1 in 4 College of Engineering Class of 2016 graduates had an experience abroad while at Michigan. Check out Michigan Engineering students’ blogs from their travels.
Now it’s your turn!
Where could you see yourself? Gaining aeronautics research experience in South Africa? Learning EECS 301 during a summer in France? Taking courses for an entire semester as an exchange student in Hong Kong? You can apply meaningful skills learned in Ann Arbor anywhere in the world — and discover a whole new culture along the way.
The International Programs in Engineering Office makes the travel abroad process easy, and intercultural learning will last the rest of your life. In a field that is becoming more global, why not get your international experience started early?
The Engineering Global Leadership (EGL) specialization is a unique opportunity for students interested in integrating engineering into a global business environment. EGL students continue at U-M beyond the College of Engineering Honors Program to earn a Masters in an engineering discipline.