Bachelor of Science in
Environmental Management and Technology (EVMT)
An integral element of the undergraduate experience is acquiring new insights and expanding horizons through exchange opportunities. Spending a study term abroad with an exchange partner allows you to live and learn in a foreign culture, and is a profound opportunity to study environmental issues from broader, global perspective and to build your own global network.
There are two types of exchange opportunities available for EVMT students:
- International Exchange Program administered by the Division of Environment (ENVR)
- Mainland UG Exchange Program jointly administered by the Global Student Programs Office (GSPO)
The International Exchange Program offered by the Division of Environment comprises of two types of quota:
School quotas from School of Engineering, School of Humanities and Social Science and School of Science
For a detailed list of exchange partners of each respective School, please visit the Schools' exchange websites:
The Interdisciplinary Programs Office and the Division of Environment have established student exchange programs with the following institutions:
The Mainland UG exchange program is jointly administered by the Global Student Programs Office and Interdisciplinary Programs Office.