS can assist with securing housing.
- Passport: With Passport for Coogs, you are able to apply for a passport in the Learning Abroad office.
- Local Transportation Costs: Varies
- Academic materials/textbooks, as required by your syllabi in Aarhus: Varies
- Meals: Varies
- Personal Expenses and Incidentals: Varies
Personal preferences affect the total cost of your program. Participants should plan for the trip and budget appropriately.
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