Note: Application deadline is February 1, 2019 (This trip may fill to capacity, so apply early).
May 12-26, 2019
June 2-16, 2019
Spend three weeks in Prague and Vienna in the summer earning three credit hours of UT engineering credit!
• NE 427 UT Nuclear Research Reactor Laboratory Abroad
This course is a study-abroad course that consists of two weeks of international experience. First, we will travel to various sites of technical and cultural interest in the Czech Republic, then travel to the IAEA in Vienna and finally travel back to the Czech Technical University in Prague for a one week reactor physics course. The reactor laboratory will consist of experiments on reactor operation, flux measurement, measurements of reactor parameters, using pool type reactor.
This is a unique opportunity offered to rising senior UT nuclear engineering students. We will visit:
- Prague Castle and other cultural points of interest in Prague
- Belviedier Palace and St. Stevens Cathedral in Vienna
- The United Nations and IAEA in Vienna
- A Czech Republic uranium mine and/or yellow cake facility
- The Czech Republic nuclear reactors at Temelín
- The Czech Republic National Nuclear Research Laboratories
- And more!
Students will share double rooms in the Castle Residence Prague, an 18th-century wine estate with twenty-five acres of garden and easy access to the attractions of the Golden City of Prague. While in Vienna, we will stay at the Ibis Wien Messe Hotel, conveniently located in the center of Vienna, near the Prater.
Prereq – NE 401
Minimum GPA 2.0
Program Fee $2,340*
In State Tuition $978
Out of State Tuition $3,255
Study Abroad Fee $90
Engineering Course Fees $171
Estimated Travel Costs: $1,200
Etimated additional expenses Meals, Personal, Passport: $960
*Program Fee includes all accommodations, Prague and Vienna transportation passes, transportation between Prague and Vienna, and all program related excursions.
Don’t miss out on this excellent opportunity!