Clarkson University

Address



Contact person @partner

8 Clarkson Avenue
Potsdam, N.Y. 13699
USA

Christine Bailey
+013152686578
cbailey@clarkson.edu
Start and end of semesterWinter semester: End of August - December
Summer semester: Mid of January - May
ProgrammeNon-degree-programme (1 study semester) for Bachelor- and Master students
Study programme

Engineering and Management 
Electrical Engineering
Mechanical Engineering

Course descriptions

You can find the course descriptions here

Language of instructionEnglish
Language requirementsB2 English language certificate according to Europäischem Referenzrahmen
Further informationIncoming exchange students are required to live on-campus. They are housed in apartment style housing with other exchange and domestic students. 
Your application deadline @department
 
  • December 31st
    for the winter semester of the following year
  • May 31st
    for the summer semester of the following year

Our nomination deadline @partner
 

  • February 28th
    for the winter semester of the same year
  • July 31st
    for the summer semester of the following year
Your application deadline @partner 
 
  • April 30th
    for the winter semester of the same year
  • September 31st
    for the summer semester of the following year

More information

Studies

As a student of our faculty you can do a theoretical semester of study at Clarkson University:

  • Start of studies in spring term: Mid of January until end of May, in fall term end of August until December.
  • Course registration could be done on site
  • Recommendation for Bachelor students: enroll for not more than 6 courses per semester
  • English taught classes

Requirements

As a student of our faculty you can do a theoretical semester of study at Clarkson University.
The following requirements should be met, i.e.

  • You have already completed your basic studies (1st and 2nd semester) with 60 ECTS,
  • Your English language skills reach at least B2 level.
  • You are a registered student at the Mannheim University of Applied Sciences and
  • You have a good grade point average (i.e. 2.5 or better).