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Study Abroad Programs

It is highly recommended for physics majors to broaden their educational experience by taking some required courses in an approved university in a different country. Special programs such as the Transatlantic Science Exchange Program are also available to physics majors at Purdue University. Our students can also work as a teaching assistant in a state-of-the-art, nationally recognized, computer interfaced introductory laboratory, as an assistant in many internationally known research programs, or in national research laboratories including Fermi Lab and laboratories in Geneva, Switzerland, Andes Mountains, and Antarctica. Purdue Study Abroad

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