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Cleveland, Ohio 44106
In a world that grows increasingly smaller, all engineers will have to work on an international level throughout their careers. Get a head start that will help in all of your endeavors and join a global program through the Division of Engineering Leadership and Professional Practice—the centralized office for international activity for the Case School of Engineering.
Currently, CSE faculty are researching, teaching classes, and participating in other global partnerships in 33 different countries on six continents. As events continue to change and engineering needs evolve, so do our global program offerings. Some current opportunities include:
Why go abroad?
Gain valuable experience – Expand your viewpoint and skillset through classes, tours, and activities at an international university.
Develop cultural awareness – Successfully compete in the international job market from experience working with international staff and students.
Enhance your personal skills – Students who have studied abroad become more independent and open-minded to solve problems.
Increase your professional network – Connect with students and staff to broaden your career possibilities.
Enrich your classroom education – Develop language and cultural competency to mesh with courses on international topics.
Looking for more global opportunities? Connect with other schools at CWRU for opportunities open to engineering students:
Global Engineering Education Exchange (E3) Program – The Global E3 Program offers opportunities for American engineering students to study in one of 17 countries overseas at participating institutions. Engineering and computer science students can take courses internationally for one semester or a full academic year while receiving course credit at their home institution. In addition, these students could acquire an internship after one semester of study abroad to complement their international experience. Click here for a complete list of participating countries and universities.