International Ambassador Program

You are here

The International Ambassador Program is a unique and exciting opportunity for both international and U.S. students. It provides a chance for students to share cultures and learn about life in places far distant from Boulder. The goal of the program is to promote global engineering while creating lasting relationships among engineers from different backgrounds.

Ambassador Qualifications

International Ambassadors must:

  • be enrolled as a CU Engineering student;
  • have a GPA of 2.500 or above; and
  • be interested in global engineering, a member of EWB, EDC, IEP (International Engineering Program), or involved with Study Abroad.

Ambassador Activities

  • Promote global engineering within the college and beyond
  • Assist new undergraduate and graduate engineering international students with registration, housing, moving, etc.
  • Go out to eat with international students
  • Give tours of the Engineering Center to international visitors
  • Participate on student panels to talk about international experiences
  • Create international events for all students in the college
  • Give presentations on CEAS for international students at New Student Orientation
  • Coordinate engineering activities in the college for International Education Week each November
  • Attend International Student Coffee Hour on Fridays from 4-5 p.m. at the UMC

Enjoy Perks

 As an ambassador, you'll receive a CU International Ambassador shirt and fleece. You'll also gain knowledge about international cultures, Study Abroad and other international programs that will help make you an expert in the college!

Learn More

For more information about becoming an Engineering International Ambassador, contact Karey Sabol, Director of International Programs, at or 303-492-9571.

Important Announcements

CUEngineering A publication for alumni and friends. Read the 2015 edition of CUEngineering magazine here.

Engineering Recognition Ceremony to be held at 9am at Macky Auditorium, Friday December 18, 2015


University of Colorado Boulder
© Regents of the University of Colorado
PrivacyLegal & Trademarks
College of Engineering & Applied Science
Contact Us