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Study Abroad Programs

St. Mary's Church
The Opera House
Osnabrueck, Germany
Biergarten
Christmas Market
Chocolate
Germany Map
Cafe am Markt
The Rathause and the Stadtwage
Marktplatz by day
University of Osnabrueck Administrative Building
University of Osnabrueck Library
Marktplatz by night
Osnabrueck, Germany
Osnabrueck, Germany
A stroll past the Weinkruger restaurant

Study Abroad Programs

The CS department has created multiple opportunities for students to continue their studies while experiencing the world from a different perspective. Although there are many study abroad options available to students at RIT, the Computer Science department programs are unique in that all participating students take computer science based coursework while abroad. We encourage you to explore both options that the department offers, and encourage all students to check out additional study abroad opportunities offered by RIT.

Dubrovnik, Croatia
The Computer science Department is currently offering a semester-long study abroad program in Dubrovnik, Croatia. Dubrovnik is the most southern city in Croatia and is the a prominent tourist destination on the Adriatic Sea along the Dalmatian Coast. Students attend RIT Croatia, and carry a minimum of 12 credit hours in both Computer Science and Liberal Arts.

The program kicks off every spring semester in January and runs through the end of May. This program is open to all computing students with appropriate course prerequisites.

Click here to learn more about this program.

Osnabrück, Germany
We also offer a semester study abroad program in Osnabrück, Germany (in affiliation with SUNY Oswego). Students attend the University of Osnabrück and carry a minimum of 12 credit hours per semester in the Cognitive Science Program and focus on Artificial Intelligence, Functional Programming, Neural Networks, and German Language and Culture.

This program kicks off in the beginning of April and runs through mid-July every year. This program is open to all computing students.

Click here to learn more about this program.