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CU Engineers Around the World

Whether working in the corporate world or for a non-profit organization, collaborating on research, or experiencing educational opportunities abroad, CU engineers are making a difference around the globe.

The College of Engineering and Applied Science at CU-Boulder is committed to providing in-depth global leadership opportunities for students and faculty that will prepare them to compete in a global economy. A major component of both the college’s Engineering 2020 strategic plan and the broader CU-Boulder campus’s Flagship 2030 strategic plan, international programs and partnerships are rapidly growing and becoming an increasingly integral part of our education and research.

With a strategic focus on developing programs to advance engineering for a global society and expanding opportunities for integrated and discovery learning to develop a more global learning environment, CU Engineering is leading the campus efforts by establishing new study abroad programs, international research projects and dual-degree programs.

We invite you to explore this site and visit often to learn about current international programs and activities of interest to you!

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Student Quote

"I highly recommend pursuing an internship abroad. It will be an experience you will never forget."

-- Hannah Cassard,
CU student internship in Seville, Spain

International Partner

"Students today need to be prepared to work in this global world."

-- Jens Schiefele,
CU partner at Jeppesen in Frankfurt, Germany

>Learn more

International Ambassadors

Students: Join the new International Ambassador Program to help promote global engineering in the college and beyond!

The program is a unique and exciting opportunity for both international and U.S. students, providing a chance to share cultures and learn more about places far distant from Boulder. >Learn more

Important Announcements

CUEngineering:  A publication for alumni and friends. Read the 2016 edition of CUEngineering magazine here.

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