Participate in Constructionarium

The Constructionarium program invites construction science college students from across the globe to the United Kingdom to gain hands-on experience in the British construction industry. Student groups plan, schedule, budget, and manage small-scale replicas of iconic infrastructure from around the world.

About the Program 

Since 2016, Texas A&M has been the only university in the United States to send full teams of students to complete a Constructionarium project. Students are met with hands-on construction projects that allow them to apply the knowledge they have in practical, safe, and relevant environments.

Areas of Emphasis

  • International construction contracting
  • Hands-on learning
  • Collaborative partnerships  

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Students will satisfy the following requirement during their trip: 

  • COSC 489 — Special Topics in International Construction | 3 credits

View the Texas A&M course catalog for information about each course. 

FAQ about Constructionarium

What are the eligibility requirements?
  • Open to construction science majors who are admitted into upper-level construction science courses at the time of departure 
  • 2.5 cumulative GPA at time of application and until program start
  • Good standing with Texas A&M University   
  • Must attend all program meetings
  • Professor approval
How do I enroll in a study abroad semester?

Start your study abroad journey in the education abroad portal.

Does this satisfy the School of Architecture’s semester away requirement?


How long is the program?

The project spans one week.

Will this delay my degree plan?

No. The program allows you to complete the same coursework offered at the Texas A&M campus. Because you’ll be earning credit during spring break, you’ll actually be getting ahead!

How much does it cost?

Learn about the trip’s costs and funding in the education abroad portal.

What will I do during my study abroad semester?

The program is centered on living in London and completing a construction project. You’ll collaborate with your peers and students from other schools to bring your building vision to fruition.

Are there COVID-19 traveling restrictions?

As of October 29, there are delays in passport processing due to COVID-19. Students should apply for their passports at least three months in advance to allow for adequate processing time. Students are required to be fully vaccinated to participate in the program.